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Your 2017 SUV Buying Guide


We are your 2017 SUV experts. Are you an SUV newbie? Look no further. Learn about what to look for in an SUV, what defines the various SUV classes (Compact, Mid-Size, Full-Size & Luxury), and our top SUV picks for 2017. Looking for more detailed information? Subscribe and receive a detailed SUV buying guide!

A Quick Look at Top SUVs of 2017


Buying a new car is an exciting prospect, but it can present a number of challenges for you. First, you need to figure out exactly what type of vehicle is right for you. This part of the car-buying journey is typically the easiest. You simply need to decide whether a truck, sport utility vehicle, car or van is the type of vehicle you want to purchase. More and more people are turning to SUVs because of the additional space and safety features they offer.

Whether you are single, married, career-oriented or a parent, an SUV may be exactly what you need. Sporty single people can use this type of car to transport kayaks to their next launch point. A married couple, on the other hand, can transition from a couple to a family thanks to the space offered. Someone more focused on their career than kids can use this stylish ride to impress his or her boss. Vehicles in this class have a lot to offer people of diverse lifestyles.

Once you have settled on a vehicle type that best suits your needs, you need to do research to figure out the make and model that fits your wish list and budget in that specific category. This part of your research journey is usually a little more time consuming. Because there are so many vehicles on the market, it may take you a while to comb through all of your options. Not only that, but you may find clashing details about the cars. How can you figure out whether a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT or Toyota Sequoia is right for you if you are struggling to find reliable information? If your situation requires a reliable vehicle with storage space and room for kids, an SUV may be the perfect option. Thankfully, your pursuit for an SUV can be made a little easier. We analyze the different vehicles on the market to give you a single source that offers a wealth of information about a variety of vehicles.

Here you can learn about luxury, full size, midsize and compact SUVs for 2017. Not only do we explain more about each category of SUV, but we also look at a few specific models to give you a base you can build on during your further research. Whether you want to learn more about the Porsche Cayenne or Hyundai Tucson, we have you covered. Learn about key details of the best SUVs 2017 by reading below.

Compact SUV



The smallest SUV available offers more space than a sedan. You may want to turn to a compact even when size is not an issue. Many drivers find that it is easier to get into and out of this type of vehicle because of the easier step-in height it offers. Why else may you want to consider a vehicle from this category? A compact SUV can offer important safety features, fuel economy, off-roading capabilities and luxurious interior features you simply cannot find in any other vehicles of its size.

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Midsize SUV



The smallest SUV available offers more space than a sedan. You may want to turn to a compact even when size is not an issue. Many drivers find that it is easier to get into and out of this type of vehicle because of the easier step-in height it offers. Why else may you want to consider a vehicle from this category? A compact SUV can offer important safety features, fuel economy, off-roading capabilities and luxurious interior features you simply cannot find in any other vehicles of its size.

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Full-Size SUV



When finding the safest cars is a priority, you may gravitate toward a full-size SUV. This type of vehicle usually has the highest safety ratings of all available utility vehicles. Its large size means you can use all three rows of seats and still have plenty of room for cargo. While families often gravitate towards this safe option, you do not have to have kids to enjoy the full size. You may want this type of sport utility vehicle if you have to haul large objects frequently, want to be able to tow a trailer or travel with dogs often. While it may not get as good of gas mileage as a smaller SUV, the full size has enough space to ensure you can carry what you need in fewer trips.

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Luxury SUV



The smallest SUV available offers more space than a sedan. You may want to turn to a compact even when size is not an issue. Many drivers find that it is easier to get into and out of this type of vehicle because of the easier step-in height it offers. Why else may you want to consider a vehicle from this category? A compact SUV can offer important safety features, fuel economy, off-roading capabilities and luxurious interior features you simply cannot find in any other vehicles of its size.

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