Best 2012 Full-size SUVs by Looks/Style

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#1 — Buick Enclave

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659 listings

Used Starting From
$5,990
Full-size SUV Trims
Looks/Style
9.8
Power
9.8
Value
9.2
Family Car
10
Front Seats
9.9
Back Seats
10
Handling
10
Cargo Capacity
8.9
Overall
10

Based on 1,438 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#2 — Chevrolet Tahoe

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331 listings

Used Starting From
$6,757
Full-size SUV Trims
Looks/Style
7.6
Power
9.6
Value
6.9
Family Car
7.2
Front Seats
4.8
Back Seats
6.7
Handling
6.1
Cargo Capacity
7.9
Overall
6.4

Based on 767 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#3 — GMC Yukon

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191 listings

Used Starting From
$8,995
Full-size SUV Trims
Looks/Style
7.2
Power
7.5
Value
4.6
Family Car
6.7
Front Seats
6.4
Back Seats
8.1
Handling
4.6
Cargo Capacity
7
Overall
5.3

Based on 796 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#4 — Ford Explorer

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651 listings

Used Starting From
$5,667
Full-size SUV Trims
Looks/Style
6.9
Power
6.8
Value
7.3
Family Car
5.8
Front Seats
6.8
Back Seats
4.5
Handling
6.8
Cargo Capacity
4.6
Overall
6.7

Based on 1,125 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#5 — GMC Acadia

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917 listings

Used Starting From
$3,800
Full-size SUV Trims
Looks/Style
6.7
Power
6.4
Value
7.1
Family Car
6.3
Front Seats
5.9
Back Seats
6.3
Handling
5.6
Cargo Capacity
7.3
Overall
5.4

Based on 1,039 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#6 — Nissan Armada

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157 listings

Used Starting From
$6,912
Looks/Style
6.4
Power
5.9
Value
7.2
Family Car
6.3
Front Seats
8.6
Back Seats
7.8
Handling
5
Cargo Capacity
6
Overall
7.1

Based on 1,486 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#7 — Toyota Sequoia

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46 listings

Used Starting From
$12,500
Looks/Style
6.2
Power
9.1
Value
5.4
Family Car
8.2
Front Seats
6.6
Back Seats
8.5
Handling
6.7
Cargo Capacity
9.7
Overall
6

Based on 1,195 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#8 — Ford Expedition

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323 listings

Used Starting From
$4,950
Looks/Style
5.6
Power
6.1
Value
7.3
Family Car
6.8
Front Seats
6
Back Seats
6.6
Handling
5.9
Cargo Capacity
7.2
Overall
5.2

Based on 1,036 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#9 — GMC Yukon XL

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135 listings

Used Starting From
$8,691
Looks/Style
4.9
Power
7.5
Value
6
Family Car
5.8
Front Seats
7.4
Back Seats
6.6
Handling
3.7
Cargo Capacity
7.4
Overall
4.4

Based on 869 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#10 — Chevrolet Traverse

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743 listings

Used Starting From
$3,700
Full-size SUV Trims
Looks/Style
4.7
Power
5
Value
9.4
Family Car
7.8
Front Seats
6.1
Back Seats
6.2
Handling
5
Cargo Capacity
6.7
Overall
6.3

Based on 1,147 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#11 — Chevrolet Suburban

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264 listings

Used Starting From
$7,800
Looks/Style
4.7
Power
6.9
Value
5.6
Family Car
7.6
Front Seats
4.5
Back Seats
5.5
Handling
4.8
Cargo Capacity
8.8
Overall
5.3

Based on 860 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#12 — Hyundai Santa Fe

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293 listings

Used Starting From
$5,500
Looks/Style
3.4
Power
5.8
Value
5.5
Family Car
4.6
Front Seats
3.9
Back Seats
3.8
Handling
3.9
Cargo Capacity
3.7
Overall
4.2

Based on 977 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

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