The top 5 SUV deals of 2021
SUVs are always in hot demand. They offer the right mix of style, luxury, and comfort. It seems everyone now prefers to move around in one, but come to think of it, not everyone can afford these alluring status symbols. The good news is that there are many attractive deals for those who can afford this range of cars. Hence, it seems to be a pretty good time to go out and buy one. Read on to find out about the best SUV deals in the market currently.
The 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
This SUV would be the most expensive on this list, but even with a retail price of $24,525, its features such as aluminum wheels, LED- head and tail lights along with a 7.0 touchscreen make it one to watch out for.
The 2021 Subaru Crosstrek
Subaru markets this car as a crossover SUV, though you could easily consider it to be a hatchback once you look at it. It boasts an 8.7-inch ground clearance and a 50:50 front-to-rear torque split on a standard all-wheel-drive system. It is roomy, considering it is based on a compact car instead of a subcompact. The Crosstrek comes at a retail price of $23,295, which is a great deal on an SUV.
The 2021 Kia Seltos
The Kia Seltos is more SUV-ish shaped than its boxier cousin Soul. It also sports an all-wheel drive. While it shares a similar base and optimal turbo engine to that of Soul’s, it is Seltos’s SUV-panache that justifies its retail price of $23,110.
The 2021 Mazda CX-30
This SUV sports an upscale style and a slick driving dynamic. Mazda CX-30, much like the Crosstrek, is based on the compact hatchback model and can be considered an affordable, subcompact SUV. The CX-30 comes at a retail price of $23,000.
The 2021 Toyota C-HR
This is a stylish SUV from the house of Toyota with a slightly taller seating position for conveyance. It is a style-first ‘crossover’ in the SUV segment and comes at a retail price of $22,690.
These are some of the top SUV Deals in the market at present. SUV buyers can also find low-interest financing and cashback offers on popular SUV models. Some SUVs offer financing for up to 6 years on certain models, with monthly payments ranging from $200-$300, on periods ranging from 36 months – 39 months, and an average down payment of $3000. If you plan to lease an SUV, you can pay anything from $180-$400 monthly, with a certain upfront amount. However, if you plan to buy an SUV instead, do look out for cashback deals ranging from $750 to $2500 applied on the purchase price of the cars.