Best New SUVs of 2019
SUVs are still among the most popular vehicles on the road. Crossovers, Midsize, Large, and Luxury SUVs are far more efficient than ever and loaded with navigational, infotainment, and safety technology. Discerning drivers prefer SUVs because of their passenger and cargo capacity, all-weather performance, and off-roading ability. Drivers will have lots of options for SUVs in 2019 as manufacturers have redesigned standard models while introducing new products to the class. Below is a quick look at SUVs that are sure to dominate the market beginning with the BMW X4
BMW reconceptualized the X4 for 2019 by giving it a more powerful drivetrain, a sportier design, and more safety and infotainment features. The X4 crossover has a wider wheelbase with a lower center of gravity, making it easier to navigate on the road. X4 xDrive 30i models are powered by a turbocharged 248-hp, four-cylinder engine. Base MSRP is $50,450. Right now, BMW dealers are offering 4.55% financing for 60 months.
Subaru upgraded the 2019 Forester, positioning it as one of the most highly-rated crossover SUVs of 2019. The most significant improvement was creating more seating capacity and cargo space. Consumers will appreciate the new EyeSight safety suit which comes with standard driver assistance features for all trims. There are mechanical improvements in the folding back seats and the hatch that allows for better entry and exit when loading cargo. Subaru also updated the SI-Drive vehicle dynamics management system. MSRP baseline price is $24,295. Right now, dealers are offering 3.49% financing for a limited term on the 2019 Forester.
Toyota enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to with the 2019 RAV4. Toyota's best-selling vehicle and 5th-generation SUV is crammed with advanced safety and driver assistance features thanks to the updated Toyota Safety Sense 2.0. The package includes automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane tracing assist. Apply CarPlay has been added to the Entune 3.0 infotainment system. Toyota has also radically updated both the interior and exterior designs. MSRP starts at $25,500. Consumers can take advantage of $279 per month for 36 months lease deals with $3,278 due at signing on RAV4.
Chevy's flagship SUV this year may be the 2019 Blazer. Chevy gave the blazer a massive overhaul in the look and feel of the exterior design that puts it on par with their equally impressive 2019 SUVs, Equinox and Traverse. MSRP comes in at $29,995. While there are currently no deals or rebates, dealers are sure to provide more incentives as the year progresses. The blazer rides atop a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, with an option to upscale to a 3.6-liter V6. Both models carry a nine-speed automatic transmission and front or all-wheel drive.
Honda consistently delivers a top-notch midrange SUV experience with their 2019 Pilot. This best-selling SUV received a comprehensive rejuvenation that included a brand new exterior design, an enhanced nine-speed automatic transmission, roomier third-row seating, and carry-over features from the Honda Odyssey. Base MSRP for the new model is $31,450. Honda filled the interior with driver-assistance features, 4G LTE data connection, Wi-Fi hot spot, CabinTalk intercom system, and the CabinControl app for smartphones. The pilot has an 8-passenger capacity and plenty of cargo space that extends with the folding of the 2nd and 3rd rows. Buyers can currently get 1.90% financing for 37-60 months on the Pilot at local dealerships.