What is the best new or upcoming mainstream 3 row crossover?
Tell me which you think is the best and why.
Feel free to talk about 2020 models that aren't out yet as well. 2020 Explorer, 2020 Highlander, 2020 Palisade, etc.
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I'm interested in the Telluride simply because of the value / features. But what do you mean by potential engine fire issue? Any link to that please?Xtrema wrote: ↑ I think it really depends on what you are looking for and at this point other than Telluride/Pallisade that has hit the streets, everyone is just bench racing.
Personally without seeing one in Person, Telluride seems pretty good in term of interior quality, infotainment and good size. But loses point for single exhaust and potential engine fire.
For occasionally 3rd row, CX-9 still get my vote for near luxury appointments and good driving dynamics.
For low center of gravity and generous 3rd row, I like Ascent. Also reasonably priced.
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I think the Ascent interior may be best in class. I find it ugly on the exterior which is a big problem for me. Impressed with it's rating on CR. Can you tell me anything else about your experience with the vehicle?
May 14th, 2019 12:06 pm
I remember seeing Sorento with nappa is nice but plastic is cheap. Being wasn't able to see this in person, the plastic grade look much better in picture.
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I think they hit the jackpot with the design. A cross between an Escalade and Range Rover without too rip off-ish. Nice package, nice material, great infotainment. You know they will have more high strength steel than other brands. I think they do have a winner on their hands.
May 14th, 2019 12:28 pm
I think the exterior could grow on you — honestly didn’t look at the Ascent when we first started looking around this time last year. Interior is quite practical, luxurious & roomy (without having to drive a boat like the Atlas or Traverse)
May 14th, 2019 12:29 pm
Yep, looks like it'll be a big hit. Nice styling inside and out, lots of tech and features, comfortable ride, lots of room and at a pretty good price point for the class, which many families are looking for.
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May 14th, 2019 12:50 pm
May as well go for SXL. Air cooled second row seats? Plus, at least in my experience, Kia will get you very close to unhaggle price without too much haggling. Especially toward the end of summer when Telluride isn't the hot new thing anymore.