Citroën Grand C4 Picasso (January 2014)
Seven-seat MPV gets more practicality and efficiency.
Audi RS Q3 (January 2014)
Evoque rival gets 306bhp engine and four-wheel drive.
Ford Ecosport (spring 2014)
Fiesta-based SUV will get a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine.
Jeep Cherokee (early 2014)
Freelander rival will borrow Fiat diesel engine to boost UK sales.
Skoda Yeti (January 2014)
Family favourite gets a face-lift, plus more standard equipment.
Ssangyong Korando (early 2014)
Bigger than the current model, but likely to get same engine line-up and two- or four-wheel drive.
BMW X4 (spring 2014)
Expect ‘son of X6’ to cost around £3k more than equivalent X3s.
BMW X5 (November 2013)
All-new model offers four-cylinder diesel engines and two-wheel drive.
Land Rover Discovery (November 2013)
Face-lifted model gets better fuel economy and more equipment.
Nissan X-Trail (July 2014)
More stylish than current car; available as five- or seven-seater with two- or four-wheel drive.
Ssangyong Rexton W (December 2013)
Budget seven-seat off-roader gets 2.0-litre diesel engine.
Toyota Land Cruiser (December 2013)
Seven-seat SUV gets a face-lift and revised dashboard design.