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23 Fastest SUVs in 2019

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By Cherise Threewitt of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 26: There have always been a handful of speedy SUVs available for buyers who are into such things, but 2019’s lineup is among the best we’ve seen so far. There are a couple of factors involved here. Since crossovers and SUVs are consistently increasing in popularity, it only makes sense for auto manufacturers to increase profit margins by borrowing tech from sports and luxury cars. And on a similar note, you’ll see a few new or recently introduced models from brands known primarily for sports cars or exotics, all trying to grab some of that sweet, sweet market share. 
Yeah, these quick SUVs get expensive, but there are a few budget-friendly options in here, too. We’ve ranked these crossovers and SUVs until we end up with the fastest 0-60 time, and there are a handful of more affordable models scattered throughout, so you might be surprised. In the case of a tie, the vehicle with the higher horsepower rating takes the higher positioning.

No Slouches Among These Fast SUVs

There have always been a handful of speedy SUVs available for buyers who are into such things, but 2019’s lineup is among the best we’ve seen so far. There are a couple of factors involved here. Since crossovers and SUVs are consistently increasing in popularity, it only makes sense for auto manufacturers to increase profit margins by borrowing tech from sports and luxury cars. And on a similar note, you’ll see a few new or recently introduced models from brands known primarily for sports cars or exotics, all trying to grab some of that sweet, sweet market share. 

Yeah, these quick SUVs get expensive, but there are a few budget-friendly options in here, too. We’ve ranked these crossovers and SUVs until we end up with the fastest 0-60 time, and there are a handful of more affordable models scattered throughout, so you might be surprised. In the case of a tie, the vehicle with the higher horsepower rating takes the higher positioning.

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