Top 6 SUVs of 2021 For Any Type of Driver
There are many advantages to driving an SUV. SUVs offer superior cargo room, but you do not have any of the problems as you would with a larger truck, such as poor gas mileage. SUVs typically do well no matter the environment, making them a good choice for highway, urban and even off-road conditions. Whether you are shopping for yourself or looking for a family vehicle, there are several upcoming 2021 SUVs to keep an eye on. The following is a quick overview to help you make your decision easier.
2021 Audi Q1
Audi has gained a lot of attention lately for their Q-line of SUVs. In 2020, the Q7 and Q5 were considered some of the top luxury SUVs on the market. The new Q1 is largely modeled after the Q3. It features a large, spacious cabin, perfect for going on vacations or traveling with the family. The Q-line is also highly praised for top of the line safety features. As of writing, Audi has released limited details on the Q1, but Audi has promised additional cargo space and improved suspension compared to previous models. An official price has not been released, but automotive experts are predicting the Q1 will cost between $23,000 to $25,000.
2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer
The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer is one of the most anticipated vehicles in 2021, in no small part because of the affordable price. As of writing, a brand new 2021 Trailblazer is going for $19,000, making it one of the best options for any shoppers who are on a budget, but do not want to take any chances buying a used vehicle.
The 2021 Trailblazer has several improvements compared to older models. One of the upgrades is a 7-inch touch-screen, which also acts as a Wi-Fi hot spot and is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Trailblazer also has more cargo space, featuring a longer design to accommodate bulkier cargo. The extra size also ensures the Trailblazer comfortably fits four passengers. The 2021 model also comes standard with the usual Trailblazer perks, such as automatic emergency braking, lane keep assistance and a following distance indicator.
2021 Ford Bronco
Many Ford enthusiasts are excited about the 2021 Bronco. While other Broncos have been produced, 2021 marks the first time since 1996 Ford has promised a Bronco designed for both highway and off-roading. There are several variants available, but all the 2021 Broncos come standard with four-wheel drive. The majority of Broncos come standard with the Sasquatch Package. This package includes 35-inch tires, higher ground clearance and both front and rear electronic locking differentials. Additionally, the package offers beadlock-capable wheels. A major difference between the models is automatic versus manual transmission.
The exact price of the 2021 Bronco varies depending on the package. Prices are expected to start around $28,000 to $30,000, with the more expensive models going for as much as $63,500. As of writing, Ford is allowing drivers to reserve a place on the waiting list by submitting a $100 refundable deposit.
2021 Genesis GV80
The GV80 is manufactured by Hyundai. The Genesis is one of the newest models of SUV on the market. Previously, the Genesis was a sedan-only brand, but the upcoming GV80 is an opulent SUV, with multiple options available, including space for two and three row seating. The dashboard is designed with a minimalistic approach, especially compared to other SUVs. However, it still features some luxuries, including a 14.5-inch split screen display. Rear-wheel drive is standard, but there is an additional option for all-wheel drive. The GV80 is predicted to be one of the most expensive SUVs for 2021, with an estimated starting price close to $49,000.
2021 GMC Yukon
GMC is producing two variants of the Yukon, the standard version, and a Yukon XL. GMC typically designs more rugged SUVs than their competition, with past reviews noting they had more in common with trucks. The 2021 Yukon offers more cabin pace than previous models. It also boasts better air suspension, making it even better for driving off-road.
The 2021 model comes standard with all-terrain tires and protective skid plating for the underbody components. Both versions also include a 15-inch head-up display. The XL boasts a larger frame and even more power than the standard model, able to tow up to 8,400 pounds. The starting price for the standard model is $52,000, while the XL goes for $55,000.