Subcompact SUVs and Compact SUVs are similar in many ways, but there are a few key differences between the two. Subcompact SUVs typically have a shorter wheelbase, making them better suited for tight city streets, while compact SUVs are typically bigger and better suited for highway driving.
Subcompact SUVs tend to have smaller engines, resulting in lower fuel economy ratings, while compact SUVs tend to have larger engines, resulting in higher fuel economy ratings.
Subcompact SUVs also tend to have less cargo space than their larger counterparts, while compact SUVs typically have more. Finally, subcompact SUVs tend to be less expensive than compact SUVs, making them a more affordable option for those on a budget.
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