Ten family SUVs that you buy for 8,000 euros

SUVs are among the most popular models in Europe and other continents. If you have a large family or are planning long trips, then this type of car is right for you. In this article we present you ten second hand cars that you can buy for only 8,000 euros, from the website Mobile.de.

More and more drivers want to have an SUV because: it offers good visibility and gives you the opportunity to drive smoothly on unpaved roads. It also offers increased comfort.

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In the article we selected models from BMW, Citroen, Dacia, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Volkswagen, Toyota and Volvo.

TOP. Ten family SUVs that you can buy for 8,000 euros

1. BMW X3 – 7,999 euros

The first car in our list is the X3 model from the Bavarian manufacturer BMW. An SUV with a 2.0-liter diesel engine mated to a manual gearbox. The turnover exceeds 156,000 kilometers and develops 177 horsepower.

The vehicle was first registered in 2008.

2. BMW X1 – 7,900 euros

BMW also has the younger “brother” at the top – the X1. It is equipped with a 2.0-liter diesel engine coupled to a manual gearbox. The car also develops 177 horsepower, but the turnover is higher – 235,000 kilometers.

The first registration, according to mobile.de, took place in 2009.

3. Citroen C4 Aircross – 7,900 euros

From the French manufacturer Citroen we have the C4 Aircross SUV. The car has a good run – only 85,000 kilometers. The C4’s engine is a 1.6-liter diesel, and the gearbox is manual.

The Citroen C4 can develop up to 114 horsepower, while the first registration was in 2013.

4. Dacia Duster – 7,990 euros

The Duster model of the Mioveni Dacia manufacturer could not be missing from our top. This second-hand Duster features a 1.5-liter diesel engine with a manual gearbox.

The turnover of Dacia Duster on mobile.de exceeds 147,000 kilometers, while the car can develop 109 horsepower. The first registration was made in 2015.

5. Ford Kuga – 7,990 euros

A family-friendly model is the Ford Kuga. The vehicle, first registered in 2008, has a 2.0-liter diesel engine mated to a manual gearbox.

Ford Kuga has a turnover of over 189,000 kilometers and develops 136 horsepower.

6. Honda CR-V – 7,950 euros

Over time, the Japanese manufacturer Honda has made many models appreciated by customers around the world. One of them is the Honda CR-v SUV, which we also find in our top.

Some features: 2.0-liter gasoline engine, manual gearbox, develops up to 150 horsepower and has a mileage of 108,000 kilometers. Also, the first registration was in 2006.

7. Mazda CX-5 – 7,900 euros

From another Japanese manufacturer, Mazda, we have the CX-5 SUV at the top. It comes equipped with a 2.2-liter diesel engine and is coupled to a manual gearbox.

Mazda’s turnover is 167,000 kilometers, while the car can develop up to 150 horsepower. First registration: 2013.

8. Volkswagen Touareg – 7,990 euros

Another SUV from a German manufacturer that I found on mobile.de is the Volkswagen Touareg. The extremely spacious model is equipped with a 4.2-liter engine coupled to an automatic gearbox and can develop (attention!) Up to 310 horsepower.

This Touareg has a turnover of over 229,000 kilometers and was first recorded in 2005.

9. Toyota RAV4 – 7.990 de euro

The Toyota RAV4 SUV is only good for off-road and long-distance family rides. This second-hand model features a 2.2-liter diesel engine with a manual transmission.

The ride is 116,000 kilometers, while the RAV4 can develop up to 177 horsepower. First registration: 2007.

10. Volvo X60 – 7,990 euros

We end our list with the Swedish manufacturer Volvo’s X60 SUV. The car is equipped with a 2.4-liter diesel engine with a manual gearbox.

The Volvo X60 has a mileage of over 317,000 kilometers and develops up to 163 horsepower. First registration: 2011.

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