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    Remember a time when everyone who wanted a well-equipped and good value crossover bought a Nissan Qashqai? Now the family crossover buyer has a wide range of affordable SUVs to choose from: the SEAT Ateca, Skoda Karoq, Renault Kadjar and Ford Kuga to name a few. Oh, and the Kia Sportage. Since the...
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    You might think the Porsche Macan is just a cash-in but there is a lot more to it than marketing.  For starters, it is a proper Porsche, with sports car handling provided by a physics defying body control, which gives huge amounts of grip and poise that contradicts the Macan's tall and upright styling....
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    You can’t really overstate the desirability of the XC40. Its bluff, boxy shape, angular contrasting roof is complete with a colour palette that’s so on-trend it would make Farrow and Ball proud. The interior, too, features a range of materials and finishes that make an Audi or BMW look rather unimaginative,...
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    Who’d have guessed that the highly polarising BMW X6 would start a niche. Yet here we are with the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe. It's a car cut from the same cloth - take an SUV, make it less practical, charge more for it. But the GLC Coupe is not a direct rival to the X6, rather it’s pitched squarely...
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    Very accomplished FCEV from Hyundai. Fine riding, smooth and pleasant to drive. Handles well, luxurious. Make a superb private hire car for London.
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    On sale for more than a quarter of a century, the Suzuki Vitara is arguably the original crossover SUV. Unlike 25 years ago, the Vitara now sits amongst a raft of similarly small SUVs - the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Vauxhall Mokka X to name a few. Although it's a competitive market, the...
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