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find-the-best-SUV

Compare and discover the best Sedan by what matters most to you

Volkswagen-Atlas

$86,800 — $89,800

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The 2021 Volkswagen Atlas has the boxy appearance, cavernous interior, and vast practicality that have defined SUVs for decades. It’s also one of the biggest mid-size crossovers, with a giant footprint that gives way to three spacious rows of seating. VW apparently wanted the Atlas to look and feel like a hospital room, but it offset that sterile aesthetic with loads of desirable features.

Lincoln-Navigator

$86,800 — $89,800

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The 2020 Lincoln Navigator is the company’s largest and grandest model, with loads of chrome and seating for up to eight. While some of the parts it shares with the lesser Ford Expedition are obvious, Lincoln gives the Navigator enough exclusive content to feel truly luxurious. Its effortless acceleration and lofty towing capacity are delivered courtesy of a powerful 450-hp twin-turbo V-6 powertrain.

Kia-Seltos

$86,800 — $89,800

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Kia knows SUVs—just look at the company’s latest Soul subcompact or the all-new mid-size Telluride—and it’s adding the rugged-looking Seltos to its lineup for 2021. Based on the same platform as the excellent Hyundai Kona, the Seltos offers sharp handling similar to that SUV but pairs it with a taller ride height, a roomier cabin, and even more technology. Two engines are offered—a 2.0-liter four-cylinder and a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder—as is either front- or all-wheel drive. A host of driver-assistance features are optional, including an adaptive cruise control system with lane-centering assist and automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection.

Buick-Encore

$86,800 — $89,800

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the Buick Encore serves as the entry point to GM’s semi-luxury SUV brand. A turbocharged four-cylinder is under the hood and moves the little Encore around with a distinct lack of urgency. The interior, however, does much better, offering enough space for four adults to ride in relative comfort and surrounding them with decent materials.

Audi Q3

$86,800 — $89,800

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If you took Audi’s mid-size Q8 SUV and hit it with a shrink ray, it would turn into the 2021 Q3. From its large trapezoidal grille to aggressively canted rear hatch, the junior Audi SUV does its best impression of the brand’s larger crossovers. Inside, buyers will find a tech-heavy interior, which is expected from modern Audis, but it offers youthful flair in the form of optional brightly-colored suede dash trim and multi-color ambient interior lighting.

Acura-RDX

$86,800 — $89,800

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The Acura RDX is Acura‘s first compact luxury crossover SUV, taking over from the MDX as Acura’s entry-level crossover SUV, as the MDX grew in size and price. … However starting from its third generation, the Acura RDX is built on its own platform according to Acura