Purchaser Stories 2015 Very best Employed SUVs | Purchaser Stories

Acquiring applied is a considerably less costly way to get the flexibility SUVs supply. Purchaser Reports’ favorites involve versions from Honda, Acura and Toyota. For extra critiques, recommendations, and suggestions check us out at http://www.ConsumerReports.org and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1Nlb1Ez

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21 thoughts on “Purchaser Stories 2015 Very best Employed SUVs | Purchaser Stories

  1. When it comes to buying the best vacuum cleaner or sewing machine, Consumer Reports is tops.

    When it comes to Cars and Technology, they're about as knowledgeable and insightful as IS.

  2. This was a terrible video. Should be labeled as best crossover. All Japanese front drivers with reliability, but no capability. Why not mention vehicles that can actually tow, or go off-road, like SUV's should.

  3. bought a used MDX with 120K km on it 2 years ago. finally I got rid of it after a massive list of expensive repairs. Don't be deceived by a "legendary" japanese reliability. it could be sour.

  4. Seems inconsistent for CR to name the Forester the Top Pick small SUV for 2015 even though it doesn't make Top Pick in the used category. Since it won't be new for long, why would I buy one?

  5. Got a question for you guys how many hours do we need to charge the brand new phone for the first time cuz some people are saying the whole day some are saying 3 hours I didn't get that please help me out 

  6. RX sucks. It drives like a 75 Cadillac… numb steering, clumsy turns, the steering wheel is light like a ball… well its LEXUS…

  7. Nothing short of expected. 2013 and lower highlanders come with very good ground clearance and approach and departure angles. Compared to other crossovers, they still offer some decent off road performance and a real full time 4×4 system.

  8. Bought a 2010 Highlander two years ago. Saved about 10K compared if we bought a brand new one. Buying used is the way to go!

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