Looking for a Midsize SUV? Check This Out!

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Sport utility vehicles are larger than standard sedans and built to be far more versatile. Understandably, this makes them popular with a growing number of American shoppers. But, from the variety of sizes available, the midsize variants check most of the boxes for a large number of consumers. Here are some midsize SUV options that you should consider if you are in the market for a new SUV.

2020 Chevrolet Blazer

The Chevy Blazer has a sporty look that can sometimes make the front end look a bit aggressive. Yet, it more than makes up for any off-beat styling choices with excellent handling. If you think the four-cylinder base engine feels underpowered, get the new-for-2020 turbo-four or a 308-horsepower V6.

2020 GMC Acadia

This one easily seats seven comfortably in the first two rows. If you’re using the two third-row seats, it will be a cramped fit with not a lot of cargo room behind. Despite the overall premium feel, some noticeably hard plastic surfaces within the cabin knock off a few points.

2020 Ford Explorer

Some of the most significant upsides to owning this new generation of the Explorer include spacious seating and enough legroom even in the third row. This means it gives you more space than most others in the same class and your choice of turbocharged EcoBoost engines ranging from the base 300-horsepower version to two twin-turbo V6s can give you 365/400 horsepower easily.

2020 Nissan Pathfinder

There’s only one engine option with the Pathfinder – the 284-horsepower V6. This means you get all the joy of its responsive acceleration when you’re out on the highway. The downside – you won’t enjoy going over bumps and through potholes with its stiff suspension if you choose the 20-inch wheels.

2020 Nissan Murano

The Murano only seats five people and gives far less cargo room than larger crossovers with third-row seating. However, it can be worth it thanks to Nissan’s ‘Zero Gravity’ seat technology that makes it the most comfortable ride for all passengers. When you lose the third-row seating, you also gain a long list of standard features like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and driver drowsiness monitoring. The user-friendly NissanConnect infotainment system is another big plus.

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