These Are The Worst Three-Row Crossovers You Can Buy

Why? Because their third-rows are terrible.

Crossovers are all the suburban rage these days, with families trading in sedans, SUVs and even minivans in order to own what’s essentially nothing more than a raised and stretched hatchback with an SUV-like body. Typically you’ll find most CUVs offering two-rows of seats, like the Ford Edge, but some automakers are doing their utmost to squeeze in a third-row, which isn’t always a smart idea. Consumer Reports has released its list of the worst three-row crossovers currently on sale, based on seat comfort and accessibility to the third-row.

Never mind performance, value, infotainment systems or reliability, this test is solely about that third-row and how adults and even children don’t belong there. Some of CR’s findings will surprise you, others won’t, but all should be avoided if a third-row is important for you to have. Land Rover Range Rover Sport Kia SorentoVolvo XC90Dodge JourneyBMW X5Hyundai Santa FeAudi Q7

Related Cars

Starting MSRP
Starting MSRP
Starting MSRP
Starting MSRP
Starting MSRP

Read Next