Top 10 Spacious 8-Seaters in 2019: New and All-Time Favorite SUVs




3 row 7-seater SUVs have become a usual sight on today’s market, making their way to the model lineups of all major car makers. However, among these giants there is an even more impressive breed that is large enough to carry 8 passengers and even more cargo. In this episode of Automotive Territory we are going to show you what 8-seaters are currently on sale and will demonstrate a couple of all-new models which have recently joined the family!

Other #AutomotiveTerritory releases you should have lots of fun watching:

Best full-size SUVs currently on sale: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJftnWLmZHo

New and upcoming crossover models: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kiz-KDkomR4

All of the vehicles featured in this #ATcrossoverSUVs episode:

Cadillac Escalade: cadillac.com/crossovers-suvs/escalade-suv

2019 Cadillac Escalade is very likely to be the last car of model’s 4th generation, as a re-worked version is rumored to launch in 2020. The 8-seater remains a decent full-size SUV choice offering great performance, luxury interior, and driving comfort.

Ford Expedition 2019: ford.com/suvs/expedition

Fully redesigned in 2018, the 2019 Ford Expedition comes with no major changes. The 8-seater is available in three trim levels and can boast up to 9300-lb towing capacity when properly equipped.

Infiniti QX80: infinitiusa.com/vehicles/suvs/qx80.html

Infiniti QX80 received its last facelift in 2018, so in 2019 it remains mostly untouched. The SUV is powered by the same 5.6L V8, has luxury cabin, and a slightly outdated infotainment system.

Lexus LX 570: lexus.com/models/LX

2019 Lexus LX 570 combines luxury, edgy design and great off-road capabilities. The three-row is available in 2 seating configurations and has a starting price of $90,830.

Toyota Sequoia: toyota.com/sequoia

2019 Toyota Sequoia receives no changes and continues to offer the same reliability, driving safety, and great resale value. It accommodates 7 or 8 people and has several seating plans with different levels of comfort.

Honda Pilot: automobiles.honda.com/pilot

The 2019 Honda Pilot gets a major redesign, gaining new competitive advantages. The car is equipped with a reworked 9-speed tranny, updated exterior, new front and rear lights, Honda Sensing safety tech, and more advanced electronics.

Hyundai Palisade: hyundainews.com/en-us/releases/2658

The all-new Hyundai Palisade was revealed in 2018 to become the new flagship in the company’s lineup. It sits up to 8 people and is offering the latest high tech achievements of Hyundai as a brand.

Kia Telluride: kia.com/us/en/content/vehicles/upcoming-vehicles/2020-telluride

In 2020 Kia will be challenging the market of full-size SUVs, introducing the all-new flagship model Telluride. It goes without saying, that the 8-seater is viewing the US as its target market.

Chevrolet Traverse: chevrolet.com/suvs/traverse-mid-size-suv

Admittedly the family of behemoth SUVs is rather static, with some models being sold without major updates for 5-10 years in a row. This Chevy, though, is among the few 8-seaters fully updated as recently as in the 2018.

Subaru Ascent: subaru.com/ascent

When Subaru first ventured onto the field of large SUVs, right off the bet they built not a 7, but an 8-seater vehicle destined to become an embodiment of a dream car of a suburban American.

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  1. The Kia Telluride, Infiniti QX80, Ford Expedition,Toyota Sequoia, the Lincoln Navigator, and the LX 570 are all probably my favorite 3 row SUV's, especially the Kia Telluride cuz the colors look amazing!

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