Sports cars are fun and all, but family vehicles keep the auto industry chugging along. Here are our choices for the best family-friendly cars at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
You had to see this one coming.
The Toyota Camry is always a family favorite, and this new generation is likely no exception.
This one's packing a strong style that's a departure from its traditionally staid design.
If a sedan isn't big enough, the Honda Odyssey might be.
Three rows, tons of connectivity options and a fresh new face -- what's not to like?
The only bummer is no third-row USB.
Chevrolet's three-row Traverse is the domestic automaker's pride du jour in Detroit.
Two different engines will be available, depending on how sporty you want to feel.
Traverse's looks have been slimmed out for 2018, compared to the previous model.
Not every family has a tight budget or a billion children, so we included the Audi SQ5 here, as well.
Packing 354 horsepower and two rows of seats, there's no quicker way to get to the mall for under $100,000.
The SQ5 debuted on the heels of the regular Q5, which first appeared at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.
The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan is much larger than its forebear.
This model has been on sale in Europe for a while now. This specific size of Tiguan will be called Tiguan Allspace in European markets.
If you want to add a bit of German sensibility into your family, the Tiguan would be a safe bet.
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