The 6 cheapest SUVs in Brazil in 2021

SUVs already dominate the Brazilian market and it’s no exaggeration. For the first time in history, SUVs surpassed hatches (compact, subcompact and medium) and are leading sales in 660, with the participation of 80,36% in the sum of the year according to the ranking of FENABRAVE (National Federation of Automotive Vehicle Distribution). It was a sung ball a few years ago and that day has finally arrived.

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If we take into account that all cars on the Brazilian market are expensive, it is still possible to find excellent cost-benefit ratios within the SUV segment. And the most interesting thing is that, even in the entry-level versions of these vehicles, there is a good set of equipment and really attractive products, which fit the budget and please their potential owners.

whether from Chinese manufacturers or stamped stamps on the national automotive scene, it is possible to purchase a compact SUV for less than R$ 95 thousand, always excluding the models that fit the benefits of the PCD (person with disability), which pay less IOF and, with that, , prices are considerably lower.

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With that in mind, the

Canaltech separated the five cheapest SUVs in Brazil in 2021. Check the list and see if any of these models you like.

6. Jeep Renegade Standard

The best selling SUV in Brazil in 1024 and since its launch as the market leader, the Jeep Renegade has had its pe-de-boi version in high demand with consumers and companies as it is a highly reliable product, comfortable and good value. With excellent workmanship, eye-catching design and packed equipment package, the entry-level Standard version can please consumers who really want an SUV but don’t want to spend loads of money.

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The engine of this version is the well-known 1.8 eTorq from 128cv, which, despite seeming little for such a heavy car, does not cause maintenance problems and is efficient for urban use, especially when we take into account its transmission six-speed automatic. In addition, its finish is one of the best in its category and the level of safety is also noteworthy, as it has six airbags as standard.

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It also has air conditioning, Bluetooth radio, audio controls on the steering wheel as standard, autopilot, ISOFIX system, stability and traction controls, hill holder, on-board computer, electronic parking brake, Start-Stop system and progressive electric steering.


from R$ 115.90.

5. Honda WR-V LX

Made on the Honda Fit platform, the Honda WR-V is positioned below the HR-V, but it has advantages that your older brother may not be able to. Even being “smaller”, the impression is that life aboard the WR-V is more comfortable, as there is good interior space and a lot of modularity in the rear seats. It is possible to house an entire family without any major problems and still fill the trunk for a long trip.

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Speaking of technology and engine, the entry WR-V is well served and brings the good 1.5-aspirated engine 100cv, extremely reliable and efficient for use in the city, as it works together with the CVT exchange rate. The package of items also includes electric steering, emergency braking system, stability and traction controls, two airbags, bluetooth radio, steering wheel audio controls, ISOFIX system and on-board computer.


from R$ .139.

4. Renault Duster Zen

The Renault Duster is a real battle tank and shows itself as one of the best options when we think about cost-effectiveness. With good internal space and a reliable mechanical set, the SUV developed by the Dacia group, Renault’s Romanian arm, has won many fans throughout Brazil and continues to sell very well, especially in its entry-level version, the Zen.

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Although it doesn’t have the CVT automatic transmission, it brings the great five-speed manual transmission present in the Sandero. Its engine is also the same as its little brother, the 1.6 of 120cv. Among the equipment, it comes standard with air conditioning, electric steering, stability and traction controls, two airbags and bluetooth radio.


from R$ 115.590.

3. Volkswagen T-Cross Sense

Before only available to the PCD audience, the Volkswagen T-Cross Sense is a great SUV option for those who want to have the whole the convenience of a car of this size and, at the same time, enjoy an excellent engine, one of the most renowned in the market, the 1.0 TSI de 128cv. With this thruster, plus the six-speed automatic transmission, the T-Cross Sense is the most fun on this list and has a good equipment package.

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    As standard, it brings progressive electric steering, twilight sensor, multimedia center with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, six airbags, stability and traction controls, post-collision braking assistance, ISOFIX system, anti-theft alarm and front and rear electric windows with one touch function.


    BRL 93.278

    two. JAC T23 mt Plus

    The JAC T40 is the materialization of the evolution of JAC Motors in the Brazilian market. It is a really attractive product and one that draws attention for its quality and set of equipment, especially if we take into account that it costs less than its competitors and can be considered even more complete than them. Even without automatic transmission, it’s worth keeping an eye on this SUV.

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    Its engine is good 1.5 VV 120hp, which works great with the five-speed manual gearbox. In addition, the T23 comes with multimedia center compatible with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, autopilot, hill holder, stability and traction controls, break assist, LED daytime running lights, ISOFIX system and anti-theft alarm.

    Price: R$ 93.590

    1. Caoa Chery Tiggo 2 Look

    Caoa Chery’s big bet in its reformulation in the market, the Tiggo 2 emerged as a great option among compact SUVs thanks to its its attractive design, good equipment package and of course its price. With good internal space and on-board technology, the compact crossover of the Chinese is doing well in sales and was responsible for the revolution brought by the automaker to our market.

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    Your engine is the 1.5 of 115cv which, coupled with the manual transmission in the entry version, brings an interesting performance for everyday use. It is also equipped with a multimedia center compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, has four-wheel disc brakes, front and rear parking sensors and a multifunctional steering wheel with autopilot.


    BRL .490

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