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Best used large SUVs for less than £25,000

What Car? Logo By Max Adams of What Car? | Slide 1 of 22: However, you can claw some of that money back by buying used; depreciation means a pre-owned example will cost a lot less than the same car would have cost you new. That doesn’t mean you’ll end up with something old and tired, though. Many models on this list still have some of the manufacturer’s warranty left and a lot of them haven’t covered many miles, so they will ostensibly feel like new cars.  So, take a look at our top 10 list of the best large SUVs that you can currently find on the second-hand market, along with the one you should avoid at all costs.

Budgets can be tight for buyers of large SUVs, and that's an issue, because these vehicles will, by their very nature, cost quite a lot to run; they're typically not as economical as smaller vehicles and their servicing costs tend to be higher.

However, you can claw some of that money back by buying used; depreciation means a pre-owned example will cost a lot less than the same car would have cost you new.

That doesn’t mean you’ll end up with something old and tired, though. Many models on this list still have some of the manufacturer’s warranty left and a lot of them haven’t covered many miles, so they will ostensibly feel like new cars. 

So, take a look at our top 10 list of the best large SUVs that you can currently find on the second-hand market, along with the one you should avoid at all costs.

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