Need an SUV for short runs - what should we get?

My wife is selling her Hyundai ix35 and is looking to buy a new, similar-sized petrol automatic SUV with four-wheel drive. Which ones would you suggest? Her annual mileage is about 8000 miles per year, with mostly short runs.

Asked on 26 November 2016 by Graham H

Answered by Honest John
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