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Best cars for dog owners

Whether you've got less than Β£15,000 to spend or more than Β£50,000, there's a new car that's ideal for you if you own a dog. These are our recommendations

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Β£20,000-Β£30,000

Best buy: Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI 150 SE Technology

Price Β£24,800

Options to add Plastic boot tray (Β£165); variable boot floor (Β£150); rear bumper protector (Β£54)

Read our full Skoda Superb Estate review

Find a great deal on a Skoda Superb

Also consider:

Mazda CX-5 2.2 Skyactiv-D 150 SE-L Nav (Β£25,695) with trunk liner (Β£51.81) and boot matt with rear bumper protection (Β£40.90)

Seat Ateca 1.4 TSI 150 SE Technology (Β£23,885) with cargo separation grille (Β£171), rear bumper protective moulding (Β£126), double boot floor (Β£120) and boot tray with high walls (Β£86)


Β£30,000-Β£50,000

Best buy: Mercedes E-Class Estate E220 d SE

Price Β£37,205

Options to add Boot tub deep (Β£213.60)

Read our full Mercedes E-Class Estate review

Find a great deal on a Mercedes E-Class

Also consider:

Land Rover Discovery Sport TD4 180 HSE auto (Β£40,140) with full-height luggage partition (Β£443), loadspace liner tray (Β£164) and flexible loadspace protector (Β£131)

Volvo XC90 D4 Momentum (Β£48,655) with dog gate (Β£270) and rear bumper protection (Β£115)

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