We’ve already talked Best Subcompact SUV/Crossover, and now we’ll get into some other SUV/Crossover categories.
Best Compact SUV/Crossover
With a starting price of $23,000 and loaded with bells and whistles, the Subaru Crosstrek wins the Compact SUV/Crossover classification. Equipped with a 2.0-liter, 15 hp engine, not exactly “mind-blowing” but the Crosstrek is excellent on ragged, rough roads and blends hatchback versatility which is rare. In all fairness, the Jeep Wrangler scored neck-in-neck and the 5-Year Cost to Own for both is nearly identical – $34,724 vs $34,874 for the Wrangler. Both solid bets, no doubt.
Best Full-Size SUV/Crossover
Another three-time winner, the Chevy Tahoe takes best in the show once again. This is a truck-based SUV (not common in this segment) and features roughly 95 cubic feet of cargo. To no surprise, the Tahoe seats up to nine which is perhaps one of the most family-friendly cars one can find. The interior has kick-butt infotainment, [...]