Do you own an SUV?

Ford Explorer SUV

According to one of our past surveys, 83 percent of you own a truck. Now, that’s a whole lot of you. But now we’re wondering about SUVs. Do you own an SUV?

It’s no secret that SUVs have taken over the roads the last several years. Sedan sales have declined and SUV sales have skyrocketed. What’s the most popular SUV? According to Insurify, it’s the Ford Explorer. And what’s the state with the highest number of SUVs on the road? Montana. Followed by Wyoming and Colorado.

Please vote in the poll below and tell us if you own an SUV. Thanks!

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29 days ago

Actually own two. Our daily driver 2008 Acura that can’t be flat towed, and just picked up a 2012 Cadillac SRX, flat towable with the push of one button located under the shift boot. Just can’t bring ourselves to part with the Acura with 40,000 miles as nobody wants to pay what it’s worth (to me haha).

Last edited 29 days ago by MikeJ
Helen Preston
29 days ago

At present we drive a 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trail Hawk, also a 3/4 ton Ram pu
Our last SUV was a Dodge Durango, and this is the 3rd Ram pu. Have had good
performance from all of them.

Grant Graves
30 days ago

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee for toad. Love It!

1 month ago

We have a suv, a Sunday go to meeting truck and a work truck

William T Elliott
1 month ago

We flat tow a Buick Envision.

Jeff Craig
1 month ago

We flat tow my daily driver Jeep Liberty behind our Class A!

Bill Coady
1 month ago

We tow with a Ford truck and have an SUV Subaru Forester as our “car”. Great car for all types of road conditions. It’s our choice of vehicles for any real snow travel.

1 month ago

We have a truck to pull our fiver and a SUV for everyday use.

Jon Meyer
1 month ago

Both, truck for me and an SUV for my wife, we got it when she was doing home health. Having to travel through the snow in Amish country here in northern IN.

1 month ago

Besides the Ram, we have a jeep

Diane M
1 month ago

When you get older, it’s so much easier to get in and out of an SUV than a sedan.

Connie VH
1 month ago

Toyota 4Ruinner, 2008 version. And it’s the 3rd 4Runner I’ve had.

First one was best…. tail gate folded down, tail gate/window up…. great spontaneous camping car. Good for sleeping and skywatching. In fact, DH was with me and also saw the same UFO I did! Central Nevada … yes, just nortth of the the Nevada Test Range.

For real. Looked like a satellite as we watched. But I’ve never seen a satellite do what this did next. Crazy maneuvers.

Last edited 1 month ago by Connie VH
1 month ago

2010 Jeep Liberty. Love it!

1 month ago

The poll didn’t ask if you owned a truck.

Gene Bjerke
1 month ago

Living on a farm, we did until recently. The SUV finally gave up the ghost and was replaced by a sub-compact (how’s that for going from the sublime to the ridiculous?). We still have a pickup for when we need cargo capacity.

DL Jenson
1 month ago

It is a bought new in March of 2008 Subaru, Eddie Bauer 2009 Forester~ LOVE this car!

Sharon W.
1 month ago

2010 Toyota Sequoia…most comfortable ride I’ve ever had. Never had one problem with it. Just keep up with routine maintenance.

Mike Albert
1 month ago

We have 3 SUVs. A 2009 BMW X3 with 198,000 miles that I use for hauling water heaters and small construction materials for our rental properties. Then we have a 2018 BMW 1 and a 2016 Jeep Patriot. We live in Bucks County PA and in Punta Gorda, FL. The BMWs stay north and the keep stays south. Trying to decide what vehicle to but to flat tow behind our 26’ B+. Also selling the X3. But the best SUV I had was a 2000 Honda CRV. Sold it when it had 246000 miles on it. Great body and interior, just a lot of miles. Sold it for $1,500.

1 month ago

I presently own a 2017 Nissan Titan XD Pro4X. Like one guy said, you need a stool to get into it. It also takes up 2 parking spots. I sold the truck camper and we went with an new 18 foot travel trailer. I really miss my Isuzu Trooper SUV. I have been looking for a 4wd SUV that will pull the travel trailer, yet can be used for everyday driving and off road travel. So far I have not found anything that fits exactly what I am looking for. As soon as somebody makes it, I will buy it. Of coarse it has to cost less than my house.

Glen Cowgill
1 month ago

We are on our second Jeep Grand Cherokee, the first was a 2014 which got hit broadside with just 41,000 miles in 2019, now we have a 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland that we also tow behind the motor home. Plus we also have a 2014 Honda CRV which is also set up for flat towing. The Honda CRV may turn into a Pick-up if I find the right deal.