The 2014 best SUV is now among us. The dealers are pushing out the models and the three new arrivals for 2014 SUV reviews are now available. Many companies claim that the 2014 best SUV is in their dealership, but in looking for the latest and greatest 2014 best SUV, it's important to decide on facts rather than emotion.
By choosing and presenting the best 2014 SUV reviews, there were a number of deciding factors deemed to be necessary to consider, including technology, comfort and safety. Here are a few of the overall 2014 SUV reviews picks for today.
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Diesel has a focus on safety. A new emergency 9-1-1 call button is available on the rear-view mirror. It provides you with immediate help from a response team when pressed. There is also another safety button next to it on the mirror, labelled 'assist'. This is designed to give you immediate access to roadside assistance. Other safety features include a security alarm system, remote start system and accident avoidance systems.
The relatively small 3 liter EcoDiesal V-6 engine is designed to deliver clean diesel technology. It has an eight speed transmission and the Chrysler is aiming to improve fuel economy with Eco Mode.
The interior is spacious and complete with front and handy rear seat input jacks. The previous problems of Uconnect freezing in previous models is yet to be tested by buyers.
2014 Honda Pilot
The 2014 Honda Pilot SUV has first and second row comfort, but takes on a boxy look - which is a Honda exclusive body design to enhance occupier protection during a collision. It's V-6 engine features fuel saving cylinder deactivation technology and Class lll trailer hitch. A four wheel drive model is able to tow up to 4500 pounds while the two wheel drive models can pull up to 2000 pounds.
Storage is generous with a good, flexible cargo area. The rear seats are spacious but the premium audio system can be fiddly at times.
2014 Mitsubishi Outlander
The 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander GT V-6 First Drive, has been made with Reinforced Impact Safety Evolution (RISE). Mitsubishi boasts safety technology and improved fuel economy with extra interior technology thrown in. With standard 7-passenger seating, it is designed to protect any persons who may be seated in any of the three rows of seating should a crash occur.
Mitsubishi have included a more powerful V-6 engine for better performance and handy rain-sensing wipers. The push button starting, reversing camera and USB port are handy but the link system Bluetooth connectivity for Samsung users is extremely poor. The other poor performing optional is the front park assist. Common complaints include continuous beeps on windy and rainy days or if the registration plate is bent.
The 2014 SUV reviews have given a range of options and provided information on some of the 2014 best SUV models for you.