2020 SUVs You Can Get Behind the Wheel of Right Now

When shopping for a new SUV, you should think twice before buying a 2019 model. Not only are 2019 models on their way out, but choosing a 2020 model will also have a higher resale value down the road. 

And right now, the newest 2020 vehicles may also be eligible for special offers. Dealerships are offering the latest models, complete with new features and styling, before 2020 actually arrives. Here are a few 2020 SUVs you can get behind the wheel of right now.

2020 Toyota Sequoia

If you’re in the market for a full-size SUV, take a look at the 2020 Toyota Sequoia. Families love the Sequoia’s spacious interior. Bulletproof reliability makes the new Sequoia even more rewarding.

 With a total of 381 horsepower under the hood, the Sequoia is strong enough to tow up to 7,400 pounds. For 2020, Toyota has brought back the SUV’s adventurous TRD Pro trim. It’s specially engineered for drivers who love traveling through the rugged backcountry. A Toyota Safety Sense package comes standard across the lineup, which includes accident-avoidance technologies like pre-collision braking. 

Prices start at $49,905.

2020 Honda Pilot

In the eyes of many people, the Pilot is Honda’s best family SUV. This three-row crossover features a roomy interior and above-average fuel economy, two qualities that make it an excellent choice. And everyone will appreciate the Pilot’s smooth ride. 

Meanwhile, a powerful V6 engine ensures an effortless on-road performance. Although even the standard trim has an attractive look, expect the all-new Black Edition trim to really cause heads to turn. All of Honda’s latest technologies are available, including the automaker’s recently updated Display Audio infotainment system. 

A listed starting MSRP of $32,145 makes the new Honda Pilot a strong value.

2020 Mazda CX-30

Mazda’s newest small crossover may prove to be the perfect daily-driver. It’s efficient, stylish, and loaded with modern technology. With an estimated starting price in the $22,000 range, the 2020 Mazda CX-30 should fit any budget. 

Powering the new CX-30 is Mazda’s popular 2.5-liter, SkyActiv four-cylinder engine. Expect it to push out a competitive 186 horsepower. An available six-speed manual transmission adds to the CX-30’s fun factor. 

Some of the available features on the 2020 SUV include a Mazda Connect 8.8-inch touchscreen and a 12-speaker Bose sound system. Innovative safety features, like Cruising & Traffic Support and Front Cross Traffic Alert, give you more reason to consider the new CX-30.

2020 Ford Explorer

Over the years, the Ford Explorer has remained one of the best-selling SUVs on the market. And for 2020, it’s received a complete redesign. 

Rear-wheel drive replaces last year’s front-wheel-drive system. This equates to improved handling and a higher towing capacity. While the SUV’s standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine saves fuel, an optional twin-turbo V6 engine raises the performance needle. And hybrid model has finally hit the lineup. 

Ford’s Terrain Management System also enables the Explorer to handle an off-road adventure. Some of the impressive standard features include a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, an 8.0-inch touchscreen, and a Co-Pilot360 safety package. It’s priced at $36,675.

2020 Chevrolet Traverse

The 2020 Chevy Traverse is a popular three-row crossover, and a few updates were made to the newest model year. Every trim level is now powered by a muscular V6 engine. Technology lovers will especially appreciate the Traverse’s new Infotainment 3 interface. The interface’s sharper graphics and responsive touchscreen promise to leave you impressed. 

Most importantly, this SUV remains a highly recommended family vehicle. Excellent crash scores and a roomy third row make the Traverse hard to beat. Folks seeking a sporty look will like the RS trim, which features blacked-out exterior accents and 20-inch alloy wheels. 

Prices start at $29,800.

2020 GMC Yukon

The 2020 GMC Yukon is a solid option for big families. There’s a lot to like about this full-size SUV. While its high-class interior will keep passengers satisfied, strong V8 engines allow drivers to have a bit of fun. An 8,500-pound maximum towing capacity makes the new Yukon a great alternative to a pickup truck. 

Although the Yukon may start at $66,700, it’s well worth its price. All of the most popular features are standard. Highlights include Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone support, a Bose sound system, and three-zone automatic climate control. Low-speed automatic braking and a vibrating Safety Alert Seat are just a couple of the available safety features.

2020 Kia Soul EV

Drivers looking to live a green lifestyle will love the redesigned 2020 Kia Soul EV. It’s become one of the hottest electric vehicles of the year. 

There’s no overlooking the latest model’s cooler styling. However, the biggest improvements are found under the hood. The crossover’s electric powertrain develops a more enjoyable 201 horsepower and 291 pound-feet of torque. This means drivers can look forward to experiencing far more performance. Meanwhile, an increased driving range of 243 miles gives enables you to travel even further. Several attractive features come standard, including a 10.3-inch touchscreen. 

Expect to pay around $42,595 for a new Soul EV.

2020 Buick Envision

Buick no longer only caters to older drivers. While the 2020 Buick Envision offers great comfort for seniors, its modern styling appeals to the younger crowd. 

You’ll also appreciate this small crossover’s punchy performance. A four-cylinder engine with 197 horsepower comes standard. Driving enthusiasts should go for the turbocharged four-cylinder, which cranks out 252 horsepower. To experience pure luxury, step up to the leather-lined Premium II trim. Buick equips it with a head-up display, ventilated front seats, and a Bose premium sound system. All of Buick’s newest safety technologies are also available. 

While the base Envision starts at $31,995, prices for the range-topping model surpass $43,000.

2020 Cadillac XT4

The 2020 Cadillac XT4 is another small crossover worth considering. A starting price of $35,695 enables the XT4 to easily compete with its European rivals. To make the new X4 a better value, Cadillac has added automatic emergency to the SUV’s list of standard equipment. 

Many people are drawn to the XT4’s sharp exterior styling. However, it’s not just a good-looking ride. A 237-horsepower engine also ensures responsive performance. 

While highly sought-after features like high-speed Wi-Fi and satellite radio come standard, plenty of nice options are available. Comfort is greatly enhanced with the upgraded front seats with a massaging function.

2020 BMW X2

Priced at $36,400, the 2020 BMW X2 is one of BMW’s most affordable vehicles. However, it doesn’t force you to make any sacrifices. Families will appreciate this compact crossover’s surprisingly spacious interior and luxurious amenities. 

A sporty nature also enables the X2 to keep drivers engaged. While the standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine kicks out 228 horsepower, BMW tweaks the high-performance M35i model to develop 302 horsepower. Even the base X2 comes standard with BMW’s excellent iDrive infotainment system.

Don’t wait to begin your search for a new 2020 SUV. With so many great incentives currently available, now is the perfect time to hit the dealership. To get the best deal, thoroughly research every model. 

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