https://autoweek.com - The GMC Sierra Denali pickup is the slightly hoity-toitier version of the Chevy Silverado, and for 2019 it’s new. The Denali gets adaptive ride control and the most powerful V8 in the class (a 420-hp 6.2-liter V8). It also has 3 extra inches of legroom over the previous model.
https://autoweek.com - Chevrolet's Tahoe is the quintessential full-size SUV, and the Suburban's slightly shorter brother: body-on-frame, three rows of seats, big V8 engine and luxurious spread-out space up front. Our tester is the Tahoe Premier, which in this case has four-wheel drive, brawny 420-hp 6.2-liter engine and all the premium bells and whistles Chevy can throw at it; think GMC Denali but with a Bowtie badge.
https://autoweek.com - The all-new XT4 is the smallest Cadillac crossover or SUV model, and with a starting price of $35,790 it sets its sights on other small premium and luxury offerings from Germany and Japan. Boasting tech aimed at efficiency and comfort, the 2019 XT4 joins three other SUVs and crossovers in the brand's lineup, seeking to set itself apart with memorable design details and plenty of standard equipment across the board.
https://www.caranddriver.com - While still short of full luxury accommodations, the Envision benefits from an improved powertrain and mild cosmetic tweaks.
https://www.motortrend.com - Yup, I’ve already been in the latest cop car. As the old joke goes, I was in the front seat–not the back.
https://www.youtube.com - The Blazer nameplate is revived for the 2019 model year. Can the new Blazer live up to the name and tough SUV you remember? Under the skin you will find a GMC Acadia or Cadillac XT5 but in the outside you have a pumped-up Camaro.
https://carbuzz.com - We take to Norwegian roads in the first production all-electric Mercedes.
https://driving.ca - The exodus of minivan buyers is all but complete. GM and Ford stopped building minivans so long ago, it’s hard to remember what the Venture or Windstar looked like.
https://www.cars.com - Chevrolet has built the SUV-obsessed 21st century’s answer to the traditional family sports sedan.
https://www.foxnews.com - Ford did it with the Explorer. Nissan did it with Pathfinder. Honda did it with the Passport. Is even a big deal that Chevrolet transplanted the Blazer name from a truck onto a crossover? Based on the robust sales of all of the above, probably not. Especially considering that the last-generation Blazer went out of production in 2005. Likely disappointing only those holding out hope for a K-5 or S-10-style competitor to the upcoming Ford Bronco, which is a dedicated off-roader based on the Ford Ranger pickup, the 2019 Blazer was built for the street.