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Find out what price other people are paying for popular 2013-2014 SUVs. Our independent editorial team has researched invoice, retail and promotional prices for cars to help people get a fair price.

Sports utility vehicles (SUVs) provide interior space for passengers and/or cargo plus the ability to tow trailers and other equipment. Small SUVs typically handle more like a car and offer better fuel efficiency. Mid-size SUVs offer more interior space than compact models but are still relatively easy to maneuver in tight spots. Large SUVs can be harder to maneuver and use more gas, but offer ample interior space and a commanding view of the road.

 
 
2013 Acura MDX
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $39,900-$45,700
The 2013 Acura MDX is called a best-in-class SUV by several experts. It's fun to drive and has a good selling price. The resale price also is lauded. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Acura RDX
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $32,900-$35,220
Reviewers generally like the RDX, praising its handling and practicality. However, a few missed the quirkiness that made the previous model stand apart. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Audi Allroad
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $40,400-$42,500
The 2013 Audi Allroad fills the niche for drivers who want SUV and wagon features combined. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Audi Q5
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $36,500-$40,900
Reviewers praise the 2013 Audi Q5 for is quality and refinement. It's called a standout among luxury SUVs. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Buick Enclave
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $37,000-442,500
Reviewers generally like the 2013 Enclave, saying it smoothes out some of the rougher edges of the previous iteration. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Cadillac Escalade
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $57,900-$60,000
The Cadillac Escalade and Escalade ESV are iconic vehicles connoting luxury and opulence. While the luxury comes with a hefty price tag, the model is called a solid choice among large SUVs. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Chevrolet Suburban
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $34,200-$35,800
Reviewers typically call the 2012 Chevrolet Suburban the best full-size SUV available. But as fuel prices rise, there is less demand for larger SUVs, and some reviewers say crossovers and minivans are equally capable with better fuel economy. While reviewers note the Suburban can be slow to accelerate, it does provide a comfortable ride. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Chevrolet Tahoe
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $32,000-$43,300
The Chevrolet Tahoe is applauded for being the type of vehicle that can easily handle any terrain. Capable of towing up to 8,000 pounds and carrying a small basketball team, the SUV is good for large families. But some customers might be better suited to crossovers that offer better fuel economy, reviewers said. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Chevrolet Traverse
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $30,050-$33,450
Critics tend to praise the Chevrolet Traverse for its commodious interior, yet many say the styling borders on dull and the engine and handling are uninspiring. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Ford Escape
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $19,400-$20,700
Reviewers are impressed by the significant changes between last year's Escape and the current model. While the car is larger, the interior doesn't gain much room. Critics were impressed with the stability and handling of the 2013 Escape. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Ford Expedition
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $31,800-$34,200
Reviewers give reserved praise to the 2012 Ford Expedition. The Expedition is a working beast -- it can tow up to 9,200 pounds if properly equipped. It also has plenty of cargo space, and in all but the base model can carry up to 8 passengers. But reviewers note the beast suffers when it comes to fuel economy. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 GMC Acadia
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $28,900-$33,800
Reviewers liked of the 2013 GMC Acadia and said it performs well as a full-size crossover, pairing the best of both minivans and SUVs. It delivers a comfortable ride, there's plenty of room for large families, and it can tow up to 5,200 pounds when properly equipped. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 GMC Yukon
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $36,600-$37,300
Reviewers are impressed with the GMC Yukon'sw smooth ride. It is both roomy and powerful, although the third row seats can be tough for adults. The hybrid trims offer better than 23mpg driving around town. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 GMC Yukon XL
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $38,900-$42,200
Reviewers call the 2013 GMC Yukon XL a representation of the American ideal that "bigger is better." And for consumers that need room to carry a sports team and power to tow a trailer, this is the one to buy. But there are trade-offs to consider like poor fuel economy and difficulty maneuvering in tight spots. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Honda CR-V
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $20,250-$24,000
Reviewers say the CR-V is a capable small SUV that does an admirable job addressing road noise and other complaints with the previous generation. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Honda Pilot
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $28,500-$31,900
Reviewers praise the Pilot for its practicality, though some say it lacks the refinement and car-like features of some of its competitors. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Hyundai Tucson
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $18,200-$19,200
Critics praise the Tucson's handsome styling and increased cargo capacity. Potential drawbacks include relatively small cargo capacity. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Infiniti EX35
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $31,900-$37,000+
Reviewers praise the Infiniti EX 35 for its relatively sporty performance and bold styling. However, this styling and sportiness comes at the expense of cargo and passenger room. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Infiniti FX
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $41,200-$45,000
Reviewers are quick to praise the FX's sporty handling and comfortable front seats. Less popular, however, are its relatively cramped quarters and polarizing styling. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Infiniti QX
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $53,800-$62,000
Critics generally praise the QX's luxury appointments and power, though some note the cargo space is smaller than its massive exterior dimensions would suggest. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Jeep Compass
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $14,900-$16,000
While reviewers note the 2013 Jeep Compass is economically priced and fuel-efficient, it lacks power. In addition, critics said the model doesn't live up to the Jeep name. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Jeep Patriot
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $11,900-$14,300
Critics pan the 2013 Jeep Patriot, noting a makeover can't come soon enough. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Jeep Wrangler
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $20,200-$21,500
Reviewers call the Jeep Wrangler and adept off-road vehicle, but it hardly offers a car-like ride on the pavement. Although the model has become more refined in recent years, it's still a basic, no-frills-type of vehicle. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Kia Sorento
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $18,200-$20,000
The 2013 Kia Sorento is well-received by reviewers, who call it an ideal-size SUV for small families. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Kia Sportage
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $19,400-$24,300
Critics praise the Sportage for its sharp styling and practicality. However, some note that a relatively small cabin and rough ride mean it might not be a great fit for some buyers. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Land Rover Range Rover
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $74,900-$77,300
Reviewers said the Range Rover is they type of vehicle that can function well in just about any terrain and the Supercharged trim provides immense power. But the 2012 Range Rover lacks reliability and the high price can be daunting for some. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Lexus GX
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $49,000-$51,500
The Lexus GX garners mostly positive reviews, with critics praising its tough frame and refined interior. However, they add, it lacks some of the quietness and handling of popular crossovers. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Lexus LX
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $74,900-$80.500
While the off-roading capabilities are great and the cabin is roomy, critics called the Lexus LX 570 a fuel-hog. Reviewers mentioned other more affordable and more fuel efficient options. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Lincoln Navigator
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $48,400-$53,900
The 2012 Lincoln Navigator has lived past its time, reviewers say. While it offers luxury and comfort, the engine's power isn't noteworthy and it's easily outclassed. The Navigator excels in delivering a luxurious ride with plenty of amenities. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Mazda CX-7
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $19,900-$23,000
Critics generally praised the CX-7 for its handling and looks. However, some complained that the four-cylinder engine was neither powerful nor fuel efficient. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Mazda CX-9
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $27,400-$32,200
Critics give the CX-9 mixed reviews, with many praising its handling but others noting its competitors offer more comfort and higher safety ratings. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Mercedes-Benz G-Class
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $100,400-$104,500
Reviewers agree that the Mercedes-Benz G-Class is a supremely impractical vehicle, yet most would save it a spot in their dream garage. Reviewers call the handling terrible and the interior cramped. What draws consumers to the G-Class is a powerful V8 engine and off-road capabilities. Plus, some consumers love the tank-like feel. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2012 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $58,200-$63,000
Reviewers consider the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class a best-in-class luxury large SUV. The interior is high-quality, roomy and comfortable. The engine is powerful and the on-road performance can't be beat. But, the large SUV is not meant for folks who have fuel economy concerns or budgetary limitations. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Nissan Armada
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $29,900-$32,600
The Nissan Armada has the power to tow and haul hefty loads, but is not given much praise by reviewers. It is called roomy and provides plenty of cargo space, and reviewers say the ride is comfortable. The steering is called weighty and the maneuvering can be difficult [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Nissan Rogue
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $17,800-$21,200
Critics offer mixed reviews of the Rogue: While it drives like a car and handles turns nicely, the 4-cylindrer engine lacks real power. The fuel economy was lauded by reviewers. Some reviewers called it a safe family pick, but Insurance Institute of Highway Safety rated roof strength as "acceptable," below other models. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Subaru Forester
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $19,955-$21,900
Critics praise the Subaru Forester for its reliability and practicality, though many note its standard all-wheel-drive system causes fuel economy to lag. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $21,110-$23,400
Critics are somewhat mixed on the Crosstrek. Some say it is a fun vehicle that captures the original spirit of the Outback, while others say it is not worth the added cost over the Impreza. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Toyota Land Cruiser
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $71,000-$80,000
Critics generally praise the Land Cruiser for its balance of off-road ability and comfort. Most, however, note that its high price tag and large size mean it is likely to stay a niche choice. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Toyota RAV4
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $22,900-$26,700
The Toyota RAV4 receives generally high marks from critics, though most note it's unlikely to elicit much passion among buyers. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Toyota Sequoia
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $40,000-$42,900
The Toyota Sequoia is called a good choice for consumers who need to tow a boat or a crew of passengers. But reviewers consistently say most features and amenities found on this large SUV can be found on crossovers and small SUVs, which provide better fuel economy. [See Trims and Prices]
 
2013 Volvo XC60
CostHelper What People Are Paying Price: Starting at $30,200-$35,800
Reviewers are fond of the 2013 Volvo XC60 calling it both stylish and family friendly. In addition, like most Volvos, it offers an extensive variety of safety features. [See Trims and Prices]