There are quite a lot of inexpensive budget models in the crossover segment on the Ukrainian market. Some of them cost less than $10,000.
Crossovers are the most popular cars in Ukraine at the moment. It is the off-road models that account for the majority of new car sales. Not all of them are expensive. Even in the conditions of war and the rise in price of cars on the Ukrainian market, there are enough budget models in this segment. Focus chose the cheapest crossovers in Ukraine.
Chery Tiggo 2 Pro – from UAH 343,360 ($9380)
Chery Tiggo 2 Pro is the most affordable crossover in Ukraine. The 4.2-meter car has a roomy trunk for 420 liters. The affordable model is richly equipped – a rear-view camera, parking sensors, cruise control, air conditioning, a 9-inch touch screen. The crossover is equipped with a 1.5-liter 109-horsepower gasoline engine and a 5-speed manual transmission.
Chery Tiggo 4 – from 355,200 hryvnias ($9700)
The Chery Tiggo 4 crossover is slightly larger than its brother and has a more expressive design. It is equipped with the same 1.5-liter engine, but increased to 113 hp. With. power. The bundle is almost the same as the Tiggo 2 Pro, but there is also keyless entry. With a CVT, a car costs UAH 399,000.
JAC JS2 – from UAH 391,000 ($10,680)
The smallest crossover JAC reaches 4.1 m in length and has a 450-liter trunk. The base version is equipped with a 1.5-liter petrol four with 105 hp. With. and 5-speed manual. The equipment includes air conditioning, a light sensor, parking sensors, Bluetooth and an ESP stabilization system.
FAW X80 – from 449,900 hryvnias ($12,300)
The budget FAW X80 is quite large – 4.6 m in length. Under the hood is a 2.0-liter 150-horsepower engine. The interior is trimmed with leatherette, and a large 12-inch display is installed on the central panel. The crossover is equipped with cruise control, keyless entry, camera, ESP, climate control.
FAW X40 – from 469,900 hryvnias ($12,850)
The FAW X40 is more compact than its counterpart (4.3 m in length), but more expensive. In Ukraine, it is available only with a 1.6-liter 109-horsepower engine and a 6-speed automatic. The equipment is almost the same as the older X80.
JAC JS3 – from 513,000 hryvnias ($14,000)
JAC JS3 Crossover – recently upgraded. The 4.3-meter car has a huge 600-liter trunk and a high ground clearance of 210 mm. The initial version is equipped with a 119-horsepower 1.6-liter engine and a 5-speed manual transmission. The car has ESP, rear view camera, parking sensors, light sensor, climate control.
Renault Duster – from 528,400 hryvnias ($14,450)
The most popular crossover in Ukraine in the basic version is not very richly equipped – there is a central lock, air conditioning, a light sensor and ESP. The initial Duster received a 115-horsepower 1.6-liter gasoline engine and a manual transmission.
Opel Crossland – from 547,000 hryvnias ($14,950)
Opel's compact 4.2-meter crossover has recently been updated. The initial version is equipped with a 1.2-liter 82-horsepower engine and a 5-speed manual. The equipment is quite rich – LED headlights, dual-zone climate control, heated steering wheel and seats, 7-inch display, 6 airbags.
JAC S4 – from 559,000 hryvnias ($15,270)
JAC S4 was developed with the participation of Volkswagen. Its equipment includes not only air conditioning, cruise control or parking sensors, but also all-round cameras, an electric driver's seat and a virtual instrument panel. Under the hood is a 1.5-liter 147-horsepower turbo engine, paired with a 5-speed manual. By the way, this particular model will be produced under the Moskvich brand.
Nissan Juke – from 565,540 hryvnias ($15,450)
The new Nissan Juke of the second generation has a striking design and received a 114-horsepower turbo engine. The basic version of Visia received diode headlights, air conditioning, cruise control, and even automatic braking and road marking control systems.