For the 2020 model year, there are more than 45 all-new and redesigned SUVs, cars and trucks. We’ve had the chance to drive nearly all of them. Here are our 10 favorites.
2020 Kia Telluride
The Kia Telluride is a spacious, luxurious 3-row SUV that blends the practicality and safety features families need with the convenience and connectivity amenities the whole group wants. And, as KBB explains, “This big new Kia SUV proved to be all-day comfortable, with a supremely quiet ride that gobbled up the miles with graceful ease.”
2020 Chevrolet Corvette
The all-new Chevrolet Corvette is guaranteed to turn heads — and not just because of the car’s stunning looks. With a mid-engine layout for the first time, this supercar rival is powered by a 490-horsepower V-8 engine that propels the ‘Vette from 0 to 60 in less than three seconds. What’s most impressive though, may be its sub-$60,000 starting price.
2020 Jeep Gladiator
KBB’s Expert Review nicely sums up what we like about Jeep’s new truck: “On the road the Gladiator feels surprisingly untruck-like, offering a solid daily driving experience. The Gladiator boasts dual-purpose credentials; it’s a fun off-road vehicle that can do a lot of work-truck heavy lifting. Best of both worlds? It just might be.”
2020 Hyundai Palisade
Hyundai’s HYMTF, +0.30% 3-row midsize SUV is refined and comfortable, with features like a one-touch sliding second row and a power-operated third row that make the Palisade’s interior especially versatile. In addition, this SUV is imbued with Hyundai’s strong sense of value; an array of convenience and advanced safety features come standard.
2020 Toyota GR Supra
With styling that pays tribute to vintage Toyotas, and a fully modern track-ready powertrain and suspension, the all-new Toyota TM, +1.08% GR Supra gives a nod to its legacy while carving out its own place in the sports coupe world.
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2020 Subaru Outback
The refined, upscale Subaru Outback, which is all-new for 2020, has the safety, practicality and convenience for daily chores, but its readiness for the outdoors could make any weekend an adventure.
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2020 Kia Soul
The Kia Soul packs a ton of features and value into its stylish, spacious-for-its-size hatchback layout. It comes with standard pleasantries like Apple AAPL, +2.83% CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity and a 7-inch touch screen, and is available with upscale options that you can get without blowing your budget.
2020 Ford Explorer
The storied SUV from Ford F, +0.00% returns on an all-new rear-wheel drive platform for 2020. It might look similar to the previous Explorer, but the new model offers more space, new engine options including a hybrid, and a hot new ST model.
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2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE
The newest generation of the Mercedes-Benz GLE arrives with high-tech innovations including an intelligent suspension that makes the SUV more comfortable on the road while improving handling, an intuitive connectivity system with crystal-clear graphics, and an extensive list of advanced safety features.
2020 Lincoln Corsair
Lincoln is revamping its SUV lineup, and the Corsair is one of the most important additions to the company’s portfolio. This compact luxury SUV, the replacement for the MKC, puts high-tech features inside a spacious, plush interior.
This story originally ran on KBB.com.