Compact crossovers are the most popular vehicles in today's automobile market, so it's no surprise that the Japanese producer is paying unique attention to the 2021 Nissan X-Trail redesign. The small crossover is about to feature significant changes, as the company wishes to keep its excellent position on the market. This is one of the top-rated crossovers in Europe, and that is for a factor. Nevertheless, it is time for changes, as the existing model is beginning to lag behind competitors in some elements, especially in regards to handling, driving dynamics, and overall driving experiences.
The 2021 Ford Escape comes to the marketplace after the current comprehensive remodeling, and Ford doesn't have much room for improvement. Still, Ford promised to broaden the currently broad model lineup, and the plug-in hybrid version should participate in the late 2020 model year or for the 2021 variation. Ford must likewise include new color alternatives for the next season, and there sound even be a new appearance bundle or special edition variation.
In spite of the current upgrade, the Swedish carmaker will introduce a new, 3rd generation of its flagship crossover in less than two years. More than likely, the new model will come as the 2021 Volvo XC90, and it will feature some quite major updates and upgrades over the present model. Besides normal redesign changes in regards to styling, interior design, and similar things, Volvo will present loads of new technologies also.
Mitsubishi's next-generation mid-sized SUV has been snapped throughout testing, exposing its more aggressive face and larger body for the very first time.
As we already composed, the makeover of the Lexus GX 7-seater SUV is debuting as 2020 YM. However, what is next for the mid-size high-end model? Toyota could replace it, given that it seems like they don't wish to develop a new generation and update the vehicle. The 2021 Lexus GX might be the last edition of the SUV we understand.