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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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Ford Focus

The new Ford Focus estate isn't exactly a 'large' estate, but it does have a useful boot. It's also a really good car, and our £25,000 budget will get you a fairly high spec Titanium model with the 2.0-litre 150PS diesel engine and six-speed manual gearbox. Standard kit includes 16-inch alloy wheels, front and rear parking sensors, navigation and ambient lighting.

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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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