23. Land Rover Discovery Sport
Unlike most of the vehicles in this segment, Land Rover’s Discovery Sport offers seating for seven and delivers some actual off-road capability. It has a four-mode Terrain Response system with settings for sand, snow, rocks, and mud, as well as standard all-wheel drive. A mild refresh for 2020 adds some styling updates along with an optional hybrid trim. A turbocharged, four-cylinder engine provides 246 horsepower on all models except the new hybrid, which is rated at 286 horsepower. Unfortunately, the Discovery Sport’s interior is smaller than most competitors, so while it offers a third row of seating, don’t expect adults to fit back there. Modern technology such as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a mobile hotspot assure you’ll be able to stay connected, while the stylish interior design makes the Discovery Sport feel like a proper Land Rover.