Most used crossovers are tall wagons and SUVs that are based on passenger-car platform architecture for improved ride quality, comfort and fuel economy. Many offer a third-row seat, and all-wheel drive is usually optional. Buying a used crossover makes sense if you don't want to pay the premium for a brand-new example.
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Check out our editors' top recommended used crossovers to help narrow down your list of choices.
Edmunds.com's annual Used Car Best Bet Awards are based on the following criteria: reliability, safety and availability (wider availability means more competitive prices and better value). Eligibility is limited to used cars originally sold from 2005 to 2010.
Our experts guide you through the process of shopping for a used diesel vehicle from start to finish. Learn how to find the right used diesel car or truck, and negotiate the price.