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What Crossover Suv Should I Buy



Small SUVs, also known as crossovers, are big business for carmakers. Most models are based on supermini underpinnings but boast the raised driving position and extra flexibility that many motorists crave. This combination of lower running costs and more space allows these small SUVs to not only appeal as viable supermini alternatives, but also as rivals to more traditional family cars.




what crossover suv should i buy


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Toyotas are generally some of the most reliable cars on their market, and so, usually, is their best-sold crossover/SUV, the RAV4. However, if there are model years to avoid when shopping for a used RAV4, keep an eye out for the 2006, 2007 and 2008 models. Problem? Excessive oil consumption.


Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control (NSCC) with Stop & Go and Curve Control can help automatically adjust vehicle speed when driving on highways by using road information from the navigation system. NSCC only operates on main roads of select highways, and does not operate at interchanges or junctions. NSCC should not be used in poor weather, heavy or varying traffic, on winding or slippery roads, or if the navigation system is not working properly. NSCC is a driver convenience feature and not a collision avoidance or warning device. Driver remains responsible for checking the speed limit and distance to the vehicle ahead, steering the vehicle and slowing or stopping the vehicle to avoid a collision. See Owner's Manual for further details and limitations.


Traditional SUVs are few and far between these days. Most car manufacturers have moved to crossovers, due to fewer people actually requiring a full-sized SUV and living more urban lifestyles than rural.


In contrast, crossovers, are typically always front-wheel drive. While AWD options are available for some models, you simply don't have the same ability to go into tough terrains due to the car's platform.


Combined with its lower weight, most crossovers have a much better fuel efficiency than traditional SUVs. With lower CO2 emissions, you're also looking at less car tax and (usually) a lower insurance band.


How does the safety of a crossover size up? Well, they're much the same. The larger your car, the less likely you're going to be injured - so an SUV is marginally safer due to its slightly bigger size.


A crossover offers the look of a Sports Utility Vehicle with more on-road practicality. Automakers have capitalised on this trend, with nearly every manufacturer offering small to medium crossover vehicles.


The Mazda CX-5's SkyActiv technology makes it one of the most efficient crossovers on the market. The CX-5 has both fuel-efficient diesel models and nippy petrol options with low insurance bands. With a practical boot, a spacious and well-designed interior, the Mazda CX-5 is a fantastic crossover.


With a slick design, a super cool panoramic sunroof, and Audi's obsessive attention to detail, the Q3 is a great crossover for small families. This crossover SUV is perfect for those who like the bigger body style, without the rigidity.


Honda has dominated crossover sales since 2012, with this 4x4 SUV reigning as the best-selling model. With Honda now introducing a hybrid version, the CR-V is almost certainly going to continue to be a hit. With a 5-star Euro NCAP safety rating, you can rest assured you're traveling in safety.


The much bigger brother of the Q3 crossover, this full-sized beast has an enormous cabin packed full of Audi's excellent tech. While still a tall SUV, the Q8 has a coupe-like body giving it a streamlined look.


Peek around for some crossovers under the new-car average transaction price of about $42,000 and you'll be met with surprising quantities of quality. And if you're the techie sort, you're in luck, because many of these vehicles pack some of the coolest tech offered across the entire automotive industry. Here are some of our favorites in that price rage.


Like all Mazdas, the CX-5 is arguably the best-handling crossover in its class. Great design and a plush interior make it wonderful to live with. The CX-5 will definitely out-handle rivals including the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 or Ford Escape.


The Chevy Blazer seemed to come out of nowhere, largely because its design doesn't really speak to the heritage of its fabled nameplate. That may upset some self-appointed purists who think anything with the name "Blazer" on the side needs to be a body-on-frame truck, but they'll be missing out on a pretty cool crossover SUV.


The Blazer wears its Camaro-derived looks particularly well. Plus, this two-row crossover should appeal to a lot of shoppers with its variety of engines on offer, including a 2.5-liter I4, a 2.0-liter turbo I4 and an available 3.6-liter V6 that features 308 horsepower. The Blazer offers solid infotainment, connectivity and advanced safety gear, all in a wieldy package that starts at $34,795 before destination charges and options.


Sure, it's a weird-lookin' little thing, but Hyundai's Kona SUV is one of our favorites in the subcompact class. With its vibrant color palette and love-it-or-hate-it styling, it's sure to make a bolder statement than other, more conventionally styled crossovers.


The CX-30 is Mazda's latest small crossover SUV entry that has a lot going for it. It's stylish, with clean, flowing body lines for a sporty look on the outside, while the interior is truly impressive for the class with luxury-level materials, an intuitive layout and serviceable space for passengers and cargo. On the technology front, the Mazda Connect infotainment interface is clunkier to use but is feature rich, and safety equipment like adaptive cruise, forward collision warning with auto braking, lane-departure warning and blind-spot monitoring are all standard.


Being a Mazda, the CX-30's biggest selling point is how it drives. Make sure the car is in Sport mode for peppier performance from the 2.5-liter I4 making 186 horsepower and 186 pound-feet of torque. Combine that with a wonderfully tuned chassis that offers quick turn-in, composed cornering and strong brakes and you have a crossover that's a fair bit of fun to toss around. And it still manages to provide a comfortable and quiet ride for normal driving.


The Audi Q3's style is sharper than before, and the interior gets gussied up in certain specs with a rockin' orange trim. It's bigger than before, so it can accommodate more cargo with ease, and its 228-horsepower I4 engine provides more than enough grunt for scootin' around the city. It's a great way to sneak into a luxury crossover at a decent price, though it does start at slightly above $35,000.


While the tiny Hyundai Venue may not be available with all-wheel drive, it has more character than many crossovers in larger size classes and price brackets. The Venue's funky styling sets it apart from its competitors. It's packaged well too, offering more interior space than you'd expect.


Even at $20,295 to start the base Venue SE has features like an 8-inch touchscreen, lane-keeping assist and automatic headlights. Moving up in the trim level brings more advanced stuff like automatic climate control, LED exterior lighting, navigation and blind-spot monitoring. Despite only having a 121-hp four-cylinder and a CVT, it's pretty peppy and handles well, too. The Hyundai Venue is what more small cars should be like.


In the end, the vehicle you choose comes down to what you need it to do. But, if you need something roomy, built strong, safe, and capable when the going gets rough, then a vehicle like the Ford Everest 4WD should be at the top of your shopping list.


High-riding crossovers, SUVs, and 4x4s are popular body styles in the UK and other parts of the world for a reason. They are spacious, rugged, off-road capable (especially SUVs and 4x4s), safe to drive, technologically advanced, comfortable, and luxurious. With so many similarities between these three, it is often difficult to differentiate between them.


As the name implies, the crossover is a cross of two vehicles, i.e., a hatchback and an SUV. They resemble SUVs due to various similarities between the two. We are talking about enhanced visibility, high driving stance, rugged appearance, and spacious cabin. However, the crossover is more economical to drive than the SUVs owing to the smaller engines they carry and lower body weight.


There is no correct or wrong answer to this question; it depends on your individual needs. If you need a capable off-roader to conquer all types of rugged terrains, a 4x4 is the way to go. However, if you are looking for a more practical, fuel-efficient city hauler, a crossover is an excellent choice. On the other hand, an SUV is a perfect option if you need something that can overcome both on-road and off-road terrains with style, comfort, and convenience.


When it comes to choosing a vehicle in the Philippine automotive market, buyers are spoiled for choice as every manufacturer has something special to offer no matter what the category. With that in mind, two types of vehicles have become the popular choice for those looking to get an affordable yet versatile vehicle on a budget. The first is the ever-popular sedan, which has made a name for itself as the go-to for those looking to get a well-equipped vehicle that can also double as a family car. The second is the crossover which quickly rose in popularity due to a new wave of options that entered the market offering more features but at an attainable price. It also helps that crossovers also come with the looks of an SUV but retain the ride comfort that one would normally expect from a sedan. With that in mind, we compare the sedan and the crossover to see which one will suit you the best.


On the pricing front, subcompact sedans and crossovers are relatively close as their price ranges tend to overlap in some areas. Some examples of this would be the Honda City that ranges from P848,000 to P1,058,000 and the Toyota Vios which ranges from P681,000 to P1,035,000. On the crossover side of things, the popular MG ZS goes for around P818,888 to P998,888, while another popular example the Geely Coolray goes for between P978,000 to P1,198,000. This puts these two kinds of vehicles fairly close to one another making them all the more enticing for just that little bit of price increase. 041b061a72


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