Top 10 Crossovers with the Most Third-Row Legroom

Top 10 Crossovers with the Most Third-Row Legroom
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9. 2013 Toyota Highlander – 29.9 Inches

There can only be one, and it’s a Toyota. The Highlander delivers 29.9 inches of legroom in the rear-most seat. Not a bad showing considering this Scottish-themed crossover has the second-shortest wheelbase here. From hub to hub it spans 109.8 inches.

Interestingly its total cargo volume, the maximum amount of storage space with the second- and third-row seats folded flat, is 95.4 cubic feet, third-best in today’s Top 10.

This tartan-clad, kilt-wearing, bagpipe-playing crossover is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 that’s smoother than satin bed sheets. It delivers 270 horsepower and can tow up to 5,000 pounds. Unfortunately the engine is matched to a five-speed automatic transmission, which is at least one gear short by today’s standards.

GALLERY: 2013 Toyota Highlander

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  • Hasdragontatoos

    Nissan you screwed the pooch! this is a mini-van not an SUV!! 

  • Srikanth .Y.S.

    wht abt MDX, Q7, X5, etc…

  • Tee

    first of all the xc90 offers 32.4 inches of leg room so where is that at… u guys need to fix this its not right at all.

  • bigmike

    Crossovers not suvS, like how the explorer and old range rover sports are now the same design, since ford bought them to take the design, sneaky fyi never buy a land rover product unless you like to fork out the money, biggest pos out there.