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Ford Transit Van:
The Transit’s base price is higher than some rivals, but when pitted against the rest of the field of full-size vans, the Ford still rises to the top of the segment. The Transit’s handling is surprisingly adept for a vehicle it’s size and the cabin unexpectedly quiet. Three engine choices are available ranging from a small four-cylinder diesel to a muscular twin-turbo V-6. Whatever the job requirements or family needs, the Transit is up to it.
Ford Transit cargo van T-150 that comes with a generous selection of standard features is our pick of the range. This van rides on 16-inch steel wheels, and it comes with exterior features such as power-adjustable sideview mirrors and a split swing-out rear door for easy cargo access. A four-way adjustable driver’s seat and a manually adjustable tilt-and-telescoping steering column are on hand to help you get comfy behind the wheel. The list of standard equipment includes amenities such as Bluetooth connectivity, dual USB ports, and air conditioning. Additionally, all 2021 Ford Transit vans come with driver-assistance features such as lane-keeping assistance and lane-departure warning. We’d include the optional blind-spot monitoring for safer lane changes.
Ford’s Transit is offered with three powertrains. The base engine is a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V-6 that provides 275 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. There’s also a turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 available that generates 310 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. The third powerplant in the lineup is a turbocharged 2.0-liter diesel four-cylinder. All engines are paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission, and buyers can choose between rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The Transit is capable of towing up to 7500 pounds. The 2020 Transit could accommodate a payload of up to 4530 pounds but we expect that number to rise for 2021 thanks to a larger GVWR. The Mercedes Sprinter offers more robust payload capabilities.
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Jeep Wrangler 2020:
The Jeep Wrangler is what the Jeep brand is all about—with roots that date back to the original World War II–era military vehicle—and its off-road capability borders on amazing. While it looks much like the first-generation Jeep that was created to support our troops, it has evolved into a one-of-kind four-wheel-drive vehicle, with tech and luxury to match its off-road chops. It offers everything from air conditioning to leather. Two mild-hybrid engines are available; a stretched, four-door version called the Wrangler Unlimited is also available. No matter what version you get, you can still remove the doors and roof, fold down the windshield, and enjoy motoring through the great outdoors.
Jeep has added several trim packages, an optional diesel engine, and revised the gas-engine lineup. Two-door Wranglers are available in base Sport, Sport S, and Rubicon versions. The four-door Wrangler Unlimited lineup includes those three models plus a Sahara trim. The 3.6-liter V-6 is standard across the board and can now be had with mild-hybrid e Torque assist in the Sahara. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder is optional in most models and can be supplemented with e Torque assist in the Sahara. Three new optional packages report for duty: the Wrangler Willys Edition adds a limited-slip rear differential, aggressive rock rails and fat 32-inch mud-terrain tires for more off-road capability. A Wrangler Freedom Edition pays homage to U.S. military members with special interior and exterior touches. The Wrangler Black and Tan package is not inspired by the Guinness-based libation of the same name but is a trim package that includes a tan soft top and black exterior badging. Most important is the expected mid-year arrival of a 3.0-liter V-6 EcoDiesel that’s expected to deliver 260 hp and 442 lb-ft of rock-crawling torque; it will be available only in Unlimited models.
It’s not the most spacious or accommodating SUV available, but the Wrangler JL provides a seamless blend of vintage and modern Jeep character. A commanding view of the road—or trail—makes for easy maneuverability, but the view rearward is obscured by thick roof pillars, roll bars, and various grab handles. Seated close to the upright windshield, the driver and front-seat passenger face a narrow, squared-off dashboard punctuated by round air vents and chunky switchgear for the climate-control system, power windows (if equipped), and infotainment.
As an errand runner, the Wrangler offers enough room for groceries and gear, but be aware that its rear seats don’t fold flush with the floor. As you might expect, there’s a significant cargo-hauling trade-off for going with the classic two-door Wrangler versus the larger Unlimited four-door model. Fitting just two of our carry-on cases behind the two-door’s back seat—versus 10 for the four-door—means packing light if you’re adventuring with friends.
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BMW 440i is available as the turbocharged four-cylinder 430i or turbo-six 440i in two-door coupe, convertible, and four-door Gran Coupe forms. With the two-door coupes there is a choice of either a manual transmission (not dead yet) or an automatic, while all body styles offer a choice of rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The subject of this test was a 440i two-door coupe with the eight-speed automatic and rear-drive, in a pretty Estoril Blue Metallic. It came with the $2000 Premium package (heated front seats, navigation, larger instrument-cluster display) and the $2550 M Sport bundle (18-inch M star-spoke wheels, sport seats, Aluminum Dark Carbon interior trim, M sport suspension, M steering wheel, aero kit, dark exterior trim, and anthracite headliner). With $550 for the paint and $1450 for black leather with blue contrast stitching, our test car totaled $56,245.
The interior sees small updates as well. New gloss-black trim adorns the center console, the dash has contrasting double stitching, and, with navigation, the infotainment system has a new interface with configurable tiles. The facelift also brought a grippier steering wheel, three new leather color options, and the aforementioned carbon-look trim.
Although the cabin is nicely designed, it’s a fairly staid aesthetic, and the materials in which it’s rendered leave us cold. BMW’s usual texturized-rubber surfaces are used throughout, but they’ve been around so long that they make the cabin feel somewhat dated.
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Land Rover Range Rover Velar:
The Velar offers potent engine options and surefooted handling, making it enjoyable to drive. It’s sleek and stylish outside, as well as spacious and well-trimmed inside. It’s quite capable too. The Velar has a sophisticated all-wheel-drive system with genuine off-road capability, and it can tow a hefty 5,500 pounds when properly equipped. Not bad for an SUV with high-fashion good looks.
It’s the details that hold this Range Rover back. The Velar’s ride depends on wheel size (stick with the 19-inch variants), and it varies from smooth to stiff. Also, its dual-screen infotainment system is quite distracting. All in all, give the Velar – and its pair of touch screens – a thorough test drive before you buy.
Land Rover launched the Velar as an all-new SUV for the 2018 model year, and there have been a few important updates since. The 2019 Velar gained support for the popular Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration apps. The 2020 Velar is now available with a high-performance V8 engine, but the formerly available turbodiesel has been discontinued.
You’ll want to stick with a 2019-and-newer Velar if Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are must-have items. If you want that turbodiesel engine, opt for a 2018 or 2019 model.
Some of the Velar’s closest competition comes from within the Jaguar-Land Rover family, such as the Jaguar F-Pace. The F-Pace is built on the same platform as the Velar, and it’s available with similar engine options. Both SUVs also seat five and offer similar cargo space. The Velar stands out thanks to its ritzier cabin materials and smoother ride. However, the standard F-Pace costs a few thousand dollars less than the Velar, and its infotainment system is a bit easier to use. Test-drive both of these British SUVs to see which you prefer.
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2020 Volkswagen Tiguan:
The Tiguan almost moved up a class size with the second-gen redesign that arrived in 2018, one which grew 10.6 inches in length and added available third-row seating. It’s the smaller of three Volkswagen SUVs, positioned below the larger and more expensive Atlas Cross Sport and three-row Atlas. Although it’s on the larger end of the segment, the Tiguan primarily competes with compact SUVs including the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Subaru Forester.
The handsomely designed Tiguan now features basic active safety tech as standard and boasts that classic German solidity at highway speeds, but it’s hard for us to recommend this one. The third row—standard on FWD models and available on AWD models—is the biggest difference that helps it stand out in the segment. Although the VW might benefit the large family (with dimensionally small children) who can’t bear the thought of a Dodge Journey in the driveway, those extra seats are useless for all but the smallest of passengers.
The SUV also feels disconnected and underwhelming to drive. Far from the tall Volkswagen Golf GTI you might hope for, it feels like the front end and the back end aren’t communicating with each other and there’s plenty of understeer. The suspension feels refined and composed on smooth surfaces, but the car jitters and jostles over broken pavement.
Handling might not be high on your priority list for a compact SUV, but we found the Tiguan’s dynamics are flawed enough to make iron-stomached passengers feel uneasy. Plus, the sole engine choice is barely up to the tasks of passing and acceleration with just a driver present, let alone a cabin full of passengers and cargo.