Small SUVS

Want chunky looks and a raised driv­ing po­si­tion but don’t want a big car? These mod­els have you cov­ered

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1 Kia Stonic 1.0 T-GDI 2 List price £17,200 Tar­get Price £16,176 Sav­ing £1024

Kia’s Nis­san Juke ri­val comes with the re­as­sur­ance of a seven-year war­ranty, and 2 trim give you au­to­matic lights and wipers, cruise con­trol and a 7.0in in­fo­tain­ment screen with DAB and Blue­tooth.

2 Audi Q2 1.4 TFSI 150 Sport List price £25,215 Tar­get Price £23,753 Sav­ing £1462

It may be Audi’s small­est and cheapest SUV yet, but the Q2 still has the sort of classy in­te­rior we’ve come to ex­pect from the brand.you can also ex­pect com­posed han­dling, pre­cise steer­ing and im­pres­sive re ne­ment.

3 Volk­swa­gen T-roc 1.0 TSI De­sign List price £21,320 Tar­get Price £20,500 Sav­ing £820

Volk­swa­gen was quite late to the small SUV party, but the T-roc stands out from the crowd thanks to its coupe-liké looks and spa­cious in­te­rior. this is our rec­om­mended ver­sion, pow­ered by a gutsy 1.0-litre turbo petrol en­gine.

4 Seat Arona 1.0 TSI SE Tech­nol­ogy List price £17,830 Tar­get Price £16,214 Sav­ing £1616

The Arona is our reign­ing Small SUV of the Year, due to the fact that it’s well priced, bet­ter to drive than any of its ri­vals and roomier and more prac­ti­cal than most.

5 Suzuki Vi­tara 1.6 SZ-T List price £19,999 Tar­get Price £19,277 Sav­ing £722

The Vi­tara rep­re­sents ne value for money, thanks to its high equip­ment lev­els and spa­cious in­te­rior. this 1.6-litre petrol en­gine should cost peanuts to run, too; it per­formed very well in our True MPG tests.

‘The Vi­tara is ne value for money, be­ing well equipped and spa­cious’

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