Tesla Model X

The first option for a fast SUV is the Tesla Model X which can reach 0-62 mph in an astounding 3.1 seconds, so if you came across this vehicle (whether you intended to sell it straight away or you are buying it to sell on later) then you might want to know how fast it goes. With a vehicle of this size, we expect the battery packs to store a lot of energy, because the speed this car can reach is outstanding for an SUV. As well as battery packs to store power, it also needs to have high quality parts to sustain the speeds it can reach.

Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

Grand by name, and grand by nature, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is a vehicle that has been fitted with the right parts to help it achieve 0-60 mph in just 3.3 seconds. The parts that have been fitted to achieve such a feat include a 6.2 litre V8 engine, which isn’t the type of car part you usually see in a family Sports Utility Vehicle. With this car being a pretty standard model in the UK, you shouldn’t have to worry about where you need to store it, as not many people would think this vehicle has the parts fitted to achieve such an insane speed for a Sport Utility Vehicle (though it’s always best to make sure your car is as secure as possible!).

Mercedes-Benz GLC63 S

Going from a bike to a car can often mean less excitement, but if one of your customers wants to change their vehicle to something with a bit more luxury, then Mercedes is one to recommend. This is because Mercedes are built with high quality parts, and as such, you may want to store and secure the Mercedes more safely, to prevent theft of the vehicle or the parts. This particular motor will get the driver from 0-62 mph in 3.8 seconds, which certainly makes it a fast motor. With acceleration speeds that high, a trip to the tyre fitters might be needed as well as a visit to other parts stores, such as one that sells breaks and related parts.

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio

Alfa Romeo are relatively new to the Sport Utility Vehicle market, which means replacing parts for this particular model could be a bit tricky, so people buying this particular motor should be aware of that, but as a motor trader, you could also make a bit of a niche for yourself by stocking and selling parts for an Alfa Romeo Sport Utility Vehicle. Its speed is quite impressive, managing 0-62 mph in 3.9 seconds, which is more than respectable for a motor of this type. One of the other benefits of this SUV is that because it’s an Alfa Romeo, the parts for it should be cheaper than a Tesla, for example.

Porsche Cayenne Turbo

The Porsche Cayenne and its faster version, the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, have been part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s SUV market for some years now, along with the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Mercedes-Benz GL series which makes it a recognisable name. As a motor trader that is in the used car market, a recognisable name/model when recommending an SUV to a customer who’s looking to switch from a motorbike, can be useful. Just like the Alfa Romeo above, the Porsche Cayenne Turbo has a 0-62 mph speed of 3.9 seconds.

Conclusion

A lot of motorbike enthusiasts love motorbikes because of the speed they can do, and when a motorbike enthusiast has a family, they often have to trade in their high-powered motorbike for something more practical. This often results in losing a bit of speed from their daily drive, however there are some suitable options in the SUV market that tick the size, space and speed boxes to minimise that loss! SUVs no longer have to be cumbersome and sluggish; they can now be big, powerful and speedy, and a good motor trader will know what to look for and what to pitch to each customer...However they can’t yet weave in and out of traffic quite as well as a motorcycle!