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  1. 2020 Kia Niro Hybrid launched in Korea this March. With battery and electric could this SUV? crossover? hatchback? be the most practical SUV we can find today? Let’s check what has changed inside & out and test drive it. 2020 Kia Niro Hybrid 4,355x1,805x1,545x2,700mm 171.5x71.1x60.8x106.3 in. 1.6gdi Hybrid Total: 141hp 1.6 Gdi - 105hp @ 5,700 | 32kw electric motor - 43.5hp 6 speed DCT Competition: Hyundai Ioniq, Toyota Prius https://youtu.be/EqR5UNprPAo
  2. Whether Suzuki also will launch the S-Cross to Indonesia or not? There has been no official confirmation, but the car's successor SX-4 has wowed visitors to Indonesia International Motor Show, which is the country's largest auto show in September, 2014. However, the fact that the S-Cross also has a presence in Malaysia will certainly make public Indonesia more waiting for the presence of this crossover. This is are some picture of S-Cross at The IIMS 2014 source article
  3. I am about to buy my first new car. I've owned 3 used cars in the past (only one bought from a dealer). I live in Alaska so all wheel drive is a must. I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions for me for the most fuel efficient buy that will fit these options. AWD sedan, SUV or crossover under $30,000 >30 combined MPG The most promising one I've come across so far is the Subaru XV Crosstrek. Thank you!
  4. Hi, Im a recent graduate who found his first job and is happily living life as a member of society. My scion tC has lived its life to the fullest, I loved it while I had it, but it has to go. It has 140k miles on it and I feel I'm due for a new car. After constant struggle between this and that, black or white blah blah blah, I came to the conclusion that I wanted a compact-SUV or a crossover as they are referred to sometimes. I have been doing research for about a month using kbb, NADA, youtube reviews, edmunds and consumer reports. Note, I am not rich and I am looking for a car in the 25,000 range give or take. I would highly prefer a manual transmission, however im flexible. My lifestyle: I commute to work and sometimes on the weekend I like to go to Mexico ( I live in San Diego). This means I need the car to be able to handle Mexican roads (they're not bad, but they have their rough patches). I really like camping and rock-climbing, however I've never gotten into it (outdoorsy things) due to lack of time and money. I do have my own climbing gear now that I have a job, and hopefully soon I'll be stacking up on camping gear, if I like my first couple of trips. I am possibly purchasing my car in January or February. This is no easy task and thats why I'm starting my research early, I want to make the best decision and have no buyer's remorse. My original List with the reason for dropping: - Honda CRV - Do not like the design, feels like a mom's car. Boring overall - Mazda CX-5 - Same as above, mom car. However I am aware this one has one of the best features packaged into it. - Jeep Patriot - Possible contender, however after I learned about the renegade, I decided to drop this one out. - Jeep Renegade - Finalist - Kia Soul - Finalist - Mini Countryman - Finalist - Subaru Forester - Design is mediocre (mom-ish looking car). Interior feels outdated - Nissan Juke - I dont like the design at all - Toyota Rav4 - doesnt seem like anything special, nothing really caught my attention. So my finalist are the Mini Countryman (I am still debating whether to get the S or the base). the renegade and the kia soul (this being my cheaper alternative if whatever goes wrong with my credit). Things that I am really looking for are (IN ORDER): - Reliability - MPG - Modern features (Bluetooth, maybe iOS/Android compatibility) - Coolness, Radicalness and Awesomeness - Fun/enjoyable/comfortable to ride. (I'd like to road trip on this) - Cost-to-own. I have been researching these 3 cars intensely, however (like everything) people give them great and terrible ratings and reviews. So I am kind of at a confusing crossroad. I would appreciate your opinions on these 3 cars, or if you have a really strong argument for any of the previously listed (even something not listed that I overlooked) please advise. NOTE: I am an engineer, so keep that in mind when giving your opinion, as much as I welcome points of view, I'd rather have them with something to back them up.
  5. I don't know what it is but i'm really liking the new styling from Lexus. Especially in the new NX Crossover: http://www.wheelsonedge.com/Article/72/Theres-A-First-For-Everything--2015-Lexus-NX What do you think?
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