(THE CAR CONNECTION) — Chevy updated the 2023 Blazer mid-size SUV, Volkswagen revealed the production version of the ID.Buzz electric successor to the legendary Microbus, and we revisited the Lincoln Navigator and other 2022 models. We took a look at everything that’s changed for Genesis for 2022, as well as the Stellantis brands in the U.S., including Jeep, Ram, Chrysler, and Dodge.
The refreshed 2023 Blazer is a solid mid-size SUV with good infotainment and better steering and handling than its competitors. It warrants a TCC Rating of 6.5 out of 10.
With a TCC Rating of 7.5 out of 10, the Navigator remains one of our highest-rated luxury SUVs.
The 2022 Toyota C-HR demands to be noticed, but its performance leaves us on “read.” We give it a TCC Rating of 5.5 out of 10.
Thus far only a single-motor, small-battery, short-wheelbase model has been shown for the European market, while larger, more powerful North American versions will debut next year.
Riding a gas platform, the five-seat small crossover is an appealing EV, but it lacks the space and energy efficiency of other EVs.
The redesigned three-row SUV gets luxury touches its predecessor lacked.
The new GV70 crossover highlights the 2022 Genesis lineup, and it’s a winner that has garnered many awards.
Wagoneers, plug-in hybrids and a new five-seat Grand Cherokee make the highlights reel for Jeep in 2022.
As Stellantis shifts to electrification, Alfa Romeo headlines the changes with the new Tonale small crossover.
A short circuit in the heater of BMWs equipped with the N52 inline-6 can increase the risk of a fire.