Cars & Transportation

Best Cars (SUV)

Cars & Transportation

Posted by: Avocado Green

20th Mar 2022 06:42pm

Looking to buy an SUV. What are the best ones around at the moment? Any recommendations? Thanks!

Comments 10

Ally32267731
  • 26th Apr 2022 06:38pm

Currently own a volkswagon tiguan and cannot fault it but considering buying an electric vehicle instead.

Brahim32266716
  • 18th Apr 2022 09:21am

Good

Brahim32266716
  • 18th Apr 2022 09:21am

Good

Brahim32266716
  • 18th Apr 2022 09:21am

Good

Elii
  • 9th Apr 2022 04:47pm

kia sportagè are the best in the GT model according to also drive.com.au

Dena31948125
  • 8th Apr 2022 02:59am

Audi Q5 and Land Rover discovery sport are among the best SUV cars. Land Rover has better 4x4 capability. Hyundai 4x4 Is among the best SUV cars as well.

wendel
  • 7th Apr 2022 11:36am

I heard recently, that a Hyundai 4x4 was best in class, comparable to a Toyota Rav 4.

ellamay
  • 28th Mar 2022 08:58pm

I see a lot of SUV around but unsure which is best as I don't need to have one. I think this chat is good to see what others think and their opinion

ellamay
  • 28th Mar 2022 08:58pm

I see a lot of SUV around but unsure which is best as I don't need to have one. I think this chat is good to see what others think and their opinion

jtmorri
  • 28th Mar 2022 10:56am

There is a lot of variation is size for SUV's along with price point and availability. The Kia Sportage won car of the year and I personally like the CX-30 from Mazda (not the CX-3 as that is a model also). I don't have any recommendations for medium sized and large SUV's unfortunately. There is also the Ford Puma, but I don't know how they compares.

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