The Jeep Liberty may be a great SUV for you whether you are single, married, or married with children. It is a compact style SUV that offers class and sport simultaneously. It offers a variety of safety features with the air bag systems as well as four-wheel anti-lock brakes and traction control.
But Volvo designed an ingenious solution for this. With a touch of a button, a mechanism forces the folded roof upward against the top of the trunk. Once that step is done, it is just a matter of sliding in your limited luggage into the car’s trunk. Once the luggage is safely stowed away, just simply release the forced up folded roof, close the trunk’s lid and you are ready to go. Volvo C70 owners can also use the second row of seats to hold their cargo. The limited legroom of the second row of seats makes it more suitable to hold cargoes than passengers.
Pricing and Financing: The Cruze has a slightly higher base price of $21,700 including freight and pdi, while the Elantra comes in at $20,944 including freight and pdi. For the cash buyer, the Elantra is the obvious choice. However if one chooses to finance the vehicle as the vast majority of buyers will, the Cruze takes the advantage with its available 84 month 0% offer available at the time of the writing of this article. On a monthly basis the Cruze ends up being about $12 a month cheaper. Advantage goes to Cruze.
Not too many years ago, it was not uncommon for most models of SUVs to get significantly lower gas mileage ratings than mid-sized cars. Many of today’s models, however, have been designed with fuel efficiency in mind. There are quite a few models available to choose from that offer fuel efficiency comparable to what many mid-sized cars offer.
Comfort and Convenience: Both the Cruze and the Elantra have a host of standard features that you would not have found on a compact car just a few years ago. These include heated exterior mirrors, iPod line in jacks and in the case of the Elantra xenon birne. Both cars are very pleasant to drive and are well mannered. The Elantra has a great steering wheel that feels nice to grip with your hand. Both cars also have a tilt and telescoping steering wheel. In terms of interior noise levels the Cruze is the winner. It is remarkably quiet on the highway for a small car. Ride and handling also have to favor the Cruze due to its more advanced “z-link” rear suspension set up that improves handling and provides a better ride over bumpy roads. Advantage goes to Cruze.
You can choose between two vehicle length sizes and roof heights. It has black cloth bucket seats, and the all recline, including the front passenger seat. The Sprinter starts at about $35,000.
The Chevy Suburban is perfect if you drive a lot of people around on a regular basis and need the ability to tow. If you don’t plan on towing and just need a large SUV that can transport a large number of people there are other large vehicles on the market with better mileage. Pricing starts at $41,335 for the base model.