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 this week. 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.
Here's the mix of news and reviews that moved us this week.
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.