Top 10 used family SUVs for less than £20,000
Some of the most spacious and desirable family SUVs around can now be had for less than £20,000. Here are 10 of the best...
Buying a used family SUV needn’t cost you the earth. In fact, you can buy examples often as young as just a few months old for less than £20,000, and these highly practical cars are now cheap enough that they make a huge amount of financial sense as a second-hand purchase.
Most of these SUVs have the raised-up driving position and chunky looks that buyers love, as well as large boots and flexible interiors. That's why many motorists have moved on from traditional family cars such as the Ford Focus, into the likes of the Nissan Qashqai. However, there are so many to choose from for this sort of cash that finding the right car for you can be bewildering. That’s where we come in. We’ve rounded up our 10 favourite family-sized SUVs that you can get for less than £20,000.
Best used family SUVs for less than £20,000
10. Vauxhall Grandland X
Beneath its subtly persuasive body, the Grandland X shares a lot of its technology with the Peugeot 3008, which, as you will read later, is one of our favourite family SUVs. Comfort is what the car seeks to achieve, and it succeeds. Equipment levels are good, and there's plenty of room inside. It even handles well, which is probably not what you expect when you look at it.
We found: 2018 Vauxhall Grandland X 1.5 Turbo D Elite Nav, 8700 miles, £18,000
Read our used review here
9. Toyota C-HR
If you're looking for a family SUV, exciting driving dynamics probably won't be at the top of your list of must-haves. As long as it’s comfortable and doesn’t flop over in bends, most people are quite content. Toyota, despite not being a brand known for making interesting driving cars, is throwing in a bonus, then, because the C-HR has not only a finely judged, comfortable ride, but tidy handling, too. It even looks fresh. That shape means rear room is a little compromised, but most will accept that for its futuristic looks.
We found: 2018 Toyota C-HR 1.2T Icon, 5428 miles, £16,995
Read our used review here
8. Renault Kadjar
Building on the success of its smaller sibling, the Renault Captur, the Renault Kadjar is a bigger SUV aimed at families, those who need a more sizeable car than a regular hatchback and don’t want to go down the MPV route. To that end, the Kadjar is one of the more practical options when it comes to rear seat space, and its boot is one of the biggest in the class. It's comfortable, too, and borrows much of its underpinnings from the Nissan Qashqai, of which you will hear more in a minute.
We found: 2019 Renault Kadjar 1.3 tCe Dynamique Nav, 200 miles, £14,851
Read the used review here
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