Not only has the 2020 Lincoln Corsair provided the finishing touch on the reimagining of the Ford luxury brand’s SUV lineup — following the introductions or reintroductions in recent years of the Nautilus, Navigatorand Aviator — but its buccaneer theme has given us the pirate-pun gift that keeps on givin’. And we just can’t help but make abundant use of that gift almost every time we write about the unofficial vehicle of International Talk Like a Pirate Day — just as we did in our most popular news article of the past week, a rapid-fire roundup of all the things we like and the things we don’t about the 2020 Lincoln Corsair.
The all-new compact luxury SUV’s position at the helm, of course, meant that the otherwise popular 2020 Honda Ridgeline was relegated to first mate. Our rundown of everything that’s changed on the pickup truck — including our advice on which model year shoppers should opt for, the 2019 or 2020 (pssst … the former) — docked itself at No. 2.
Rounding out the week’s top five are our preview of the 2020 Washington Auto Show as the annual exhibit drives into D.C. on Friday, bringing car shoppers in our nation’s capital their first look at new models like the 2020 Mazda CX-30, as well as the 2021 Kia Seltos and Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid, at No. 3; Cars.com reviewer Jennifer Geiger’s full expert critique of the 2020 Honda Civic hatchback; and our weekly collection of the biggest pickup-truck-related headlines from both Cars.com and sister site PickupTrucks.com, this week buoyed by our report on the real-world fuel economy of the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Duramax diesel, at No. 5.
Beyond that are our picks for the best compact SUV deals of the month, a preview of the 2020 Houston Auto Show, a comparo of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS450 and GLS580, and much more — so get caught up now on what’s popular. Here are the top 10 stories Cars.com readers couldn’t get enough of in the past week:
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