Like it or not the SUV class is going to stay. Currently, the crossover is the fastest-growing segment of SUV, involving almost every manufacturer who either already competing or is planning to.
Not all crossovers are good, though. Some are better than the other. Are you looking for some of the best crossovers for 2018? If you are, we can help you. Below, we listed 5 crossovers you should check out when you shop around. Let’s start.
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#1: Seat Arona
On the top of the list is the Seat Arona. The Seat Arona comes with admirable refinement and spacious interior. It also comes with excellent style and practicality, both of which are valued highly in the crossover segment. While all of these are great to have, it does come with downsides too. For instance, it has a rather dull interior and a quite bland handling.
#2: Audi Q2
Audi entered the crossover segment with the Q2. The Q2 comes with abundant style, plush interior as well as a polished, jacked-up hatch. It does look great as a crossover. That being said, you shouldn’t expect a good off-road prowess. Many crossovers, including the Q2, don’t have a good off-road prowess. Also, the Q2 is pricier than the usual crossover albeit it is cheaper than premium crossovers.
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#3: Citroën C3 Aircross
Next in line is the C3 Aircross from Citroën. The Aircross lineup, including the C3 Aircross, is known to be one of the cheapest crossovers on the market. While it is cheap, it doesn’t mean it can’t offer comfort. On the contrary, it offers the best comfort in the segment. The interior is designed in Citroën’s unique style. The downsides of C3 Aircross are that while it has a unique interior, it lacks quality feel and has a bland handling.
#4: Suzuki Vitara
Suzuki Vitara is unlike many crossovers, which are designed for road use. That’s right. The Vitara is a genuine off-roader. It is a bit rougher and more ready than many crossovers and will be able to outperform most of its competitor on a rough road. Although it has a rough and ready look, it is actually much nimbler than it looks. It has a good handling too. The downside of the Vitara is that it has an average interior and dull steering.
#5: Hyundai Kona
Last but certainly not least the Hyundai Kona. The all-new Kona is Hyundai’s answer to the Nissan Juke. The Kona is a practical, tough and rides quite well. Since it is sold on the more expensive range, the Kona seems to reflect Hyundai’s ambition to grow in the crossover segment. What is bad about the Kona is that it has a dull exterior design, an all-black interior, and average driving experience.
Each and every one of these crossovers come with their own pluses and negatives. Nothing is perfect, after all. When you shop around, do remember each one’s pluses and negatives so you can decide which one is the most fitting crossover for your situation. So, what do you think? Which one of them will you choose among these 5?