X-Small SUVs

Extra-small SUVs are the smallest and least expensive crossovers you can buy, pairing an elevated driving position with excellent maneuverability. Cost-cutting is sometimes apparent, but top-trim versions can feel surprisingly upscale.
2020 Mazda CX-30
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Introduced in 2020

Mazda CX-30

MSRP
$21,900 - $29,600
Edmunds Rating
7.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
26 - 28
2020 Hyundai Kona
2
Introduced in 2018

Hyundai Kona

MSRP
$20,300 - $29,350
Edmunds Rating
7.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
27 - 30
2020 Kia Soul
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Redesigned in 2020

Kia Soul

MSRP
$17,490 - $27,490
Edmunds Rating
7.8 out of 10
Combined MPG
27 - 30


Small SUVs

Small SUVs are among the hottest vehicles in today's market, thanks to virtues like reasonable pricing, excellent versatility and a just-right size. They've even begun to supplant midsize sedans as a sensible family vehicle.
1
Redesigned in 2017

Honda CR-V

MSRP
$25,050 - $34,750
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
29 - 30
2
Redesigned in 2017

Mazda CX-5

MSRP
$25,190 - $37,155
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
24 - 28
3
Redesigned in 2016

Hyundai Tucson

MSRP
$23,550 - $33,300
Edmunds Rating
8.0 out of 10
Combined MPG
23 - 25

Small 3-row SUVs

If you need a lot of seats on a tight budget, a small three-row SUV might be a good fit. The third row will be cramped for anyone larger than a child, and there's not much cargo room with the third row deployed, but it's nice to have the option.

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1
Redesigned in 2016

Kia Sorento

Three-row seating is now standard on the Kia Sorento, which is slightly big for a compact SUV but gets high marks for comfort and technology features. Higher trims get pricey, but they come with everything you'd want in a modern family hauler.
MSRP
$26990 - $41890
Edmunds Rating
7.6 out of 10
Combined MPG
20 - 25
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2
Redesigned in 2018

Volkswagen Tiguan

With optional seating for seven and lots of advanced safety and technology features, the Volkswagen Tiguan earns a top rank among a small group of compact three-row SUVs. A thirsty engine and stumbling transmission hurt the Tiguan's overall appeal compared to other compact SUVs.
MSRP
$24945 - $38795
Edmunds Rating
7.3 out of 10
Combined MPG
23 - 25
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3
Redesigned in 2014

Mitsubishi Outlander

The Mitsubishi Outlander is roomy and straightforward, with some good tech features and the option to add some basic all-terrain capability. There are definite shortcomings, though, including an unrefined driving experience and subpar build quality.
MSRP
$24895 - $33745
Edmunds Rating
6.6 out of 10
Combined MPG
22 - 27

Midsize SUVs

For growing families or frequent road trippers, midsize SUVs make a lot of sense. They have a larger back seat and more cargo room than their smaller siblings, while some models offer off-road variants for buyers in search of something different.

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1
Redesigned in 2019

Honda Passport

The top-ranked Honda Passport is one of the most versatile midsize SUVs in the market. It exudes athletic qualities but also delivers a comfortable ride, tons of passenger and cargo space, and a good list of standard features. Put this at the top of your list.
MSRP
$31990 - $43780
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 22
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2
Redesigned in 2019

Hyundai Santa Fe

The Hyundai Santa Fe impresses with its design and usability. It's loaded with infotainment and safety goodies, and its taut suspension helps it handle curves well. A weak base engine and mediocre fuel economy are its only real downsides.
MSRP
$26275 - $39575
Edmunds Rating
7.8 out of 10
Combined MPG
22 - 25
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3
Redesigned in 2020

Subaru Outback

The Subaru Outback offers excellent ground clearance and capable all-wheel drive. It's a go-anywhere vehicle with car-like driving qualities on paved roads, making it a more versatile choice than many SUV competitors.
MSRP
$26645 - $39695
Edmunds Rating
7.6 out of 10
Combined MPG
26 - 29

Midsize 3-row SUVs

Midsize three-row SUVs provide lots of utility at a reasonable price. Expect advanced safety features, too, along with capable acceleration when you need it.

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1
Introduced in 2020

Kia Telluride

The Kia Telluride is our top pick for a midsize three-row SUV. Its upscale cabin is quiet, comfortable and thoughtfully designed. It comes packed with standard features and tech, and it even has adult-friendly third-row seating. For the money, there are few more appealing ways to move seven or eight people.
MSRP
$31890 - $43790
Edmunds Rating
8.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 23
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2
Introduced in 2020

Hyundai Palisade

The Hyundai Palisade might be new to the competitive three-row SUV segment, but it's already putting its competition on notice. Packed with value, comfort, and capability throughout its trim levels, the Palisade is a great pick for a family SUV.
MSRP
$31975 - $46825
Edmunds Rating
8.2 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 22
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3
Redesigned in 2016

Honda Pilot

The Honda Pilot just makes things easy, from driving long distances to carrying a lot of people and stuff. With a smooth ride, plentiful features and smart packaging, this SUV has a lot of strengths.
MSRP
$32250 - $49920
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
22 - 23

Large SUVs

Large SUVs are classic utility vehicles. These truck-based workhorses can tow a boat and transport a family of eight at the same time. Fuel economy is predictably forgettable, but if maximum versatility is what you need, these big rigs deliver.

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1
Redesigned in 2018

Ford Expedition

The Ford Expedition marries excellent design with a capable truck platform. It can seat up to eight and tow more than 9,000 pounds. Inside, the Expedition can be outfitted with all the features and toys you'd expect from a luxury vehicle.
MSRP
$48990 - $80110
Edmunds Rating
7.7 out of 10
Combined MPG
18 - 20
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2
Redesigned in 2015

GMC Yukon XL

The GMC Yukon XL's nine-passenger capacity and formidable towing power make it ideal for large families and recreational activities. But the traditional body-on-frame design takes a toll on maneuverability, fuel economy and ride comfort.
MSRP
$52400 - $72500
Edmunds Rating
7.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
16 - 18
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2
Redesigned in 2008

Toyota Land Cruiser

The Toyota Land Cruiser is one of the most off-road-capable SUVs you can find, and it also exhibits the kind of build quality that makes luxury manufacturers turn green. Mediocre interior versatility and a stunning price tag limit its broader appeal.
MSRP
$85415 - $87745
Edmunds Rating
7.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
14


X-Small luxury SUVs

Extra-small luxury SUVs offer a prestigious badge at an affordable price. They don't always deliver luxury-grade comfort and performance, but a few gems stand out.

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1
Introduced in 2020

Mercedes-Benz GLB-Class

The GLB's boxy shape gives it a distinctively rugged look while providing ample passenger and cargo space for its size. Throw in some of the best technology available on the market, and you've got one outstanding luxury SUV.
MSRP
$36600 - $38600
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
26
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2
Redesigned in 2019

Audi Q3

The Audi Q3 delivers pleasing performance and a comfortable and quiet ride. You'll also like its upcale interior and wealth of upscale features.
MSRP
$34700 - $42900
Edmunds Rating
7.8 out of 10
Combined MPG
22
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3
Introduced in 2019

Volvo XC40

Volvo's all-new subcompact XC40 SUV inherits the brand's familial good looks and packs a lot of charm into a small package, but it isn't without its faults. Front seat ergonomics and the touchscreen interface could be a dealbreaker for some, yet this is certainly one of the segment's standouts.
MSRP
$33700 - $42450
Edmunds Rating
7.8 out of 10
Combined MPG
25 - 27

Small luxury SUVs

Small luxury SUVs cost more than their extra-small counterparts, but the adage about getting what you pay for is true. These crossovers typically offer a more comfortable ride, nicer materials and better performance, as well as a larger cabin, of course.

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1
Introduced in 2016

Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class

The Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class sets a high bar for compact luxury SUVs with its elegant cabin and balanced dynamics. It offers an extensive list of luxury features and a variety of available engines, but any GLC model should be a pleasure to drive.
MSRP
$40700 - $70800
Edmunds Rating
8.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
18 - 25
RankVehicleAdditional Information
2
Redesigned in 2018

Volvo XC60

The XC60 is a sharp-looking SUV with a modern, clean interior that gives it immediate luxury appeal. The ultra-refined interior is perhaps a step ahead of the ride quality, but in the final tally, the XC60 is one of the most compelling entrants in this segment.
MSRP
$40150 - $69500
Edmunds Rating
7.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
22 - 26
RankVehicleAdditional Information
3
Redesigned in 2019

Acura RDX

The Acura RDX differentiates itself from the competition with edgy styling, a comfortable interior and a long list of standard features. It offers a strong engine and sharp handling, but it isn't quite as posh or elegant as more expensive luxury rivals.
MSRP
$37800 - $47900
Edmunds Rating
7.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
23 - 24

Midsize luxury SUVs

Midsize luxury SUVs generally provide stout performance, the latest in luxury options and lots of space for passengers and cargo. Also included here is a new sub-class of SUV "coupes," which sacrifice practicality for style.

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1
Redesigned in 2020

Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class

The new Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class is a significant step forward from its predecessor and a class leader in several respects. Materials quality and design are second to none, and the excellent MBUX tech interface sets a new industry standard.
MSRP
$53700 - $77600
Edmunds Rating
8.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
19 - 22
RankVehicleAdditional Information
2
Redesigned in 2019

Porsche Cayenne

This Cayenne an athlete among luxury SUVs, and its comprehensive lineup ranges from a green-cred plug-in hybrid to a sports-car-beating all-star with a turbo V8. It's an intriguing choice for shoppers whose life circumstances preclude a 911.
MSRP
$66800 - $164400
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
17 - 21
RankVehicleAdditional Information
3
Redesigned in 2019

BMW X5

The BMW X5's advanced interior, sharp new technology and tidy road manners help make it one of the top luxury SUVs you'll want to consider this year.
MSRP
$58900 - $82150
Edmunds Rating
8.0 out of 10
Combined MPG
18 - 23

Midsize 3-row luxury SUVs

Midsize luxury three-row SUVs typically offer seating for seven, or six if you spring for second-row captain's chairs. Make sure to bring the family along for the test drive; it's not unusual to find that the third row is tight for taller children or adults.

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1
Redesigned in 2017

Audi Q7

The Audi Q7's combination of performance, comfort, high technology and value is hard to beat. With an impeccably-built interior and sharp reflexes on the road, the Q7 is rewarding to both drivers and passengers. It could stand a bit more cargo and third-row passenger space, though.
MSRP
$53550 - $68700
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
21
RankVehicleAdditional Information
2
Redesigned in 2014

Acura MDX

The Acura MDX is a pragmatic choice, with a standard third-row seat and generous feature content at an attractive price. The are more luxurious and sportier options, but the MDX does just about everything well.
MSRP
$44500 - $61750
Edmunds Rating
8.0 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 27
RankVehicleAdditional Information
3
Redesigned in 2020

Lincoln Aviator

The new Aviator could be a prime pick for a three-row luxury SUV. Its distinctive styling, upscale interior and available hybrid model are big improvements compared to Lincoln SUVs of the recent past.
MSRP
$51100 - $87800
Edmunds Rating
7.7 out of 10
Combined MPG
20 - 23

Large luxury SUVs

In terms of road presence, there's nothing quite like a large luxury SUV. With plenty of seating and strong towing abilities, these behemoths are as functional as they are impressive. Not many other vehicles offer quilted leather upholstery along with underbody protection for serious off-roading.

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1
Redesigned in 2020

Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

The Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class is a fancy people- and gear-hauler that combines luxury DNA with a princely ride, remarkable performance and a commodious interior.
MSRP
$75200 - $97800
Edmunds Rating
8.6 out of 10
Combined MPG
18 - 21
RankVehicleAdditional Information
2
Redesigned in 2018

Lincoln Navigator

The Navigator is built to impress, from its incredible tow rating to its plush interior, expansive cargo space and full suite of modern technology features. This is a very convincing luxury ride.
MSRP
$76185 - $100335
Edmunds Rating
8.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
18 - 19
RankVehicleAdditional Information
3
Introduced in 2019

BMW X7

BMW's biggest SUV, the three-row X7 strikes an optimal balance of luxury, performance and refinement that should please shoppers, drivers and passengers alike
MSRP
$73900 - $99600
Edmunds Rating
7.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
17 - 22


Super luxury SUVs

Planning to star in a music video? You've come to the right place. Superlux SUVs are the fanciest of the fancy. They're designed for shoppers who demand the best, no matter the price.

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1
Introduced in 2017

Bentley Bentayga

For now, the Bentley Bentayga is at the top of the heap when it comes to luxury, underpinned by powerful engines and some tricky off-road gear. It has access to all of Bentley's bespoke coachbuilding options, including an optional clock that costs only slightly less than the average house.
MSRP
$156900 - $235700
Edmunds Rating
7.7 out of 10
Combined MPG
14 - 19
RankVehicleAdditional Information
2
Redesigned in 2019

Mercedes-Benz G-Class

Built with the precision of a military rifle but none of the singularity of purpose, the G-Class relies on style and emotion to justify its price rather than planning or execution.
MSRP
$130900 - $156450
Edmunds Rating
7.0 out of 10
Combined MPG
14
RankVehicleAdditional Information
3
Redesigned in 2013

Land Rover Range Rover

The Range Rover is the one that made the luxury SUV a thing in the first place. Today's Range is a go-anywhere vehicle that can also meet the most demanding luxury standards. It's not perfect, but it's undeniably impressive.
MSRP
$90900 - $209500
Edmunds Rating
6.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
15 - 24


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2021 New Ford Bronco Reveal

2021 New Ford Bronco Reveal

SPEAKER 1: three and a half years ago, Ford teased with the Bronco logo at the Detroit Auto Show, a vehicle they haven't produced in over 20 years. Well, the wait is over. And not only do we have one Bronco, we have three. [MUSIC PLAYING] We have the two-door Bronco, the four-door Bronco, and the Bronco Sport, which is based off of the Escape. The main Bronco will go on sale in the beginning of 2021 while the Bronco's Sport will be available near the end of 2020. Of course, style is one of the biggest draws for the Bronco. And it has a ton of it, especially when we talk about the cool retro heritage that comes with the original first gen Bronco. First off, we have this one-piece grille and the round headlight styling. That is unmistakable Bronco styling. And quite honestly, I love it. We also have very, very short overhangs that gives it a very steep approach angle as well as in the back with the departure angles. Now, modularity is going to be a word that comes up a lot in this video because almost everything you see here is removable or modifiable. These rails right here are very sturdy, easily removable, but they give you a very good indication of where the corners are when you're off roading. Throughout the side, we also have big, featureless kind of door panels if we had doors. But the key here, too, is it's very quick to remove the doors. It's one bolt that goes through the hinge, pretty smart and a lot easier than pulling doors off of a Wrangler. Further down, we have a lot more heritage traits coming in. But most importantly, it looks great. The rear 3/4 looks fantastic with these upright tail lights and with a tire mounted on the rear gate. Now, I don't have full specs yet, so I'm going to send that forward to future Mark. As you probably can tell, I was rushed for time and short on information when I was checking out the Broncos in Michigan. But I'm home now. And I have a lot more to share with you, at least all the information we have so far. So let's start with specs. The two-door and four-door Broncos will be body-on-frame SUVs, which means they're built a lot like a pickup truck. They should have better off road and towing capabilities than the typical modern crossover SUV. The two door has seating for four while the four door has seating for five. The base engine will be a 2.3-liter turbo-charged four cylinder that makes 270 horsepower and 310 lb feet of torque. Not all that impressive, but there will be an upgrade. There will be a 2.7-liter turbo-charged V6 that's good for 310 horsepower and 400 pound feet of torque. Now, that sounds a lot more appropriate, especially for the four-door Bronco. At the moment, there is no word or even a hint that there will be a hybrid-electric variant. But one could hope. The big news as far as I see it is transmissions because the base transmission will be a seven-speed manual transmission. You heard right, a stick shift in the Bronco. But get this. The seventh speed will be a dedicated crawl gear. Brilliant! How cool will that be? Unfortunately, that transmission will only be offered on the base four-cylinder engine. The V6 will get a 10-speed automatic, which will also be optional on the four cylinder. As a proper offroader, these Broncos will come standard with a two-speed transfer case. There is also an option for an electromechanical transfer case. The front suspension gets AA arms while the rear is a solid-axle multilink setup. Both get coilovers and Bilstein shocks. There will be several trims and packages available with awesome-sounding names like Big Ben, Black Diamond, Outer Banks, Badlands, and Wild Track. There's even one called Sasquatch, which comes with beadlock capable wheels. Rad. Some of these may alter the Bronco's off-road capabilities for better or worse. But even in base form, the specs are strong. Add in the available 35-inch all-terrain tires, and those specs get downright impressive. In base form, the Bronco will have 8.4 inches of ground clearance. Approach angle is 35 and 1/2 degrees. Break over is 21.1 degrees. And departure angle is 29.8 degrees. If you opt for the 35-inch all-terrain tires, ground clearance claims to an impressive 11.6 inches. Approach angle increases to 43.2. Break over's 29 degrees. And departure angle is 37.2 degrees. And with a Sasquatch package, maximum fording depth comes to 33 and 1/2 inches. Wow. Because I was so rushed in Michigan when I was taking a look at those Broncos, I want to take a little more time to go over all the details. And there are a ton of them. They all add up to something pretty amazing. Now, starting from the front, let's talk about that grill. It is, obviously, a nod to the first generation Bronco from 1966, the one-piece horizontal grill with two round headlights on either side. Just above those headlights are some cool cleats. Now, those cleats can be used as tie downs for whatever you want to secure to the hood rather than using tow straps that go from a bumper, pass the headlights, onto the hood because those straps will block some of the forward line that you have available to you. Those cleats also serve as limb lifters or limb risers. So if you're off roading through some dense woods, put a cable between that and the top of the windshield, and they'll gently lift some of that vegetation right out of the way. There's also a very cool detail within those cleats. And that is the shape of the grille itself-- two dots with a horizontal bar between them. It's a nice little touch. But it also serves a purpose. We can still secure stuff with a nylon strap through that slot while also using the limb lifters through one of the round holes. You'll also notice at the top of the fender is a tiny little peak. And that's also a nod to the original first-generation Bronco that had these kind of almost fins that go from nose to tail. If you were to look at the classic Lincoln Continental, it has something similar with that fin that goes the entire length of the vehicle. Not only is it a nice little aesthetic touch, but it also serves a purpose. It gives the driver a much better indication of where the corners are on the vehicle. If you've ever driven an old classic car with tail fins, you know what I'm talking about. There are even cool details about the mirrors. You might notice that they're not mounted to the doors. And we'll get to that in a bit. They're mounted to the hood, that section just between the hood and the windshield. Now, there are several benefits there, too. First off, when you remove the doors on the Bronco, that means you still have mirrors. And integrated into those mirrors are a lot of the surround view and off-road capable cameras. So you're not going to lose anything by taking off the doors except, well, you know, protection. Also at the top of the windshield, you might see these two little tabs. If you pop those open, underneath will be two hard mounting points. Now, that means you can mount anything you want up there. Whether it's a light bar or a big heavy rack, it can handle it. A few months ago, a few pictures of the Bronco leaked online. And the Bronco faithful had a few objections, notably the black plastic fenders that were shown. But I will say that they're very quickly mobile with some quick release tabs underneath. So within a matter of seconds, not minutes, you can pull them off and hit the trails. Another cool detail are the torque bolts that seem to hold everything together on the Bronco. There's this very cool embossed Ford logo in it. Now, that's a throwback to the World War II era when Ford was building jeeps for the war effort. Now, they distinguished the Ford build jeeps from everyone else with a slight little F, Ford, on their bolts. I like details like that. Further down the vehicle are the doors which are, obviously, removable. But unlike the Jeep Wrangler, these doors are removable with a single long bolt. It has an added bonus-- they're coupe like doors, which means they don't have these roof pillars attached to them. So here's the kicker. When you roll the windows down and remove the door, it can fit inside the car if you have the option for stowable doors. They also built in clever handholds right where you would normally try to grab it because they're not particularly light either. So with the handholds at the corners, you should be able to get it into the back of the Bronco with a little less effort. Also removable are roof panels. And when you do remove them, you have a straight shot right up to the sky. There's no big bar kind of blocking your view. You can literally stand up in the front seats and look out the top just like Safari style. Sign me up. In the back, there is a side-hinged rear gate. But if you ask me, it's hinged on the wrong side, at least for the US, where we drive on the right side of the road. That means if you're parked on the street, in order to load anything into the cargo area, you'll have to do it from the driver's side of the car. I brought that up to the Ford designer. And he was very quick to respond that, if it was hinged on the left side, that means you're opening that gate into traffic, leaving yourself open to the possibility that someone might drive right into it. So I'll give him that one. As for the interior of the Broncos, they are just as cool. Keep in mind that wherever you see one of these torque bolts, it's an indication that whatever it's mounted on is removable. And that goes for those handhelds that are right on the edges of the dash as well as on the center console for the front passenger. That means you have the freedom to swap them out, or remove them, or add extra ones to your heart's content. I certainly wouldn't be surprised if the aftermarket community comes full force with a ton of accessories for the Broncos. Now, talking about those handholds for the front passenger, you might notice that there's one on the side right where the dash ends. There's also one right next to the center console. That means that the front passenger can actually triangulate themselves with their handholds, giving them a much better purchase on the seat so they won't be bounced around when you're really doing some serious off roading. One of the coolest interior features of the Bronco is something that I had wished would show up in the Land Rover Defender. And that's a drain plug in the floor. You know where I'm going with this? [GIGGLES] That means you can hose off a lot of the interior, open up that drain plug, and it just goes draining out the bottom of the car. Brilliant. It was something that the original Land Rover Defender had. And just like the Defender, this new Bronco has sealed switches where it counts. So you won't short circuit a thing when you're hosing all that mud and dust out of the interior. The theme of modularity also carries over to features that are as typical as map pockets. In the doors, you'll see those pockets with some netting. But those are also removable. Swap out with whatever you want, or make whatever you want. Another cool detail that I fell in love with on a Bronco was on the top of the dash. It's this little accessory rail that you mount stuff to. In a lot of ways, it looks like a picatinny rail if you're into shooting sports. But it's something that you mount a GoPro to, a radar detector to, a phone mount. Whatever you can dream up, you could probably mount it to that system. And if you don't have that kind of system, if you don't have the particular mounting hardware for that kind of rail, you're still in luck. That entire rail is removable and can be replaced with something that you can use. All of this new Bronco goodness won't end when you leave the vehicle either. When they go on sale in 2021, you'll have the option to attend the Off Rodeo. The Off Rodeo will be an offroad school situated at four permanent locations throughout the country. And it'll allow, let's say, less gifted off roaders get the skills they need to tackle some real rock crawling. Also available will be something called Bronco Nation, an online community for previous and current Bronco owners to talk about great trails, show off the rides, and just feel like they're part of a big movement again. The Bronco Sport is based off the Ford Escape and, obviously, won't be as rugged as the other Broncos. But it will be capable nonetheless. The base engine is a 181 horsepower 1.5 liter three cylinder, which sounds a little weak. There is an upgrade to a 2-liter turbo-charged four cylinder that's good for 245 horsepower. An eight-speed automatic is the only transmission offered. But four-wheel drive and a locking differential is available. Thanks, future me. Man, that guy is a hell a lot smarter than I am, isn't he? We're going to have a lot more information on all the Bronco lineup as we get closer to its on-sale date. So keep checking back with edmunds.com for the latest. And of course, if you want to know anything about them and their competition, head on to edmunds.com. To see more videos like this, hit subscribe.

The Ford Bronco is back! And not only that, but it's also available in three different flavors: a two-door, a four-door and the Bronco Sport.

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The three-row Kia Telluride has taken the SUV world by storm, offering a remarkable blend of luxury, space and style at an attractive price. Its corporate cousin, the Hyundai Palisade, delivers similar strengths in a more understated package. Top-rated small SUVs include perennial favorites like the Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-5. In the luxury class, the Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class is a top-rated midsize SUV, while the Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class competes with the Lincoln Navigator for top honors in the full-size segment. If you like the Navigator, keep in mind that the Ford Expedition is a less luxurious version at a more reachable price point. Learn more
What are the best used SUVs to buy?
Look for "CPO" or certified pre-owned vehicles if you're shopping for used SUVs. Among lightly used SUVs likely to be available via CPO programs, we like the Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-5 in the small SUV segment. If you need a little more off-road capability, the Subaru Outback is a good choice, and if you need three rows, the Honda Pilot is a top pick. Learn more

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