Best and worst small SUVs 2018
We've rounded up the very best small SUVs on sale in the UK right now, and pointed out the ones you should avoid...
Even among these practical cars, the Renault Kadjar is notable for offering a huge amount of space inside. And it's closely related to the Nissan Qashqai under the skin, so it offers a similarly good blend of comfort and refinement.
Our pick 1.5 dCi 110 Dynamique Nav
6. Audi Q2
The Q2 is Audi's cheapest SUV, but it still feels suitably premium inside. In fact, its interior, like those in other modern Audis, is simply in a class of its own. Combine that with a strong range of petrol and diesel engines and fun driving manners, and there's a lot to like, even though it's smaller than most similarly priced rivals.
Our pick 1.4 TFSI 150 Sport
5. BMW X1
The BMW X1 is another prestige choice that makes a great family car. There are plenty of versions on offer, too, including some with four-wheel drive. Our favourite remains the front-wheel drive model, though, paired with the entry-level diesel engine. Entry-level SE trim has everything you need, including dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors and sat-nav.