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2017 New SUVs, Trucks, and Vans: The Ultimate Buyer's Guide

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2017 New SUVs, Trucks, and Vans: The Ultimate Buyer's Guide

In segments across the automotive industry, crossovers are becoming the answer for an increasing number of buyers. And you've probably heard that before, but our appetite for crossovers has been nearly insatiable. From Toyota's wildly styled subcompact crossover to the activity in the super-luxury crossover segment, this buyer's guide covers it all. Still, don't count out vans, minivans, and trucks. Also in this guide are trucks such as the Colorado- and Tacoma-challenging Ridgeline plus vans including the ambitious Chrysler Pacifica family-mobile.

In a market bursting with activity, let us help you make sense of your choices with basic info, specs, and often five-year retained value percentages on that truck, van, or SUV you've been eyeing. Looking for a new car? Try the 2017 New Cars Ultimate Buyer's Guide.

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KEY 
5M: 5-speed manual
6A: 6-speed automatic
6-sp auto-cl man: 6-speed auto-clutch manual
7-sp twin-cl auto: 7-speed twin-clutch automatic
FWD: front-wheel drive
AWD: all-wheel drive
RWD: rear-wheel drive 

All-New: New inside and out, possible powertrain changes
Major: Mid-cycle change updates, minor powertrain changes
Minor: Special editions, significant new features
Unchanged: Minor trim or package changes, new colors
NHTSA and IIHS: Safety data derived from 2016 or 2017 model ratings
IntelliChoice: Five-year retained value data may apply to common vehicle variants, not an average of all model variants.
EPA Ratings: EPA ratings for the 2017 model year are more stringent than before, so keep in mind as you're new-car shopping that a car with no mechanical changes from 2016 may still get a slightly different rating for 2017.

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