Cheapest SUVs With a DVD Player

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First, Consider Alternatives

First, some important advice: You might not consider some of the following models, with prices that range from $27,795 to $44,985, inexpensive. This reflects the fact that factory DVD systems can be costly and often require other vehicle upgrades, such as the selection of a higher trim level. Only two models that follow allow a DVD-based rear entertainment system to be ordered on the base trim level.

As a result, it might make sense to look into using an iPad or two on longer trips. These could hold enough videos to keep the kids entertained all the way to grandmother’s house, and they’re considerably cheaper than models with factory-installed DVD and Blu-ray systems.

However, if you still want a factory-installed rear-seat entertainment system, here are some models that could work for you.

As you look at each vehicle, just remember that the scores on our site are updated constantly as new expert reviews and data become available. Therefore, the scores and rankings mentioned in this slideshow may not match the latest information in our reviews.

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