10 Smallest Crossovers to Buy in 2020: Affordable New Models and their Specifications



The popularity of SUV is not slowing down, in fact it’s spreading across the Atlantic to other parts of the world. However, it doesn’t mean that all of us should just go ahead and buy a gigantic car that can tow a mountain. If your daily needs are much humbler, and you still would prefer something small but at the same time tall, why not look into the segment of subcompact crossovers. In this video, we will bring you up to speed with the newest and smallest models within the segment that 2020 has to offer.

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Watch our playlist about 2020 cars from automakers around the globe:

#1 2020 Nissan Juke

By many accounts the Juke was the original subcompact crossover, that has started the world’s craze for the supermini SUVs. Even though discontinued in the US for now, its second generation is gearing up to take Europe by storm.

#2 2020 Audi A1 Citycarver

2020 Audi A1 Citycarver is a crossover version of Audi’s supermini model sits 1.6-inch higher than the A1 Sportback thanks to the updated suspension and larger wheels.

#3 2020 Kia Sportage

2020 Kia Sportage continues without radical updates, boasting only local exterior and interior improvements. From the outside, the 2020 model receives refreshed front grille, sharper LED headlights, new exhaust tips, and three wheels options. Inside the cabin, an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is now standard equipment.

#4 2020 Hyundai Venue

2020 Hyundai Venue is the latest addition to the rapidly expanding Hyundai SUV family and also its smallest and most affordable crossover on the market so far.

#5 2020 Ford Puma

Looking nothing like the previous Puma-coupe from Ford’s garage, 2020 Ford Puma subcompact crossover revives the forgotten name and plans to make its own.

#6 2020 BMW X1

The youngest Bimmer crossover, BMW X1, has reached the equator of its current generation, so naturally it received a facelift. The most noticeable exterior upgrade is the larger merging kidney grille up front, which streamlined the CUV with the rest of the company’s lineup.

#7 2020 Kia XCeed

2020 Kia XCeed is the fourth model of the Ceed family that combines the dynamics of a hatchback and the practicality of a small SUV.

#8 2020 Hyundai Kona Hybrid

The award-winning Hyundai Kona subcompact has already cemented its positions as one of the Korean automaker’s best-selling models, and now, it gets a fuel-efficient hybrid version for the 2020 model year.

#9 2020 Jeep Renegade PHEV

Jeep Renegade has been on the market for some time, being introduced back 2014, so for the upcoming 2020 model year, it arrives refreshed inside and out. It now has a PHEV powertrain option, rated for 190 or 240 hps and 30 miles of all-electric range.

#10 2020 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport (ASX)

Represented across all major markets this Mitsubishi is known in Europe as ASX, RVR in Asia and Outlander Sport on the North American market. 2020 marks the middle of the life cycle for this model, which is highlighted by a rather noticeable facelift.

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