Best 2014 Full-size SUVs by Cargo Capacity

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#1 — Toyota Sequoia

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88 listings

Used Starting From
$21,498
Cargo Capacity
9.4
Value
8.2
Back Seats
9.6
Family Car
8.9
Handling
6
Overall
7.9
Looks/Style
6.7
Power
9.2
Front Seats
7

Based on 1,487 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#2 — Ford Expedition

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385 listings

Used Starting From
$9,995
Cargo Capacity
8.6
Value
8.1
Back Seats
9.1
Family Car
8.8
Handling
7.3
Overall
8.3
Looks/Style
7.7
Power
8.1
Front Seats
7.9

Based on 1,159 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#3 — Buick Enclave

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521 listings

Used Starting From
$7,900
Cargo Capacity
7.9
Value
9.3
Back Seats
9.4
Family Car
10
Handling
10
Overall
9.5
Looks/Style
9.2
Power
8.2
Front Seats
10

Based on 1,233 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#4 — GMC Yukon XL

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150 listings

Used Starting From
$12,994
Cargo Capacity
7.9
Value
5.8
Back Seats
6.9
Family Car
7.5
Handling
4.8
Overall
5.5
Looks/Style
6.4
Power
7.1
Front Seats
7.6

Based on 1,005 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#5 — Chevrolet Suburban

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245 listings

Used Starting From
$10,500
Cargo Capacity
7.7
Value
7.6
Back Seats
5.5
Family Car
6.9
Handling
3.4
Overall
6
Looks/Style
5
Power
8
Front Seats
6.5

Based on 972 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#6 — Chevrolet Tahoe

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313 listings

Used Starting From
$8,300
Full-size SUV Trims
Cargo Capacity
7.2
Value
5.7
Back Seats
6.7
Family Car
5.9
Handling
6.7
Overall
5.3
Looks/Style
7.7
Power
7.8
Front Seats
7.6

Based on 836 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#7 — Nissan Armada

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135 listings

Used Starting From
$8,995
Full-size SUV Trims
Cargo Capacity
6.2
Value
7.5
Back Seats
6.2
Family Car
5.5
Handling
5.1
Overall
7.2
Looks/Style
6.3
Power
7.1
Front Seats
7.4

Based on 1,577 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#8 — Ford Explorer

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1,788 listings

Used Starting From
$7,299
Full-size SUV Trims
Cargo Capacity
5.7
Value
9.3
Back Seats
3.8
Family Car
5.9
Handling
7.1
Overall
7
Looks/Style
8.2
Power
8
Front Seats
5.8

Based on 1,289 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#9 — GMC Acadia

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773 listings

Used Starting From
$8,995
Cargo Capacity
5.6
Value
8.2
Back Seats
6.9
Family Car
6.6
Handling
5.5
Overall
5.2
Looks/Style
7.4
Power
7.1
Front Seats
7.6

Based on 1,201 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#10 — Chevrolet Traverse

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782 listings

Used Starting From
$5,980
Full-size SUV Trims
Cargo Capacity
5.6
Value
8.7
Back Seats
5.2
Family Car
6.4
Handling
4.9
Overall
5.9
Looks/Style
4.1
Power
4.2
Front Seats
4.6

Based on 1,179 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#11 — GMC Yukon

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171 listings

Used Starting From
$12,895
Full-size SUV Trims
Cargo Capacity
4.9
Value
4.7
Back Seats
6.3
Family Car
4.9
Handling
3.3
Overall
5.2
Looks/Style
6.2
Power
6.4
Front Seats
4.7

Based on 853 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#12 — Hyundai Santa Fe XL

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1 listings

Used Starting From
$0
Full-size SUV Trims
Cargo Capacity
4.2
Value
6.5
Back Seats
4.5
Family Car
5.2
Handling
3.8
Overall
5.7
Looks/Style
5.8
Power
3.6
Front Seats
5.3

Based on 1,219 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#13 — Hyundai Santa Fe

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156 listings

Used Starting From
$7,895
Full-size SUV Trims
Cargo Capacity
4
Value
8.1
Back Seats
2.6
Family Car
4.9
Handling
5
Overall
6.1
Looks/Style
6.4
Power
5.3
Front Seats
4

Based on 1,609 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

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