Articles about Subcompact Crossover

Just in time for summer
It's only fitting that Nissan has chosen the Kicks-one of the Japanese carmaker's South American crossover offerings-as the foundation for its latest concept, the Kicks Surf.The vehicle's home region, after all, is home to some of
Fancy a near-300bhp subcompact crossover? Here you go
The VW Group doesn't tend to keep a profit-swelling idea exclusive. Take the brainwave of smallish, quick SUVs, kickstarted with the likes of the Audi RS Q3. Within a matter of months, we've had the not-a-Seat Cupra
It's still an underrated subcompact crossover
We're no strangers to the Honda HR-V. The subcompact crossover has been in our market for nearly four years, and in that time we've driven it more than a handful of times. Even with the facelift that
These kicks, Lexus says, have been created by a fashion designer
Tires have inspired many shoes. But we're not sure a shoe has ever inspired a tire. Until now, anyway.What you're looking at here is a completely ordinary Lexus UX crossover, except for the fact that it's wearing a
It grew in all the right ways
Despite having the lowest digit in the X-Series, the X1 cannot lay claim to being the smallest crossover in BMW's lineup. That distinction goes to the new X2, which is a hair wider but shorter and lower than the X1.
A quirky Korean crossover
In August 2018, SsangYong Berjaya Motor Philippines-the Korean brand's official local distributor-brought in the refreshed Tivoli. The changes were meant to provide the subcompact crossover with a sportier look and a more premium interior vibe.Good news, then, as
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