Larger isn't always better, particularly if you're driving in a busy city with winding streets.

In such conditions, a car with an extra-small footprint comes in handy since it makes

it easy to maneuver past traffic bottlenecks and squeeze into tight parking spaces.

SUVs that are subcompact may fit through narrow places with ease. They also provide reasonable  

usefulness with greater cargo room than a car with a comparable footprint, in spite of their small size.  

In the subcompact SUV segment, the Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-30 are two excellent options