Subcompact crossover SUVs are for price- and size-conscious buyers who want in on the popular by the day crossover SUV experience many consumers are going for.
A good subcompact Crossover SUV will almost make you feel like you are driving a crossover SUV. A good subcompact Crossover SUV is affordably priced, but still has features found in more expensive types of cars. They are also surprisingly roomy, with generous cargo space.
Special features you may in some subcompaact crossover SUVs include sunroof/moonroof, reverse-parking-aid sensors, leather seating or trim, heated front seats or a heated steering wheel, a garage-door opener remote, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a navigation system.
The best subcompact crossover SUV: Kia Soul + (Soul Plus) (boxy but roomy, luxury features, option to fit them with AWD)
The second best subcompact crossover SUV: Honda HR-V EX (fuel efficient, shorter warranty)
The best luxurious subcompact crossover SUV: Buick Encore (cabin trims, quiet interiro, less roomy)
The best sporty subcompact crossover SUV: Mazda CX-3 Touring (good looking, good fuel-efficiency, pricey)