Simulations of neutron star-black hole (NSBH) binaries generally consider black holes with masses in the range (5 - 10 )M☉ , where we expect to find most stellar mass black holes. The existence of lower mass black holes, however, cannot be theoretically ruled out. Low-mass black holes in binary systems with a neutron star companion could mimic neutron star-neutron star (NSNS) binaries, as they power similar gravitational waves and electromagnetic signals. To understand the differences and similarities between NSNS mergers and low-mass NSBH mergers, numerical simulations are required. Here, we perform a set of simulations of low-mass NSBH mergers, including systems compatible with GW170817. Our simulations use a composition and temperature dependent equation of state (DD2) and approximate neutrino transport, but no magnetic fields. We find that low-mass NSBH mergers produce remnant disks significantly less massive than previously expected, and consistent with the postmerger outflow mass inferred from GW170817 for a moderately asymmetric mass ratio. Whether postmerger disk outflows can also explain the inferred velocity and composition of that event's ejecta is an open question that our merger simulations cannot answer at this point. The dynamical ejecta produced by systems compatible with GW170817 are negligible except if the mass ratio and black hole spin are at the edge of the allowed parameter space. The dynamical ejecta are cold, neutron-rich, and surprisingly slow for ejecta produced during the tidal disruption of a neutron star: v ∼(0.1 - 0.15 )c . We also find that the final mass of the remnant black hole is consistent with existing analytical predictions, while the final spin of that black hole is noticeably larger than expected—up to χBH=0.84 for our equal mass case.