Buying a crossover these days takes a lot of research and shopping. Just going out and buying what everyone else does may not be the answer. Particularly if you are seat conscience at all. It pays to sit in everything and see which seat actually fits you. Since you will be seated the entire time you drive if you make a mistake at the get go you will pay for it the entire life of a vehicle. Think buying a pair of stylish shoes that are one size too small-you don't notice the problem until you walk in them. Car seats are more difficult than shoes though since they are truly one size fits all. For decades I have griped about seats that lack thigh support for tall people. During that time people were getting bigger but the seats were actually getting smaller due to downsizing. Even some pickups had seats that were like sitting in Little League bleachers-they advertised those rigs as being big macho brutes for "real men" yet the seats were perfectly configured for someone no more than 5'7'' and around 150#. The crossover market is the biggest segment in the world right now and as such there is a multitude of choices. I would urge a buyer to go out and drive everything-and I mean everything-from Japan, Korea, the US and Europe. The more you drive the better your chances of making a decision that fits you. One of those rigs will say: "Take me home!", the rest will be assigned to runner up status no matter how well your neighbor likes his runner up.