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Crossovers offer the raised seating position and big-hatch versatility of a larger SUV, but they carry the driving dynamics and fuel economy of a car. More manageable than a large SUV and roomier than a compact crossover, the mid-size crossover is, for many people, just right. See whether any of the latest crossovers are just right for you.



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16 Best Family Cars: 2016 Subaru Outback

Previous | Next Winner The Subaru Outback is many things to many people, from a dauntless daily driver for commuters in cold-weather states to an adventure-ready wagon for outdoor enthusiasts. Turns out this Subie's everything-to-everyone sensibilities also make it an exceptionally talented family vehicle. In discussing the Subaru Outback as a contender Read more...


16 Best Family Cars: 2016 Honda CR-V

Previous | Next Winner The CR-V is no stranger to Kelley Blue Book kudos, regularly earning accolades for everything from its enviable resale value to its overall excellence with the prestigious Best Buy Award. Its latest honor here -- and third year in a row as a Best Family Car -- is another tribute to the CR-V's versatility and practicality. When Small Read more...


Previous | Next Winner Even though they’re not quite as family focused as today’s minivans, three-row SUVs are the iconic family car of today. And the totally redesigned 2016 Honda Pilot is the family-friendliest midsize SUV in existence. All-Star Accommodations The 2016 Honda Pilot’s third row isn’t just the segment’s roomiest, it’s also among the most Read more...


Previous | Next Winner Making its third consecutive appearance in our Best Family Car honor roll, the Toyota Highlander earns its spot with a solid combination of comfort, quality, space and convenience features that continue to make it a truly formidable player in its segment while offering buyers a choice of trims from the entry-level LE model to a range Read more...


Previous | Next Winner If your new family needs a new family vehicle, and you don’t want to break the bank, the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V might be the perfect starter SUV for you to consider. Well-equipped at every level, this subcompact starts around $20,000, and you’ll have to work pretty hard to get it up over $25,000. Plus, there’s really no need unless Read more...


Previous | Next Winner There are three-row crossovers that are newer to the market than the Nissan Pathfinder but this stalwart model remains one of our family-vehicle favorites because of its continuing excellence in offering features that families like. Perhaps the showiest of these features is the Around View Monitor that offers you a multi-faceted view Read more...



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