Automakers continue to try to satisfy America’s appetite for SUVs with new and redesigned 2022 utilities in all sizes and price ranges. The overall pace of these reveals is on par with 2021 introductions, though 2022 also features an acceleration of new electrified SUVs.
Below are the new SUV shopping options for 2022 — all-new vehicles as well as full redesigns of some old friends — along with links to deeper dives on them from Cars.com. For 2022 SUVs with less dramatic freshening such as styling tweaks, updated tech features or additional powertrain options, you can check out our ongoing coverage of these vehicles. (Note that all prices include the destination fee.)
Honda’s premium brand gives its MDX flagship three-row SUV a redesign for 2022 after skipping the 2021 model year. It continues to be an upscale value with impressive standard features and safety tech — including new stop-and-go adaptive cruise control — even on the base front-wheel-drive model starting at $49,045. Among its 2022 upgrades are a new second-row seat that can convert from a bench to captain’s chairs and a new media system that includes wireless smartphone connectivity, Amazon Alexa integration and a 12.3-inch display — though with a console touchpad, not a touchscreen control. The carryover V-6 gets a new 10-speed automatic transmission and optional is a new 355-horsepower, turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6.