At the moment, the SUV segment is by far the most competitive on the US market, and it’s so for a reason as SUVs are easily killing off minivans and wagons. When it comes to practicality, nothing beats a good SUV which offers both the space and unmatched sense of security. So, whether it’s about crossovers, subcompact, compact, mid-sized or full-sized SUVs, companies are battling hard for their fair share of the market. At the moment, there’s more than a hundred SUVs for sale in the USA, and we are here to explore the underdogs, the cars that fly under the radar in spite of their qualities, design and price. So, here’s our list of twenty best SUVs nobody is buying in the United States.
50. Mazda CX-3
We’ll start the list with small, but very practical subcompact SUVs. In this segment, Mazda has a lot to offer with its CX-3, a car that sits five passengers, has AWD as standard and starts at $19,960. In addition to great build quality, and a fine list of features, the CX-3 offers an amazing design, but still falls short with 24% loss compared to Q1 of 2016. The CX-3 sold in just a bit less than 3,200 copies, and compared to over 25,000 sold copies of the Jeep Renegade, that result is fairly tragic. Nevertheless, the CX-3 is one of the best contenders in the class, and it’s definitely worthy of your attention.