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1
2018 Dodge Journey
“The ride quality remains a strong point, with the proper damping and roll control for a family vehicle” — The Car Connection   See More Reviews
$22,358 
2
2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
“...snap folding seats, removable roof, off-road indestructibility...” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
$27,412 
3
2017 Honda Pilot
“Honda has redefined an already capable package in ways that should spike its desirability index with both core and conquest buyers. ” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
$28,117 
4
2018 Kia Sorento
“Comprehensive infotainment and electronic connectivity features are available and work well.” — Consumer Reports   See More Reviews
$28,734 
5
2017 Nissan Pathfinder
“A large, upward sloping grille and two large headlight housings convey toughness, but for the most part the latest Pathfinder projects a friendly image.” — Kelley Blue Book   See More Reviews
$29,726 
6
2018 Ford Edge
$30,122 
7
2017 Dodge Journey
“The ride quality remains a strong point, with the proper damping and roll control for a family vehicle” — The Car Connection   See More Reviews
$30,781 
8
2018 Nissan Pathfinder
“A large, upward sloping grille and two large headlight housings convey toughness, but for the most part the latest Pathfinder projects a friendly image.” — Kelley Blue Book   See More Reviews
$31,118 
9
2017 Toyota Highlander
“...cabin emphasizes functionality and is geared towards families with its adjustable seating arrangements 60/40 split second row seats, and a large center console bin.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
$31,170 
10
2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
“...snap folding seats, removable roof, off-road indestructibility...” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
$31,924 
11
2018 Ford Explorer
$32,489 
12
2018 Ford Flex
“The horizontal graining on the dash and door-panel inserts looks like it might have been diverted from becoming a Louis Vuitton Epi Leather handbag or wallet. ” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
$33,283 
13
2017 Toyota 4Runner
“While most of its competitors now have car-based platforms, the 4Runner remains a body-on-frame SUV and true to its truck roots. This yields benefits off-road, where it is sturdy and capable” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
$33,198 
14
2018 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
“It's remarkably smooth and quiet around town and on the highway. Drivers won't notice the system optimizing power sources except for the energy monitor in place of a tachometer. ” — Chicago Tribune   See More Reviews
$33,479 
15
2017 Ford Edge
$33,998 
16
2017 Chevrolet Traverse
“Overall, the Traverse is quiet and comfortable under most conditions. On the highway, engine and wind noise are low, and the ride is excellent. ” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
$34,295 
17
2017 GMC Acadia
“If you need room for eight, a massive cargo bay or some combination of both, but you don't want a fuel-thirsty full-size SUV or dowdy minivan, check out the 2013 GMC Acadia. ” — Kelley Blue Book   See More Reviews
$35,216 
18
2018 Toyota 4Runner
“While most of its competitors now have car-based platforms, the 4Runner remains a body-on-frame SUV and true to its truck roots. This yields benefits off-road, where it is sturdy and capable” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
$36,334 
19
2018 Nissan Murano
“The styling and interior make a statement and are meant to reward owners with premium features at a reasonable price.” — The Car Connection   See More Reviews
$37,403 
20
2017 Nissan Murano
“The styling and interior make a statement and are meant to reward owners with premium features at a reasonable price.” — The Car Connection   See More Reviews
$37,179 
21
2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
“It's remarkably smooth and quiet around town and on the highway. Drivers won't notice the system optimizing power sources except for the energy monitor in place of a tachometer. ” — Chicago Tribune   See More Reviews
$37,735 
22
2018 Mazda CX-9
$38,294 
23
2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee
“Maximum towing capacity on the V-6 model goes up to 6200 pounds, while the bad-boy SRT model goes from an unremarkable 5000 pounds to 7200.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
$38,686 
24
2018 Chevrolet Traverse
“Overall, the Traverse is quiet and comfortable under most conditions. On the highway, engine and wind noise are low, and the ride is excellent. ” — Car and Driver   See More Reviews
$40,992 
25
2018 Volkswagen Atlas
$40,940 
26
2018 Toyota Highlander
“...cabin emphasizes functionality and is geared towards families with its adjustable seating arrangements 60/40 split second row seats, and a large center console bin.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
$41,268 
27
2018 GMC Acadia
“If you need room for eight, a massive cargo bay or some combination of both, but you don't want a fuel-thirsty full-size SUV or dowdy minivan, check out the 2013 GMC Acadia. ” — Kelley Blue Book   See More Reviews
$42,769 
28
2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee
“Maximum towing capacity on the V-6 model goes up to 6200 pounds, while the bad-boy SRT model goes from an unremarkable 5000 pounds to 7200.” — Motor Trend   See More Reviews
$43,256 
29
2017 Buick Enclave
$43,476 
30
2017 GMC Acadia Limited
$43,557 
31
2018 Buick Enclave
$50,744 
32
2017 Ford Explorer
$50,839 
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