In the 22nd century, many countries are at war with each other and the world itself is steeped in chaos. In the midst of the battlefield, a secret organization which holds the powerful Dancougar Nova protects the balance of power by protecting the weak and defeating the strong. Facing the battles to come are Dancougar Nova's four new pilots: a racer, a narcotics inspector, a salary man, and a homeless person. Together, they will endure endless battles; but can they uncover the true purpose of the Nova and the truth behind their employers before they succumb to the travesties of war?
Multi pilots that combind their respective mecha to form a machine that stands for justice and all that jazz.
GoLion/Voltron has a similar vibe to it. Only warning it is much older in the way of animation, but still holds up.
You might find it a worthy check if you enjoyed Dancougar.
Long ago there was a battle between angels and humans, which ultimately ended with the angels’ retreat. Twelve thousand years later, the angels have become active again and have begun harvesting humans for nefarious purposes; and only the pilots of the ancient mecha known as Aquarion are able to oppose the angels' tools of war. The pilots have special powers, but the secret to defeating the Angels once and for all lies with the reincarnations of the two beings who defended humanity against the Angels in the past: Apollonius, an Angel who turned his back on his kind in order to protect humanity; and Siren, his human lover. Only Apollonius can awaken the true strength within Aquarion that is needed to defeat the angels; but who is the reincarnation of Apollonius?
Somewhat glossy mecha titles which both involve a team of mecha pilots, and a mecha that forms many machines into one larger hero-bot.
There is a similar beast to fight every week, and a few mysteries in each. If you liked one, you might want to give the other a go.