Big jobs call for big SUVs.
When a crossover or midsize SUV just won't cut it, a full-size SUV is worth considering for your next vehicle purchase. Typically, a full-size SUV will come equipped with three standard rows of seating, so you can comfortably accommodate (at least) up to seven passengers. This makes these big SUVs a wonderful choice for growing families who may otherwise feel cramped in a traditional two-row SUV. Meanwhile, some of the best large SUVs also have second- and third-row seats that are easy to fold down for extra cargo storage space so you can transport furniture, groceries, and other everyday items without a hassle.
Check out our list of the best full size SUVs below, based on CarMax sales data from June 1, 2018 through November 30, 2018. This updated list for 2019 shoppers adds three additional vehicles to the list—the Cadillac Escalade, Infiniti QX80 and Lincoln Navigator.
- Chevrolet Tahoe
- Chevrolet Suburban 1500
- GMC Yukon
- Ford Expedition
- Land Rover Range Rover Evoque
- Nissan Armada
- Cadillac Escalade
- Infiniti QX80
- Toyota Sequoia
- Lincoln Navigator
In addition to offering ample passenger and storage space, full-size SUVs also tend to have high towing capacities, designed to tug along things like boats and trailers. Many of today's larger SUVs also come equipped with excellent standard features, including all-wheel drive in some makes and models, as well as convenient technology in the form of driver assistance packages, infotainment systems, and more. All of this, combined with the inherent ruggedness of a sport utility vehicle, can make a full-size SUV a great choice for your next vehicle purchase. Whether you're looking for a powerhouse like the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, or something a little more practical like the Nissan Armada, you'll find plenty of options to meet your needs.
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