Best 3 Row SUVs That Aren't Huge
There's a lot of people that want the seating capactiy of a 3-row SUV, but don't want to purchase something huge.
This week, US News compiled a list of what they consider the best mid-sized 3-row SUVs. All of these picks will seat at least 6 people and are rated well compared to their competitors.
|2017 Hyundai Santa Fe||$25,350|
|2017 Chevy Traverse||$28,700|
|2016 Buick Enclave||$39,065|
|2016 Ford Flex||$29,710|
|2016 Toyota Highlander||$30,490|
|2016 Dodge Durango||$30,495|
|2016 BMW X5||$54,700|
|2016 Acura MDX||$43,015|
|2016 Land Rover Range Rover Sport||$64,950|
|2016 Honda Pilot||$30,345|
|2016 Volvo XC90||$43,950|
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