Top 10 New Crossover Cars with Updated Looks, Prices and Specifications in 2019

  • Published on:  Wednesday, December 12, 2018
  • Love it or hate it but crossover SUVs are the best selling vehicles on today’s market. Their secret lies within similar running costs as those of sedans, hatchbacks or wagons, but at the same time they clearly bring in enhanced practicality and comfort to the table. In today’s episode we will dive into the lineup of the all new crossovers that will be arriving to the dealerships in 2019. Spoiler alert, some of your favorites were redesigned, plus never existed models are on their way!

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    2020 Kia Soul EV:

    Representing a new generation for Kia’s all-electric compact SUV, the 2020 model comes fully redesigned, featuring a more powerful motor, a bigger battery and a standard DC charger. 2020 Kia Soul EV is set to arrive at dealerships in early March 2019.

    Range Rover Evoque:

    In the 2019 model year, the Range Rover Evoque from Land Rover enters its seconds generation in two body styles, a 5-door and a convertible, offering more luxury, comfort and off-road readiness that many competitors.

    2020 Renault Arcana:

    2020 Renault Arcana is the brand’s first coupe SUV that will be offered worldwide but will come in different market specific modifications. The automobile will be built on B0+ platform and will be assembled in Russia.

    Audi Q3:

    Being introduced in 2011 the Q3 was a rather aging product in the Audi’s lineup, so the 2019 marked introduction of the all-new second generation.

    Porsche Macan:

    Though you might not be able to distinguish the new Porsche Macan from the old one, it is a better crossover nonetheless, featuring retuned chassis, more advanced tech and optimized performance.

    Chevrolet Blazer:

    You are probably familiar with the Chevrolet Blazer as a full size SUV that was discontinued in 2005, this year, however, the nameplate returns in the form of a mid-size crossover that will land between the Equinox and Traverse in the company’s lineup.

    Lexus UX:

    Until the announcement of the UX, Lexus lineup was missing the subcompact crossover SUV model that is so popular among the younger generation of buyers. The all-new arrival shares the platform with Toyota C-HR.

    Cadillac XT4:

    General Motors were probably planning to kill off sedans across their lineups for quite some time now, so the arrival of a compact crossover SUV XT4 is far from surprising.

    Toyota Rav 4:

    Rav 4 is the best-selling crossover on today’s market, so the arrival of the all-new model was widely anticipated. The updated front fascia has wider headlights and massive grille, which add aggression and reinvent the rather timid look of a predecessor.

    Subaru Forester:

    The new Subaru Forester is built on the updated architecture from the company, that allowed to extend the wheelbase, plus the new engine ensures more power and torque.