SUV Central: Your Guide to Going Bigger
As more and more shoppers move out of cars and into SUVs, automakers keep making more and more SUVs to choose from. Subcompact SUVs grew into a bona fide segment almost overnight, while small luxury SUV sales are growing like crazy. Here we've collected our most recent SUV insight and guidance to help you choose your next SUV, whether it's your first, second or tenth.
Compact and Subcompact SUVs
If you're looking to spend about $25,000 or less on a new SUV, get ready to wade through a sea that's now swelled to about 20 choices deep. Our Subcompact SUV Comparison Test and Compact SUV Buyer's Guide will give you a great overview of all your options, but we've also recognized a variety of standouts.
The midsize SUV segment consists of two sub-segments: those with two rows of seats, and those with three. Three-row models like the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander are wildly popular with busy families, while two-row alternatives like the Ford Edge and Jeep Grand Cherokee offer SUV benefits for those who don't need all those seatbelts.
The Chevrolet Tahoe is the best-selling full-size SUV in the country and our Full-Size SUV Best Buy for 2016. But is it the right choice for your wants and needs? You won't know for sure until you explore all your options:
Bigger and roomier has long been a luxury calling card, which is why more and more shoppers find luxury SUVs more appealing than luxury sedans.
Whether you're looking for an SUV that's off-road rugged, city-slicker sporty or delivers max seating capacity for minimal money, you have more options than we have helpful lists.
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