Can you suggest an automatic car that handles potholes well?

Due to a painful left knee, I need an automatic car. I currently drive a Kia Venga and I like the high driving position, although my husband says it’s too harsh over bumps, potholes etc. Can you suggest any cars, please? I have approximately £10,000 and the resale value on my 2010 Venga. Kind regards.

Asked on 10 November 2020 by Sal

Answered by Andrew Brady
We'd recommend a Citroen C3 Aircross. It's a crossover SUV with a soft, comfortable ride and reliable torque-converter automatic gearbox. Also, consider a Suzuki Vitara or, if you don't want a crossover SUV, a Honda Jazz.
Similar questions
We wish to replace both our cars in retirement for used models preferably with auto boxes. We desire a chain cam engine with some punch and comfortable seats for long occasional long distance 500 mile...
Advice on a small auto through Motability. I was thinking of Fiat this time or Mitsubishi.
I have a Yaris Semi Automatic and hate the lurching effect. I had decided to buy the new Jazz and now discover from the article in last week's Motoring that they are adopting the same semi auto. So now...
Related models
Spacious back seats and wide-opening doors. Easy to drive and park. Good visibility. Decent boot capacity.
Unrivalled practicality and versatility. Plenty of room for four adults to travel in comfort. Surprisingly fun to drive, especially 1.5iVTEC Sport model.
Very good to drive and comfortable. Lots of interior space. Five star Euro NCAP rating. Relatively economical. Excellent 1.0 BoosterJet engines.
Very spacious with a flexible cabin. Soft ride quality means it's mostly comfy. Interesting looks.

Value my car