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How Much Stuff Can You Fit in a Compact Crossover? See Every SUV’s Cargo Capacity Ranked

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 15. Mitsubishi Eclipse CrossMitsubishi's newest small SUV in the US is the Eclipse Cross, which revives an iconic name once affixed to the brand's Eclipse sport coupe.

General Motors Considers Its Options Following Lyft IPO

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As Lyft Inc cruises toward an initial public offering this month, one of the big winners will be General Motors Co, whose stake in the ride-hailing firm could be worth as much as $1.27 billion. GM is not talking about its plans for that investment, and investors polled by Reuters, owning a collective 35.7 million shares, do not have a consensus view.

Is Fiat Chrysler Planning a Merger With Peugeot?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Fiat Chrysler shares jumped on Tuesday to the top of Europe’s STOXX 600 after the president of Peugeot family holding company FFP told French daily Les Echos he would support a new deal and suggested Fiat Chrysler was among the options. “With them, as with others, the planets could be aligned,” Robert Peugeot was reported as saying, asked about targets for acquisitions or mergers.

How Much Stuff Can You Fit in a Subcompact Crossover? See Every Small SUV's Cargo Capacity Ranked

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 14. Mazda CX-3 Kicking off our list of cargo-hauling subcompact crossovers is the small, lively Mazda CX-3.

2020 Cadillac XT6 Pricing Announced for Canada

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac Canada has announced pricing for the new 2020 Cadillac XT6 three-row SUV, set to hit dealerships this summer. The Premium Luxury version gets a starting price of $60,995 CAD, while the Sport trim will start at $63,795 CAD.

Is It a Crossover? Hatchback? Wagon? Car? You Tell Us

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Categorization is a difficult game in today's auto industry. The idea of the crossover-vaguely defined as a lifted vehicle with a hatchback and SUV-like styling-has taken over the new-car market, and nearly every automaker sells at least one car that could wear this designation.