Kia’s best-selling Sorento SUV has been freshened for the 2019 model year, touting a number of visual and feature enhancements, inside and out. Aside from new front and rear fascias, which help it achieve a more sophisticated appearance, the cabin is now decidedly more upscale and integrates newly-added technology,
With the choice of two engines, front or all-wheel drive and five different trims, this 3-row, 7-passenger midsize SUV should be many folks shopping list.
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The 2019 Genesis G70 is the 2019 North American Car of the Year and has received numerous additional accolades and awards.
The G70 is a compelling entry in the sport sedan segment and a worthy competitor to the established European entries.
You can read a bit more right here on this new sport sedan.
In its 2012 debut, CX-5 helped introduce the world to Mazda’s KODO-Soul of Motion design ethos and SKYACTIV Technology. Since then, CX-5 has seen continuous improvements, including an all-new redesign in 2017. Now for 2019, it takes its next key step with a high-quality interior befitting a new top-tier Signature trim level, the refinement of the powertrain lineup with the addition of the turbocharged SKYACTIV-2.5T engine and an enhanced focus on the chassis featuring the latest technologies with G-Vectoring Control Plus.
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The 2019 MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 (PHEV) is MINI’s first hybrid. The drive train concept is the same as used in the BMW i8, except it’s reversed. It’s got a gasoline engine driving the front wheels and an electric motor driving the rear. On the road only one of the two power units is used when the car is moving, while the other one can be additionally used at any time to optimize traction, ride stability and agility.
The 2019 MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 (PHEV) is priced at $36,900 and has a 12 mile all-electric range. That may not sound like much. However, in a big city you actually don’t drive many miles to get around,
Read more on what is probably the first of many electrified MINIs right here.
The QX80 was refreshed in 2018. It’s very similar to its cousin the Nissan Armada but of course with more premium features. Both are based on the Nissan Titan pickup and are body-on-frame architecture. The 2019 QX80 is offered in Luxe (two-wheel drive), Luxe AWD and a new Limited AWD model. New for the 2019 model year, Luxe models add standard Forward Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection and Predictive Forward Collision Warning.
Prices start at $65,100 plus a $1,295 destination charge.
You can get more information on the QX80 right here.
Mercedes offers the E-class in body styles to suit everyone. Along with the sedan and wagon there’s also a coupe and a convertible. The present generation of E-class was introduced in 2016 loaded with numerous technical innovations.
For 2019, new E 450 model designation for the E-Class Sedan, Coupe, Cabriolet and Wagon receive a more powerful engine, and replace the previous E 400 models. The E 450 and E 450 4MATIC models are now equipped with an upgraded 362-horsepower 3.0-liter V6 biturbo engine.
The 2019 E 450 4MATIC sedan went on sale in the U.S. in fall 2018 priced at $59,950.
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Kia’s entry in the compact car market is the Forte which has been updated for 2019. It’s entirely new. Kia made it longer, wider and a bit taller.
It’s got some design cues from the Stinger and has a 5-passenger interior layout that’s clean and very user friendly.
Read a bit more on this new Forte which makes a great choice for the first-time car buyer or a new, teen driver.
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