Buying a New Mid-Size SUV

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Asked by vadravik Sep 17, 2019 at 09:52 AM about the Chevrolet Camaro

Question type: General

Hello Experts,
If I'm buying a NEW SUV from the below list, which one is BEST among them?
1. Jeep - Cherokee
2. Chevy - Equinox
3. Nissan - Rogue

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Jeeps are not reliable and you'll regret having bought one. Equinox is better, in my opinion, but not by much. Rogue has issues, especially with the transmission, not favorable..... I'd look somewhere else. Toyota has completely redesigned the RAV4 and where I disapproved of the cheap interiors & lackluster performance, those have been corrected: it's really nice now, and I'd definitely test drive it. My wife has a 2016 Mazda CX-5 and it's been really good, and the 2016 and newer get my personal recommendation. You could also look at Honda's CRV. It too has a CVT, but it's way better than Nissan's.

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Skip the Jeep and the Rogue. Personally I would be looking at Japanese cars and Fords, not these three.

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Thank you for your valuable suggestion sir.. :)

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