Tesla’s second most popular vehicle most likely won’t be due for a substantial makeover in the near future. It won’t remain unchanged throughout three years since its inception either. Just like the Model S, the California-based manufacturer’s crossover, too, is set for numerous software updates, battery pack revisions, and even a few possible body panel changes. Tesla has conducted similar revisions on their bread and butter Model S as well.
Consumers eventually started a class action lawsuit because of the engine sludge and overheating issues. The engineers didn’t take into account their consumer wasn’t going to keep to a strict plan of oil changes, and that mistake cost the engine its place on the best list and sent it to the worst list.
With the average price of a new car closing in on the $40,000 mark, used cars are making sense for more and more people. Honda used cars are among the hottest selling units in North America for many reasons. The primary reason that so many people want to buy a used Honda is that all Honda products are well built and have earned a reputation for long-term reliability. Then there is the matter of tech, safety, and comfort options available from the automaker. Rounding out the list is the excellent ride quality and engaging driving experience offered by many Honda used cars.
As is usually the case, the top spot within the XC60 range is reserved for a hybrid model. The T8 eAWD starts from just under $53,000 and offers as much as 400 horsepower and 472 lb-ft of torque. Power comes courtesy of its 2.0L turbocharged and supercharged 4-cylinder engine and an 87-horsepower electric motor.