Surely by now you’ve seen their numbers growing. All shapes and sizes; all types of badges; all different drivers; all prowling the streets in search of meaning. We are, of course, referring to the crossover craze. Sedans are so 2013 – crossovers are the only way to travel these days (at least that’s what the automakers would have you believe). And if you must buy into the hype, we implore you to at least consider a good crossover. Fortunately, there are several on the market, and we’ve arranged the 10 best into this handy dandy list. You’re welcome.
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