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Which SUV is most comfortable for elderly people?

Could you please tell me which SUV has the best legroom and roof height for OAP's with knee problems? Looking at a Honda CR-V, its swept-back roof line makes that one unlikely; so perhaps a Skoda or Subaru?

Asked on 11 May 2013 by RS, Malmesbury

Answered by Honest John
I think you'll find the best combination of ride quality and handling in a Mazda CX-5. Even on the 'Sport' spec 225/55 R19 tyres and with just 2WD it rides, steers and sticks to the road on corners very well.
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