When it comes to family moments there no class of vehicles better than mid-size SUVs. Just pack your bags and fit your family comfortably in the SUV and get on with your journey. But wait! How do we know which one is the best for us? We are here with the list of top 10 SUVs to choose from.
1. 2020 Volkswagen Atlas
Volkswagen has made some changes for the new 2020 version of the Atlas. Atlas comes with a 4 piston engine but for the one on the more thrills end get the option of a V-6 engine. The Atlas includes automated emergency braking system, forward collision warning, rear-cross traffic alert and blind space monitoring in its base driver assistance technology suit. It is estimated to come in the price range between $32,000 to $43,000.
2. 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
Packing a horsepower of 270 hp, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 2020 version comes with a good off-road ability. With the roots of Jeep Wrangler dating to the World War- II era military vehicle, it has now evolved into a one-of-kind four-wheel-drive. It also comes with the option to remove the doors and roof, fold down the windshield and enjoy the old-school jeep experience. The standard version comes with a 3.6-L V-6 engine. It comes in many versions but the best can be the Super Sport S at $32,990 for its extra equipment.
3. 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe
The Hyundai Santa Fe is spacious and has a well-equipped interior with plenty of room for storage. It isn’t the quickest or the most fuel efficient in the class but can be one of the top choices for a quiet but engaging cruise. For the 2020 version, there are a few minor updates that include reshuffled content mainly. The base SE and mid-level SEL models come with a rear occupant alert. Other driver assists include blind-spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and wireless charging for phones. The Santa Fe represents a solid-value mid-range SUV with the pricing in the range $26,995 and $36,745.
4. 2020 Mercedes Benz G-Class
The timeless body of Mercedes Benz G-Class now comes with technologies- intuitive steering-wheel touch controls, voice control for navigation and a 12.3 inch display which are in the cockpit. G-Class comes with blind spot assist, active lane keeping assist, active distance assist, DISTRONIC cruise control and speed limit assist. The cabin provide generous space for all your family. It comes with a four-wheel drive and three lockable differentials and is capable both on road and on terrain.
5. 2020 Porsche Cayenne
The luxury Cayenne is not only powerful on the exterior but also generates a 670 hp and 633 lb-ft of twist. The Turbo S hybrid version comes with 541 hp twin-turbo V-8 engine. Despite the performance breeding, the Cayenne works fine in even more relaxed situations, fusing the propulsion sources into a single wave of thrust. The usual Cayenne options, including the Sport Chrono package, are included in the $163,150 base price.
6. 2020 Jaguar I-Pace
The all-electric Jaguar SUV can go up-to 253 miles on a single charge. Still the 2020 I-Pace interrupts EV innovation in the favor of making the species more desirable. The new 2020 I-Pace now has some meaningful software updates. The most important is the battery pack, which has been re-programmed to give up to 8 percent more driving range. The software updates also add include an optimized cooling strategy, an enhanced regenerative braking capabilities and a more efficient Eco driving mode. The Jaguar I-Pace comes in the price range between $70,875 and $81,925.
7. 2020 Lincoln Corsair
The Lincoln Corsair replaced the MKC as the smallest SUV in the luxury lineup. It is powered by a 2.5 L four-cylinder gas engine and a permanent-magnet synchronous electric motor that produces a total combined output of 266 hp. In the interiors, the sound dampening materials and active noise control aim to provide a quiet cabin. The next summer Lincoln Corsair Grand Touring plug-in-hybrid models are set to come with a standard array of driver-assist features that include blind spot monitoring and a lane-keeping system.
8. 2020 Land Rover Discovery
The 2020 Land Rover Discovery brings the promise of luxurious treatment and off-road capability merged into a single vehicle. It is the most affordable Land Rover but it still boasts myriad features as well as refreshed design for 2020. Packed with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine generating 246 or 286 hp depending on the model. The interiors mimic the flashier and pricier Land Rovers and even more folding-seat configurations.
9. 2020 Lincoln Aviator
The Aviator has a presence that’s hard to miss and is packed with a twin-turbo V-6 engine. The three-row Aviator gives more priority to cargo than the rear seat passengers. The new Aviator is based on the same architecture as the Ford Explorer. The Aviator is high-classed with its unique sheet-metal and interior and sophisticated chassis. The pricing ranges between $52.,195 and $88,895. It is available in six or seven seat configuration.
10. 2020 Volvo XC40
The new 2020 Volvo XC40 is paired with plenty of fun-to-drive features and spunky looks together. The front-wheel-drive T4 is powered by 184-hp turbocharged 2.0 L engine and comes with an all wheel drive. The supportive seats are comfortable for extended drives. The cargo storage is also extended and there are plenty of bins for storage. The update in the 2020 version include 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and cloth seats. There are now child-lock as well. The price range is between $34,695 and $41,445.
Hope our reviews help you to select the best SUV according to your needs and desires.