The available features found on SUV motor vehicles vary from model to model, but they all offer either folding or removable rear seats that provide extra cargo space in the back. All SUVs manufactured since 1999 feature front air bags as standard equipment.
Standard and available features found on SUVs depend on the make and model of each vehicle. Standard features come loaded on each model a manufacturer offers, while available features represent add-on items that increase the cost of the vehicle.
Many newer SUV models offer a range of standard and available convenience features, including Bluetooth capability, touch-screen interfaces, navigation, remote start and keyless entry. Safety features found on some SUVs include parking sensors, rearview cameras, and side-impact air bags. Collision-avoidance technology, blind spot monitoring systems and lane departure warnings represent luxury safety features found on some higher end models.
Crossover and mid-size SUVs typically offer seating for five people, while large SUVs sometimes provide seating for seven with removable third-row seats. The cargo capacity for SUVs ranges from 70 cubic feet to more than 100 cubic feet, depending on the model. Optional features, such as storage bins, provide additional cargo space for small items, while integrated entertainment systems make SUVs more family-friendly.