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A redesign is expected in 2019 as a 2020 model.
Mercedes-Benz unveiled a freshened version of the GLA entry-level crossover on the eve of the 2017 Detroit auto show.
The mid-size Mercedes-Benz pickup has a name and itís the X class.
Look for this midsize sedan to be the next Acura model to pick up the new corporate face when a freshened version bows in the first half of 2017.
Expect a redesigned RDX to bow later this year or early 2018, most likely as a 2019 model.
New features in the 5 series include active cruise control that uses radar to adapt to stop-and-go traffic as standard equipment, active lane-keeping and traffic-jam assist that work semiautonomously and operate at speeds up to 130 mph, and side collision avoidance that works at speeds between 40 and 130 mph.
The 2018 Chevrolet Equinox will be shorter and lighter than the model it replaces and will be the first compact crossover offered in the U.S. with a diesel engine.
The second generation of Chevyís large crossover is scheduled to go into production by mid-2017. Chevrolet is giving its largest crossover, the 2018 Traverse, a more trucklike appearance and feel, while improving handling and fuel economy by dropping 362 pounds.
Within a year of the Rangerís return in 2019, Ford plans an SUV on the same platform. The Bronco name will be used for the first time since 1996.
Ford is eager to give GM a run for its money in the midsize pickup segment.
GM is set to begin production of the next generation of its popular compact crossovers in early 2017.
Hondaís fifth-generation minivan gets a redesign to debut in Spring 2017 as a 2018 model.
Big changes are in store for Hondaís next-generation CR-V.
Look for a midcycle freshening in 2020, but without significant powertrain changes.
Kiaís long-awaited five-door luxury hatchback, based on the GT concept, broke cover at the 2017 Detroit auto show and goes on sale in late 2017 as a 2018 model.
The original Lexus luxury flagship sedan has been redesigned in 2017 as a 2018 model.
The second-generation, freshly redesigned CX-5 compact crossover features three engine choices: 2.0-liter and 2.5-liter Skyactiv gas engines and a 2.2-liter Skyactiv diesel engine.
One of the oldest surviving Mitsubishi models in the U.S., the Lancer will be discontinued in August 2017. A replacement isnít expected as Mitsubishi focuses on crossovers and PHEVs.
Subaruís new three-row crossover ó which will replace the Tribeca ó will go on sale in 2018 and be produced in Indiana.
Toyota is giving its eighth-generation Camry bolder styling, better handling, upscale interior materials and sportier driving dynamics.
The new C-HR crossover, for ďcoupe high-rider,Ē will be available in January in Europe and Spring 2017 in the U.S.; after the production model was revealed in Geneva earlier this year in March.
Infiniti has freshened the Q50 for 2016, offering three new engine options and interior and exterior cosmetic changes.
A redesigned Versa Note hatchback will follow the Versa in 2019.
The next sedan (Rolls-Royce wonít confirm whether it will retain the Phantom name) will arrive in 2018 and feature more modern styling without losing the stately presence of the Phantom.