Seven-seat SUVs are fast becoming Australia’s must-have family utility tool. Station wagons are passé, and the flexibility to add two extra passengers at a moment’s notice is a lure too strong to ignore.
To put some of the more urban-friendly family haulers to the test, we’ve assembled the Toyota Kluger and Mazda CX-9 and aimed them directly at the face of the recently introduced Holden Acadia – Holden’s new family hero arriving via American subsidiary, GMC.
With petrol engines in each, a choice of front- or all-wheel-drive drivetrains, and of course three rows of seating as standard, these three large SUVs are the new stand-ins where big sedans once used to dominate.
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