There's no denying the raging popularity of crossovers and sport-utility vehicles right now. Both provide a higher view of the road plus practical utility and cargo space, and although crossovers are slightly smaller, they make up for it with their nimbleness and more car-like handling. If there's a downside, though, it's some models can be pricey when brand-new, which can discourage potential buyers. Luckily, there's a vast selection of used SUVs and crossovers that are more affordable yet often equipped much the same with modern features. With that said, if you're in the market for a used SUV or crossover you should consider what Hyundai has to offer with its long-standing and favorable reputation.


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New vs. Used Pricing

The simple reason you can find relatively new used vehicles for so much less than brand-new is because their biggest depreciation hit has already taken place. When a brand-new vehicle is driven off the lot for the first time, its value greatly decreases, which means, of course, that its market price will be lower. For example, consider an all-new Hyundai Tucson SE crossover compared to one that's a few years old. A brand-new 2019 Tucson SE has a starting MSRP of $21,100, but it's not impossible to find the same model and trim from 2017 with approximately 30,000 miles somewhere in the ballpark of $15,000, nearly $6,000 less for a two-year-old vehicle that's barely even broken in.

The same applies to their full-sized SUVs, as it's possible to get behind the wheel of a used Santa Fe Sport (which is now called the Santa Fe, since the original Santa Fe is now known as the Santa Fe XL) with about 15,000 miles on it for around $20,000. In contrast, if you were to purchase a brand-new Santa Fe SE you'd be met with a $24,500 starting MSRP. Keep in mind, too, that a few years' difference in age will not drastically change how accommodating a vehicle is as far as standard features.


The Certified Pre-Owned Advantage

The downside to buying a vehicle secondhand is that you don't necessarily know its history, especially if it was bought from a third-party seller. This is where Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicles come in handy, as only the best-maintained units can make the cut. With a Hyundai CPO vehicle, you'll have extra peace of mind knowing that it's less than 5 model years old, has under 60,000 miles on the odometer, and has gone through a rigorous 173-point inspection process as well as any needed reconditioning and parts replacement. If it meets those requirements and passes the inspection, it can be registered as CPO.

You'll also get the remainder of its original 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle limited warranty, a new 10-year/100,000-mile CPO powertrain limited warranty, a detailed Carfax Vehicle History Report, rental car reimbursement, travel interruption reimbursement, 24-hour roadside assistance, and a complimentary 90-day trial of SiriusXM radio.


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