Compare the best small crossovers

High quality small crossover cars from rated and reviewed dealers

Best small crossover cars of 2022

Small crossovers are extremely popular thanks to their raised ride height, compact size and low running costs. There are dozens of options out there, so to make your choice a bit easier, our team at carwow has selected some of the very best ones on sale today.

peugeot 2008

1. Peugeot 2008

9/10
carwow price from
£207* / month (£21,213)
volkswagen T-Cross

2. Volkswagen T-Cross

9/10
carwow price from
£192* / month (£21,280)
skoda Karoq

3. Skoda Karoq

9/10
carwow price from
£255* / month (£24,733)
renault Captur

4. Renault Captur

8/10
Battery range up to 28 miles
carwow price from
£212* / month (£19,013)
skoda Kamiq

5. Skoda Kamiq

8/10
carwow price from
£210* / month (£20,422)
nissan Juke

6. Nissan Juke

8/10
carwow price from
£191* / month (£18,507)
volkswagen T-Roc

7. Volkswagen T-Roc

7/10
carwow price from
£208* / month (£25,063)
honda HR-V Hybrid

8. Honda HR-V

7/10
carwow price from
£341* / month (£27,721)
seat Arona

9. SEAT Arona

7/10
carwow price from
£194* / month (£19,353)
ford Puma

10. Ford Puma

7/10
carwow price from
£235* / month (£21,725)

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Advice about small crossovers

Small crossovers FAQs

Many manufacturers use the same base model for their hatchback and crossover offerings. In these cases, there is precious little difference between the two. Sometimes, as with the Kia Ceed and Kia Xceed, the changes are simply a raised ride-height and some plastic exterior cladding that hint at a rugged off-road lifestyle.

In other cases, the differences are a bit more substantial, with the crossover generally having a redesigned body with a larger boot and more standard equipment to justify its higher pricing. Peugeot does this with the 208 and 2008.

The most  luggage-friendly small crossover is the Renault Captur with its 536 litres of boot space. This is more than just about any other rival, with the Ford Puma (456 litres) and Volkswagen T-Cross (455 litres) coming in a distant second and third.

There is a constantly expanding selection of all-electric small crossovers with current offerings including the MG ZS EV, Hyundai Kona Electric, Peugeot e-2008, and Hyundai Ioniq 5.