Best 2014 Full-size SUVs by Family Car

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#1 — Buick Enclave

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521 listings

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

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

#2 — Toyota Sequoia

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88 listings

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

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

#3 — Ford Expedition

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385 listings

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

Based on 1,159 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
Family Car
7.5
Looks/Style
6.4
Handling
4.8
Cargo Capacity
7.9
Value
5.8
Front Seats
7.6
Overall
5.5
Back Seats
6.9
Power
7.1

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
Family Car
6.9
Looks/Style
5
Handling
3.4
Cargo Capacity
7.7
Value
7.6
Front Seats
6.5
Overall
6
Back Seats
5.5
Power
8

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

#6 — GMC Acadia

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773 listings

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

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

#7 — Chevrolet Traverse

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782 listings

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

Based on 1,179 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
Family Car
5.9
Looks/Style
8.2
Handling
7.1
Cargo Capacity
5.7
Value
9.3
Front Seats
5.8
Overall
7
Back Seats
3.8
Power
8

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

#9 — Chevrolet Tahoe

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313 listings

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

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

#10 — Nissan Armada

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135 listings

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

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

#11 — Hyundai Santa Fe XL

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1 listings

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

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

#12 — Hyundai Santa Fe

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156 listings

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

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

#13 — GMC Yukon

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171 listings

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

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

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