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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Boxy styling and health-and-wellness technologies highlight Kia's new concept.
With crossover sales booming, Buick looks to grab a bigger piece of the pie with a model built in China.
The Q7 is the second model to get Audi's new Virtual Cockpit infotainment interface, putting navigation and other electronics functions right in front of the driver.
Believe it or not, this little stunt took three months of research and design to complete.
Scion, Toyota's so-called "youth brand" is being shuttered, but many of its models will live to sell another day, albeit with Toyota badging. Here's why that's probably great for sales.
Toyota showed a prototype of a new compact SUV, the C-HR, at the Frankfurt auto show in September, and now it comes to Los Angeles with a Scion badge.
Cadillac softened its sharp-edged design for the CTS and ATS sedans, and now shows similar styling in its all-new XT5, a medium-sized SUV replacing the outgoing SRX.
Bentley's first-ever SUV is here, and it's a big-shouldered approach to high-level luxury.