A big family is a blessing, but traveling with a mini football team might turn into a logistical nightmare, unless you drive a proper vehicle of course. Luckily, today our options are numerous with 3-row 7-seater SUVs standing at the top of the food chain when it comes to legitimate people and cargo haulers. Lets we will explore the newest options that you should consider buying during the 2020 model year, evaluating their performance parameters, technological equipment and taking a look inside to explore the level of comfort that these newcomers have to offer.
Some of the previous releases of #AutomotiveTerritory that you may find useful:
Upcoming pickup trucks that you should consider: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPZxqrvQL1A
Amazing family vehicles going on sale in 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTp4jTkflcM
List of all autos that were shown in this #AT_New_Cars release:
Chevrolet Tahoe: chevrolet.com/upcoming-vehicles/2021-tahoe-and-suburban
2021 Chevrolet Tahoe gets a generation update, debuting new exterior, mode-specific interior, independents rear suspension, and a diesel powertrain option.
Toyota Highlander: toyotanews.pressroom.toyota.com/releases/world-premiere-of-all-new-2020-highlander-at-new-york-international-auto-show.htm
2020 Toyota Highlander enters its 4th generation, offering a roomier cabin, but also better driving dynamics and more economical powertrains.
Ford Explorer: ford.com/suvs/explorer/2020/
2020 Ford Explorer arrives in 5 modifications and 3 powertrains, however, the base model with a pricetag a little over 33k, is only offered for fleet order. Retail buyers are stuck with the XLE, Limited, ST and Platinum, and a starting price close to $37,000.
Kia Telluride: kiamedia.com/us/en/models/telluride/2020/videos#telluride
Motortrend SUV of the year, Kelley Blue Book’s Best Buy and Edmunds Top Rated, these are just a few awards that Kia’s flagship 7-Seater, the Telluride, has managed to collect since the introduction.
GMC Acadia: gmc.com/suvs/choose-your-acadia-mid-size-suv
2020 GMC Acadia gets a life cycle boost, instantly visible thanks to the refreshed exterior and improved infotainment. Engine selection is expanded by the edition of the new 2.0L Turbo, and these is a new off-road AT4 trim.
Chevrolet Suburban: media.chevrolet.com/media/us/en/chevrolet/suburban-tahoe.html
Introduced in 1935, the Suburban is one of the longest surviving nameplates on the market, that is now entering its 12th generation. Just as the Tahoe and Silverado siblings, 2021 Chevrolet Suburban is built on the new GMT T1XX platform, and according to Chevy, it is 98% all-new this year.
Lexus RXL: pressroom.toyota.com/releases/2020-lexus-rx-and-rxl-open-a-new-chapter-for-the-iconic-luxury-crossover.htm
One of the company’s most popular SUVS, the 7-seater Lexus RXL undergoes a mild update this year, fixing the crucial dashboard issues and improving the driving dynamics.
Hyundai Palisade: hyundainews.com/en-us/releases/2658
Tech wise, the Hyundai Palisade is nearly an identical twin of the Kia Telluride, but on the outside the model has a unique exterior design, which is more appealing to my liking.
Volvo XC90: media.volvocars.com/global/en-gb/media/pressreleases/248275/volvo-cars-introduces-refreshed-volvo-xc90-suv
2020 Volvo XC90 is facelifted this year, featuring a new, more modern grille, redesigned bumpers, unique wheels, and better interior materials.
Toyota Sequoia: pressroom.toyota.com/vehicle/2020-toyota-sequoia
Those shoppers who value off-road prowess, should take notice of the upcoming 2020 Toyota Sequoia, since for the first time in its 20 years history this behemoth is arriving with a TRD Pro treatment which expands its cargo and family hauling capabilities far beyond the paved roads.
Volkswagen Atlas: media.vw.com/en-us/releases/1239
The Atlas is scheduled for a refresh in 2021, so we should expect the unveiling at the upcoming Chicago Autoshow. For now, these teaser pics is all that VW gave us to work with so stay tuned.