WHAT CAR? SAYS

What Car? - - Comparison -

Be­fore we an­nounce the ver­dict, it’s worth men­tion­ing that each of these SUVS has a dif­fer­ent set of skills. Just be­cause your favourite didn’t win doesn’t mean you should rule it out.take the Sorento. Hefty run­ning costs, lum­ber­ing han­dling and the lack of au­to­matic emer­gency brak­ing mean it has to nish last. But it is ac­tu­ally the most prac­ti­cal car here.

In sec­ond place is the 5008.While this might be a surprise, given that it’s our favourite large SUV, this car makes far more sense at the lower end of its range. Cheaper trims bring a softer ride (due to smaller wheels) and the abil­ity to avoid the head room­rob­bing panoramic roof.

So our cham­pion in this match-up is the Tiguan. It has the least roomy third row and its in­te­rior is a bit drab, but it’s the most com­fort­able, the most en­joy­able to drive and still signi cantly more prac­ti­cal than a ve-seat SUV. It’s a nar­row vic­tory, but a win’s a win.

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