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