Looking for an inexpensive SUV or crossover? Our editors picked their favorites that you can score secondhand for around $16,000 -- the average price of a used car. They range from hardcore off-roaders to sensible city slickers. We used NADA Guide pricing data, assumed 12,000 miles per year and selected "Clean Retail" values to keep things fair.
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