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Car Pricing For Large Model Vehicles in 2018

ConsumerWatch / Motoring Aug 23, 2018 - 08:39 AM GMT

By: Dylan_Moran

ConsumerWatch Big cars are as popular as ever, but if you’re looking to buy a brand new big car in 2018, you need to know about the current value and costs of these bigger car models. Let’s take a closer look at some of the common big car model pricing for this year, along with what you need to keep in mind when shopping for a new car.




A Note About Car Model Size

With the exception of luxury and specialized car models, you aren’t going to see too serious of a price difference between different sized car models until you start looking at family and group-oriented vehicles such as vans. If you are looking for a bigger car model, you’ll want to keep a few things in mind when deciding on a specific car:

  • How many people need to regularly ride in the car
  • Any special features you want on the model
  • Any specific circumstances you may want the car for (ie: bringing home large furniture from stores, transporting larger items, etc.
  • Typical vehicle size you are comfortable driving

These are just a few of the factors you can use to improve your strategies for buying cars.  For more strategies and tips check out Car-Buying-Strategies.com. Let’s take a closer look at the average price for larger cars in today’s market based on their general model.

Small SUVs

Small SUVs, sometimes referred to as compact SUVS, are on the smaller end of the “big car” spectrum. However, they are fast becoming one of the most popular car models in the industry. This is because they are large enough to accommodate a small family--most models have 1 front passenger seat and 3 back passenger seats--without being too larger for drivers who aren’t used to driving a bigger vehicle.

The average price of a small SUV in today’s market is $26,000; this is compared to about $20,000 for the average cost of a small car model.

Some popular prices for smaller SUVs include:

  • 2018 Chevrolet Equinox (average starting cost: $24,525)
  • 2018 Ford Escape (average starting cost: $24,935)
  • 2018 Honda CR-V (average starting cost: $25,125)
  • 2018 Subaru Forester ($24,710)

Minivans

Minivans are very popular with families because the larger size can accommodate multiple children while also retaining a large amount of storage space for backpacks, small bikes, and more. Minivans are also abundant in features like cup holders, entertainment options for rear-set passengers, and more.

The average price for a minivan in today's market is $32,000.

Some popular minivan models include:

  • 2018 Chrysler Pacifica (average starting cost: $28,090)
  • 2018 Dodge Grand Caravan (average starting cost: $27,245)
  • 2018 Honda Odyssey (average starting cost: $30,985)

Midsize SUVs

These larger SUVS are ideal for parents who aren't interested in the larger size of a minivan. Midsize SUVs are not quite as roomy, but they can have seating for around 7-8 people, making them a great family option.

  • 2018 Dodge Durango (average starting cost: $31,090)
  • 2018 Ford Explorer (average starting cost: $33,135)
  • 2018 Mazda CX-9 (average starting cost: $33,070)

By Dylan M.

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