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Top 10: Large estates for £25,000

The estate has been somewhat forgotten in the rush for SUVs and crossovers but there are still plenty of options if you’ve got around £25,000 to spend. Here is our run-down of the best.

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Toyota Corolla Touring Sports

With up to 598 litres of luggage space with the rear seats left up (depending on spec), the Toyota Corolla Touring Sports isn't the most practical estate car to feature here. It'll be reliable and cheap to run, though, and our £25,000 budget will almost stretch to a 1.8-litre hybrid in Icon trim.

Read the full Toyota Corolla Touring Sports review


Peter McGuire    on 26 February 2018

Here in N. America / Canada decent estates are like hen's teeth, pricey Germans and Swedes being the exceptions. Force fed a diet of blobby SUV's, CUV's and Crossovers (Nissan Joke anyone?) I am most envious of the selection available across the pond.

Edited by Peter McGuire on 26/02/2018 at 15:14

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