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Best Suv To Buy For The Money ((NEW))



With four wins for 2023, Hyundai garnered more awards than any other brand. The Hyundai Elantra Hybrid is the Best Hybrid or Electric Car for the Money, and the Hyundai Kona is the Best Subcompact SUV for the money. The Hyundai Santa Fe is the Best 2-Row SUV for the Money, and the Hyundai Palisade is the Best Compact 3-Row for the Money.




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According to the people who own one, the 2022 Nissan Murano ranks highest in its segment for both quality and overall appeal. It is the only SUV to achieve top rankings in both J.D. Power benchmark customer satisfaction studies. Based on this, the Murano is the best midsize SUV for 2022.


Refreshed for the 2022 model year, the Chevrolet Equinox is the best compact SUV for quality, according to its owners. It comes in four trim levels, each equipped with a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine and FWD. An AWD system is optional. The Equinox carries five people, and cargo space ranges from 29.9 cubic feet behind the back seat to 63.9 cubic feet with the rear seat folded down. The EPA says the 2022 Equinox will return between 27 mpg and 28 mpg in combined driving.


Equipped with seating for up to eight people and anywhere between 25.5 and 122.9 cubic feet of cargo space, the Chevy Tahoe is the best full-size SUV for quality this year. Six trim levels range from basic to luxurious, and for 2022 Chevrolet added a new infotainment system running Google Built-in technology. Buyers can choose between two gas-fueled V8 engines and a turbocharged diesel 6-cylinder, and 4WD is optional. The V8 engines return between 16 mpg and 17 mpg in combined driving, while the turbodiesel averages 22-24 mpg. The Tahoe is a traditional body-on-frame SUV that can tow up to 8,400 pounds when properly equipped.


With the return of the Grand Wagoneer nameplate to the Jeep lineup, the brand is going head-to-head with other large premium SUV models. Based on what Grand Wagoneer owners say, the plush new 3-row Jeep is mighty satisfying. Four trim levels are available, each equipped with standard 4WD. A V8 engine is standard, and Jeep recently added a new twin-turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine as an option. Fuel economy ranges from 15 to 17 mpg in combined driving, and the Grand Wagoneer is one of the best SUVs for towing, thanks to its maximum rating of 9,850 pounds. Cargo space ranges between 27.4 and 94.2 cubic feet.


When you have to stick to a budget, buying a used car is the best way to get the biggest bang for your buck. Used cars can give you many of the same features that are available on newer models, but at a far lower price.


Midsized CarsSubaru Legacy 2013The Legacy is roomy, refined, and one of the best-riding sedans available. We got 26 mpg overall, impressive given the standard AWD. Look for a model with the optional EyeSight suite of advanced safety systems.


There are a lot of things you need to check when shopping for a used car. On the "Consumer 101" TV show, Consumer Reports expert Keith Barry explains how to evaluate a pre-owned vehicle and negotiate with the dealership to get the best possible deal.


Neither will win awards for refinement or aural excellence, but most owners will find the four-cylinder up to daily duty. Four-wheel drive is standard across the lineup, but you can opt for a full-time automatic on-demand setup that lets you leave it in four-wheel drive, and the system monitors conditions for the best possible traction.


The interior looks and feels dated, and there are few standard active-safety features. But the Durango is still a solid family value and, if you need to tow, the best option among mainstream midsizers.


It can travel for up to 17 miles on electric-only power. Just 17 miles may not seem like a lot, but the hybrid could take you to your local grocery store, gym, or gas station without burning any gas. Not too shabby. The 2021 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid starts at $35,345. It is one of the best compact SUV options to save money on gas.


It took more than two decades for General Motors to drop a supercharger into one of its full-size SUVs, but the 2023 Cadillac Escalade-V was well worth the wait. This list is in no particular order, but we wanted to single out the Escalade-V as the best-sounding SUV on sale today. It packs a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 shelling out 682 horsepower and 653 lb-ft of torque (the second-most on this list) with an exhaust note that would embarrass a C8 Corvette. That's because the Escalade-V's engine is the same one used in the CT5-V Blackwing and Cadillac's engineers fought with management to . The results speak for themselves.


There's only one four-cylinder on this list, but we'd argue it's one of the best-sounding; it's also the cheapest by far. The 2022 Hyundai Kona N only costs $35,000, but it produces a whopping 276 horsepower. With the N Grin Shift feature providing 30 seconds of overboost, the Kona N can deliver additional oomph for a total of 286 hp. This little crossover sounds like a rally car, emitting a loud growl with plenty of cracks and bangs. We didn't know a four-pot could sound this good and run with the big dogs.


No name is as synonymous with luxury SUVs as Range Rover. Land Rover's fancy-pants flagship has always been one of the best high-end SUVs money can buy, but a new generation for the 2023 model year really ramps things up, taking comfort to the next level.


In a very short time, Korean manufacturer Genesis has rolled out some seriously impressive luxury cars. The compact GV70 is one such vehicle; it's been a stalwart on CNET's best-of lists for a while now, and for a very good reason.


The GV70 exudes style inside and out, whether it's that slick split-headlamp front end or the two-tone leather interior. It's bright, it's airy and it's not afraid to ditch the traditional conservative getup so many German SUVs still embrace. Its complement of tech is among the best in the industry, and yes, the GV70 is also a hoot and a half to drive. It's the whole package, and Germany should take notice.


Even a year ago, we probably wouldn't have known what to put down as the best electric luxury SUV on the market. But since then, Genesis has created one of the best small luxury SUVs in existence, and it just so happens to be an all-electric affair.


The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer -- which is still large, just not as large as the Grand Wagoneer -- has a max tow capacity of 10,000 pounds. That bests competitors like the Lincoln Navigator by over 1,000 pounds. Heck, the Grand Wagoneer can also tow a whole bunch, but at 9,850 pounds, it's a hair below its slightly smaller sibling.


No matter how you measure luxury, the Grand Wagoneer stacks up with the best of 'em. There is tech aplenty inside, whether it's the multiple high-resolution displays on the dashboard or the 1,375-watt, 23-speaker McIntosh sound system. The interior is thoughtfully designed and relies on some very nice materials. It's also quite the smooth operator on the road. If you need to move three rows' worth of whatever -- people, animals, cargo, you name it -- there aren't too many cushier ways to do it. Oh yeah, and it'll tow nearly 10,000 pounds.


The Cadillac Lyriq is a technological tour de force. Its massive single-piece screen covers most of the dashboard and features Google integration, Unreal Engine graphics and some of the best menu layouts we've seen in a car to date. It also packs Super Cruise, the best hands-free highway driving assistant on the market, sailing effortlessly over pre-mapped stretches of highway. It's also extremely compliant on the road, really hammering home that luxury-car vibe. It's the best non-performance car Cadillac has built in decades, and it should stay at the cutting edge of in-car tech for some time.


Now, a number of luxury SUVs have earned Top Safety Pick Plus and achieved the best scores in all the Institute's major categories, so we have to dig a little deeper into the scoring. The RDX performed the best out of any luxury SUV in every sub-category rating, with a score of Good in every single place it was measured. Competitors may have had similar overall scores, but a couple Adequate ratings in areas like leg protection put them behind the Acura.


The Mercedes-Benz EQS is an extremely good electric luxury sedan -- in fact, it's the best one available right now. So, it stands to reason that adapting that goodness into an SUV body will generate an equally excellent creation.


By driving them, of course! Every year, CNET's editors spend countless hours behind the wheel of as many vehicles as we can get our hands on. This gives us the experience we need to help you find the luxury SUV that best fits your individual needs.


Of course, everybody is different, so don't take this list as immutable canon. Instead, treat it as a guide to help hone your decision making. A car is only good if you think it's good, so don't forget to test drive as many as you can to truly get a feel for what will best fit into your life.


For CNET, the top luxury SUVs are the 2023 Land Rover Range Rover and the 2022 Lincoln Navigator. But, every outlet -- whether it's us, J.D. Power or anyone else -- uses different metrics for ranking vehicles. Scores should never be taken as absolutes, but rather as guides that help you discover exactly what works best for your specific situation.


The Jeep Grand Wagoneer incorporates seven displays and an industry-first Amazon Fire TV integration. The award-winning interior provides one of the best user experiences to hit the luxury SUV segment, all while bringing back a heartfelt punch of nostalgia.


Family FriendlinessCan't decide on captains chairs or a center row bench? You get the best of both: the middle seat in the center row pops out when you don't need it. And the multimedia system includes the Social Playlist and Cabin Talk features developed for the Odyssey, so it's easy to include everyone in the conversation and DJ'ing. There are three LATCH anchors in the center row, but none in the third row.


Redesigned for 2022, Hyundai, known for delivering more features and technology for the money, delivers a lot. ADAS, a multimedia system, and many luxe features are standard. The front end got a distinct new look, as did the rear tailgate. Inside, the Tucson has a more modern, intuitive look and feel to its controls, which includes a push button gear selector. 041b061a72


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