We like the all-new 2020 Kia Telluride a whole lot. We like it like an avid skier likes the slopes in the Colorado resort town of its namesake. We like it so much, in fact, that in our rundown of things we like and things we don’t about the 2020 Kia Telluride, we were slightly hard-pressed to come up with much material for the negative notes.
Evidently, Cars.com readers ride as hard for the Telluride as we do, what with the large family SUV landing the top spot among our most popular stories of the week for the second week in a row. (Last week’s No. 1 was Cars.com reviewer Brian Wong’s persuasive essay on why the Telluride’s general awesomeness all but relegates its Sorento sibling to lame-duck status in the Kia SUV lineup, and you should definitely check it out if you missed it and crave more Telluride coverage … which we know you do.)
And while the Telluride summited our top 10 once again, it’s not the SUV’s sole appearance on this week’s roster. It also checks in at No. 5 in the form of Cars.com certified car-seat-installation technician Jennifer Geiger’s Car Seat Check of the Telluride, rating how well it accommodates four different types of child safety seats for the youngest members of your family (as a preview, it did pretty darn good).
Rounding out the top five this week are Wong’s account of his first impressions of the updated-for-2020 Lexus RX 350 focusing on the luxury SUV’s lackluster multimedia system at No. 2 (our full preview of the model checks in at No. 8, meanwhile), our weekly rundown of the most read Cars.com expert reviews and most watched videos at No. 3, and our comprehensive must-read roundup of everything you need to know about the all-new 2020 Toyota Supra sports coupe at No. 4.
And if you’re just now catching up with Cars.com’s coverage, we’re not finished with you yet. Here’s the full top 10 list of news stories Cars.com readers couldn’t get enough of in the past week:
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