SUVs in particular car-based crossover that is built on unibody platforms continue to outperform the overall industry in the U.S. new-vehicle sales market. These popular sport utility models posted the highest increases among all vehicle segments. That is making the competition for the market share even higher. The flexibility that is an SUV’s characteristic led to the adverse result of almost identical cars being produced. The manufacturer’s answer is lowering the prices to be able to keep the market share. That is very good news for all consumers as the quality of the vehicles as has never been better and also they are now available at a profitable price. The following list of SUVs describes a few examples of vehicles that are trying to stay on the market or conquer new ones by simply lowering their prices.


Honda CR-V $24,045

Honda CR-V was built with consumer comfort in mind and the Japanese manufacturer is offering exactly that on the market. Both CR-V and the HR-V are delivering very promising performances and quality.

The CR-V has supportive seats and a firm but supple ride and the interior is quiet, handsome, and roomy. It is here to prove its reliability and competence.