10 Cheapest Crossover Cars On Sale in 2018 (Interior and Exterior Review)

Compact SUVs and crossovers are currently the hottest cars on the market, everybody wants them, though unfortunately not everyone can afford them. But who said that any automobile larger than a tiny hatchback must be expensive? Today we have prepared a list of the cheapest crossovers on sale in 2018, that should be within the reach of the majority of consumers.

And while, we do agree that the adjectives cheap or affordable are rather subjective, in this video you will only find cars that cost as low as $16,000 and barely go over the $20,000 mark, indeed affordable, right? We hope you will be able to find the right car for your growing family on this list and avoid piling up an enormous debt!

Cars reviewed in this video:

Dacia Duster: group.renault.com/en/company-vehicles/discover/dacia

The Dacia Duster is a compact sport utility vehicle produced jointly by the French manufacturer Renault and its Romanian subsidiary Dacia since 2010.

Kia Soul: www.kia.com/us/en/vehicle/soul/2018

2018 Kia Soul is a subcompact 5-seater that is crossover quality built, spacious, and comfortable. Its base version starts from $16,200.

Jeep Renegade: jeep.com/renegade.html

The Renegade is Jeep’s smallest and least expensive crossover, positioned below the larger Compass, Cherokee, Wrangler and others.

Nissan Kicks: nissanusa.com/crossovers/kicks

This subcompact crossover is based on the 2014 Kicks concept and size-wise falls below the Rogue Sport.

Honda HR-V: automobiles.honda.com/hr-v

Honda HR-V is a compact, solidly built crossover with plenty of passenger legroom and cargo space. It is priced at $19,670.

Ford EcoSport: ford.com/suvs-crossovers/ecosport/2018

The first generation of EcoSport was introduced in 2016 and this year the time has come for an update. The new crossover looks more stylish and solid, it received modernized interior, high tech hardware and should be available in dealerships starting from January 2018 with a 20,000 MSRP.

Fiat 500X: www.fiatusa.com/2018/500x.html

Fiat 500X is a spacious 5-seater crossover that boasts of Italian design and craftsmanship. It starts from $19,995 for the Pop trim.

Hyundai Kona: hyundai.news/eu/feature/the-all-new-hyundai-kona/0/

This subcompact crossover is mostly oriented on the city driving. The design seems rather controversial but, we are confident that it will find its fans.

Mazda CX3: mazdausa.com/vehicles/cx-3/gallery

Serving as the brand’s entry-level crossover, the 2018 Mazda CX-3 is priced from $20,110 and falls below the larger CX-5.

Jeep Compass: jeep.com/compass.html

Since this car model went through a major redesign last year, the 2018 Jeep Compass receives only minimal tech updates.


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  1. I own a 2016 Dacia Duster Phase 2 (my second Dacia) and i must say they are very good value for the price they are. In 2020 I will be purchasing another Dacia, this time as a treat I am going to opt for the 4×4.

  2. Anyone on a tight budget should go with a 2 or 3 year old pre-owned. Take excellent care of it (basically do everything the owner's manual says to do, when they say to do it) and drive it for 15 or 20 years, or until similarly all electrics become available — whichever comes first.

  3. Used model of a higher trim or premium crossover is the way to go. Since cars and trucks lose at least 20% by driving them off the lot also car loans have become the next bubble to burst like the housing bubble. It's just best to find a used one from the dealership. Sadly! Also I've noticed that these car companies are nickel and dime the consumers on the options packages seem they're so skimpy on mix level trims making about 4 levels in some cases.Ugh, next I buy will be used maybe year older.

  4. Crossover body type seems to have put an end to the domination of the sedans on the market. More and more people seem to be switching from roomy sedans to crossovers and small SUVs. But how to follow the trend without breaking the bank? Here are 10 affordable cars that you should buy in 2018, choose the right one for you.

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