Nowadays more and more people are buying s, to the point where some automakers are at all. In addition to more storage space and seating, SUVs usually have better ride qualities than sedans. That’s because they sit higher off the ground and are often optioned with larger wheels. So which SUV has the most comfortable seats?
The seats in the Jeep Wagoneer are incredibly comfortable
says the interior rivals the Jeep Wagoneer with roomy seats wrapped in leather. The Wagoneer seats 7 to 8 people depending on whether or not you opt for the optional captain’s chairs. Regardless of configuration, US News says all three rows are large enough for adult passengers.
it also features a mild-hybrid powertrain, based on a V8 that produces 392 HP and 404 Nm of torque. It’s mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and standard FWD, which predictably earns the best gas mileage. The Jeep Wagoneer can get up to 16 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway.
The Jeep Wagoneer has a user-friendly infotainment interface displayed on a 10-inch screen. Wireless smartphone integration, Amazon Alexa (new for 2023), Bluetooth and navigation are standard features. The Wagoneer also has a standard wireless charging pad, as well as 8 USB ports for charging additional devices.
For a surcharge, two infotainment screens can be installed for second-row passengers and one for the front passenger. Passenger screens come with Amazon Fire TV installed. Many safety features are included even in the base trim, plus you can make your Wagoneer off-road worthy with the All-Terrain Package.
The Hyundai Tucson also offers a comfortable interior (on a budget)
While the Jeep Wagoneer is luxurious, you probably won’t pay less than $58,995 for the Series I trim. It may be smaller, but the top-tier Limited’s current MSRP is only $35,300. For that price, you get large leather seats with standard heating and ventilation for cab drivers.
Higher trim levels also include steering wheel and second row heating. US News says both rows of seats offer great support. The Hyundai Tucson soaks up most of the imperfections in the road, and its small size allows it to handle body roll better than the Jeep Wagoneer.
The Hyundai Tucson also has a lot of standard and optional technology. Of course, even its premium Bose stereo setup can’t compete with the Jeep Wagoneer’s 19-speaker McIntosh audio system. The Jeep Wagoneer’s interior is worth every penny regardless of trim or package options.