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Best Compact SUV
Compact SUVs look to bring together comfort and sportiness with family practicality and good gas mileage, the best reviews evaluates. Compact SUVs not only on traditional performance criteria like acceleration and handling, but also on important daily-use aspects like cargo capacity, seating comfort, safety, fuel economy and reliability. Widely known as the “toughened off-road ride,” nevertheless does frequently offer a modest extra ground clearance and also have a superior competence off the pavement than many other travelers’ cars.
The 2010 Honda CR-V provides the best combinations of safety, utility and affordability in its category. It gets even better, with CR-V’s increased fuel economy, more power and a trendy exterior for 2010. Honda provides a competent and comfortable ride. It is the best SUV and the most affordable one in the market.
The 2010 version is a sporty and attractive entry within its category. It’s a prefect package of German driving dynamics that comes with a class-leading powertrain warranty and luxurious feel that sets it apart from all the other SUVs, but its unreasonable base price and below-average cargo space detract from its demand. That said, Volkswagen’s Tiguan is known for its affordability and fuel-efficient compact SUV.
Escape was initially launched in 2001 by Ford and has changed over 10 years. The 2010 Escape is a smooth-riding and fuel-efficient SUV. It has high-tech options available which aren’t usually available in its category.
The Mazda Tribute continues to be an exceptional value owing to its reasonable base price and fine fuel economy. If your looking for a reliable, comfortable and safe ride this may just fit your requirements but, you may be disappointed with its interior as there aren’t many high-tech options.
The 2010 Mercury Mariner only stands out for its eye-catching exterior & interior and original safety features. Mariner has a good fuel economy if compared in its class. However, its performance is just sufficient and doesn’t justify for its worth.
Redesigned in 2009, after which Forester rides smoother and looks better than ever before. Its standard all-wheel drive system, spacious rear seat, and low base price make it a great value in its class.
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