NEW! Crossovers You Should Check Out!

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There is a reason why crossovers hit the sweet spot and are distinct from traditional SUVs built on truck platforms. They typically have a higher ride height, spacious cargo and passenger areas, and come better equipped for a little more money than a sedan.

With unique options that help you customize the vehicle, customers today have more choices than ever before. If you’re looking for a crossover, here are our picks for the new and redesigned models you should check out.

2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC

The all-electric crossover for 2020 is the Mercedes-Benz EQC. Similarly sized and shaped to the GLC crossover, this one seats five and is four inches longer. The crossover’s 80-kWh battery pack powers its two motors to make 402 hp. This takes you from 1-60 in an impressive  4.9 seconds. Built for comfort, with a high seat position, this vehicle has rear seats that are roomy enough even for a 6-footer.

2020 Hyundai Venue

The smallest, most affordable crossover in the Hyundai lineup, the Venue is designed for the urban wild. The Accent’s 121-hp 1.6-liter inline-4 powers the subcompact crossover with a 6-speed manual or CVT only to drive the front wheels. The venue has a spacious cabin, and it comes with active lane control, automatic emergency braking, and automatic high beams. You also get an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

2020 Cadillac XT6

This three-row crossover comes with a 310-hp 3.6-liter V-6 with a 9-speed automatic transmission in front- or all-wheel drive. With a towing capacity of up to 4,000 pounds when equipped, you get six or seven comfy seats though the third row could use a little more space.

2020 Kia Telluride

The Georgia-built Telluride seats up to eight people in three spacious rows. With beautiful quilted leather interiors, you can be entertained in style with an 8.0-inch or a 10.3-inch touchscreen interface. But that’s not all. With plenty of cargo space, classic American good looks, and close to 46 cubic feet of cargo space behind second-row, there’s plenty to love. While automatic emergency braking is standard, some options give you blind-spot cameras and automatic headlights included in the base price.

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