Best SUVs for Buyers

2016 Toyota Sequoia
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Prices are Down for These SUVs

SUVs are hot these days. In fact, while sales of cars have declined 8.9 percent so far in 2016, SUVs and crossovers have registered 6.4 percent sales growth. To go along with increased demand, most SUV segments have experienced some price inflation over the last year. For instance, luxury midsize SUV prices are up 1.8 percent year over year, while compact SUV prices have risen 1.9 percent.

There are, however, a few SUV segments with lower average transaction prices now than a year ago. Using industry data from Kelley Blue Book and Automotive News, we’ve determined that subcompact SUVs, large SUVs, and luxury large SUVs are the classes in which you could see the biggest savings right now. Within those segments, we’ve highlighted the vehicles with the most favorable buying conditions. So if you’re looking to pay a price below sticker this month for an SUV, this slide show is a great place to start your search.

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