Minivans are great, but they are not for everyone. If you are avoiding shopping for a new vehicle because you can't stand the thought of buying a minivan, you are in luck. There are now several crossover vehicles and SUVs on the market that work for growing families.
A crossover is built on a car platform but still has many of the SUV features that you might find on larger vehicles. With a crossover, you will have good fuel economy and access to rear seats and storage. A crossover is a better option for smaller families who desire a little more style than found in a traditional minivan.
The Volvo XC60, Toyota Rav4, Toyota Highlander, Acura MDX, Kia Sorento and Buick Enclave are all excellent safety rated crossovers for 2016. Regardless of your budget, you can find a crossover that works for your small family.
If you want to haul your growing family around in a larger vehicle, an SUV might be the right choice. With capacity for eight passengers and ample storage, many SUVs on the market will fit the bill. SUVs have towing capacities that are clearly superior to the minivan for adventurous families.
Some of the three-row SUVs to consider this year are: the GMC Yukon, Cadillac Escalade, Volvo XC90, Chevrolet Tahoe and Ford Expedition. With family-friendly features, ample cargo space and excellent safety ratings, these large SUVs are sure to transport your family in style.
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