For example, a 2016 Honda CR-V EX adds a host of upgrades to the standard equipment found in the lower trim levels including: automatic headlights, LED daytime running lights, a sunroof, fog lights, keyless entry and ignition, a power driver seat, heated front seats, LaneWatch (a blind spot monitoring system with a camera to show your passenger-side blind spot), a touchscreen with HondaLink, and a rearview camera.
Despite sporting only a marginally-better combined economy (26 mpg over 24 mpg) than an entry-level conventional model, the T8 eAWD offers up to 4 mpg more in the city. As always, the Swedish brand sets an example when it comes to safety equipment. Even the entry-level XC60 hybrid is offered with a number of active electronic safety systems, but in order to fully immerse oneself into what this crossover is, you’d have to order an optional package or two. That’s the price of having the best hybrid SUV 2019 is bringing to the market. Well, one of the best hybrid SUVs anyway.
The Tesla Model X will likely remain one of the best electric SUVs on the market regardless of what the company decides to do with it. With a combined 532 horsepower and 713 lb-ft of torque, it’ll also remain one of the most powerful offerings in the SUV segment as a whole as well. Especially in short bursts where it needs only 3.3 seconds in order to get 60 mph from a standstill.
The Toyota 1MZ-FE engine started with a lot of promise. It was used in a wide range of vehicles from the 1990s through the mid-2000s, and even had a supercharger kit available from Toyota Racing Development. The aluminum block contained steel sleeves and was topped with a variable valve timing head (VVT) that showed it had a lot of potential. In 1996, the engine even made Ward’s top-10 best engines list.