There are dozens of new SUVs in the market that range in scope, space, and performance. But, if you’re not too sure about what features and spec you want in your vehicle, picking the right SUV can be challenging. That’s why we’ve reviewed multiple SUV brands, so you know which vehicle makers offer the best-quality SUVs. Read on.
When it comes to SUVs, there’s no beating Hyundai. The company’s offerings have low prices combined with strong reliability and safety scores, a long list of standard and available features, and an excellent powertrain warranty.
Off late, Buick has turned its focus to midsize and small crossovers, and the Encore GX is a crowd favorite. Although they’re not particularly sporty, Buick’s models are spacious and stylish.
While Subaru’s SUV lineup may not be as broad as that of competitors, its offerings – the Crosstrek, Crosstrek Hybrid, Ascent, and Forester – hit all the important points. They’re equipped with the best in class safety features and all-wheel drive, while also delivering a comfortable ride quality.
Toyota has a diverse and broad lineup of SUVs and crossovers, including the very capable 4Runner, which is a favorite among the off-road crowd. We also like the midsize Highlander and the RAV4, which have a more well-rounded appeal.
Mitsubishi’s SUV line up includes the Outlander, Outlander Sport, and the Eclipse Cross. While the brand’s SUVs may not have the most interesting looks, they have a low base price and a pretty great warranty. If you are looking for an SUV at a bargain, it’s likely you’ll find Mitsubishi’s SUVs a good choice.
Dodge offers two midsize SUVs – the Durango and the Journey. Between the two, we prefer the Durango – it has a spacious interior, lots of family-friendly features, and an excellent powertrain.
Jeep pretty much only sells SUVs, except for the Gladiator pickup truck. All of its SUVs, including the affordable Renegade, are built off-road-ready, making them the perfect choice for hardcore adventure seekers.
GMC offers three SUVs – the Yukon, Acadia, and Terrain. What we like about GMC’s SUVs is that they tend to be loaded with useful features and have user-friendly infotainment systems.