We've tested and compared the newest and most popular SUVs side-by-side, and gathered all of those comparison reviews right here so you can narrow down your choices and find the best one for you. We've crowned the very best SUVs in the 2020 edition of our 10Best Cars and Trucks list. Beyond those, you'll find several fine suggestions in our Editors' Choice listings. Read on and use this guide to learn what we've discovered by driving and testing the latest crop of family-friendly haulers side-by-side.
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The most powerful SUV on this list has over 700 horsepower and can get to 60 mph in just 3.6 seconds.
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Check out the Ram TRX, Land Rover Defender, or Jeep Gladiator Mojave for over 11 inches of ground clearance.
SUVs and Crossovers – Ranked
New players including the Ford Bronco Sport and Nissan Rogue are putting pressure on the segment’s best.
From the Ford EcoSport to the Mazda CX-30, these rankings will help you determine which small SUV is best for you.
The luxury-SUV segment continues to evolve and grow into something that can handle more than the maze of the mall parking structure.
We compare five prime cuts from the loin of mid-size crossover country.
Luxury SUVs – Ranked
Luxury, served small and tall in crossover and SUV forms.
This segment offers a mix of luxury and performance, with some SUVs capable of reaching 60 mph in 3.5 seconds or less.
The Genesis GV80, Porsche Cayenne, and Volvo XC90 are among the best luxury SUVs to buy today.
Nissan's new crossover EV aims to make a stronger statement than the brand's dowdy Leaf hatchback.
A bigger electric motor and more batteries make the plug-in-hybrid SUV leaner, meaner, and cleaner.
With the new Solterra, Subaru brings some off-road cred to the mainstream EV segment.