For a while now, carmakers have switched their focus from sedans to crossovers to meet the ever-growing consumer demand. Every year, a number of new models hit the market. Here are our top picks in the segment:
Despite being one of the least expensive models in its class, the 2021 Acura RDX offers more features than its peers. Expect a comfortable ride in a spacious cabin trimmed in high-quality materials. The well-rounded small luxury SUV is especially fun to drive when you equip it with an AWD.
Ford Bronco Sport
The Bronco Sport comes in five trims with increasing levels of toughness and is a perfect companion for people with active lifestyles. With the Badlands trim, you get 8.8-inches of ground clearance, 23.6-inch water fording depth, an upgraded suspension system, and more. Drivers of the Sport can also choose between four drive modes – Normal, Sport, Slippery, and Sand.
The two-row Corsair that debuted in 2020 comes with handsome styling, deluxe features, and a host of safety tech. Inside, the materials are plush, the lines are clean and the layout is comfortably inviting.
One of the first vehicles in the lineup to adopt the “Kodo” design language, the CX-5 boasts beautifully sculpted bodywork and interiors. This fully-loaded crossover is both athletic and refined, with engaging driving dynamics. The available turbo-four engine pairs with a highly proficient automatic transmission to up fuel efficiency.
You’ll love the 2021 revamp of this daily commuter and weekend warrior for more than its reliability. The modern design, 2.5-liter inline-four cylinder engine, host of safety tech, and refined ride quality are agreeably a plus, among other things.