Compact SUVs From $25,000 to $35,000 With Standard Active Safety Systems
These high-performers will help keep you safe
Even though more automakers are making active safety systems available on their vehicles, sometimes the technology isn't available on base trims and automakers make you pay extra to get it.
Consumer Reports says forward collision warning (FCW), automatic emergency braking (AEB) with pedestrian detection, and blind spot warning (BSW) should come standard on all models.
And even though some automakers fall short, there are options for savvy shoppers who want an SUV with safety equipment that comes standard.
Below is our list of compact SUVs available from $25,000 to $35,000 that have standard FCW and city- and highway-speed AEB. Some also have pedestrian detection systems and/or BSW.