In the last decade, the crossover SUV has emerged as one of the more popular kinds of vehicle. What is it that makes the crossover SUV so popular amongst car buyers for 2013 & 2014?
There was a spike in popularity of the crossover SUV amongst mothers and parents who liked the modern look of the vehicle and preferred it over the stereotypical minivan. This type of vehicle is a great option for family's who are looking to move up from a sedan but don't want to buy a heavy-duty SUV.
New crossover SUV vehicles boast fairly efficient motors and depending on the model, usually better gas mileage. Another great thing about this popular vehicle is that is has some features of a regular SUV without the greater cost of an SUV. For example, crossovers often have third row seating, which is great for larger families or those needing to transport many people at a time. Also, these vehicles have some sort of towing capacity that is greater than sedans but less than trucks and regular SUVs. In addition, crossovers were designed for the road while SUVs were not always designed for comfort and were designed to be heavy duty vehicles.
All of the popular dealers including Ford, Honda, Toyota, Mazda, Buick, GMC, Nissan, and Chevrolet have at least one if not multiple crossover SUV models for sale. Some of the most popular crossover SUV vehicles include the Honda CRV, Toyota Highlander, Buick Encore, Nissan Murano and Rogue, and Kia Sorento. These vehicles drive smoothly like cars because the suspensions are designed to pick up on the road's imperfections but offer the extra space of SUVs. These vehicles also have smaller engines, which allow for a better fuel economy and increased savings for the owner.
New 2013 & 2014 crossover SUV vehicles are a great alternative for mothers wanting to get away from the stereotypical minivan, but still have the extra needed space for car seats and strollers. With an unstable economy, it's no surprise that the popularity of these vehicles have increased in recent years with their better fuel economy.