THE HAR­RIER HAS THE MOST PLIANT RIDE, THE CX-5 PRO­VIDES THE MOST EN­GAG­ING DRIVE, WHILE THE CR-V HAS THE COMFIEST AND MOST VER­SA­TILE IN­TE­RIOR.

Torque (Singapore) - - TOYOTA HARRIER TURBO 2.0 VS MAZDA CX-5 2.5 VS HOND -

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Har­rier’s 456-litre boot is suited to haul­ing heavy items, as the metal trim and plas­tic strips help pro­tect the car’s bumper and boot lin­ing. The un­der­floor stor­age has many bins that are use­ful for or­gan­is­ing be­long­ings.

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CX-5’s 442-litre boot is the most flex­i­ble, thanks to its 40:20:40 split­fold­ing rear seats and con­ve­nient back­re­stre­lease levers. It’s also the only trunk here with a 12-volt out­let, which could be handy in an emer­gency or ex­cur­sion.

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CR-V’s 472-litre cargo ca­pac­ity (five-seater mode) is ready to haul bulky stuff. As the only ve­hi­cle here with a third row of seats for two more pas­sen­gers, it’s also the most ideal for fam­ily out­ings.

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