SUV Authority was launched when we realised there was a gap in the market. While most websites talk about cars, none were exclusively dedicated to SUVs and crossovers.

As the fastest growing segment of any vehicles on the road, SUVs need more attention, which is why we’ve set about creating a resource for you to read SUV reviews, SUV news and buying tips.

How SUV Authority can help you

SUV Authority is your go-to source of information on all things related to SUVs and crossovers. You can keep updated daily on news, reviews and opinion, and you’ll find the latest models, analysis, specifications and ratings as well as galleries, in-depth road tests and the most comprehensive coverage of all upcoming models.

Make sure you check out our SUV news page, as well as our SUV reviews page.

We also have an SUV research section where you’ll find answers to many questions you may have regarding SUVs and crossovers.

We also publish pricing for relevant markets and our reviews are based on real time in vehicles, not just regurgitating press releases.

You’ll also get a feel for where the industry is headed, what makes car companies tick and get considered opinion pieces about the car market and driving in general.

What SUV Authority is about

You may have noticed a trend that has swept across the globe over the past decade or two; the world has gone mad for SUVs – and so have we.

Whether it’s the high seating position, the extra space and practicality that a wagon-style body brings, or just the ability to mount a kerb without scraping the underneath of your car – we don’t care why you love SUVs, we just want you to enjoy the journey with us. There’s no judgement or favouritism – everyone can use an SUV in their life.

And if you’re into social, you can check our our Instagram page.

We love feedback, so feel free to get in touch; just be nice – we have feelings, too.

If you’d like to see specific models tested or want to hear more about a certain topic, drop us a line.

And no-one’s perfect (we think we’re humble enough to admit that…), so if you see a mistake – spelling or factual – please let us know. We’re always free for a chat.

To contact us, send an email to our editor, Karl Peskett: editor [at] suvauthority.com

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