Best Small SUVs

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#1 — Volkswagen Tiguan

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8,792 listings

Starting MSRP
$22,250
Starting Invoice
$21,361
Avg New Price
$29,366
Used Starting From
$16,800
Overall
9.5
Power
10
Family Car
9.8
Value
7.5
Looks/Style
5.5
Back Seats
9.3
Cargo Capacity
7.9
Handling
5
Front Seats
8.8

Based on 626 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#2 — Subaru Crosstrek

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855 listings

Starting MSRP
$21,795
Starting Invoice
$20,692
Avg New Price
$26,350
Used Starting From
$19,500
Overall
9.4
Power
8.8
Family Car
7.6
Value
9.4
Looks/Style
9.5
Back Seats
7.2
Cargo Capacity
6.5
Handling
10
Front Seats
6.4

Based on 1,174 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#3 — Subaru Forester

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2,413 listings

Starting MSRP
$22,795
Starting Invoice
$21,547
Avg New Price
$29,820
Used Starting From
$18,214
Overall
8.2
Power
7.7
Family Car
9.5
Value
7.3
Looks/Style
4.7
Back Seats
8.3
Cargo Capacity
8.6
Handling
7.2
Front Seats
6.3

Based on 1,311 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#4 — Jeep Cherokee

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3,313 listings

Starting MSRP
$24,395
Starting Invoice
$24,240
Avg New Price
$29,300
Used Starting From
$13,999
Overall
7.1
Power
9.2
Family Car
7.9
Value
4.9
Looks/Style
9.2
Back Seats
9.9
Cargo Capacity
9.4
Handling
7.1
Front Seats
6.2

Based on 1,188 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#5 — Kia Sportage

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2,370 listings

Starting MSRP
$23,600
Starting Invoice
$22,656
Avg New Price
$26,354
Used Starting From
$13,502
Overall
7
Power
7.7
Family Car
6.4
Value
6.7
Looks/Style
6
Back Seats
6.4
Cargo Capacity
6.7
Handling
4.4
Front Seats
7

Based on 846 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#6 — FIAT 500X

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2,152 listings

Starting MSRP
$19,995
Starting Invoice
$19,895
Avg New Price
$22,124
Used Starting From
$16,546
Overall
6.9
Power
6.5
Family Car
4.8
Value
6.7
Looks/Style
7.4
Back Seats
8.2
Cargo Capacity
4.9
Handling
5.8
Front Seats
9.3

Based on 1,004 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#7 — Buick Encore

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6,273 listings

Starting MSRP
$22,990
Starting Invoice
$22,875
Avg New Price
$23,342
Used Starting From
$12,490
Overall
6.9
Power
4.5
Family Car
6.1
Value
7.2
Looks/Style
6.6
Back Seats
7
Cargo Capacity
5.4
Handling
7.3
Front Seats
8.2

Based on 1,437 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#8 — Chevrolet Trax

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7,005 listings

Starting MSRP
$21,000
Starting Invoice
$20,160
Avg New Price
$21,610
Used Starting From
$12,301
Small SUV Trims
Overall
6.7
Power
6.4
Family Car
6.9
Value
8.8
Looks/Style
5.6
Back Seats
6.3
Cargo Capacity
5.4
Handling
6.2
Front Seats
5.9

Based on 1,507 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#9 — Honda HR-V

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4,930 listings

Starting MSRP
$19,670
Starting Invoice
$19,136
Avg New Price
$24,337
Used Starting From
$16,977
Overall
6.4
Power
5.5
Family Car
7.7
Value
8.1
Looks/Style
5.5
Back Seats
7.6
Cargo Capacity
8.5
Handling
4
Front Seats
7.4

Based on 1,255 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#10 — Ford Escape

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39,870 listings

Starting MSRP
$23,940
Starting Invoice
$23,102
Avg New Price
$26,151
Used Starting From
$14,899
Small SUV Trims
Overall
6.4
Power
7.2
Family Car
8.4
Value
6.8
Looks/Style
6.4
Back Seats
7.2
Cargo Capacity
9.7
Handling
5.7
Front Seats
9.2

Based on 635 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#11 — Jeep Renegade

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32,541 listings

Starting MSRP
$18,445
Starting Invoice
$18,294
Avg New Price
$23,588
Used Starting From
$13,571
Overall
6.3
Power
7.9
Family Car
4.7
Value
2.8
Looks/Style
6.6
Back Seats
5.6
Cargo Capacity
4.9
Handling
6
Front Seats
6.3

Based on 1,174 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#12 — Mazda CX-3

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567 listings

Starting MSRP
$20,110
Starting Invoice
$19,547
Avg New Price
$23,474
Used Starting From
$16,788
Overall
6.2
Power
5.4
Family Car
6.8
Value
6.3
Looks/Style
9.6
Back Seats
5.4
Cargo Capacity
6.3
Handling
8.8
Front Seats
6.5

Based on 1,422 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#13 — Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

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6,221 listings

Starting MSRP
$20,395
Starting Invoice
$19,716
Avg New Price
$21,896
Used Starting From
$13,800
Small SUV Trims
Overall
6.1
Power
4.3
Family Car
3.9
Value
8.9
Looks/Style
6.6
Back Seats
5.5
Cargo Capacity
7.2
Handling
6
Front Seats
5.7

Based on 1,517 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#14 — Mazda CX-5

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21,719 listings

Starting MSRP
$24,150
Starting Invoice
$23,710
Avg New Price
$29,128
Used Starting From
$20,484
Small SUV Trims
Overall
5.9
Power
5.9
Family Car
7.1
Value
8.5
Looks/Style
7.9
Back Seats
6.4
Cargo Capacity
4.9
Handling
6.6
Front Seats
6.9

Based on 785 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#15 — Nissan Rogue

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36,317 listings

Starting MSRP
$24,800
Starting Invoice
$23,478
Avg New Price
$27,407
Used Starting From
$14,484
Small SUV Trims
Overall
4.5
Power
3.7
Family Car
7.1
Value
4.6
Looks/Style
5.3
Back Seats
8.1
Cargo Capacity
9.1
Handling
3.6
Front Seats
6.2

Based on 1,209 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#16 — Honda CR-V

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51,429 listings

Starting MSRP
$24,250
Starting Invoice
$22,775
Avg New Price
$29,708
Used Starting From
$21,000
Small SUV Trims
Overall
4.5
Power
5.2
Family Car
5.4
Value
4.8
Looks/Style
4.5
Back Seats
5.3
Cargo Capacity
8
Handling
3.9
Front Seats
4.7

Based on 809 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#17 — Jeep Compass

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23,147 listings

Starting MSRP
$21,095
Starting Invoice
$20,960
Avg New Price
$25,700
Used Starting From
$14,171
Overall
4.4
Power
3.4
Family Car
3.3
Value
3
Looks/Style
4.2
Back Seats
4.5
Cargo Capacity
5.2
Handling
4
Front Seats
2.8

Based on 715 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#18 — Hyundai Tucson

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12,385 listings

Starting MSRP
$22,550
Starting Invoice
$21,724
Avg New Price
$25,602
Used Starting From
$15,253
Overall
4.1
Power
5.4
Family Car
5.9
Value
6
Looks/Style
4.1
Back Seats
6
Cargo Capacity
6.4
Handling
4.5
Front Seats
5

Based on 1,354 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#19 — Toyota RAV4

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42,783 listings

Starting MSRP
$24,660
Starting Invoice
$23,057
Avg New Price
$27,867
Used Starting From
$15,393
Overall
3.9
Power
3.7
Family Car
6.9
Value
5.4
Looks/Style
5
Back Seats
5.8
Cargo Capacity
8.2
Handling
4.1
Front Seats
4.8

Based on 1,158 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#20 — MINI Countryman

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427 listings

Starting MSRP
$26,600
Starting Invoice
$24,670
Avg New Price
$35,055
Used Starting From
$23,341
Overall
3.5
Power
6.6
Family Car
3.9
Value
3.5
Looks/Style
5.8
Back Seats
6.1
Cargo Capacity
4.7
Handling
3.2
Front Seats
5.8

Based on 282 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

Jeep Wrangler

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8,260 listings

Starting MSRP
$23,995
Starting Invoice
$23,651
Avg New Price
$36,294
Used Starting From
$22,975

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Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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58,109 listings

Starting MSRP
$27,895
Starting Invoice
$27,412
Avg New Price
$42,154
Used Starting From
$27,055

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Nissan Rogue Hybrid

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256 listings

Starting MSRP
$27,020
Starting Invoice
$25,575
Avg New Price
$29,503
Used Starting From
$21,953
Small SUV Trims

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