Good size, wrong shape

Sure, it has the badge but wouldn’t you re­ally rather drive an SUV?

Herald Sun - Motoring - - Road Test -

more flex­i­ble seat ar­range­ment, per­haps as in Skoda’s Yeti.

TECH­NOL­OGY

The high­light is also the low­light. The B180 des­ig­na­tion be­lies the wagon’s techno-rich 1.6-litre turbo petrol engine, crank­ing out a mod­est 90kW/ 200Nm de­spite us­ing the more ex­pen­sive 95RON fuel. It has di­rect in­jec­tion, vari­able valve tim­ing, three driv­ing modes and a stop-start sys­tem.

It drives the front wheels through a neat seven-speed

Wor­thy: The B180 is com­mend­able but hardly ex­cit­ing — ex­cept when the driver con­fuses the col­umn stalks

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