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For our annual state-of-the-segment compact SUV comparison test we rounded up six small SUVs and set off on a two-day, 450-mile drive that took us on a roundabout route from coastal-adjacent Kelley Blue Book headquarters in Irvine, California, to our local mountains and Big Bear Lake.

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http://www.kbb.com/car-news/all-the-latest/2016-compact-suv-comparison/2100000761/

*Our comparison tests are different from most in that we keep the focus on comparison, not competition. We don’t pick winners and losers because the right choice for one buyer is the wrong choice for another. Our goal here is not to tell you which car to buy, but to make it easier for you to decide which is best for you.

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  1. There are only 4 good crossovers, 1-Mazda cx5 2-Subaru forester 3-Toyota RAV4 4-Hyundai Tucson, the rest of them are trash

  2. Here's how it goes in my book… #1 Ford Escape #2 Honda CRV#3 Hyundai #4 Jeep Cherokee #5 Toyota RAV4 #6 Kia Shortage and #7 Subaru Foraster

  3. no Jeep or Subaru ? the Ford looks like a starfleet shuttle craft. we test drove it. Wife couldn't get past the 'alluring style'

  4. Much better review than the lying Consumer Report's videos. Consumer Report's disabled comments because they don't want to hear about it.

  5. the Hyundai Tucson does not have 245HP. The max HP output of the 1.6L is 175HP and 195lbs of torque. Please update your video to reflect the correct information.

  6. No Suburu, one the best selling SUVs on the market, snow areas are littered with them. Good test, this is like watching a race where you only invite the slow kids.

  7. I have a 2013 Toyota RAV4 limited, my wife has 2011 Honda CR-V Ex. Want to take a look at the Ford Escape or the Ford Edge. Wife doesn't like ford but I'm not buying another Honda and their shiity cvt transmission. Maybe the Toyota Highlander for the wife. Suggestions?

  8. You have Kia and Hyundai which are essentially the same car mechanically and omit Toyota RAV4 and Subaru Forester. Mitsubishi ? Is it still relevant? Flawed comparison from he get go.

  9. screw Kia and fuck Hyundai and while your at it toss the Mitsubishi in there as well crap cheap shit vehicles you couldn't pay me enough to own one of those cheap shitboxs

  10. My dad sold Mitsubishi, thus I owned two of them. They are garbage on the resale market and won't fetch much in trade. If, like me, your vehicles are well-maintained and low mileage, invest in Honda, Toyota or Subaru for the best trade value when you're ready to upgrade.

  11. Love my 2017 tucson and i hate toyotas nissans mazdas Mitsubishi american cars and love teslas and Mercedes

  12. It's so sad what happened to Mitsubishi. They used to offer great products that were unique and compelling. Now it seems their only selling point is low price and good warranties.

  13. I like Sportage because it's something different, new. It was re-designed and is more aerodynamic. And according to Kia was inspired in the design and thinking of the aerodynamics of combat aircraft

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