Lincoln has unveiled its 2021 Corsair Grand Touring plug-in hybrid SUV that will provide a 266-horsepower powertrain in a compact luxury package.
Chevrolet has revived its Trailblazer nameplate for a 2021-model-year small crossover that will retail for under $20,000, which will be cheaper, and longer, than the Trax subcompact SUV.
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The 2000 Civic was the most frequently stolen vehicle in 2018 with 5,290 thefts nationwide, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
Mercedes-Benz will offer its 2020 EQC battery-electric crossover as the brand's first fully electric vehicle in the U.S. starting in early 2020 with a starting retail price of $68,895.
Mazda's 2020 CX-30 SUV will arrive with engine power that's comparable to the base model of the larger CX-5 compact SUV (186 horsepower).
Toyota is adding the more powerful and efficient RAV4 Prime to its 2021 lineup as a plug-in hybrid that delivers more than 300 horsepower.
Kia Motors unveiled its 2021 Seltos entry-level SUV that will slot just below the Sportage as the latest entry in a growing segment of more fuel efficient entry crossovers.
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