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Picking the 2014 Motor Trend Sport Utility of the Year! - Wide Open Throttle Ep 85
On this special episode of Wide Open Throttle, Edward Loh and the Motor Trend gang come to you from the 2014 Motor Trend Sport Utility of the Year competition in the hills of Central California. Which new or significantly updated SUV will take home the crown? Watch the team discuss each vehicle to determine this year's winner! Read more here: rester/ Wide Open Throttle appears every Thursday on the Motor Trend channel. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! Facebook - Twitter - Google+ - Website -

2015 Compact SUV Comparison - Kelley Blue Book
For the second year in a row our annual small SUV comparison test took us from Southern California to the greater Phoenix area for some Cactus League baseball. Six editors logged more than 100 miles in each of the six test vehicles, and our collective findings and insights are captured in this video. For the complete story, please visit: rison-test/2000012032/ *Our comparison tests are different from most in that we keep the focus on comparison, not competition. We don't pick winners and losers because the right choice for one buyer is the wrong choice for another. Our goal here is not to tell you which car to buy, but to make it easier for you to decide which is best for you. Kelley Blue Book is your source for new car reviews, features, auto show coverage, and infotainment reviews. Subscribe to catch all the latest Kelley Blue Book videos.

2018 Volvo XC60 vs Range Rover Velar - Interior and Drive Performance
2018 Volvo XC60 Interior/Exterior/ Test Drive The XC60 will compete against the likes of the Audi Q5, BMW X3, Jaguar F-Pace, Mercedes GLC, and Porsche Macan. And, at the very least, it's got the premium good looks to go toe-to-toe with its rivals. "The XC60 is an SUV not designed to look down on others but to drive," said Thomas Ingenlath, Senior Vice President, Design at Volvo Car Group. Powertrain options will mirror those of the larger XC90, starting with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder, a turbo- and-supercharged 2.0-liter T6, and a plug-in-hybrid T8 at the top of the XC60 range. Those 400 horsepower will be enough to push the all-wheel-drive crossover to 62 miles per hour in just 5.3 seconds. That's impressively quick. But this is a Volvo, and that means there's a lot more to talk about than performance. Yes, Volvo still stands for safety, but these days the brand is just as well known for its sumptuously Scandinavian interior design. The brand's vertically oriented Sensus infotainment system sits front and center, and the HVAC vents share a similar elongated look. A crystal shifter sits between the two front seats, flanked by lovely open-pore wood trim. 2018 Range Rover Velar - By Land Rover - Interior/Exterior/ Test Drive This is Range Rover's crossover, the Velar. As you might remember from the teaser we showed you earlier, it's named after the first 26 prototypes of the first Range Rover model, launched in 1970 and one of the first SUVs. The word "velar" is derived from the Latin for sail, or veiled. The new model makes its formal debut at the Geneva Show and goes on sale this summer priced between $50,895 and $90,295. You might think that this seems like a mightily expensive, gussied-up F-Pace, which shares the same aluminum-rich underpinnings and starts at $42,985. Land Rover's marketing wonks, however, claim Velar fits precisely into a $23,850-wide price gap between the $42,795 Evoque and the $66,645 Range Rover Sport. Velar is a lower, longer vehicle than its bigger and smaller Range Rover sisters. It's 189.1 inches long and 74.9 inches wide on a 113.1-inch wheelbase into which are fitted five seats and 34.4 cubic feet of luggage space ending in a top-hinged hatchback. At 65.6 inches high, it's the lowest vehicle in the Range Rover range, some 9.6 inches lower than a full-sized Range Rover. Rear seats split 40/20/40 percent and there's the possibility of a full-sized spare wheel under the false trunk floor.