Three-row crossovers; they’re what you start considering when your cute pre-teen kids grow into long, lanky teenagers complaining there’s not enough legroom in whatever compact-sized rig you’re currently driving. And the thought of a minivan in the driveway takes away your will to live. Or maybe you’ve discovered some extreme sport that requires something with a far more generous cargo area.
Look, the large seven-or eight-seat crossover is generally not sexy or a blast to drive, but, as family transportation, it’s functional as hell. There’s a number to choose from; I can rhyme off a dozen of them without breaking a sweat. Two of the newest are the Hyundai/Kia near-twins, the Palisade and Telluride respectively, which made their debuts for the 2020 model year. We have here the two topline trims, Palisade’s Ultimate Calligraphy ($54,899) and the $55,695 Telluride SX Limited Nightsky.
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Дата публикации видео: 2021-04-21 19:00:03