SUVs have a reputation as gas guzzling monsters that literally tear up the road when you are travelling in them. They are not as meek as the Suzuki cars or as compact as say the Hyundai variety of vehicles. But for those willing to go the whole hog in surveying for a proper SUV, here is a brief summary of what lies in store.
- In the smaller ones on display, the Honda CR-V (Honda.com) and Acura RDX (Acura.com) are both up for grabs. They will set you back by at least $30,000.
- As for the middle-of-the-road types, they include the Buick Enclave (Buick.com) and the Land Rover Range Rover Sport (Landover.com). They will cost $10,000 more than the previous category.
- Finally, separating the men from the boys, the larger ones have in their repertoire the Chevrolet Tahoe (Chevrolet.com) which costs above $55,000.
Among the SUVs listed above, the Buick Enclave stands out by its superiority in performance. The way it allows itself to be maneuvered and the luxurious inner settings make for a classic brand alright. And add to that the fact that it is super-secure and I ask you what more could you ask.
It is indeed the ideal family car. The comfortable seating arrangement and hassle-free spaciousness make it a swell SUV. Then there is the latest Honda Accord (Honda.com) which looks like the perfect phallic symbol from outside and is a pleasure to ride as well.
All these vehicles we have been discussing have entered the consumer durable market in 2014. They are the greatest technological feats of engineering possible in this current day and age. You won’t regret road testing them and then shelling out a little extra money for them.
There are fuel-saving types, sports car varieties and finally the off-road giant monster truck behemoths for which SUVs are notorious. Select according to preference and mood and drive off home from the car show with your favorite brand a happy and satisfied man.
If you are not ready for a full SUV yet check out crossovers. Watch below a recent comparison cross-over SUVs.