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2013 Jeep Patriot Compact Crossover SUV

2013 Jeep Patriot compact SUV

Patriot provides an optional four-wheel-drive (4WD) device with low range gearing plus an off-road package dubbed Freedom Drive II which adds a skid plate, tow hooks and all-terrain tires (Goodyear Wrangler GTA 215/65R17 OWL) to make this particular CUV a surprisingly capable rock-crawling and mud-romping trail runner. Read More »

2013 Dodge Journey Mid-Size Crossover SUV

2012 Dodge Journey

Dodge builds the Journey for the Class of 2013 with front-wheel-drive (FWD) traction or optional all-wheel-drive (AWD) with four-cylinder and V6 engine choices in five different trim versions -- the price-leader Journey AVP (America Value Package), base issue Journey SE, upscale Journey SXT, Journey Crew and sport-tuned Journey R/T (the initials signify "Road and Track" in recognition of Dodge's muscle car heritage). Read More »

Buick Enclave Luxury Mid-Size SUV


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2012 Nissan Juke Compact Crossover SUV

2012 Nissan Juke

Stretching more than 13 feet long and decorated with a bulbous face featuring round rally-style headlamps and curvaceous fender blisters capped by frog-eye amber running lights, Nissan's streamlined little wagon has the elevated stance and cargo capacity of a small-scale SUV with four flank doors for passengers and a liftgate at the tail for accessing the rear cargo bay. Read More »

2012 GMC Terrain Compact Crossover SUV

2012 GMC Terrain Compact Corssover SUV

All of the engine's power goes to turn the front wheels which also steer this vehicle. Having the front wheels both turn and steer -- when combined with the stiff unitized structure and lively suspension -- makes Terrain uncommonly agile, but that's the big idea behind GM's design for the easy-driving Crossover SUV. Stretching more than 15 feet long and six feet wide, this slippery wagon rides on a stretched platform and stocks a economy-minded four-cylinder engine or powerful V6. Read More »