TOP 10 Best Midsize 3-row Sport utility vehicles
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1.Kia Telluride
Top Rated vehicle
Introduced in 2020
The Kia Telluride is our top pick for a midsize three-row SUV. Its upscale cabin is quiet, comfortable, and thoughtfully designed. It comes packed with standard features and tech, and it even has adult-friendly third-row seating. For the money, there are few more appealing ways to move seven or eight people.
MSRP
$31,890 - $43,790
Edmunds Rating
8.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 23
2020 Hyundai Palisade

2.Hyundai Palisade
Introduced in 2020
The Hyundai Palisade might be new to the competitive three-row SUV segment, but it's already putting its competition on notice. Packed with value, comfort, and capability throughout its trim levels, the Palisade is a great pick for a family SUV.
MSRP
$31,775 - $46,625
Edmunds Rating
8.2 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 22

3.2020 Honda Pilot
Redesigned in 2016
The Honda Pilot just makes things easy, from driving long distances to carrying a lot of people and stuff. With a smooth ride, plentiful features, and smart packaging, this SUV has a lot of strengths.
MSRP
$31,550 - $49,620
Edmunds Rating
8.1 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 23

4. 2020 Volkswagen Atlas
Introduced in 2018
The Volkswagen Atlas is a spacious SUV with a third row that even adults can use, a massive cargo area, and a comfortable ride. It's a bit underpowered and lacks personality, but it's still a top pick for a family hauler.
MSRP
$31,545 - $49,195
Edmunds Rating
7.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
22

5.Mazda CX-9
Redesigned in 2016
The Mazda CX-9 is one of the best, and best-looking, three-row crossovers on the road. It's a pleasure to drive and offers a loaded feature list and an upscale interior. Notably, there's less cargo and third-row space than you'll find in some competitors.
MSRP
$33,890 - $46,215
Edmunds Rating
7.9 out of 10
Combined MPG
23 - 24

6. Buick Enclave
Redesigned in 2018
The Enclave is a close cousin of the Chevrolet Traverse but slightly dressed up. It's a well-rounded three-row SUV with class-leading power and space. It's worth a look if you fancy a quiet and comfortable ride that's easy to wheel around town.
MSRP
$40,000 - $56,100
Edmunds Rating
7.7 out of 10
Combined MPG
20 - 21

7.Subaru Ascent
Introduced in 2019
If your family has outgrown the Forester or Outback, the three-row Subaru Ascent could hit the spot. It doesn't have the roomiest third row, but it's got plenty of that distinctive Subaru character.
MSRP
$31,995 - $45,045
Edmunds Rating
7.6 out of 10
Combined MPG
22 - 23

8.Ford Explorer
Redesigned in 2020
The Ford Explorer has uncommonly good balance and poise. It's not the roomiest three-row SUV, but its standard infotainment and safety tech offerings are competitive, and the available engines are strong. The Explorer is mainly held back by the subpar interior material quality and high pricing.
MSRP
$32,765 - $58,250
Edmunds Rating
7.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
20 - 24

9.Chevrolet Traverse
Redesigned in 2018
The Traverse is one of the largest vehicles in the class, with lots of cargo and passenger room. It boasts decent tech and a quiet interior, but prices are a bit high for the segment.
MSRP
$29,800 - $53,200
Edmunds Rating
7.4 out of 10
Combined MPG
20 - 21

10.Nissan Pathfinder
Redesigned in 2013
The Nissan Pathfinder is a competent crossover that doesn't make a strong statement. It's reasonably powerful and capable but is definitely showing its age, especially on the technology front.
MSRP
$31,680 - $44,610
Edmunds Rating
6.8 out of 10
Combined MPG
21 - 23
Source Courtesy:www.edmunds.com

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