The biggest issue facing Americans right now. Rising gas prices. And as Americans continue to pay higher prices at the pump, they’re now asking the question. Are there other vehicles in the market that I can buy that are going to actually give me better fuel economy and if you’re somebody like me who has teenagers You’re still going to need the functionality of an SUV
Here are a handful of great options. If you’re in the market for a sport utility vehicle, that gets you great fuel economy. Midsize SUVs, like the 2022 Nissan Pathfinder are growing in popularity because they offer three rows of seating without gas-guzzling fuel economy, the Pathfinder offers 23 miles per gallon combined.
Toyota has a few options, like the 2022 Highlander, which gets 24 miles combined. There’s also a hybrid version, which gets 36 miles combined
Kia offers its award-winning 2022 Telluride and when choosing the front-wheel-drive version, you’ll get up to 23 miles per gallon combined. The same goes for Telluride’s sister, the 2022 Hyundai Palisade
There are also options from domestic Brands like Ford and Chevy as well. Ford offers both gas and hybrid versions of the 2022 Explorer, the gas version gets 24 miles per gallon combined and the hybrid version gets 27 miles. Consumers can opt for the 2022 Traverse from Chevrolet, which gets 21 miles per gallon combined.
And we can’t forget about Brands like Honda and Volkswagen. The 2022 Honda Pilot gets 23 miles per gallon combined and the 2022 Volkswagen Atlas gets 23 miles combined.
If higher gas prices are a major concern for you and you are thinking about a new vehicle this midsize SUV category might be the right fit for you. The best part might be that they all start around thirty thousand dollars.
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