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25 Cars That Failed To Deliver On Their Hype In 2020

Cameron EittreimDecember 18, 2020

Cadillac XT6
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2: 2020 Cadillac XT6

On the domestic front, Cadillac is still trying to distance itself from the previous decade. The XT6 is a lightweight new crossover that continues to expand the Cadillac footprint. The problem here is that the XT6 has a lack of performance and features that consumers in this price point are looking for. The car just doesn’t stack up to the competition when you look at the whole package, and that is not a good thing.

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The XT6 is an upgrade from the Cadillac crossovers of the past, but it still doesn’t justify the high price tag when you look at it. The Cadillac XT6 is a crossover that needs a lot of work in terms of getting it up to par with the rest of the automotive industry.

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1: 2020 Ford Escape

The Escape got a complete overhaul this year, but if it looks familiar it’s because a lot of the styling is similar to the Kia Niro. We’re not sure what Ford was thinking but you can almost mistake the two cars for one another. Aside from that, the Escape has lost a lot of its off-road chops in favor of more road manners. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but the Escape used to be a capable off-road companion.

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With Ford trying to make inroads in the crossover market, the Escape will remain an instrumental part of this strategy. But the 2020 Escape could have gone in a different direction then the company decided to go with it.

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