The Los Angeles Auto Show ‘17 was swarming with Crossover SUVs. The Crossover market is booming yet again and all major manufacturers are introducing their contenders to win the hearts of the outdoor lovers. We have scooped up the latest crossovers, so you don’t miss out. Click here.
KIA Sorento ‘19:
The 2019 KIA Sorento has some notable changes including elimination of the turbocharged 2.0L inline-four from the engine lineup, refreshed styling and standard third-row seating throughout the model line. The new Sorento comes with a naturally aspirated 2.4L inline-four engine, while an optional 3.3L V6 with eight-speed transmission is also offered. The design is refreshed with new front and rear fascias, upgraded grille and revamped front and rear lights.
Kia Niro PHEV ‘18:
This new addition to the Kia Niro crossover family is a PHEV, Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle. The Plug-In Niro can go up to 34 pure-electric miles, it uses a 1.6L four-cylinder engine which gives it a total range of up to 560 miles.
Lexus RX 350L/450hL ‘18:
This stylish new RX is revamped with an addition of standard third-row seats adding extra length to the crossover, seating up to 7 passengers at a time. The RX comes in two variants the 350L and the hybrid 450hL.
Hyundai Kona ‘18:
Hyundai has finally jumped in on the booming market of crossovers. The Hyundai Kona is debuted with vibrant colors. It features a HUD (Head Up Display) and has a 5-star ANCAP safety rating. The Kona is offered in variants of 1.6L T-GDi and 2.0L MPi engines.
Infiniti QX50 ‘19:
This new QX50 has done it. It now falls in line (with respect to dimensions) with all other crossovers. The Infinity QX50 is debuting the world’s first variable compression ratio engine. It also features Infiniti’s ProPilot Assist.
Nissan Kicks ‘18:
Nissan Kicks is replacing Juke; the crossover with a distinctive personality and striking performance. Needless to say, the Kicks has big shoes to fill. The Nissan Kicks is styled in a more modern and conventional way as compared to the kinky looks of the Juke. This subcompact SUV is designed to have significantly more boot space and legroom than the Juke.
Volkswagen Tiguan R-Line ‘18:
Volkswagen just added incitement to the deal on the sophisticated Tiguan with an R-Line Package. The R-Line package features sporty front with larger intakes and lots of gloss black trims. The R-Line has a collection of badges adorning the steering wheel, infotainment’s start screen, and SS doorsill plates.
Future Toyota Adventure Concept dubbed FT-AC is the stylish, aggressive and outdoors-ready concept car that we want to see hitting the production line. The crossover features LED marker lamps at the front and rear of the roof rack, removable infrared cameras embedded in the side-mirrors, removable fog lights to be repurposed as flashlights and a retractable integrated bike rack. This is the dream crossover of the outdoor man.