10 New 7-Seaters and Family SUVs Highly Anticipated by the Car Community

Larger crossovers and SUVs are gaining popularity very fast, and not only on the North American market, but across the entire globe. It is a given fact, and in today’s episode we won’t be trying to get to the root of such heightened demand for larger vehicles, but will simply present to you the latest 3-row 7 to eight seater models that will be arriving to the market in 2019. Some of the all-time favorites are getting long awaited updates, while all-new models are ready to take the market by storm!

Previous #AutomotiveTerritory releases that you may find useful:

Upcoming crossover SUVs equipped with all-electric powertrains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCFrzZ59usk

The most affordable cars with 3rd row seating: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPzQmSxhFmg

All vehicles featured in this episode of the #ATcrossoverSUVs series:

Nissan Terra: en.nissan.co.th/vehicles/new-vehicles/terra.html

The all-new Nissan Terra is a body on frame SUV that is based on the Nissan Navarra pickup truck. It will be sold in Asia, however other markets are to follow.

Subaru Ascent: subaru.com/ascent

The new 2019 Subaru Ascent is the first full three-row SUV from this manufacturer that should become the dream car of a suburban American.

Honda Pilot: automobiles.honda.com/pilot

Honda Pilot gets a long awaited update for the 2019 model year that is tasked to align it with the competition, by offering more safety features and advanced electronics.

Kia Sorento: kiamedia.com/us/en/models/sorento/2019

The new 2019 Sorento is confidently pushing Kia to the top, beating competition with incredible looks and very rich packaging that comes at an affordable price.

2020 Kia Telluride: kiamedia.com/us/en/models/telluride/2020/videos

Regardless of the Korean heritage of KIA, this flagship SUV Kia Telluride was designed and will be manufactured in the USA.

Honda CR-V: automobiles.honda.com/cr-v

The 2019 Honda CR-V will be offered as a 7-seater and a hybrid for the first time in 2019. It will get new front fascia, LED lighting and renovated tech.

Lincoln Aviator: lincoln.com/luxury-suvs/aviator/2019/

Aviator is returning as a three-row SUV that will lie between the Natilus and Navigator in terms of sizing. It is rumored to be among the first Lincolns to get a plugin hybrid powertrain.

Skoda Kodiaq RS: www.skoda-auto.com/news/news-detail/kodiaq-rs

Skoda Kodiaq RS is the brand’s first performance SUV that won the title of the fastest 7-seater SUV at Nürburgring this summer.

BMW X7: press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0283893EN/the-new-bmw-x7-undergoes-endurance-tests-under-extreme-conditions

BMW X7 is the first full-size seven-seater SUV offered by the company that is aimed to become BMW’s new flagship automobile.

SEAT Tarraco: seat-mediacenter.com/newspage/allnews/modelrange/2018/SEAT-goes-big-with-the-New-SEAT-Tarraco.html

New SEAT Tarraco is the company’s biggest SUV to date. It will complete the company’s SUV line-up and will be offered in 5 and 7-seater versions.

Mercedes Benz GLE: media.daimler.com/marsMediaSite/en/instance/ko.xhtml?oid=41193428&relId=1001&resultInfoTypeId=173

The 2019 model line for Mercedes’ GLE SUVs is presented with GLE 350, GLE 350 4MATIC, and GLE 550e 4MATIC Plug-in Hybrid and features a number of significant upgrades.


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  1. SUV market segment continues to show growth and the consumer interest towards this type of vehicles is on it's all-time high. SUVs and crossovers are usually chosen by drivers with big families, so it's no wonder than 7 seater cars get most of the attention. Here are the most exciting 7-seaters that are coming to the market soon. Which is your favorite?

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