If you need three rows of seats but just don’t like the idea of driving a minivan, then a 3-row crossover might be just the ticket. It has a lot of the same virtues of a minivan, such as 3-row seating, a carlike driving experience and better fuel economy than what you’d get in a full-size, trucklike SUV.
Two competitive players in this segment are the Toyota Highlander and the Nissan Pathfinder. Let’s look at how these two crossovers compare in 2020.
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