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The Best Trucks and SUVS of 2015.

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The Times free press outlined the five best SUV pics 2015 from the different categories of trucks and SUV’s out there.

There are many fine offerings out there by all manufacturers and as the SUV and truck market is becoming one of the hottest automotive markets out there, the public have arguably the widest choice ever.

We’ve added a video review of each SUV and truck below to give you the best first-hand reports of why each of these vehicles have won the places they have.

Best full-size truck — Ford F-150
The Ford F series pickups are America’s bestselling half ton vehicles, with the 2015 model being lighter and with more options than any before.
This huge monster can be driven like an everyday car, with the power and longevity needed from a pickup of this type.
Prices for the F-150 range from $25,420 for a base truck to around $55,000 for a fully-optioned, Supercrew Platinum edition.

Best small truck – GMC Canyon
The GMC Canyon appeals to those who don’t want a full-size pickup, but something as a regular commuter, but with everything that comes with a truck or pick up.
Prices range from the low $20,000s to the high $30,000.

Best family SUV – Honda Pilot
The family SUV has to be an all-round performer, from the family transportation to a luxurious, personal ride.
Honda’s reliability, features and price level have won out in the end.
The Pilot comes in five trim levels, LX (starting at $29,995), EX ($32,430), EX-L ($35,905), Touring ($41,020), and Elite ($46,420). All-wheel drive is standard on the Elite and an $1,800 option on the other trim levels.

Best luxury SUV – Volvo XC90.
Volvo are renowned for their safety and build quality.
The Swedish makers have taken their time building one of the most popular luxury SUVs out there with a range of options that should fit anybody wanting the more luxurious end of the SUV market.
The XC90 is available in three trim levels, Momentum ($48,900), R-Design ($52,900) and Inscription ($54,500).

Best small SUV – Honda HR-V
It’s no surprise there are two offerings here by Honda. They’ve taken what has worked for their other lines of vehicles and put that ethos into the SUV market.
The HR-V has enough performance and luxuries to keep most happy at a price point that won’t break the bank.
$19,000 for a base model, with a top-of-the-line HR-V in EX-L trim with all-wheel-drive and navigation, $26,000.

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