2020 Kia Telluride
March 25, 2020 - IRVINE, Calif. – There is perhaps no stage in life when one carefully considers a new-vehicle purchase more than during the family years. With varying family sizes, needs and budgets to consider, and with many now with many people car shopping from home, the experts at Kelley Blue Book provide new-car buyers with their top recommendations for the Best Family Cars of 2020. To help parents narrow down their choices for their next family hauler, this annual list was developed following in-depth testing and a thorough review of 2020 model-year vehicles with a focus on safety, overall value, driver-assist features, connectivity, and technology.
“Families rely on their vehicles not only as a mode of transportation but often as a key part of their day-to-day lifestyle,” said Michael Harley, executive editor for Kelley Blue Book. “Vehicle technology is evolving at a rapid pace, and many of the SUVs and minivans featured on this list are true tech standouts from both safety and convenience perspectives, while also minding the family budget. A few brand-new entries from Korean automakers made the cut this year, along with several mainstays that consistently rise to the top when compiling the Best Family Cars list. There is something for everyone, no matter the size of your family or your price range.”
For more information about Kelley Blue Book's Best Family Cars of 2020, including detailed editorial commentary, technology features, safety ratings, driving dynamics, photos, pricing information and more for each model, visit https://www.kbb.com/articles/awards/best-family-cars/.
Kelley Blue Book recognizes that family car needs can be quite diverse, so in addition to naming the overall Best New Family Cars for 2020, the experts also have compiled additional helpful lists for new and used car shoppers of varying budgets, along with a special list focusing on car seats. These include: Best Family Cars Under $25,000, Best Used Family Cars Under $15,000 and Best Car Seat Picks (based on one vehicle from each category - 2-row SUV, 3-row SUV, full-size SUV and minivan - written by child safety seat expert The Car Seat Lady).
If you are looking for a vehicle at this time, many dealers can accommodate your buying needs—shopping from your couch or having an advisor just a text or phone call away. Check out the latest on how to shop for your next vehicle online at https://www.kbb.com/articles/car-news/can-i-buy-a-car-online-to-reduce-coronavirus-exposure/.
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Source: Kelley Blue Book