Trucks & SUVs

Buy These Reliable SUVs Now, Says Consumer Reports

As we make our way through 2021, the new cars and SUVs on the market need to be moved off the lot. When that happens, you can benefit from the savings! Are you in the market for a reliable SUV and love a sale? Check out some of the Hyundai, Buick, and Chevrolet SUVs below for a good deal.

Don’t sleep on these sales, though! There is no telling how long these reliable picks might stay discounted.

The reliable 2021 Hyundai Kona SUV

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Are you trying to get in on the electric vehicle craze? The newest Hyundai Kona is currently on sale for 19% off the MSRP. Priced at $20,500 to $45,600, the new Kona fits into many budgets. The SUV came in at number three on the list of most reliable subcompact SUVs.

Consumer Reports says the Kona gets an estimated overall mileage of 26. On the highway, the Kona gets 34 miles per gallon and 18 in the city. The predicted reliability came in at a full five out of five. It also got a score of 71/100 on the road test.

With the 19% off, the savings could be around $4,500. That would bring the price down to just under $19,200.

2021 Buick Encore SUV is 20% off

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The Buick Encore scored a 69/100 on the road test. The predicted reliability came in at a full five out of five. The Encore is priced between $23,200 and $25,220, making it a nice pick for families.

At number two on the list of best entry-level luxury SUVs, the Encore is a good choice. It is a pretty compact SUV with a quiet cabin and room in the cargo area – perfect for trips!

This is a savings of around $4,858, potentially bringing the price down to $20,362.

A 2021 Chevrolet Equinox sale

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The 2021 Chevrolet Equinox is priced between $23,800 and $33,000, making it on the higher end of this list. It comes recommended by Consumer Reports and has OK predicted owner satisfaction.

The Equinox got an overall 25 miles per gallon. It got 17 in the city and 34 on the highway. It also came in eighth on the list of compact SUVs.

With 17% off the MSRP, the potential savings are just under $4,900. That would bring the price down to around $24,300.

2021 Buick Enclave

The 2021 Buick Enclave is a solid SUV but is on the more expensive side of things. Priced at $40,000 to $56,000, it is not about 15% off. One of the downsides of the Enclave is the fuel economy.

This Buick gets around 18 miles per gallon combined. That’s 26 miles per gallon on the highway and 12 in the city. Not the best road trip vehicle, but it will do in a pinch.

Since this vehicle is priced a bit higher, the savings are also higher. The potential savings off the MSRP are $7,500, bringing the price down to just over $43,100.