(tie) Cadillac Escalade ESV. Cargo Space Behind the Third Row: 39.3 cu ft. 2020 Base Price. It goes without saying that a larger family means additional responsibilities and of course higher expenses, which partially come from a larger car that one. View the top-ranked 2021 SUVs with 3 Rows at U.S. See how the 2021 Kia Sorento, 2021 Honda Pilot & 2021 Hyundai Palisade compare with the rest.
Jeep has been spotted testing a new three-row crossover in Europe.
The mystery model is a compact offering that will likely skip the United States. It's related to the Compass and was first announced by Jeep parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (now Stellantis) during a 2018 presentation, where it was referred to as a “Low D 3-Row” crossover.
The Compass itself is due to be updated shortly and we'll likely see this three-row crossover arrive about the same time, possibly badged a Compass L, just as the new three-row Grand Cherokee is called a Grand Cherokee L. The updates pegged for the Compass include sharper styling and a revamped interior with modern tech.
Though heavily camouflaged, we can see that the three-row crossover's front section is similar to the front section of prototypes for the updated Compass. The stretched body is unique to the three-row version and likely has space for seven, although the rear seats will likely accommodate small children only.
3 Row Crossover Shootout
Jeep already sells a compact three-row crossover in China, which is related to the Cherokee. It's called the Grand Commander and was launched in 2018. This Compass-based three-row crossover will offer the same compact size and three-row practicality for buyers in the rest of the world, and possibly China as well.
3 Row Crossover
It's probably too small for the U.S., so don't expect it here. Instead, Jeep has introduced the new 2022 Grand Cherokee L in our market for big families. The automaker also has the new 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer aimed at buyers who need maximum space in combination with a little luxury. The addition of all these new members mean Jeep will soon have a total of five models with third-row seats in its global lineup.