To compare different crossover vehicles, research professional car reviews about the crossover makes and models you are interested in, and visit car dealerships and evaluate the vehicles for yourself. Some of the most trusted names in professional car reviews include Car and Driver, Top Gear and Road and Track. Their websites have search functions that allow you to find specific reviews and compare information on particular crossover makes and models.
Check out sites that post consumer reviews such as Kelley Blue Book and Edmunds. Look for crossover models that have both high positive professional and consumer reviews.
Visiting local dealerships and seeing the vehicles for yourself generally takes longer than researching online, but seeing a car in person lets you evaluate the car according to your personal standards. Take notes as you evaluate cars so you don't forget any major detail and make more accurate comparisons.
Some websites, such as Autobytel and Cars.com, feature comparison tools that allow you to compare vehicles side by side. When comparing crossover vehicles, the factors that you need to consider include fuel economy, performance, comfort and safety, in addition to reliability and price. Decide which factors are most important to you to help determine which crossover is best.