I need a small SUV to accommodate my dogs, what would you suggest?

I need a small SUV with large boot for three dogs and a low lip for ease of getting dogs in for £5000-£6000, what would you suggest?

Asked on 29 December 2023 by Janet Thomas

Answered by David Ross
The size of the boot will be somewhat determined by the overall size of the vehicle, so it is a matter of choosing one that is big enough to accommodate your dogs but small enough for your requirements.

We would suggest looking at cars such as the Honda CR-V, Hyundai ix35 or Kia Sportage which are within your budget. If these SUVs are too large, you may wish to consider looking at small estate cars such as the Skoda Fabia or Dacia Logan.
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