What is the better SUV ... Ford escape hybrid , toyota hylander hybrid or the Honda CR-V ?

just would like to know cause we are looking for an SUV possibly .... does anybody know any better suggestions ?

Asked By: Hockey M - 11/5/2007
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I like the Ford Escape Hybrid. It is the best value out of the three. Rather than uninformed opinions like most other posters are giving you, here are some cold hard facts... More
Answered By: Joeschmoe - 11/5/2007
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highlander its a lot more reliable then the escape and better mpg then the cr-v
Answered By: jose v - 11/5/2007
When I was car shopping, I drove a Toyota hylander. It was nice, but bigger than the Rav-4 or CRV. I own a CRV (05) & I like it. The newer ones might have gotten slightly smaller. Good luck.
Answered By: Blue - 11/5/2007
Toyota Hylander followed by the Honda CRV the Ford Escape would be my last choice. Simply based on reliability, resale value and quality.
Answered By: pbleek - 11/5/2007
The Honda CRV thats just a given. I know a mechanic and he will tell you Honda is the best, not that he has anything againt Ford or Toyota. Honda overall is just a better choice from its engine to gas mileage. I dont think a Toyota hylander hybrid is bad choice either. Toyota is almost up to par with Honda. All I... More
Answered By: Mays - 11/5/2007
I saw very good suspension system on acura mdx's but if you are looking for hybrid witch brand is given you good service choice that one.
Answered By: I am from a moon. - 11/5/2007
CR-V is the best and cheapest. You will easily get 30mpg without the hybrid technology.
Answered By: Shaq iz Phat - 11/5/2007
The Ford escape hybrid has ok handling, stiff brake pedal and no stability control (stability control is very useful in an SUV) As for the CRV, the engine isnt all that powerful and hilly roads can give it some trouble. Couldnt find any info on the highlander hybrid... More
Answered By: lildude211us - 11/5/2007
1. Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2. Honda CR-V 3. Ford Escape Hybrid
Answered By: latnok - 11/6/2007
I've linked a comparison of the 3 below... More
Answered By: dana1981 - 11/6/2007
Answered By: Andrew - 11/6/2007
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