The ultimate joy ride for luxury vehicle enthusiasts

Rumors began circling last week that both Kia and Hyundai were planning big things for the SUV market in 2018. The two companies are reportedly building large SUVs in an effort to revitalize the once-popular model. With this coming year projected to be an important campaign for SUVs, it’s time to look forward to the top five SUVs set to hit the road.

Tesla Model X

While Tesla founder Elon Musk has set his eyes on outer space exploration, his car company continues to dominate earth. This midsize SUV is in a class of its own this year. With its blend of speed and style, the Tesla Model X is sure to turn some heads on the road. The zero-to-sixty time of 2.9 seconds is not bad, either.

2018 Honda CR-V

The Honda CR-V is consistently ranked at the top of the compact class. The 2018 version offers one of the smoothest rides on the road. The interior is always silky smooth in these CR-Vs and it is very safe, just like the Volvo XC90.

Porsche Macan

The Porsche Macan is stunning, inside and out. But somehow, its sleek design pales in comparison to the breathtaking interior design. While many drivers may be intimidated by some of Porsche’s other offerings, the Macan is very user-friendly and easy to operate.

Volvo XC90

The Volvo XC90 was officially named the safest SUV currently on the market. Volvo also claimed that by the year 2020, no person would be killed or seriously injured in one of its cars. That prediction alone should make this SUV one of the best-selling cars of the season. The XC90 comes with an affordable price tag of $45,000.

Toyota Sequoia

Toyota knows a good thing when they see it. That’s why the company decided to barely change its 2018 Sequoia from last year’s version. But in the case of the Toyota Sequoia, this is a very good thing. Customers can expect the same amount of power and cargo room as in prior years.