The 2023 model will be rolled out from automakers to dealers in earnest, but supply is still constrained despite automakers preparing the latest models with the latest technology. This week we’ve spanned both model years and finally got the updated 2022 Chevrolet Silverado (not the Carryover 2022 Silverado LTD), with the very necessary refreshes inside and the latest 2023 Toyota and Lexus models. I covered it.
This week, recalls, new car prices and other new car news also passed the transom. This is another thing we have surfaced this week.
Full-size pickup trucks run the full range of full-size rigs, from Turbo 4 to Diesel 6, V-8, Off-Road ZR2 to luxury high country, to a TCC rating of 6.2 out of 10.
The redesigned Range Rover Sport adds an electric powertrain and sophisticated styling to match the larger Range Rover and earn a high TCC rating of 7.8 out of 10.
With excellent fuel economy, excellent standard features, and a Lexus-like fit and finish, the Venza has a TCC rating of 7.2 out of 10. The new product in 2023 is better technology and a new nightshade edition.
The new engine has less horsepower than the old reliable V-6, but has more torque but lower emissions.
The 2023 Honda Odyssey will get a new blacked out sports trim and two years or 24,000 miles of free regular maintenance.
The compact crossover comes with factory-supported suspension upgrades to make things more comfortable and functional when things get messy.
Small and medium-sized crossovers have won the highest award for their more stringent crash test regimens.
Corroded brake boosters can cause the Mercedes-Benz SUV for the 2006-2012 model year.
The tape and zip tie remedies Sonatas used to fix fuel leaks in 2013 and 2014 are not working and their owners will get a new fuel supply line.
2022 Chevrolet Silverado, 2023 Toyota Venza tops this week’s new car review
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