Top 10 SUVs and Crossovers With the Smallest Turning Circles for 2014

The growth of the compact SUV and crossover segment reflects an increasing demand for haulers that offer decent utility in a package small enough to be city-friendly. Many of these compact models boast reasonably tight turning circles. A vehicle's turning circle is the full diameter of the smallest circle it's capable of making when completing a turn. A small turning circle can help a vehicle ease its way into a cramped parking space with zero headaches.

The 10 models listed below are the SUVs and crossovers with the smallest turning circles for 2014. Our list includes choices like the luxurious Infiniti QX50; the stylish and sporty Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson; the spacious Toyota RAV4; and the trail-ready Subaru Forester and Jeep Wrangler, for those who like to venture off-road on weekends.

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Turning circle: 34.7 feet

Turning circle: 34.7 feet

Turning circle: 34.8 feet

Turning circle: 34.8 feet

Turning circle: 34.8 feet

Turning circle: 34.8 feet

Turning circle: 34.8 feet

Turning circle: 34.8 feet

Turning circle: 34.8 feet

Turning circle: 34.9 feet