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SUVs Starting Under $80K

Starting between $70,000-$80,000, SUV buyers can choose between larger luxury models and up to full-size off-road SUVs. 

Best SUVs according to our experts

01.
Volvo XC60
From
$73,990
8.4/10
From
$73,990

The XC60 proves that comfort and safety still appear to be at the top of the priority list for Volvo but style is being retuned to make this medium‑sized SUV a true competitor against its luxury rivals, the BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Lexus NX. The question is, has it been successful?


02.
Ford Everest
From
$53,990
7.8/10
From
$53,990

The Ford Ranger Wildtrak has found favour with Australia's ute‑loving public over recent years. Now Ford has launched the Everest Wildtrak.But beyond a few styling changes, the Wildtrak is really no different to the Everest Sport.We know the Everest is refined on‑road and capable off‑road, but is the Wildtrak, priced at more than $74,000, worth the extra money over its stablemates? 


03.
Mazda CX-9
From
$35,990
9/10
From
$35,990

The top‑of‑the‑line model for Mazda's largest SUV is a stunning entry and showcases serious style in a market where SUVs can lean towards boxy and rugged. For those wanting the practicality and space of an SUV but something that feels elegant, this might just be the ticket.


04.
Toyota Prado
From
$62,830
7/10
From
$62,830

The 2024 Toyota Prado is on its way but should you even bother waiting or should you just get into a current‑generation Prado?Sure, the new‑gen Prado will look very different and is tipped to have features not onboard the current Prado, but it'll also have a mild‑hybrid 2.8‑litre turbo‑diesel engine, producing the same power and torque as the current Prado.So, does the Kakadu represent a good buy?


05.
Range Rover Evoque
From
$85,999
7.9/10
From
$85,999

The Range Rover Evoque P300e is expensive but it does a lot of things we wish other PHEVs would do.