SUVs are, at present, all the rage in the country. They offer a number of benefits to the owner including more space, better towing capacity, off-roading capability, and more.
The only drawback is that many great SUVs are quite expensive. If you want to buy an SUV without spending a lot of money, you may want to consider getting a pre-owned model. Here are our favorite used SUVs.
2010 Honda CR-V
The Honda CR-V is an affordable and high-ranking compact SUV that offers a comfortable and spacious cabin, lots of cargo space, and great safety scores.
While the only real vice might be its underpowered engine, its good fuel efficiency makes up for its sluggish engine performance. This CR-V generation has a long history of strong predicted reliability ratings, and it scored a perfect reliability score almost every year from the 2007 model to the 2011 version.
2010 Chevrolet Tahoe
This three-row large SUV has spacious seating for 8 people in its standard setup, and seating space for up to 9 passengers in models that feature an optional first-row bench seat. In addition to this, the Chevrolet Tahoe features excellent build quality and high-quality interior materials. While it has ample cargo space, the third-row seats don’t fold flat into the floor, so that might need to be removed to extend the cargo area fully.
When it comes to performance, this SUV has ample power for your commute, is pretty maneuverable for its size, and returns good fuel efficiency among rivals.
2016 Hyundai Tucson
The 2016 model has adult-friendly and nicely cushioned seats along with a generous list of standard features including a user-friendly touchscreen infotainment system and a rearview camera.
Apart from this, it comes standard with a sufficient four-cylinder engine (however, a stronger turbocharged four-cylinder engine is also available). The fuel economy figures of this ride are on par when compared to its class rivals.
2010 Toyota RAV4
This high-ranking compact SUV comes with a decently powered standard four-cylinder engine that is fuel-efficient. It is also available with a stronger V6 engine, which only takes a minor hit when it comes to fuel efficiency.
The Toyota RAV4 comes standard with a seating capacity of 5 passengers, and the available third-row increases the seating capacity to 7. While the first two rows are spacious for adults, it is recommended to leave the third row for children. It also has a good safety score and ample cargo space.