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The Cupra Formentor doesn't feel as playful as the closely related Volkswagen T-Roc R, but it’s every bit as fast in its similarly priced, range-topping form, plus it handles with composure and has a much nicer interior. In addition, cheaper, less powerful versions of the Formentor offer the same sporty looks as the flagship model – something that isn’t the case with lesser T-Rocs. Just bear in mind that you can have our 2021 Sports SUV of the Year, the Ford Puma ST, for not much more than the cheapest Formentor.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Available with the two more potent engines, VZ2 trim includes all of the equipment of VZ1, plus heated, electrically adjustable front sports seats, a heated steering wheel, leather upholstery and additional driver safety aids such as semi-autonomous vehicle control in an emergency.
The engineSee full engine specs
Despite producing more than 240bhp, this plug-in hybrid feels brisk rather than thrillingly quick. However, it has the potential to save you a lot of money in fuel if you do mostly short journeys and are able to charge at home, because it can travel for up to 36 miles on battery power alone.
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