2020 Lincoln Aviator
SUVs are seemingly all anybody needs to listen to about nowadays, and Lincoln has had the car-shopping public’s ear because it began revamping its luxurious SUV lineup up to now couple of years. Even so, it’s nonetheless shocking when, say, the 2020 Lincoln Aviator — predictably well-liked as it could be with Automobiles.com guests — handily outpaces an icon of the automotive world, the Chevrolet Corvette, within the realm of reports readership. And but, right here we’re.
Associated: 2020 Lincoln Aviator: All the pieces You Have to Know
Our quick-hit rundown of the issues we like (and issues we predict might use some consideration from the automaker) concerning the all-new three-row SUV from Ford’s reenergized luxurious model, the Aviator, had a first-class seat on a flight straight to the highest of our most learn information articles of the week. In the event you haven’t checked it out but — the place have you ever been? — we contact on powertrain prowess, driving pleasure, inside luxurious, tech and security options, gas economic system, pricing, experience really feel, third-row consolation and rather more in an easy-to-digest breakdown of our skilled evaluate by Automobiles.com’s Aaron Bragman.
2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible
Whereas the Aviator could also be having fun with its view from the highest, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette — the deliriously anticipated, first-ever mid-engine model of the civilian supercar — really discovered its approach into this week’s prime 5 twice. The primary is in our preview story heralding the Vette’s look on the 2019 Orange Worldwide County Auto Present — the O.C. exhibit could possibly be thought of a kind of smooth opening to auto-show season, which formally kicks off in Los Angeles in November — coming in at No. 2; the second is our protection of Chevy’s announcement that the 2020 Corvette would get a convertible model with a retractable hardtop, one other milestone for the mannequin, at No. four.
2020 Ford Escape SE
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Rounding out the highest 5 had been a security recall alert at No. three involving roughly 9,400 model-year 2020 Ford Escape SUVs for a defect affecting seatback energy that would trigger insufficient occupant restraint in a crash, and our complete report on what modified between the 2019 and 2020 mannequin years on the Nissan Armada SUV — together with our official suggestion on which mannequin 12 months you can purchase — taking fifth place.
Past that, there’s Tesla information, pickup truck information, gas economic system information and rather more — so don’t cease until you hit double digits. Listed here are the highest 10 information tales Automobiles.com readers couldn’t get sufficient of up to now week:
1. 2020 Lincoln Aviator: 9 Issues We Like and four Issues We Don’t
2. 2019 Orange County Auto Present: 2020 Corvette and four Extra Issues You Can’t Miss
three. 2020 Ford Escape: Recall Alert
four. 2020 Corvette Convertible, Anybody? The Reply Is Straightforward, However the Prime Is Onerous
5. 2020 Nissan Armada: What’s Modified
6. The Week in Tesla Information: V10 Replace Pops, Enhanced Summon Reveals Up, Mannequin S Cop Automotive Calls Off Chase
7. All of the Pickup Truck Information: 2020 Nissan Titan in Texas, Ford Takes Towing Title, Chevy and Ram Black Out and Extra
eight. 2019-2020 Nissan Rogue: All the pieces You Have to Know
9. Actual-World Gasoline Economic system: 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Is an MPG Overachiever
10. 2020 Nissan Titan Video: A Surprisingly Thorough Refresh
2020 Nissan Titan
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