Crossover SUV sales are up 10.3 percent over last year, according to data from the Wall Street Journal. Crossovers appeal to a lot of buyers for their higher ride height and more flexible cargo space than cars, but you tend to pay a higher price for that extra height and space. That doesn’t mean crossover SUVs have to break the bank though. These crossover SUVs stand out with low starting prices for their class and affordable projected ownerships costs over five years. They also receive positive reviews from the automotive press. From subcompact SUVs to large SUVs, all of these crossovers will play nicely with your bank account.
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