Our 2017 Three-Row SUV Challenge compared the new 2018 Volkswagen Atlas, the redesigned 2018 Chevrolet Traverse, the refreshed 2017 Toyota Highlander and the 2017 Honda Pilot (winner of Cars.com's last Three-Row SUV Challenge), all priced less than $46,000 with destination fees. While doing that overall evaluation, we specifically put these SUVs' third rows and cargo space to the test to see which was best.

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Comments

    • nukestrom
      nukestrom

      Just get a minivan if you want a good 3rd row. I checked all of them and nothing is spacious as a minivan.

      about 2 months ago
    • Oh Yeah
      Oh Yeah

      My family of six only has two adults, how now brown cow?

      about 8 months ago
    • Michael Anyim
      Michael Anyim

      Sequoia

      about 11 months ago
    • arjun tyagi
      arjun tyagi

      Please elaborate about 3rd row of Volvo XC90
      As it's the only car available here 😊 in india

      about 11 months ago
    • nukestrom
      nukestrom In reply to arjun tyagi

      what happen to your TATA's ?

      about 2 months ago
    • Acc0rd79
      Acc0rd79

      Just get a minivan if you need a lot of room and the 3rd row.

      about 1 year ago
    • MAXIMUS
      MAXIMUS

      Cars.com: Make up your mind guys, not too long ago, you stated the Atlas was slow, unsafe in corners and a gas guzzler, now it's #1? WTF????vc

      about 1 year ago
    • baba Boo
      baba Boo

      I bet the highlander will outlast all those SUVs

      about 1 year ago
    • Jimmy Lemke
      Jimmy Lemke In reply to baba Boo

      Not if you fall asleep at the wheel and crash it.

      about 9 months ago
    • Raynell Holmes
      Raynell Holmes

      Two words...................Dodge Durango.

      about 1 year ago
    • nukestrom
      nukestrom In reply to Raynell Holmes

      one word..... Yuke

      about 2 months ago
    • Kevin Smith
      Kevin Smith In reply to Raynell Holmes

      That's because the Durango is an SUV. This is a competition for Mini-vans without the sliding rear doors.

      about 1 year ago
    • Raynell Holmes
      Raynell Holmes In reply to Raynell Holmes

      SHANE I've owned two. A 2006 and currently a 2016 R/T....I don't buy vehicles like all these soccer mom's out here claiming "resale value" a car is not a cheap purchase so if I'm paying over 25k for something, believe I'm going to get my money's worth and it's gotta make me feel good too. Nothing I hate more than pulling up to pre-k and every suburanite around me has a damn odessesy when Chrysler invented The segment. The last durango in owned (2006 model) I bought new and owned up until last year and only rebuilt the trans back in 2011. Gave it to my brother-in-law and it's been running fine ever since. My current durango best all three of these in terms of leg room in third row, has more power, better awd system with 50-50 distribution and looks better going down the road.

      about 1 year ago
    • MAXIMUS
      MAXIMUS In reply to Raynell Holmes

      Raynell Holmes Seriously? They're unreliable, depreciates faster than any of its counterparts, how in hell did you come up with that?

      about 1 year ago
    • Joe E.
      Joe E.

      These SUVs are really minivans without the sliding doors. Duh....

      about 1 year ago
    • nukestrom
      nukestrom In reply to Joe E.

      Not so. Go and check a minivan first.

      about 2 months ago