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2018 Chevrolet Traverse

The driving dynamics are OK, but the Traverse's best tricks make life better for every other seat in the car.

2017 Nissan Murano

A highly styled, highly functional and feature rich crossover that's worth checking out if you're in the market for a five-passenger crossover.

2017 Toyota Highlander

Not the most thrilling three-row SUV, but one that's reliable and should last until the kids are grown and out of the house.

2018 Chevrolet Equinox

You'll be pleased with the ride and handling of the Equinox, but be prepared to pay extra for things like lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring.

2017 GMC Acadia

The 2017 GMC Acadia is great for families and those who need to haul people or things on the regular, but the Denali trim line is a bit overpriced.

2017 Hyundai Santa Fe

The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe offers a fairly sporty ride with enough room for most families.

2017 Volkswagen Tiguan

The 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan still makes a good first impression, but closer inspection reveals just how much this aging SUV lags behind the younger, more fully featured and fuel-efficient competition.

2018 Toyota RAV4

Towing upgrades, a higher ride height and small styling revision have the new 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure ready to take on the great outdoors.

2017 Buick Encore

It's the best-selling model from Buick, and we can see why.

2017 Toyota RAV4

Those who need the practicality of a compact crossover but don't want a drab-looking or drab-driving vehicle should put the RAV4 SE on their "must drive" list.

2017 Chevrolet Trax

Thanks to a few physical and technological alterations, Chevy's revised Trax looks and feels less cheap, but its driving characteristics remain the same.

2017 Chrysler Pacifica

Chrysler's clever Pacifica charges to the head of the carpool lane with the nicest interior and smart, family-minded technology.

2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

Although the dashboard electronics and driver assistance systems fall behind the cutting edge, the 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid makes for an excellent all-around car due to its cargo versatility, all-wheel-drive, comfort and fuel economy.

2016 Tesla Model X

An amazing car for the moment, unfortunately compromised by those doors.

2016 Lexus RX 350

Enthusiasts who like to carve up the twisties should look elsewhere, but those who need comfortable transportation should be satisfied.

2017 Ford Escape

The new engine option is a nice evolution, but only adds a small improvement to the already excellent 2017 Ford Escape. However, seemingly smaller tech changes, like the addition of Sync Connect, Android Auto, CarPlay and a few driver aid features, make a much larger impact.

2016 Toyota RAV4

Those who need the practicality of a compact crossover but don't want a drab-looking or drab-driving vehicle should put the RAV4 SE on their "must drive" list.

2017 Kia Sportage

Distinctive looks, higher refinement and an available 2.0-liter turbo engine make Kia's new Sportage a standout.