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
If you splash out for the Opera, you get 20in alloy wheels, Nappa leather, adaptive cruise control and active lane-keep assistance.
The engineSee full engine specs
The 222bhp version of the 1.6 petrol engine is quiet at idle and low revs, but doesn’t have the low-end grunt of the diesel, and can feel laboured. You’ll also need to rev it hard to get the best from it.
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