List Of 7 Passenger Crossover Vehicles
Top List Of 7 Passenger Crossover Vehicles
• Nissan Rogue
• Dodge Journey
• Chevy Equinox
• Chevy Traverse
• Buick Enclave
• Acura LDX
The top list of 7 passenger crossover vehicles used, or new, has to include one of the lowest priced crossover vehicles around. The Nissan Rogue in its base version starts around $20.000. The Rogue is considered a small crossover vehicle, with a fuel efficient four cylinder 2.5-liter engine. The Rogue is built on the same platform as Nissan’s popular Sentra. Highlights of the Rogue include the Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), electric power –assisted steering, and Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) with traction control. The CVT is responsible for the outstanding fuel economy combined with a decent overall performance. The 2008 Nissan Rogue has earned his spot on the list of crossover vehicles.
The Dodge Journey is relatively new to the crossover segment of the market. With a starting price of a little over $21,000, the Journey is still one of the lowest priced crossover vehicles available. The Dodge Journey fits between the compact Caliber and the Grand Caravan in utility, and passenger capacity. The highlights of this crossover include an available four or six- cylinder engine, the spacious cabin, amenities like in floor storage bins, Flip’n Stow Storage, and a passenger capacity of 7. Notable standard equipment includes the Electronic Stability Program and Electronic Roll Mitigation.
The Chevrolet Equinox is a compact crossover on the list of 7 passenger crossover vehicles that offers much of the flexibility of larger SUVs. The impressive fuel economy of the Equinox speaks for itself, and is listed with 32mpg /highway for the four-cylinder engine. The quiet, roomy interior is stylish and luxurious, while the exterior is bold with a two-bar grille, big fender flares, and the complex headlights. Highlights of the Chevrolet Equinox include the height adjustable power liftgate, and rear-seat entertainment system. A V-6 engine is also available for the Chevy Equinox. The 2010 Equinox starts at $23,000 and tops out at $37,000.
The Chevrolet Traverse combines contemporary styling with maximum interior space. This crossover has enough room for 7 passengers, but offers a better fuel economy than SUVs with the same interior space. The Chevy Travers delivers a smooth ride with strong acceleration, and fuel economy in the mid twenties. StabilyTrak Stability Control with Rollover Mitigation Technology is just one of the many notable standard features of the Traverse. This crossover is available with a V-8 for those who need the towing capability of a bigger engine. The 2011 Chevrolet Traverse starts at $30,000 and goes all the way up to $45,000, depending on the selected options and extras.
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The Buick Enclave is a family friendly crossover vehicle for up to eight passengers. The Enclave is Buick’s entry into the growing luxury SUV category, competing with other brands like Lexus, Acura, and Audi. This crossover starts around $36,000 and fully loaded for almost $55,000.
The Acura MDX has its place on the list of 7 passenger crossover vehicles used, or new. The MDX is available between $42,930 for the base version, and $55,000 fully loaded. The new MDX, Acura’s largest SUV, sports a new front and rear end for 2010. Interior upgrades and a new Sequential SportShift six-speed automatic transmission are noteworthy.
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Image Source Nissan Rogue By IFCAR (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Dodge Journey By U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Chevrolet Equinox By IFCAR (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Chevrolet Traverse By IFCAR (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Buick Enclave By IFCAR (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Image Source Acura MDX By U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (safercar.gov) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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