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The Best 6-Passenger Vehicles of 2018

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By Steven Loveday of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 30: Growing families need loads of space – not only for passengers, but also for cargo. Most of today’s cars offer only two bucket seats up front, because the days of front-row bench seats have long disappeared. That means you won’t be finding a lot of 2-row vehicles with six seats.In order to enjoy more room, you’ll need to consider a 3-row SUV or minivan. There are many solid options to choose from, so picking the one that best suits your priorities and budget is no easy task.The following vehicles are either SUVs or minivans that seat at least six passengers, although some of the SUVs require an upgrade to get three rows. Where that’s the case, we’ve included the price with the added row. We’ve chosen and ranked the vehicles based on their U.S. News overall score as a first priority, followed by their interior score.It’s important to note that the vehicles in this article come from a number of different classes. They may have the same number of seats, but they are scored differently in our rankings. After all, a minivan is very different from a full-size SUV, which is different from a midsize crossover. Bear that in mind as you look at the ranking below.Keep in mind that U.S. News rankings and reviews have a tendency to change often. This is because we constantly update our scores based on new data and expert opinions from automotive journalists. So, the scores in this slideshow may not match the scores in our rankings.This article covers 6-passenger vehicles from mainstream brands. If you’re interested in 6-passenger vehicles from luxury brands, click here.Continue reading to learn more about today’s best 6-passenger vehicles.

These Vehicles Will Carry Your Whole Family in Comfort

Growing families need loads of space – not only for passengers, but also for cargo. Most of today’s cars offer only two bucket seats up front, because the days of front-row bench seats have long disappeared. That means you won’t be finding a lot of 2-row vehicles with six seats.

In order to enjoy more room, you’ll need to consider a 3-row SUV or minivan. There are many solid options to choose from, so picking the one that best suits your priorities and budget is no easy task.

The following vehicles are either SUVs or minivans that seat at least six passengers, although some of the SUVs require an upgrade to get three rows. Where that’s the case, we’ve included the price with the added row. We’ve chosen and ranked the vehicles based on their U.S. News overall score as a first priority, followed by their interior score.

It’s important to note that the vehicles in this article come from a number of different classes. They may have the same number of seats, but they are scored differently in our rankings. After all, a minivan is very different from a full-size SUV, which is different from a midsize crossover. Bear that in mind as you look at the ranking below.

Keep in mind that U.S. News rankings and reviews have a tendency to change often. This is because we constantly update our scores based on new data and expert opinions from automotive journalists. So, the scores in this slideshow may not match the scores in our rankings.

This article covers 6-passenger vehicles from mainstream brands. If you’re interested in 6-passenger vehicles from luxury brands, click here.

Continue reading to learn more about today’s best 6-passenger vehicles.

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