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15 of the very best SUVs for Your Summer Trip

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Volvo XC90



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Distinctively Swedish inside and out, the Volvo XC90 masterfully blends high-end and practicality. The XC90 uses three rows of seating, and its well-equipped interior easily accommodates five passengers and their gear– or seven, in a pinch. There’s also a 400- hp plug-in hybrid variation that offers you additional speed and effectiveness without compromising practicality thanks to the lithium-ion battery being placed in the center tunnel.

Honda Pilot



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Just recently revitalized, the Honda Pilot functions wise interior product packaging, making it highly flexible. From a center console that can fit a handbag to second- and third-row seats that fold flat, the Pilot has an option for everything from carrying big bulky items to storing your gadgets. If you have kids that need their area, the readily available second-row captain’s chairs need to help avoid battles from breaking out in the backseats. There’s also an offered rear home entertainment system to pacify rear guests on long stretches of highway.

Kia Telluride



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Huge, enforcing, and boxy, the Kia Telluride conceals a road-trip-worthy interior behind its rugged façade. Its premium-looking cabin uses seating for as much as 8 travelers and lots of cargo space with the 2nd and third rows folded. Plus, with an 18.8- gallon fuel tank and approximately 26 mpg on the highway (in FWD trim), it’s likely you’ll stop for a snack or washroom break prior to you need to fill.

Ford Exploration



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The Ford Exploration won our last full-size SUV comparison test due to the fact that it provides plenty of power, a roomy interior, a comfy ride, and surprising efficiency for its size. In addition, the full-size Ford uses extraordinary off-road capability that assists put it at the top of its segment. Need more area than the standard-wheelbase Exploration? Ford likewise offers the Exploration Max, which has more cargo area behind the 3rd row.

Chevrolet Traverse



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The Chevrolet Traverse is a big three-row crossover, and it’s likewise smartly packaged. With its 310- hp 3.6-liter V-6, the Traverse has a lot of power to get you where you require to go. Regardless of its size, the Traverse manages surprisingly well and offers a comfy trip even with the optional 20- inch alloy wheels.

Toyota 4Runner



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It may be old and not extremely fuel-efficient, but the Toyota 4Runner remains a solid all-terrain SUV that’s popular for venturing off the beaten path. Decide for the five-seat variant for the finest combination of cargo capability and guest area. If your trip takes you through some rugged nation, you may wish to think about the TRD models.

Jeep Grand Cherokee



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The Jeep Grand Cherokee blends on- and off-road capability perfectly, making it the best rig for adventurers who like to get down and dirty on their journey. Jeep uses the Grand Cherokee in a wide variety of variants, consisting of the 707- hp Trackhawk model. Desire the most torque and variety? Higher trims like the Overland, Trailhawk, and Summit can be had with a 3.0-liter turbodiesel V-6 that generates 240 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. A 24.6- gallon fuel tank ought to assist the diesel-powered Grand Cherokee go further than its gas-powered siblings in between fill ups.

BMW X7



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The BMW X7 is the biggest design from the Bavarian brand name to date, and it’s got nostrils to match. But huge-grille jokes aside, the X7 is a huge SUV with seating for 6 or seven travelers. Opt for the second-row container seats to indulge your family and friends in the X7’s magnificently cut cabin.

Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class



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Although there’s a new generation coming before the end of the year, the current-generation Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class stays a solid cruiser for long drives. Available in numerous tastes, consisting of a potent 577- hp AMG variant, the Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class is right at house cruising on the highway and coddling its occupants in luxury. Keep it to 5 passengers on trip though, as the third row is small and you lose almost all of your freight area with all seats inhabited.

Acura MDX



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One of the best-selling midsize crossovers today, the Acura MDX drives smaller sized than it actually is and handles surprisingly well. We believe the finest variation to take on a journey is the 321- hp MDX Hybrid, which is EPA-rated at 26/27 mpg– the highest of the lineup in spite of its extra power. Choose for the available second-row captain’s chairs for maximum comfort for your guests.

Lincoln Navigator



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No SUV exemplifies American high-end as well as the Lincoln Navigator From its distinct outside styling to its extravagantly appointed interior packed with cool touches like real wood trim and readily available blue leather upholstery, the Navigator reviews the top to separate itself from its rivals. The totally digital gauge cluster also features pleasing graphics that are will be a treat to supervise hundreds of miles.

Audi Q7



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Audi interiors showcase some of the very best construct quality in the industry; the car manufacturer does a great task mixing simpleness with advanced innovation. The Q7’s cabin is a great example, and would be a good location to be on a long drive, no matter whether you’re the guest or driver. Even when equipped with every tech feature readily available, the Audi Q7 never ever overwhelms you with its gadgets and the interior always stays pleasant.

Subaru Climb



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The biggest Subaru ups the ante on functionality with room for approximately 8 passengers, one USB port for every single guest, and 19 cup holders. Even with every seat taken, the Subaru Climb still has lots of area for a couple weekend bags, but knock down the 3rd row and you’ve got sufficient space for five plus their travel luggage.

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Ronald Antonio O'Sullivan OBE (born 5 December 1975) is an English professional snooker player who is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of the sport. He has won five World Championships, a record seven Masters titles, and a record seven UK Championships, setting a record total of 19 titles in Triple Crown tournaments. He shares the record for the most ranking titles (36) with Stephen Hendry. His career earnings of over £10 million put him in first place on snooker's all-time prize-money list. Winning the Tour Championship on 24 March 2019 made him the sport's current world number one, the fourth time in his career that he has held the top position and the first time he has been number one since May 2010. This is the longest gap between number one spells by any player in history.