Oh, Ford Escapes get pretty good marks for that criteria too.
My Honda was a 2010, that I bought in 2014 with 18K on it.My friend’s RAV is pretty new, I’d guess it to be an ‘18 or ‘19.The Ford Escapes I just know of from my car search when I got the CR-V, I had it narrowed down to that or an Escape. I didn’t like the look of the RAV at the time, and my parents had one, and I just didn’t love it. The more recent RAVs are supposed to be excellent.I’m not a huge car enthusiast so I don’t know a ton about it, as far as specific years, but I think most of those more compact SUVs got rated pretty well.
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I agree about the Japanese, but many German SUVs are worth pennies once they hit 100,000 miles, because of design flaws that require very expensive ($5000-8000+) repairs to keep them running. I'm talking about BMWs, Mercedes, and Audi here. You can buy 100k mile BMW SUVs for a couple thousand all day long around here in good condition - except that funny noise which turns out to be a massive repair bill. It's a false bargain.
thats what i have
Then why did you list it? And yeah, a friend of mine brand new, same thing.Mine, the roof kept leaking and they kept claiming to fix it. They never did and black mold formed under the surface, i was sick on and off for a year till i was finally diagnosed. Went back to a bmw
Never did mention, it just asked what suv is best.
My Transmission messed up on me.
suspension sucks on the jeep liberty.
Lol i had a jeep liberty also. I bought it the year the new body style came out. Horrible gas mileage too
What the hell is a dongfeng?
@Redstang88 it is a Chinese automaker
Hmm, never heard of it
Today's Jeeps are nothing like those tough, simple vehicles of old, especially the SUVs.
No, i like space.
Well I mean pickup truck would be more reliable and more abundant and has space I know suburbans are pretty decent and resilient