The modelRead full review
A well-equipped, reasonably comfortable and practical large SUV. Its pricing is a little too close to that of established rivals, though, and interior quality is questionable against the likes of our preferred choice in this class, the Audi Q5.
The trimSee full equipment
The entry-level trim includes 19in wheels, rear curtain airbags and an aluminium footrest. There's also a 12.0in touchscreen, sat-nav and sporty styling touches inside and out.
The engineSee full engine specs
Another version we’re yet to try, but its 8.9sec sprint from 0-62mph suggests it’ll be a better performer on the motorway than the smaller 1.2 PureTech.
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