Published by Matt Stefan
With so many different cars on the market, how do you chose the best? Better yet, how do you chose the best vehicle that fits your style, and budget? We narrowed down a large list of vehicles to come up with the top 4 SUV’s of 2019 for you. While excellency may be subjective, comparing and contrasting facts about a vehicle, is not. Keep reading to see what Guardian Auto Transport thinks are top 4 SUV’s of 2019
High End, Low Price
2019 is filled with innovations. Vehicles that never stood out before are standing tall. Certainly, KIA has completely redesigned most of their vehicles. Volkswagen changed the game when they came out with the all new 2019 Atlas. Toyota, Ford, Chevy, and many more auto companies are starting to take shape of the future. So, with all these cars, which ones are worth your time and money?
Without further ado, here are the top 4 SUV’s of 2019.
2019 Toyota RAV4
The 2019 Toyota RAV4 blew us away. With a completely new look, this SUV is worth the MSRP. With a sticker price starting at $25,650, the RAV4 comes with good, and bad.
- 5 seats
- 28-30 MPG
- Hybrid Acceleration
- Standard safety features
- Robust AWD upgrade
- Intuitive multimedia system
- Road and engine noise
- Non-hybrid acceleration
- Little cargo room
- Backseats don’t slide
- Unpredictable eight-speed automatic transmission
Click here to visit Toyota’s website to learn more about the RAV4.
2019 Volkswagen Atlas
One of the most stunning SUV’s of 2019 has to be the Volkswagen Atlas. When Volkswagen builds a vehicle, they build it right. With a starting sticker price of $30,895, the body of the Atlas is breath taking. The specs? Even better.
- 6-7 Seats
- Plenty of cargo space
- Camera and parking sensors
- V-6 power
- Second-row comfort
- Multimedia screen
- Vehicle steering is light
- Very big SUV
- All-wheel driver but only V-6 engine
- Not enough hidden storage space
Click here to visit Volkswagen’s website for more information about the Atlas.
2019 Dodge Durango
With the MSRP at $30,195, the Dodge Durango is quick, durable, and full of style. With a new optional integrated trailer break, the new Durango can help you transport vehicles on a trailer too!
- Harman Kardon premium audio
- Seats up to seven
- V-6 or V-8
- 475-HP SRT trim level available
- 8,700 pounds of towing capacity
- 15 MPG
- Curb weight
- Second row doesn’t slide
- Advanced safety systems cost extra
Click here to visit Dodge’s website for more information about the Durango.
2019 Honda CR-V
With a MSRP starting at $24,350, the Honda CR-V is a quality vehicle. Now featuring Apple CarPlay AND Android Auto, the CR-V really has it all.
- Automatic emergency braking
- Responsive CVT
- Lots of room in the backseat
- Cargo area has good length
- All-wheel drive available
- Decent power, even with turbo
- Brake pedal
- Cluttered menus on touchscreen multimedia system
- Doesn’t offer panoramic moon-roof
Click here to visit Honda’s website for more information about the CR-V.
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