You don't need a crossover. That's right, you. I don't care how big your family is; you can count the number of times they're all in the car together on a cartoon character's right hand. For the vast majority of your driving needs, you don't need to seat more than five people, and you don't need to carry a studio apartment's worth of around with you.
The Nissan Murano has undergone quite a transformation from the debut 2003 model. Originally released as a crossover, the Murano has done the opposite of what most SUVs have done recently; it's gotten bigger.
The VW Golf was voted 2015 North American Car of the Year, not bad for a non-North American car, and certainly well deserved. The Golf has always been a solid, dependable, and extremely sporty little car, and those qualities are only improved in the R.
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