Honest John Awards 2018: Small crossover category

Small crossovers should pair the practicality of a large SUV with the low running costs of a compact hatchback. But who has made it on to the shortlist for the HonestJohn Awards 2018?

As always, the shortlist is based on user visits to pages on HonestJohn.co.uk - so they're chosen not by us, but based on how popular they are with you, our readers. 

Kia Niro 

The Kia Niro is spacious, comfortable and packed with plenty of technology. It's also a hybrid, which means it offers excellent fuel economy and low CO2 emissions.

Honda HR-V

The Honda HR-V is a crossover that majors on versatility. All are engaging to drive and frugal on fuel, while the spacious and practical interior provides plenty of comfort for a family of four. 

Mazda CX-3

Take a look beneath the CX-3's stylish exterior and you’ll find a well-made, family-friendly crossover that’s backed by an equally impressive range of petrol and diesel engines.  

Toyota C-HR

This angular, coupe-crossover isn't just stylish. The C-HR is dependable, practical and good to drive. Fuel costs are also affordable with buyers getting two frugal choices: a 1.2-litre petrol or a 1.8-litre petrol hybrid.


The classy X1 is a real competitor is this class, with a range of impressive engines and a generous helping of standard equipment. Its SUV styling and comfortable interior help make it a popular crossover with HonestJohn.co.uk readers. 


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