High fuel costs have made vehicle crossovers a preferred vehicle type over SUVs. With crossovers, drivers still get more storage than with a car, and the sleek look to a crossover is attractive to both sexes. These reasons have made crossovers extremely popular and now you can find them in every vehicle brand.
The Volvo XC60, priced at £24,180, is famous as a luxury crossover, as well as for its practicality. The XC60 has 67.4 cubic feet of cargo room and its estimated fuel mileage is 16 city/22 highway per gallon of gas. The body is appealing, the interior is comfortable and roomy and it is touted as one of the least-accident prone vehicles to hit the market.
For £19,383, this vehicle gets the same mileage as the Volvo XC60 for a lower price. Cargo room is 100.7 cubic feet. This is a practical family car that has plenty of seats for the kids, but the seats can fold down, allowing for the above stated cargo space as needed. There is not a lot of wasted space in the Mazda CX-9 and its sleek lines make it an attractive, modern family car.
In this Infiniti crossover, you won't know you're in a crossover. It's luxurious and beyond sleek. It's priced at £36,855 and has 62 cubic feet of cargo space. Pair that with 14mpg city and 20mpg highway, and this is a classy crossover. It's a very masculine car and owners say it's a joy to drive.
Priced at £23,335, the Mercedes-Benz GLK350 crossover offers 54.7 cubic feet of cargo space and 16 city/21 highway miles per gallon. It is both a luxury car and a practical car. This car is agile and also fun to drive, and it was spotted in the "Sex and the City" movie, driven by the stars. It touts great room for carrying bikes or even a canoe, making this a great outdoorsman's vehicle.
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