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Best Luxury SUVs with 3rd Row

Best 3rd Row SUVs of 2022

From family-hauling crossovers to swanky truck-based ultra-luxury SUVs, here are our favorites

If you plan on using a vehicle’s third row a lot, let us at least make the suggestion that a minivan would be a smarter bet than anything you’re going to see on this list of best three-row SUVs. Their third rows are bigger, more comfortable and easier to get to. The kids will definitely be happier. Here are our two top choices

OK, now that that’s out of the way, we totally get why minivans are totally depressing and that if the kids want to be happier, they can buy their own darn vehicle. You’re buying, you’re driving, you’re being seen in it and you’d rather have a three-row SUV. Fair enough. Luckily, there are more choices than ever and they’re really good. The best do a particularly good job of being family friendly without looking like a drab transportation appliance, although really, you can’t go wrong with any of the mainstream three-row SUVs. Now, some of the luxury choices are a bit suspect, including those that are otherwise very appealing but have cramped third-row seats (the Genesis GV80 and Land Rover Defender come to mind). We’re focusing on three-row SUVs here, so having a usable third row is a must.  

In this list, we have broken things down into four sub-categories:

Best Luxury Three-Row SUV

Note that we define crossovers as SUVs since most buyers use the terms interchangeably, but acknowledge that “crossover” is literally a vehicle with a car-like unibody structure as opposed to the truck-like, body-on-frame construction that traditionally has defined “SUV.” In other words, we consider all crossovers SUVs, but not all SUVs are crossovers (specifically those in the full-size segment and some in the flagship luxury segment).

Best Three-Row Crossover

Hyundai Palisade

Why it stands out: More third-row and cargo space; well-executed tech; high-style interior
Could be better: No hybrid or performance version

Read our full 2022 Hyundai Palisade Review and follow updates on our long-term Palisade test

The Hyundai Palisade is mechanically related to the Kia Telluride, and choosing between this pair of masterfully executed family haulers could basically come down to a coin flip. Or, more realistically, which you think looks better. For its part, the Palisade has a more luxurious vibe, which is most obvious in its Limited (pictured above) and Calligraphy trim levels that could easily compete with actual luxury-brand SUVs. The main reason for this is the stylish, well-made cabin that not only looks great, but boasts useful storage, user-friendly infotainment tech and more space than nearly every competitor — bigger kids and even adults will be perfectly comfortable in the third row, and you can fit more stuff behind the raised third row. Hyundai’s driver assistance and safety tech is also among the best-executed in the industry. If there’s a major hole in its game, it’s the lack of a hybrid powertrain or a more powerful version. 

Kia Sorento

Why it stands out: Unique size; efficient engines including two hybrid choices; high-end cabin; well-executed tech
Could be better: Less standard power than similarly priced midsize models

Read our full 2022 Kia Sorento Review

The Kia Sorento basically has the exterior dimensions of a two-row midsize SUV, but manages to sandwich in a third row for those who could foresee needing one on occasion, but not frequently enough to warrant driving around a bigger, thirstier and pricier vehicle like Kia’s Telluride. It’s basically for those who don’t necessarily think that bigger is better. And for its part, the Kia Sorento is appealing for myriad other reasons. Completely redesigned for 2021, it features revised styling in keeping with but not copying the successful Telluride. There are even slightly different styling flavors, including the sportier SX Prestige and more rugged X-Line that can now be paired with most trim levels (pictured above left). Inside, material quality is elevated, the design is handsome and technology is not only abundant, but user friendly. The same well-executed driver assistance and safety features that so impress in the Palisade and Telluride are also available in the Sorento. Perhaps most significantly, however, is that the Sorento is one of the very few three-row SUVs offered as a hybrid. Its 37 mpg blows away the V6-powered competition, and there’s now a unique plug-in hybrid choice for 2022 (pictured above right). 

Kia Telluride

Why it stands out: More third-row and cargo space; well-executed tech; well-made interior; doesn’t look like a family hauler
Could be better: No hybrid or performance version available

Read our full 2022 Kia Telluride Review

If you’ve already read the above description of the Hyundai Palisade, you’ve already been briefed about its mechanical commonalities with the Telluride and that they share the same fundamental strong points: space, technology, quality and value. They also do so to an extent that outpaces their competitors. Of the two, the Kia Telluride has received the greater share of accolades, largely because its styling seems to resonate with more people. Basically, style is the tie breaker. There’s more than a whiff of Range Rover to its blocky proportions and restrained detailing. Heck, “Telluride” is even written across the hood, much like a Range Rover would be. Basically, the Kia Telluride doesn’t look like a three-row family hauler despite being one of the best three-row family haulers. Win-win. 

Toyota Highlander Hybrid

Why it stands out: Best fuel economy in its segment by many miles; high-end interior
Could be better: Cramped third-row seat; sluggish and simplistic infotainment

The Telluride and Palisade might be excellent, class-leading three-row crossovers, but their fuel economy is simply average for the segment at 21 mpg combined. The Toyota Highlander Hybrid, on the other hand, gets 35 mpg combined. That difference is as massive as it seems. Besides the environmental benefits, you will save an average of $850 per year at the pump with the Highlander Hybrid, according to the EPA. When you consider it costs only $1,400 more than a comparable V6-powered Highlander, you’re looking at an incredibly quick payback time. True, it has only 243 horsepower, which means it’s on the slow side for the segment and can feel pretty strained if you find yourself doing lots of highway passing, but considering how most people drive their three-row family haulers, we think the 14-mpg advantage will more than make up for that. Besides its fuel economy, though, the recently redesigned Highlander is appealing in its own right with Palisade-rivaling interior quality, composed ride and handling, and ample feature content. If there’s reason for pause, it’s the rather cramped third-row seat that is comparable to the Sorento’s. Clearly then, you have to be willing to sacrifice max three-row space for max fuel economy. We’re guessing many buyers will find that acceptable.

Best Full-Size Three-Row SUV

Chevrolet Tahoe/Suburban and GMC Yukon

Why it stands out: Fuel-efficient diesel engine; more third-row space than large crossovers; luxurious interiors
Could be better: Many driver assistance features not available on lower trims

Read our full 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban Review and our 2022 GMC Yukon Review

The Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban have long been best-selling full-size SUVs, but those sales didn’t reflect its strength relative competitors. A switch to an independent rear suspension for the all-new generation for 2021 has radically transformed it, however. The third-row in the Tahoe and its GMC Yukon twin go from nearly uninhabitable to one of the biggest in any vehicle. Cargo space has ballooned, including in the extended length Suburban and Yukon XL, and the cargo floor is lower. The ride and handling have also been dramatically improved. Besides the suspension-related improvements, there’s a new diesel engine option that gets you crossover-like fuel economy, numerous new features and a best-in-class interior. The GMC Yukon even gets its own interior design for the first time, but it’s exclusive to the Denali trim level. Add it all up, and you get a full-size SUV family that we can now recommend. 

Ford Expedition

Why it stands out: Silky smooth V6 with class-leading torque and fuel economy; bigger third-row than GM SUVs (barely)
Could be better: Less attractive and luxurious interior than Tahoe/Suburban/Yukon

Until the Tahoe/Yukon were redesigned, recommending the Expedition was an easy choice. Now, the playing field has largely been leveled between the two, with the scales tilting toward the GM SUVs in terms of interior design and quality, infotainment features, and the available diesel engine. While it can’t do much about the latter, at least the Expedition gets an updated interior for 2022. Ford also still has the biggest, most comfortable third-row seat, though, plus the piece de resistance: its silky smooth 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 that produces 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque (and it goes up to 440 hp and 510 lb-ft in the new 2022 Expedition Timberline pictured above left). Besides that being class-leading torque, it’s horsepower also blows away most competitors, including GM’s 5.3-liter V8 found in most trim levels. Better yet, it’s fuel economy is better than the GM V8s and significantly better than the Jeep Wagoneer’s gas-guzzlers. In other words, just because the Expedition’s been around a while doesn’t mean you should ignore it. 

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Acura MDX

Why it stands out: Superior handling; versatile second row; value for your money; reliability reputation
Could be better: Steep tech interface learning curve; stiff brake pedal feel; no plug-in hybrid option

Read our 2022 Acura MDX Review

The MDX was completely redesigned for 2022. It’s more luxurious than its predecessor, making Acura’s three-row crossover a more convincing competitor for the Audis, BMWs and Lexuses of the world. It also has Acura’s most up-to-date in-car technology, though the interface is an acquired taste. Most important, though, the MDX is not only more engaging to drive than before, it also outpaces its three-row competition — credit to Acura’s latest-generation Super-Handling All-Wheel Drive system as well as an increased focus on driving pleasure. At the same time, though, the MDX remains one of the most sensible luxury SUV choices. The third row is friendlier for teens or adults, and the versatile second row features a removable middle-seat portion, meaning you don’t have to choose between seven-passenger capacity or more comfortable second-row captain’s chairs. There’s also the matter of getting more equipment for your money, as well as the MDX’s traditionally strong resale value and reliability. 

Lincoln Aviator

Why it stands out: High-style cabin; massive power; relatively spacious third-row; ample cargo space
Could be better: A cheaper, less-powerful entry model that would open the Aviator up to more buyers

You won’t hear us say this very often, but the Lincoln Aviator has too much power. With a standard 400-horsepower turbo V6, the Aviator obliterates the base and upgrade engines of most competitors. That’s definitely commendable, and we’re not really complaining. It’s just that the Aviator is so good, it could easily offer a less robust engine and cater to more buyers with a lower price. They’d still be getting a spacious, well-equipped, easy-to-use and high-style interior, plus a refined driving experience that attempts to make your time behind the wheel “effortless” as opposed to “sporty.” Yes, even with 400 hp, the Aviator is more about grand-touring speed than taking corners (appropriate for a Lincoln). And, speaking of Grand Touring, the Aviator’s trim of that name is in fact a plug-in hybrid that boasts 494 hp and 630 pound-feet of torque. It also has a useful 21 miles of electric range. 

Volvo XC90

Why it stands out: Spacious third-row and cargo area; Scandinavian design; wide price range; available plug-in hybrid
Could be better: Unrefined engines; tech interface doesn’t agree with everyone

Read our most recent Volvo XC90 Review

You can get an XC90 dressed to the nines with the 400-horsepower plug-in hybrid powertrain and every high-tech, leather-lined option available for nearly $80,000 and walk away with a truly special luxury SUV befitting that price tag. At the same time, though, you could get a base XC90 T5 for less than $50,000 and walk away with a well-equipped and well-made family SUV that’s more spacious, efficient and stylish than most luxury models. Such widespread appeal and competitiveness are rare. The XC90 is a great luxury SUV no matter the price or trim level.  

Best Flagship Luxury Three-Row SUV

Cadillac Escalade

Why it stands out: 38 inches of OLED screens; diesel engine; tow capability; adult-friendly third row; Super Cruise
Could be better: V8 fuel efficiency; gargantuan size impedes handling and maneuverability

Read our most recent Cadillac Escalade Review and our specific Escalade Diesel review

The Escalade was all new for 2021, radically improved and far more competitive. The switch to an independent rear suspension has taken the third row from uninhabitable to one of the biggest on the market, while also benefiting the ride, handling and cargo space. The styling is more refined and the interior gets a serious upgrade in terms of materials, design and technology. Specifically, the 38 inches worth of three OLED screens that surround the driver. The Escalade is also available with GM’s highly advanced Super Cruise hands-free driving technology. Another key new element is the addition of a diesel engine, which provides the same 460 pound-feet of torque as the standard 6.2-liter gas V8, but will save you on average $950 per year on fuel. It’s the one to get.

Lincoln Navigator

Why it stands out: High-style cabin; buttery smooth and massively powerful engine; unmatched third-row space
Could be better: Touchscreen seems awfully small thanks to Cadillac; gargantuan size impedes handling and maneuverability

Read our most recent Lincoln Navigator Review and read about the significant updates made for 2022

It’s easy to be wowed by the range-topping Navigator Black Label models that can be dressed up in the exquisite color “Themes” of deep green or icy blue. They’re truly special, and if you have the cash, the priciest Navigators are without question the most desirable ones. At the same time, every Navigator benefits from the same general Mid-Century Modern-inspired interior design (updated with a bigger touchscreen for 2022), unmatched passenger space, abundant features list, refined road manners and a standard engine that produces 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque. Despite this significant power advantage over the 6.2-liter Escalade, it’s also more efficient (although Lincoln doesn’t offer a fuel-efficient answer to the diesel Escalade). Sure, it’s still gigantic and rather truckish in many regards, but the Navigator can still stand tall against the world’s finest flagship luxury SUVs. 

Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

Why it stands out: Beautiful interior; impeccable engineering oozes from everything; diverse model line; well-executed safety tech
Could be better: Overwhelming and confusing tech interface

Read our most recent Mercedes GLS Review

The Mercedes GLS is so much bigger and so much nicer than three-row luxury SUVs like the Audi Q7 and Volvo XC90 that it’s elevated beyond them into the uppermost echelon of luxury SUVs: the flagships. That it has three rows is in some ways just a bonus for those seeking the most advanced SUV Mercedes has to offer (the Maybach GLS 600 doesn’t even have it), but that aft-most row is also genuinely adult-friendly, which is rare among luxury makers. As such, the GLS can at once compete with the Range Rover and Navigator … not to mention the Bentley Bentayga and Rolls-Royce Cullinan when in Maybach guise. Of course, we think the Maybach and AMG GLS 63 versions are borderline offensive in their overkill and extravagance, but if you want the best, then it’s certainly hard to argue against them. 

We sifted through the data to select the best cars and trucks in every category.Learn More12022 INFINITI QX60

Overview

The Infiniti QX60 is a luxurious three-row midsize SUV with room for up to seven people. It has a remarkably smooth, quiet ride and high-quality materials throughout, but there’s only one engine option, and its fuel economy is just average. The INFINITI QX60 is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the SENSORY FWD, which starts at $57,375 and comes with a 3.5L V6 engine and Front Wheel Drive. This QX60 is estimated to deliver 21 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Luxurious interior
  • Good cargo capacity
  • Smooth, quiet ride

Cons

  • Limited availability of second-row captain’s chairs
  • Only one engine offered

Overall Assessment

The redesigned Infiniti QX60 is a versatile luxury SUV. It has room for up to seven passengers in three rows, with the option for second-row captain’s chairs on the top trim. Standard safety and convenience features are extensive. It also has a fully-featured infotainment system with a large, responsive touchscreen. There’s only one engine option, so those who crave more performance are out of luck. However, the engine is plenty capable for everyday driving. In addition to a roomy cabin, the QX60 also provides a spacious cargo bay.

The Acura MDX costs less than the Infiniti and offers sportier handling and a less plush interior. The Lincoln Aviator matches the luxury of the QX60 and has an available hybrid engine….See More

Feature Highlights

Pedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingAround View CameraFront Cooled SeatsPanoramic MoonroofHands-free Trunk/LiftgatePower Trunk/LiftgateAdaptive Cruise Control w/Stop and GoIn-Car WiFi4 yr / 60k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for INFINITI QX60.All reviews22022 Genesis GV80

Overview

The Genesis GV80 may be missing a prestigious badge on the hood, but its level of style, features, and refinement rivals that of the most established luxury nameplates — and for a lot less money. The Genesis GV80 is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the 3.5T Advanced + AWD, which starts at $69,095 and comes with a 3.5L V6 Twin-Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This GV80 is estimated to deliver 18 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Striking good looks
  • High-end cabin loaded with features
  • More affordable than most competitors

Cons

  • Available third row is cramped
  • Not very fuel efficient
  • Lacks a performance variant

Overall Assessment

Genesis, the luxury division of the Hyundai Motor Group, has quickly earned a place alongside some of the best-known premium brands. That’s thanks to a string of remarkable new models, including the GV80. Launched just last year, the midsize luxury SUV easily holds its own against longtime segment leaders, such as the Mercedes-Benz GLE and BMW X5. Like them, the GV80 is available with either rear- or all-wheel drive and either turbocharged four- or six-cylinder power. But where some rivals offer a variety of flavors, including fuel-efficient hybrids and sporty performance variants, the GV80 sticks to a simple formula. It’s focused squarely on comfort and refinement, which it delivers in spades. Not only does the GV80 provide a smooth and quiet ride, its roomy cabin impresses with high-quality materials and loads of standard features and tech. One thing it doesn’t do well is a third row, which is offered only on the most expensive trim levels and is cramped to boot. We suggest looking elsewhere for a three-row people hauler. But anyone in the market for a two-row luxury SUV should give the GV80 serious consideration….See More

$69,095 as shownStarting MSRP $51,295Starting Market Avg. $52,246Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Blind Spot CameraPedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingRemote Automatic ParkingStart/Stop SystemAround View CameraFront Cooled SeatsHeads-up Display (HUD)Panoramic Moonroof5 yr / 60k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

Overview

The Lincoln Aviator offers upscale design and loads of features in a family-friendly package. With a standard 400-horsepower engine and competitive pricing, it’s a compelling choice among luxury three-row SUVs. The Lincoln Aviator is a 6-seater vehicle that comes in 5 trim levels. The most popular style is the Reserve AWD, which starts at $61,400 and comes with a 3.0L V6 Twin-Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This Aviator is estimated to deliver 17 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Premium look and feel
  • Powerful turbocharged V6
  • Available plug-in hybrid

Cons

  • Third row is best for children
  • Soft handling compared to some competitors

Overall Assessment

The Aviator is a relatively new offering from Lincoln, first appearing two years ago. Based on the midsize Ford Explorer, it’s Lincoln’s second-largest vehicle, measuring some 22 inches shorter than the full-size Lincoln Navigator and about 9 inches longer than the two-row Lincoln Nautilus. Like its siblings, the Aviator distinguishes itself with luxurious good looks and plush accommodations. It carries up to seven passengers across three rows of seats, delivering a comfortable and quiet ride, not to mention strong acceleration from its potent base engine – a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6.

Higher trims also offer a plug-in hybrid powertrain capable of an estimated 21 miles of electric-only range. In keeping with the Lincoln brand, the Aviator favors luxury over sportiness, so it isn’t as athletic as some rivals, such as the Audi Q7 or the BMW X7. Instead, more like the pricier Mercedes-Benz GLE, it pampers occupants with premium materials as well as abundant features and tech….See More

$89,425 as shownStarting MSRP $52,975Starting Market Avg. $53,282Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Hands-free DoorsPower DoorsBlind Spot CameraPedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingParallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic ParkingAround View CameraFront and Rear Cooled Seats4 yr / 50k mi Basic Warranty8 yr / 100k mi Hybrid/EV WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Lincoln Aviator.All reviews42022 Acura MDX

Overview

With its spacious interior, strong performance, and comfortable ride, the new 2022 MDX elevates Acura’s level of refinement. Shoppers looking for a versatile luxury crossover SUV with the latest technology should definitely consider the MDX. The Acura MDX is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the A-Spec Package SH-AWD, which starts at $59,445 and comes with a 3.5L V6 engine and All Wheel Drive. This MDX is estimated to deliver 19 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Roomy, versatile cabin
  • Time-tested V6 with new 10-speed automatic transmission
  • Excellent ride comfort

Cons

  • Slick but challenging infotainment interface
  • Third-row seating has minimal legroom

Overall Assessment

The three-row Acura MDX is all-new for 2022 after skipping the 2021 model year altogether. As Acura’s largest SUV, it sits above the smaller two-row Acura RDX. The MDX isn’t as big as traditional three-row luxury SUVs, such as the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator. But the newly enlarged MDX is more than an inch longer than its most direct competitor, the Lexus RX 350L.

All MDXs are powered by a strong 3.5-liter V6, which is now connected to a smooth-shifting 10-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard. Acura also offers its Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD), which improves performance on both dry pavement and wet surfaces. Acura has significantly refined its interior designs and materials over the past decade, and it shows in the MDX’s rich-looking cabin. One downside is the trackpad-like infotainment system interface takes practice to use proficiently.

The MDX has long been one of the top-selling three-row luxury SUVs, and the changes to the 2022 model make it even better. It is one of the few vehicles in its class to deliver versatility, luxury, and a performance feel in a single package….See More

$53,745 as shownStarting MSRP $49,045Starting Market Avg. $50,101Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Wireless ChargingPanoramic MoonroofPower Trunk/LiftgateAdaptive Cruise ControlIn-Car WiFiForward Collision WarningAndroid AutoApple CarPlayRemote Engine Start4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Acura MDX.All reviews52021 Lincoln Navigator

Overview

The Lincoln Navigator is a plush and well-furnished full-size luxury SUV with the passenger room, cargo capacity, and power to tackle any task. It is expensive, but the build quality and materials used in the interior, combined with the class-leading capabilities, safety technology, and style, make it a top choice when it comes to full-size luxury SUVs. The Lincoln Navigator is a 8-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the Reserve 4WD, which starts at $86,860 and comes with a 3.5L V6 Twin-Turbo engine and Four Wheel Drive. This Navigator is estimated to deliver 16 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Beautifully crafted interior
  • Powerful twin-turbocharged engine
  • Class-leading tow capacity

Cons

  • Top models touch $100,000
  • Low fuel economy
  • Lagging infotainment tech features

Overall Assessment

The Lincoln Navigator is one of the most luxurious full-size SUVs available. And it comes loaded with the features and tech that buyers in this segment expect. The sumptuous interior feels right in step with this class of vehicle, too. The four-wheel independent suspension and noise-absorbing countermeasures engineered by Lincoln deliver a cocoon of comfort and quietness.

The gargantuan people-hauler is based on the Ford Expedition, which itself shares much of its mechanical makeup with the Ford F-150 pickup. So unlike crossover SUVs that are built with a car-like body and chassis, the Navigator is built like a truck with a separate body riding on a full ladder frame. With heavy construction like that, it’s not surprising that all of the Navigator’s luxuries are backed by serious capability.

The Navigator is available in two lengths, the standard model and the L, which offers a 9-inch longer wheelbase and enough cargo space to overpack for any adventure. Every Navigator has the same potent powertrain: a 450-horsepower twin-turbo V6 paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission. The Navigator’s all-wheel-drive system is optional and top models receive a low range-equipped four-wheel-drive system packaged with the heavy-duty trailer tow package. Speaking of towing, a properly equipped two-wheel-drive Navigator can move up to 8,700 pounds of trailer, which is more than any other full-size luxury SUV….See More

$87,410 as shownStarting MSRP $78,400Starting Market Avg. Avg. savings of $401 off MSRP$77,999Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Power Running BoardsPedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingParallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic ParkingStart/Stop SystemAround View CameraFront Cooled SeatsCurve Adaptive HeadlampsPanoramic Moonroof4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Lincoln Navigator.All reviews62022 Cadillac XT6

Overview

The three-row Cadillac XT6 luxury SUV seats seven passengers, but its attractive cabin isn’t as upscale as its price implies. Two engine options include a responsive V6 and available all-wheel drive, but the XT6 doesn’t have the sporty feel that some rivals offer. The Cadillac XT6 is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the Premium Luxury AWD, which starts at $56,190 and comes with a 3.6L V6 engine and All Wheel Drive. This XT6 is estimated to deliver 18 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Smooth ride
  • Roomy seating
  • Ample cargo room

Cons

  • Can’t match the performance feel of competitors
  • Cabin doesn’t feel expensive

Overall Assessment

The Cadillac XT6 was introduced as an all-new model last year. It’s a seven-passenger alternative to the larger, more expensive Cadillac Escalade. Though smaller, the XT6 has plenty of room and its third row easily accommodates two adults. Interior materials are good, but the XT6 doesn’t deliver the same superior quality of some competitors. The V6 engine is responsive, easily getting this large vehicle up to speed with a smooth, quiet ride. Front-wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is available. Packaged as a luxury SUV, the XT6 comes with many standard features, including a premium audio system and heated front seats. It’s also strong on safety with standard automatic emergency braking and lane-keeping assist.

The XT6’s competitors include the Lincoln Aviator and Acura MDX. The Aviator delivers a luxury experience at an even higher price. The MDX has similar accommodations with a more performance-oriented feel….See More

$54,190 as shownStarting MSRP $49,790Starting Market Avg. Avg. savings of $691 off MSRP$49,099Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Pedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingParallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic ParkingStart/Stop SystemCurve Adaptive HeadlampsPanoramic MoonroofHands-free Trunk/LiftgatePower Trunk/LiftgateIn-Car WiFi4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Cadillac XT6.All reviews72022 Land Rover Defender

Overview

The reborn Land Rover Defender lives up to the legend but in a thoroughly modern way, offering extreme off-road capability and unique style. The Land Rover Defender is a 5-seater vehicle that comes in 10 trim levels. The most popular style is the 110 X-Dynamic HSE, which starts at $75,350 and comes with a 3.0L I6 S/C and Turbo engine and Four Wheel Drive. This Defender is estimated to deliver 17 MPG in the city and 22 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Serious go-anywhere capability
  • Styling brings an iconic look into the present day
  • Hefty towing capacity

Cons

  • With either engine, the Defender is thirsty
  • On-road handling is far from sporty

Overall Assessment

The original Defender put Land Rover on the map, and remained in production (with updates) from the 1940s into the 2000s. However, the Defender was sold in the United States only some of that time. A wholly new version of the iconic model is a very big deal, but Land Rover has successfully brought the Defender into the present day while honoring its past. The upright styling, short overhangs, contrast-color roof, side-hinged rear door, and various other design elements are unmistakably Defender, yet the overall look is modern. Land Rover offers both two-door and four-door variants. Off-road ability is of paramount importance with this model, and the Defender delivers, substituting old-school hardware with modern technology. Despite its Herculean off-road abilities, the Defender has a suitably genteel on-road demeanor, though it isn’t as posh as a Land Rover Range Rover….See More

$74,650 as shownStarting MSRP $50,050Starting Market Avg. $52,180Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Hill Descent AssistWireless ChargingStart/Stop SystemAround View CameraFront Cooled SeatsPanoramic MoonroofAdaptive Cruise ControlForward Collision WarningAndroid Auto4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Land Rover Defender.All reviews82022 Volvo XC90 Recharge

Overview

The Volvo XC90 has received praise for its Scandinavian style and luxury, and now, with the new XC90 Recharge hitting the market, it adds fuel-efficient to its long line of plaudits. Under the hood is a plug-in hybrid powertrain that produces an impressive 400 horsepower while achieving 55 MPGe combined. There’s also 18 miles of all-electric range. Inside, the Recharge has the same gorgeous cabin as the regular XC90, seating for up to seven. The Volvo XC90 Recharge is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the Inscription 7-Passenger, which starts at $72,195 and comes with a Plug-In Hybrid 2.0L I4 S/C and Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This XC90 Recharge is estimated to deliver 27 MPG combined.Configure a new car

Pros

  • A plug-in flagship with seating for seven
  • Volvo’s state-of-the-art safety tech
  • Roomy and well-crafted cabin
  • Great for four-season driving

Cons

  • Not as fun to drive as some competitors
  • Infotainment system is a bit complex
  • Tiny cargo area with back seats in place

Overall Assessment

The Volvo XC90 is one of the best SUVs in its segment, and the all-new Recharge variant delivers PHEV efficiency on top of its other strengths. There’s room inside for up to seven people, with interior amenities and comfort rivaling some more expensive vehicles. The XC90 is built for winter weather, too. All-wheel drive comes standard, as does Volvo’s sturdy build quality and practical demeanor. The XC90 Recharge gives the biggest Volvo SUV a welcome infusion of power as well, with 400 horses on tap. It may not be the sportiest or the most affordable luxury crossover, but the XC90 Recharge seeks to do it all for eco-conscious customers….See More

$72,195 as shownStarting MSRP $65,895Starting Market Avg. Avg. savings of $221 off MSRP$65,674Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Hill Descent AssistPedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingStart/Stop SystemFront Cooled SeatsCurve Adaptive HeadlampsPanoramic MoonroofHands-free Trunk/Liftgate4 yr / 50k mi Basic Warranty8 yr / 100k mi Hybrid/EV WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Volvo XC90 Recharge.All reviews92022 BMW X7

Overview

With its commanding ride height, cutting-edge technology, and plush comfort, the BMW X7 has the features shoppers expect from a full-size luxury SUV, plus a sporty demeanor. Its three-row interior is filled with high-quality materials and safety aids, and the driver-focused cockpit centers around dual 12.3-inch displays. Underfoot are all-wheel-drive and an air suspension. Available high-performance engines offer outstanding driving performance. The BMW X7 is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the xDrive40i, which starts at $75,895 and comes with a 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This X7 is estimated to deliver 19 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Tranquil and ultra-luxurious cabin
  • Performance trims are fun to drive
  • Advanced driver technology comes included

Cons

  • Less interior legroom than competitors
  • Small cargo capacity with seats in place

Overall Assessment

The BMW X7 is an excellent choice for shoppers wanting a stately and luxurious SUV that can accelerate and corner better than rivals. Its three powertrain choices include twin-turbo V8 engines with astonishing speed. BMW employs cutting-edge technology like a multi-link suspension, adjustable air springs, and available active steering to help the sizable X7 maneuver like a smaller vehicle. Whichever powertrain one goes with, the BMW provides smooth power delivery and an absorbent ride. Cabin insulation is impressive, and outside noise is rarely heard. Some rivals have more interior legroom and cargo space, while others offer greater off-road capabilities. But for shoppers who want the rare full-size SUV that’s also fun to drive, few can match the on-road performance of the BMW X7….See More

$100,795 as shownStarting MSRP $75,895Starting Market Avg. $76,916Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Pedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingParallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic ParkingStart/Stop SystemAround View CameraHeads-up Display (HUD)Panoramic MoonroofHands-free Trunk/LiftgatePower Trunk/Liftgate4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for BMW X7.All reviews102022 Tesla Model Y

Overview

The Tesla Model Y is a 5-seater vehicle that comes in 1 trim levels. The most popular style is the Long Range AWD, which starts at $60,190 and comes with an Electric engine and All Wheel Drive. This Model Y is estimated to deliver 127 MPGe in the city and 117 MPGe on the highway.Starting MSRP $60,190Build & Price

Feature Highlights

Pedestrian DetectionAround View CameraPanoramic MoonroofPower Trunk/LiftgateAdaptive Cruise Control w/Stop and GoIn-Car WiFiForward Collision WarningRemote Engine Start4 yr / 50k mi Basic Warranty8 yr / 120k mi Hybrid/EV WarrantySee full specs

Overview

With potent engines and responsive handling, the BMW X5 is an SUV with an emphasis on “sport.” A spacious, upscale interior and loads of tech round out the package and help to justify its hefty price. The BMW X5 is a 5-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the xDrive40i, which starts at $63,895 and comes with a 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This X5 is estimated to deliver 21 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Well-appointed cabin with easy-to-use tech
  • Powerful engines
  • Engaging to drive

Cons

  • Cramped third row
  • Stiff ride with sport suspension
  • Low fuel economy from plug-in hybrid (once batteries are depleted)

Overall Assessment

The X5 is BMW’s midsize luxury SUV, slotting in between the compact BMW X3 and the full-size BMW X7. Now in its fourth generation (which debuted in 2019), the X5 has evolved into a well-rounded vehicle that combines rewarding performance, feature-rich accommodations, and loads of utility in a handsome, if understated, design. Inside the upscale cabin, there’s a spacious cargo area as well as plenty of room for five adults. Two more can fit in the optional third row, but it’s suitable mainly for children. Under the hood is where the X5 really shines. Unlike many competitors, including the Mercedes-Benz GLE and the Audi Q7, even the base X5 features six-cylinder power — in this case, BMW’s smooth-revving turbocharged inline-six, which churns out 335 horsepower. Of its European rivals, only the more expensive Porsche Cayenne can match that, with its standard 335-hp V6. The X5 offers an optional turbocharged 523-hp V8 for even more fireworks, while a plug-in hybrid rounds out the choices and delivers up to 30 miles of pure electric range….See More

$63,895 as shownStarting MSRP $61,595Starting Market Avg. $62,014Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Pedestrian DetectionStart/Stop SystemPanoramic MoonroofPower Trunk/LiftgateForward Collision WarningApple CarPlayRear Parking SensorsLane Keep AssistFront Heated Seats4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

Overview

The Land Rover Discovery is a potent SUV for people who don’t flinch at going off-road, but want a crossover that handles well in town. Although its interior is elegant and its powertrains strong, the Discovery is let down by a tippy, hobby-horse ride. The Land Rover Discovery is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the S R-Dynamic P360, which starts at $64,450 and comes with a 3.0L I6 S/C and Turbo engine and Four Wheel Drive. This Discovery is estimated to deliver 18 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Impressive list of standard features
  • Luxurious interior
  • Excellent off-road capabilities

Cons

  • Overly firm ride
  • Below average fuel economy
  • Ponderous infotainment

Overall Assessment

Land Rover nomenclature can be confusing, so let’s clear up one thing: The Land Rover Discovery midsize-SUV is different from the smaller Land Rover Discovery Sport. The Discovery has a more powerful engine, more towing capacity, and more cargo space than the Sport. And as you might expect, the Discovery starts about $12,000 higher than the Sport.

Keep in mind that Land Rover offers four SUVs with similar dimensions: The versatile Discovery, the sleek and sexy Range Rover Velar, the dynamic Range Rover Sport, and the off-road-minded Defender 110. Each model has varying degrees of on- and off-road performance to go along with their luxurious interiors. The Discovery distinguishes itself with the most versatile interior as its three rows of seating can be reconfigured to accommodate a wide range of passengers and cargo. There are numerous competitors in this segment, including the Acura MDXBMW X5, and Mercedes-Benz GLE….See More

$71,650 as shownStarting MSRP $56,350Starting Market Avg. $58,039Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Running BoardsHill Descent AssistParallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic ParkingStart/Stop SystemAround View CameraFront Cooled SeatsPanoramic MoonroofHands-free Trunk/LiftgatePower Trunk/Liftgate4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Land Rover Discovery.All reviews132022 Audi SQ7

Overview

Equipped with a robust V8 engine, this Audi SQ7 midsize crossover is shockingly quick and engaging to drive. Its seven-passenger cabin has top-quality materials throughout, but buyers looking for a useful third row will be disappointed. The Audi SQ7 is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the Premium Plus, which starts at $89,695 and comes with a 4.0L V8 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This SQ7 is estimated to deliver 15 MPG in the city and 21 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Elegant cabin with top-quality materials
  • Exceptional acceleration from standard V8 engine
  • Smooth and precise handling

Cons

  • Limited cargo capacity
  • Cramped third row

Overall Assessment

The Audi SQ7 is a high-performance version of Audi’s largest SUV, the Audi Q7 midsize crossover. Its most notable upgrade is the standard, 500-horsepower V8 engine that is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. It makes this SUV quicker in a straight line than many sports cars. The three-row SQ7 seats seven people inside a refined cabin packed with safety and technology. The only areas where it comes up short are third-row comfort and cargo space, both of which are average at best.

The BMW X5 M provides even more power but at an even higher price. The Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 S also boasts more power than the SQ7 and has a six-figure price tag, but it also offers substantially more cargo room….See MoreStarting MSRP $89,695Starting Market Avg. $92,961Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Hill Descent AssistWireless ChargingAround View CameraFront Cooled SeatsHeads-up Display (HUD)Panoramic MoonroofHands-free Trunk/LiftgatePower Trunk/LiftgateAdaptive Cruise Control4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Audi SQ7.All reviews142022 Mercedes-Benz GLS

Overview

If anyone wants a hulking, opulently equipped seven-seat SUV that handles like it’s two sizes smaller, the Mercedes GLS is your answer. Some of its technology is frustrating to use, and you have to pay up for the best options. But there are few SUVs of its size that are enjoyable as a daily driver. The Mercedes-Benz GLS is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 1 trim levels. The most popular style is the GLS 450 4MATIC, which starts at $78,900 and comes with a 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This GLS is estimated to deliver 18 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Surprisingly nimble for its size
  • Plenty of passenger room in all three rows
  • Extremely smooth and quiet engine

Cons

  • User interface isn’t always intuitive
  • Only one engine available

Overall Assessment

The Mercedes-Benz GLS is a full-size three-row SUV that blends all the luxury of the brand’s legendary sedans into a more family-friendly SUV package. It’s a beast of a vehicle in terms of size, but it actually feels much smaller from behind the wheel. The substantial dimensions deliver excellent passenger space inside, and even the third row is usable by more than just children. As the most expensive of Mercedes’ SUVs, the GLS is lavishly outfitted with premium materials throughout and a long list of standard features, including two huge digital displays that dominate the dashboard. It’s a pretty slick setup, but the functionality isn’t always easy to grasp. There’s a decent amount of cargo room behind the third-row seats and plenty more with the seats folded down, so the GLS is well equipped to handle most family-sized adventures. Competitors include the BMW X7Cadillac Escalade, and Lincoln Navigator, all of which come standard with three rows of seating, powerful engines, and long lists of standard features….See MoreStarting MSRP $78,900Starting Market Avg. $83,679Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Blind Spot CameraHill Descent AssistPedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingParallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic ParkingStart/Stop SystemAround View CameraFront Cooled SeatsCurve Adaptive Headlamps4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Mercedes-Benz GLS.All reviews152022 Volvo XC90

Overview

The Volvo XC90 combines elegant Swedish design, luxurious accommodations, and advanced safety tech into a highly appealing — though not very sporty — midsize family hauler. The Volvo XC90 is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the T6 Momentum 7-Passenger AWD, which starts at $59,395 and comes with a 2.0L I4 S/C and Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This XC90 is estimated to deliver 19 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Posh styling inside and out
  • Excellent tech and safety features
  • Comfy ride with available air suspension

Cons

  • Third row best suited for children
  • No performance variant

Overall Assessment

The current XC90, Volvo’s largest and only three-row SUV, turned many heads when it first appeared back in 2016. Its high-end, modern appearance seemed to be straight out of Dwell magazine. And it looks just as sharp today, which speaks volumes about its design quality. Fortunately, that beauty is not just skin-deep. The seven-seater is also packed with high-end features, including adaptive cruise control, navigation, and a panoramic sunroof, all standard.

Under the hood, the base turbocharged 250-horsepower engine offers reasonable motivation, plus as much as 30 miles per gallon on the highway. Those seeking more oomph can find it with the optional engine, which adds a supercharger and 66 additional ponies. A plug-in hybrid version, the Volvo XC90 Recharge, is also available as a separate model. The handsome Swede provides a comfortable ride, especially when fitted with the optional air suspension, no matter which engine you choose.

Unlike some racier SUVs, such as the Porsche Cayenne], the XC90 is not particularly athletic. But in typical Volvo fashion, it boasts a full suite of active-safety features as standard equipment, not to mention top marks in most safety ratings….See More

$59,395 as shownStarting MSRP $51,995Starting Market Avg. Avg. savings of $788 off MSRP$51,208Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Hill Descent AssistPedestrian DetectionWireless ChargingStart/Stop SystemCurve Adaptive HeadlampsPanoramic MoonroofHands-free Trunk/LiftgatePower Trunk/LiftgateAdaptive Cruise Control4 yr / 50k mi Basic WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Volvo XC90.All reviews162022 Lexus RX

Overview

The Lexus RX is one of the best luxury crossovers in its class thanks to a comfortable cabin, solid performance, and impeccable build quality. None of those things make it fun to drive, however, so if driving satisfaction is a top priority there are better options. The Lexus RX is a 6-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the RX 350L FWD, which starts at $49,475 and comes with a 3.5L V6 engine and Front Wheel Drive. This RX is estimated to deliver 19 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Spacious and luxurious cabin
  • Refined ride that remains comfortable on rough roads
  • Impressive fuel economy from hybrid model

Cons

  • RXL model’s third row doesn’t provide much extra passenger room
  • Driving experience is dull, even in F Sport models
  • User interface is less intuitive than competing systems

Overall Assessment

The Lexus RX is positioned in the heart of the midsize-luxury crossover segment. With available two- and three-row configurations, gas and hybrid drivetrains, and a car-like ride quality, the RX delivers a desirable combination of comfort and refinement. The standard V6 in the gas models has plenty of power, while the hybrid setup earns impressive fuel mileage around town. An available F Sport package gives the RX a sharper edge, but it’s still not enough to deliver an exhilarating driving experience. There’s plenty of room for five passengers in the standard two-row RX, but the RXL model’s third row is a tight fit. High-quality materials and exceptional build quality make for an impressively luxurious cabin, and recent upgrades make it easier to use the long list of technology features. Buyers who prefer a sportier feel should consider competitors such as the BMW X5 or Mercedes-Benz GLE. Other notable competitors include the Genesis GV80 and Lincoln Aviator….See More

$58,735 as shownStarting MSRP $46,645Starting Market Avg. $47,261Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Pedestrian DetectionStart/Stop SystemFront Cooled SeatsPower Trunk/LiftgateAdaptive Cruise ControlIn-Car WiFiForward Collision WarningAndroid Auto4 yr / 50k mi Basic Warranty8 yr / 100k mi Hybrid/EV WarrantySee full specs

See owner reviews for Lexus RX.All reviews172022 Mercedes-Benz GLE

Overview

The Mercedes-Benz GLE is a midsize-luxury SUV that’s universally competent. It has a sumptuous interior, poised handling, and the most innovative tech and convenience features money can buy. Also, its cabin is spacious, except for the tight third row. The Mercedes-Benz GLE is a 5-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the GLE 350 4MATIC, which starts at $59,700 and comes with a 2.0L I4 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This GLE is estimated to deliver 19 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway.

Pros

  • Roomy first- and second-row seats
  • Magnificent cabin
  • Lots of cargo space

Cons

  • Cramped optional third-row seat
  • Competing models have more horsepower

Overall Assessment

Mercedes-Benz is synonymous with a particular type of automotive luxury, and the 2022 GLE embodies the brand’s most admirable attributes. The GLE is well-rounded and exceptional in most respects; its ride quality is the ultimate in refinement, and its cabin is roomy and opulent. Additionally, there’s ample room for cargo. And the GLE provides state-of-the-art amenities that keep you informed and entertained.

However, top-notch luxury is expensive. The GLE costs more than rivals like the Lexus RX and Volvo XC90. And space in this SUV’s optional third row is tight — though, to be fair, this is true of other sport utility vehicles in this class. All things considered, the GLE represents the best of the best in a talented segment….See More

$64,550 as shownStarting MSRP $57,200Starting Market Avg. $58,905Build & PriceView New Inventory

Feature Highlights

Parallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic ParkingStart/Stop SystemHands-free Trunk/LiftgatePower Trunk/LiftgateIn-Car WiFiRemote Engine StartFront and Rear Parking SensorsFront Heated SeatsMoonroofBlind Spot SystemSee full specs

See owner reviews for Mercedes-Benz GLE.All reviews182022 Audi Q7

Overview

Luxury SUVs can be both relaxing and exciting, and the three-row Audi Q7 packs a ton of technology and driving performance into its sleek body. Its leather-upholstered interior has intuitive tech features and top-notch build. The Q7 has impressive handling for an SUV its size, and drivers will find it enjoyable to drive. Standard all-wheel-drive provides extra peace of mind. The Audi Q7 is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the Premium Plus 55, which starts at $63,695 and comes with a 3.0L V6 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This Q7 is estimated to deliver 18 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway.Configure a new car

Pros

  • Plush and roomy three-row cabin
  • Sporty powertrains
  • Excellent craftsmanship

Cons

  • Fuel economy could be better
  • Small cargo area

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