See which small SUVs have the largest cargo capacities-and how they rank against one another.
Customers are flocking to crossovers and SUVs looking for practicality, cargo-hauling utility, and (mostly) the adventurous image they project. Ignoring that last bit, how do the smallest (and, typically, the cheapest) SUVs stack up when it comes to carrying stuff? We've put the entire segment to the test and gauging how many standard-sized carry-on suitcases each one can fit in its maximum-cargo mode, meaning with its rear seatbacks folded down. This would be the configuration owners might use when, say, moving apartments or making an IKEA run. We figure everyone knows how large one of these pieces of luggage is, and to help you compare that to the difficult-to-visualize cargo volumes stated by manufacturers in cubic feet we've included both the roller-bag capacity and the official cargo volumes for every crossover tested here.
Each SUV is ranked here by how many of those carry-on bags each can hold, with manufacturers' stated cargo volumes for the spaces behind the rear seats will serving as tiebreakers in those cases where our testing found multiple subcompact crossovers capable of carrying the same number of suitcases. Click through for the results:
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We're enjoying the new Supra's color palette, which includes some nice hues including yellow and blue.
We have only seen the new Toyota Supra in a select few exterior colors-until now. Toyota's website now shows all eight of the new sports car's exterior hues, which include the following: Absolute Zero White, Nocturnal Black, Renaissance Red 2.0, Phantom Matte Gray, Tungsten Silver, Turbulence Gray, Nitro Yellow, and Downshift Blue. So we put together a gallery of the Supra outfitted in each of these paint options so that you can pick your favorite. There isn't a configurator live yet, but Toyota has released pricing and full info on the Supra's trim levels and options.
We're partial to blue and yellow, although the Launch Edition cars, which have red mirror caps and different wheels, look sharp too. These Launch Edition cars will be the first Supra models to reach dealerships sometime this spring, while Toyota says the rest of the colors won't be available until the fall.
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Against the wind-or is it against the wing?