In the era of gigantic SUVs and trucks, something smaller, cheaper, more fuel efficient and maneuverable feels like a breath of fresh air. So, for all of the drivers who are sick of behemoth cars, today we will be showing a lineup of subcompact crossovers – the smallest representatives of the sport utility vehicles.
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#1 2023 Honda HR-V
The 11th-gen platform of the Honda Civic expectedly spawns a subcompact crossover with a longer wheelbase and an independent rear suspension. The US bound 2023 Honda HR-V boasts a complete exterior overhaul, which distances itself from the global version.
#2 2023 BMW X1
At the first glance the 2023 facelift for the BMW X1 is just an aesthetic improvement, but Bavarians do bring chassis revisions, broader powertrain portfolio and a significant interior overhaul.
#3 2023 Smart #1 SUV
The first member of the new generation Smart family is built by Mercedes and Geely and is powered by electricity. The 2023 Smart #1 crossover gets 272 horses, 253 lb-ft, and around 260 WLTP miles.
#4 2023 KIA Niro
The 2022 Kia Niro enters its 2nd generation with a new look, a more technological cabin, and a trio of drivetrain choices: a strong hybrid, a PHEV and a BEV.
#5 2023 Toyota Aygo X
Following the findings of the thorough research into the urban driving environment of Europe, Toyota chose to optimize their local A-segment offering. The new Aygo X is built on the successful GA-B platform of the Toyota Global New Architecture aka TNGA.
#6 2023 TATA Curvv
2023 TATA Curvv previews a production crossover-coupe that will hit the streets in 2024. The model will be built on the new, Generation 2 EV architecture.