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    The Skoda Kodiaq is everything a family car should be. Comfortable, spacious, affordable, well-equipped, practical and safe, it’s almost impossible to pick fault with. In fact, if you’re looking for a new petrol or diesel SUV with five or seven seats, we think it’s probably the best choice you can make....
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    If you’re interested in the Bentayga then there’s a good chance you already know this is Bentley’s first ever SUV. You also probably know that Volkswagen owns Bentley, which means that the company isn’t quite starting from scratch – bits of the Bentayga are found in a raft of other SUVs, notably the...
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    The original Audi Q5 ruled the roost when it came to posh SUVs. They were - and still are - everywhere. It managed to make even the BMW X3 look like a rare breed. Exclusive it may not have been, but there was a reason so many people bought one - it was a very good SUV. Plus of course it had an Audi...
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    The second generation Volvo XC90 has a very hard act to follow. The original car went on sale in 2002 and yet, despite its age, remained popular right up until its replacement arrived. Gladly the 2015 XC90 is everything the demanding SUV driver could wish for, with impeccable refinement, the latest...
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    It's all change for this generation of the Land Rover Discovery. For starters, gone is the traditional boxy shape, replaced by a profile more akin to a Range Rover Sport. Then there's the introduction of a 2.0-litre diesel engine alongside the existing 3.0-litre. So is the Discovery going soft? After...
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    With its huge road presence and aggressive styling, the latest BMW X5 is no shrinking violet. In fact this third generation model makes even its predecessor seem like a bit of a wallflower. That big grille along with those angular headlights give it a purposeful look and there's no hiding the fact this...
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