Every brand's newest SUV, and how cheaply you can buy them

From Alfa Romeo to Volvo, we take a look at the newest SUV from every car maker – plus we reveal how much you can currently save on each model...

Jeep Avenger with Target Price logo

There are many reasons why SUVs are so popular, but it's largely because they offer a lot of what new car buyers are looking for. Whether that's a high driving position to give a good view of the road, a feeling of safety, or a practical, spacious interior for hauling around a family, you'll find an SUV that has it covered. 

It's easy to understand why they've become so fashionable; it seems everybody wants a small SUV, a luxury SUV, or even a sports SUV.

In this feature, we name the newest SUV in every brand's line-up, with each car being categorised by what we've driven most recently. Where applicable, we'll also show you how much our Target Price deals can save you if you purchase one using our free What Car? New Car Buying service.

In each case, you can follow the review and deals links to find out more about the car.

Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo Tonale front

Model Tonale | Version 1.5 MHEV Ti | List price £40,020 | Target Price £38,363 | Target PCP £373 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

Alfa Romeo's newest SUV is the Tonale; it's a premium family SUV that competes against the likes of the Volvo XC40 and the Range Rover Evoque. With its sharp handling, it's good fun to drive, but rivals are more practical and have smarter interiors.

Read our full Alfa Romeo Tonale review or see new Alfa Romeo Tonale deals >>

Aston Martin

New Aston Martin DBX 707 front cornering

Model DBX | Version V8 DBX707 | List price £197,160 | Target Price £197,160 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Last year, Aston Martin launched a new high-performance variant of its DBX SUV, known as the DBX707. It features the same 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine (sourced from Mercedes-AMG) as the standard car, but its power has been lifted to a staggering 697bhp. That means it can blitz from 0-62mph in a supercar-quick 3.3sec, while also being very sharp to drive.

Read our full Aston Martin DBX review or see new Aston Martin DBX deals >>


Audi Q8 e-tron front cornering

Model Q8 e-tron | Version 55 Quattro Sport | List price £79,400 | Target Price £74,679 | Target PCP £894 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Audi's biggest electric SUV has recently been updated and now wears the Q8 e-tron name. As before, it's one of the most comfortable and luxurious electric SUVs out there, and it now has a bigger battery option and a longer range between charges.

Read our full Audi Q8 e-tron review or see new Audi Q8 e-tron deals >>


Bentley Bentayga EWB 2022 front

Model Bentayga | Version 4.0 V8 EWB | List price £191,460 | Target Price £191,460 | Target PCP NA | Star Rating 4

The Bentley Bentayga in EWB long-wheelbase form is the newest version of the firm's luxury SUV. And whether you're in the driver's seat or relaxing as a passenger, it seriously impresses, particularly compared with rivals such as the Aston Martin DBX and Lamborghini Urus. That's all thanks to its beautiful, spacious interior, well-tuned suspension and powerful 4.0-litre V8 engine.

Read our full Bentley Bentayga review or see new Bentley Bentayga deals >>


White BMW X7 front cornering

Model X7 | Version xDrive40d MHT M Sport | List price £89,405 | Target Price £86,362 | Target PCP £1045 | What Car? rating 5 stars out of 5

The X7 has recently been updated with tweaked styling, new mild hybrid engines and upgraded interior technology. However, BMW hasn't messed with the recipe too much, because it remains incredibly luxurious – and that's largely thanks to its vast interior. Indeed, even those in the third row of seats will be comfortable. Our favourite version is the xDrive40d in M Sport trim, the former of which provides surprisingly good fuel economy.

Read our full BMW X7 review or see new BMW X7 deals >>


BYD Atto 3 front cornering

Model Atto 3 | Version Comfort | List price £37,695 | Target Price £37,6955 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

BYD (short for Build Your Dreams) is a Chinese car company that has recently launched in Europe with a new electric SUV – the Atto 3. While it's far from groundbreaking in any area (for example, it's not that quick to charge), it's a competent offering that has a smart interior and tidy driving manners.

Read our full BYD Atto 3 review or see new BYD Atto 3 deals >>


Citroen e-C4 X front right tracking

Model e-C4 X | Version You | List price £32,195 | Target Price £31,018 | Target PCP £332 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

The Citroën e-C4 X is rather unique, because it's a saloon version of the fully electric e-C4 coupé SUV. You might think that its saloon shape brings disadvantages, but it actually has a bigger boot than its sibling, and its only a fraction more expensive to buy. Elsewhere, it gets an upgraded infotainment system and more kit as standard.

Read our full Citroën e-C4 X review or see new Citroën e-C4 X deals >>


Cupra Formentor front cornering

Model Formentor | Version 1.5 TSI 150 V1 | List price £31,300 | Target Price £29,990 | Target PCP £315 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The Cupra Formentor is essentially a sportier, coupé version of the Seat Ateca. And despite its sloping roofline, it'll still seat four tall adults comfortably while retaining a decent level of practicality. Being a Cupra (Seat's sporty sister brand) it also handles well, and if you stick with our favourite 1.5 TSI V1 version, it's hardly expensive and yet very well equipped.

Read our full Cupra Formentor review or see new Cupra Formentor deals >>


Dacia Duster front right driving

Model Duster | Version 1.3 TCe 130 Expression | List price £19,695 | Target Price £19,460 | Target PCP £235 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

Dacia has recently adopted a new look for its cars, and the Duster has been updated with a new logo and grille design to suit. But other than these visual tweaks, the car follows the same format as ever; it's still a practical SUV that's incredibly good value, albeit slightly flawed in the quality and handling department. However, that's the price you pay for a car that undercuts all of its family SUV rivals to buy outright.

Read our full Dacia Duster review or see new Dacia Duster deals >>


DS 3 E-Tense front cornering

Model DS 3 | Version E-Tense Performance Line + | List price £39,200 | Target Price £39,200 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

If you're after an electric SUV with an eye-catching design and a smart interior, the DS 3 E-Tense is a decent option. We think it makes the most sense in Performance Line + trim, which comes with a 10.3in infotainment screen, keyless entry and 18in alloy wheels. It's worth noting that rivals such as the Smart #1 and Kia Niro EV can travel farther between charges.

Read our full DS 3 review or see new DS 3 deals >>


Ferrari Purosangue front tracking in snow

Model Purosangue | Version 6.5 V12 | List price £313,120 | Target Price £313,120 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The idea of a Ferrari SUV would have been unthinkable a few years ago, but that all changes with the Purosangue, although isn't labelled as such – Ferrari doesn't like the term 'SUV'. The Purosangue is the first five-door production car Ferrari has ever produced – and the most practical. Naturally, it's sportily set up, with a bespoke aluminium structure, adaptive suspension and a spectacular 715bhp 6.5-litre V12, all of which combine to make it one of the most engaging (and expensive) SUVs you can buy.

Read our review of the Ferrari Purosangue >>


Fiat 600e front left driving

Model 600e | Version La Prima | List price £36,995 | Target Price £36,995 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

It may have distinctive styling, but beneath the surface the Fiat 600e is very closely related to the Jeep Avenger and Peugeot e-2008. Like those cars, it's comfortable and competitively priced, plus it has a good official range. Charging speeds are also decent: a 10-80% charge takes around 27 minutes with a suitably powerful charging point, which is quicker than the Hyundai Kona Electric and MG ZS EV.

Read our full Fiat 600e review >>


Ford Puma ST Powershift front cornering

Model Puma ST | Version 1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid mHEV ST | List price £31,760 | Target Price £29,874 | Target PCP £294 | What Car? rating 5 stars out of 5

Ford has recently added a 168bhp 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine to the Ford Puma ST line-up. And unlike the 198bhp 1.5-litre engine, it uses an automatic gearbox to shift through the gears. On paper, factors such as the improved fuel economy and lower CO2 emission appeal, but the 1.5-litre version is more fun to drive. 

Read our full Ford Puma ST review or see new Ford Puma ST deals >>


Genesis Electrified GV70 front

Model GV60 | Version Sport | List price £65,105 | Target Price £65,105 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The Electrified GV70 is the latest model to be launched by Genesis – Hyundai Group's luxury arm. Essentially an electric version of the combustion-powered GV70, and the 'Electrified' model is a much more refined (and quicker) alternative. It now sits alongside the other electric cars in the firm's line-up, including the Electrified G80 and GV60.

Read our full Genesis Electrified GV70 review or see new Genesis Electrified GV70 deals >>


Honda e:Ny1 front right driving

Model e:Ny1 | Version Elegance | List price £44,995 | Target Price £44,995 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

With very similar looks, you might think that the e:Ny1 is closely related to the Honda HR-V family SUV. However, beneath the surface the two cars a very different, most notably because the e:Ny1 is fully electric. Indeed, it comes with a single, front-mounted electric motor and a 62kWh (usable) battery, which means it can travel 256 miles officially between full charges. That's similar to what the Jeep Avenger and Smart #1 can achieve. However, it can't charge as quickly as those cars.

Read our full Honda e:Ny1 review or see new Honda e:Ny1 deals >>


Hyundai Kona Electric front right driving

Model Kona Electric | Version 65kWh Advance | List price £38,595 | Target Price £37,839 | Target PCP £368 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

With its funky RoboCop-esque looks, the new Kona Electric has a vastly different design to the car that came before it. Not only that, but it's slightly bigger than before, so it's much more spacious inside. Range is up too, and with the larger battery (our recommended option) it can now travel 319 miles officially. That's more than the Kia Niro EV and Smart #1 can manage. 

Read our full Hyundai Kona Electric review or see new Hyundai Kona Electric deals >>


Ineos Grenadier front cornering

Model Grenadier | Version 3.0T Trailmaster Edition | List price £79,140 | Target Price £79,140 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 2 stars out of 5

The Grenadier has an interesting backstory, because not only is it named after a pub, but it's also the brainchild of billionaire businessman Jim Ratcliffe. Inspired by the Land Rover Defender, the Grenadier is designed to be very capable off-road. So, this means you get permanent four-wheel drive, locking differentials and a 800mm wading depth. However, this mud-plugging ability does come at the cost of comfort and on-road driving manners.

Read our full Ineos Grenadie review or see new Ineos Grenadier deals >>


2023 Jaguar I-Pace front cornering

Model I-Pace | Version EV400 R-Dynamic SE Black | List price £73,495 | Target Price £69,120 | Target PCP £635 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Jaguar's only electric car – the I-Pace – has recently been revised, with the most significant updates being a new blanked-off grille and a new set of trim levels. Our favourite is R-Dynamic SE Black, which comes with sportier looks, a powered tailgate and heated and electrically adjustable front seats. In other areas it remains largely unchanged.

Read our full Jaguar I-Pace review or see new Jaguar I-Pace deals >>


Yellow Jeep Avenger front cornering

Model Avenger | Version Altitude | List price £37,400 | Target Price £36,850 | Target PCP £502 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The Avenger is slighty different to Jeeps that have come before it, and that's largely because it's fully electric. In terms of its size, it's also a lot smaller than most cars in the Jeep line-up; it's a sister model to the Renegade family SUV. Thankfully, it's a lot better to drive than that car, and it also has a longer range than other similarly-sized electric SUVs – including the Peugeot e-2008.

Read our full Jeep Avenger review or see new Jeep Avenger deals >> 


Kia EV6 GT 2022 front cornering

Model EV6 GT | Version AWD Dual Motor GT | List price £62,645 | Target Price £61,562 | Target PCP £721 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The stats for the Kia EV6 GT – 577bhp, 162mph, 0-62mph in 3.5 seconds – sound like the numbers for something very exotic. However, these are stats for the hottest version of our 2022 Car of the Year, the Kia EV6 – a very practical machine. In other words, Kia has taken our favourite electric SUV and turned it into a performance car. But while it delivers truly exhilarating performance while retaining its practicality, it is very expensive and prefers straight roads to twisty ones.

Read our full Kia EV6 GT review or see new Kia EV6 GT deals >>


Lamborghini Urus front right tracking

Model Urus | Version 4.0T FSI V8 S | List price £185,511 | Target Price £185,511 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The Urus is Lamborghini's only SUV, competing with models from rival luxury brands, such as Bentley, Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce. And despite being outrageously fast and fun to drive, it's also surprisingly spacious and comfortable – even on 22in wheels. In fact, it's practical enough to use everyday, and that's not something that can be said for most Lamborghinis.

Read our full Lamborghini Urus review or see new Lamborghini Urus deals >>

Land Rover

Land Rover Defender 130 front cornering

Model Defender 130 | Version 3.0 D300 HSE [8 Seat] | List price £80,585 | Target Price £80,585 | Target PCP £943 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

As with the original model, the Land Rover Defender is available in three configurations – a three-door 90, a five-door 110 and a long-wheelbase 130. In this instance, the latter is the newest SUV to join the Land Rover ranks. But unlike the original Defender 130 (which was a long-wheelbase pick-up truck), this version keeps its roof and utilises its extra length for some additional boot space and the option of eight seats (rather than seven in the 110).

Read our full Land Rover Defender review or see new Land Rover Defender deals >>


Lexus RZ front cornering

Model RZ | Version 450e RZ Premium Pack Plus | List price £68,500 | Target Price £66,302 | Target PCP £744 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The RZ is quite an important car for Lexus, because it's the Japanese brand's first bespoke electric car. We say 'bespoke' here because the RZ has been designed to be electric from the ground up, whereas the UX300e is an electric version of the UX hybrid. On the face of it it's a good electric SUV that's quiet, comfortable and practical. It's worth noting, though, that the Genesis GV60 and Tesla Model Y can travel farther between charges.

Read our full Lexus RZ review or see new Lexus RZ deals >>


Model Grecale | Version MHEV GT | List price £63,970 | Target Price £63,970 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

Maserati is going through a period of renaissance and has recently launched an array of new models. One of which is the Grecale sports SUV, which is a rival for the BMW X3 and Porsche Macan. It's a compelling alternative to those cars, with capable handling, a spacious interior and a luxurious feel. However, the Macan still beats it in all of those areas.

Read our full Maserati Grecale review or see new Maserati Grecale deals >>


Mazda MX-30 R-EV front action

Model MX-30 R-EV | Version R-EV Prime Line | List price £31,250 | Target Price £30,314 | Target PCP £338 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

What does the Mazda MX-30 R-EV have in common with the old RX-8 sports car? Well, a couple of things actually, because it has rear doors that open backwards and a rotary engine (which is much smaller and higher-revving than a normal engine). However, the R-EV isn't powered solely by the engine, because it's a range-extender hybrid. This means that an electric motor powers the wheels, and the engine charges the battery to give it a longer range than the fully electric MX-30. 

Read our full Mazda MX-30 review or see new Mazda MX-30 deals >>


Mercedes EQS SUV front left driving

Model EQS SUV | Version EQS 450 4Matic AMG Line | List price £129,470 | Target Price £129,470 | Target PCP £971 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The EQS SUV does exactly what is says on the tin, because it's an SUV version of the EQS luxury car. Indeed, this means that it's the German brand's flagship electric SUV. And as you would expect, it feels very luxurious with its comfortable ride, impressive refinement and lengthy range. However, it is quite expensive, plus the interior finish could be better for the money.

Read our full Mercedes EQS SUV review or see new Mercedes EQS SUV deals >>


2023 MG HS front tracking

Model HS | Version 1.5 T-GDi SE | List price £23,495 | Target Price £23,271 | Target PCP £284 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The MG HS is a hugely popular family SUV, which is largely a result of its keen pricing. So, to help it stay relevant, MG has given it a refresh with a tweaked exterior design. In other areas, such as the interior, it's very similar to the outgoing model, but that's no bad thing because it's a decent all-rounder. All cars come well equipped, with SE trim giving you LED headlights, keyless entry and automatic wipers as standard. 

Read our full MG HS review or see new MG HS deals >>


Mini Countryman best used hybrid small SUV front

Model Countryman | Version 1.5 Cooper Classic | List price £29,335 | Target Price £29,335 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

The Countryman is quite long in the tooth, but it's still Mini's newest SUV – in fact, it's the only SUV Mini currently makes. While it offers a beautifully finished interior and an excellent infotainment system, many rivals are cheaper and better equipped (especially the Ford Puma, which is also much more fun to drive). It's worth noting, though, that an all-new third-generation Countryman is due to arrive next year.

Read our full Mini Countryman review or see new Mini Countryman deals >>


Nissan X-Trail front

Model X-Trail | Version 1.5 e-Power 204 N-Connecta | List price £39,790 | Target Price £37,118 | Target PCP £385 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Nissan now makes a wide range of SUVs, including the X-Trail 7-seater. While it's not quite as well-rounded as the Hyundai Santa Fe, it's a spacious, comfortable and quiet cruiser. The e-Power hybrid system also brings smooth driving manners, although it's not that impressive when it comes to fuel economy. N-Connecta trim is our favourite, and comes with a 12.3in digital driver's display, keyless entry and wireless phone-charging as standard. 

Read our full Nissan X-Trail review or see new Nissan X-Trail deals >>


Red Peugeot 2008 front right driving

Model 2008 | Version 1.2 PureTech 130 Allure | List price £27,370 | Target Price £25,274 | Target PCP £275 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The Peugeot 2008 has always been a solid choice in the small SUV class. And following a recent update, it remains as such. It has a classy interior, punchy engines and a generous equipment list. Go with the PureTech 130 in Allure trim for the best compromise on value and standard equipment. That said, the Ford Puma and Volkswagen T-Roc are still better all-rounders.

Read our full Peugeot 2008 review or see new Peugeot 2008 deals >>


White Porsche Cayenne front cornering

Model Cayenne | Version Cayenne S | List price £87,060 | Target Price £87,060 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 5 stars out of 5

The third-generation Porsche Cayenne has been heavily updated for 2023. We say heavily, because it gets a new interior, various chassis tweaks (for improved handling and ride comfort) and a power boost. Being the final generation of Cayenne to be offered with an internal combustion engine, we'd recommend going for the Cayenne S; it gets a monstrous 4.0-litre V8 petrol engine with a colossal 468bhp.

Read our full Porsche Cayenne review or see new Porsche Cayenne deals >>


Renault Austral front cornering

Model Austral | Version 1.2 E-Tech FHEV Techno | List price £34,695 | Target Price £32,585 | Target PCP £340 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

Renault's newest SUV is the Austral – a hybrid-only replacement for the Kadjar family SUV. With its hybrid engine set-up, it's an efficient entry to the class that includes a smart, tech-filled interior and a decent ride. It's worth noting, though, that the Kia Sportage trounces it in almost every area – especially when it comes to space and practicality.

Read our full Renault Austral review or see new Renault Austral deals >>


Rolls-Royce Cullinan front cornering

Model Cullinan | Version 6.5 V12 Cullinan | List price £315,460 | Target Price £315,460 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

If the Rolls-Royce Cullinan is on your shopping list, you're probably not too worried about running costs or price. That's fortunate, because the Cullinan luxury SUV is extremely expensive to buy and run. What it does offer, though, is effortless performance, superb refinement and a wonderfully opulent interior.

Read our full Rolls-Royce Cullinan review or see new Rolls-Royce Cullinan deals >>


Seat Arona front cornering

Model Arona | Version 1.0 TSI SE Technology | List price £23,515 | Target Price £20,585 | Target PCP £255 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Along with the Seat Ibiza, the Seat Arona has just received a mild update and remains a great choice in the small SUV category. It undercuts many of its rivals on price, plus it has good space inside for most people and it's one of the more enjoyable cars to drive in its class. 

Read our full Seat Arona review or see new Seat Arona deals >>


Skoda Enyaq Coupé front cornering

Model Enyaq Coupé iV | Version iV 80| List price £44,825 | Target Price £44,825 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

The standard Skoda Enyaq iV is one of our favourite electric cars, but if a sporty aesthetic is more your thing, the new Enyaq Coupé iV could be a better alternative. It combines practicality, decent range and ample levels of power with a new-found sense of style. Despite its looks (and the vRS name), though, it's still not that much fun to drive.

Read our full Skoda Enyaq Coupé review or see new Skoda Enyaq Coupé deals >>


Ssangyong Rexton 2021 front

Model Rexton | Version 2.2 Ventura | List price £39,500 | Target Price £39,500 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 2 stars out of 5

Ssangyong's newest SUV is the Rexton, and it's a great workhorse that's ideal for towing with. Elsewhere, it's well priced and comes with lots of kit, but poor handling and an overly firm ride make it difficult to recommend compared with much better alternatives.

Read our full Ssangyong Rexton review or see new Ssangyong Rexton deals >>


Subaru Solterra front cornering

Model Solterra | Version Limited | List price £52,495 | Target Price £51,717 | Target PCP £569 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

The Solterra is Subaru's first electric car, and is very closely related to the Toyota bZ4X. Despite being more expensive than its sibling, it is refined, comfortable and surprisingly good off road (but then again, so is the bZ4X in four-wheel drive form).

Read our full Subaru Solterra review or see new Subaru Solterra deals >>


Suzuki Vitara 2022 front right tracking

Model Vitara | Version 1.4 BoosterJet 48V Hybrid SZ-T | List price £24,249 | Target Price £21,146 | Target PCP £248 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

There are more upmarket small SUVs, but the Suzuki Vitara is one of the most spacious and is great value for money. Even the entry-level model gets plenty of kit, and its mild-hybrid technology helps to keep running costs down. However, similarly priced rivals are better to drive and feel more upmarket inside.

Read our full Suzuki Vitara review or see new Suzuki Vitara deals >>


Tesla Model Y 2024 driving

Model Model Y | Version RWD | List price £44,990 | Target Price £44,990 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Tesla recently added a new entry-level version to the Model Y line-up, called the RWD. And despite being the cheapest version, it can still travel an impressive 283 miles if you opt for 19in wheels, or 267 miles on 20in wheels (officially). But whichever model you go for, the Y is a great electric SUV in fields such as performance, practicality and residuals.

Read our full Tesla Model Y review or see new Tesla Model Y deals >>


New Toyota bZ4x front cornering

Model bZ4X | Version Motion | List price £49,910 | Target Price £49,910 | Target PCP NA | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

Toyota was early into the electrification game, launching the Toyota Prius more than 20 years ago, yet the new-for-2022 bZ4X is Toyota's first fully electric car, and it's a fine all-rounder that's great to drive and very spacious. Our preferred version is the 150kW front-wheel-drive model, which can travel 317 miles on a single charge according to official tests.

Read our full Toyota bZ4X review or see new Toyota bZ4X deals >>


Vauxhall Grandland GSe front right driving

Model Grandland | Version 1.6 Hybrid 4X4 GSe | List price £43,700 | Target Price £43,700 | Target PCP £340 | What Car? rating 2 stars out of 5

Vauxhall has recently launched a new performance sub-brand called GSe, and it's a badge that now graces the most powerful version of the Grandland family SUV. Combining a 1.6-litre turbocharged engine with an electric motor and battery, the plug-in hybrid system produces 286bhp. Despite offering quick straight line performance, it is very expensive – especially when you compare it with other plug-in hybrid family SUVs.

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Volkswagen ID 5 front cornering

Model ID 5 | Version Pro Performance Style | List price £52,185 | Target Price £51,027 | Target PCP £580 | What Car? rating 3 stars out of 5

The Volkswagen ID 5 comes with plenty of kit, a decent range and an excellent safety score. However, rivals including the Genesis GV60Kia EV6 and Volvo C40 Recharge are faster, smarter inside, have much better infotainment systems and take less time to charge.

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Volvo C40 Recharge front cornering

Model C40 Recharge | Version 67kWh Recharge Plus | List price £53,905 | Target Price £53,305 | Target PCP £650 | What Car? rating 4 stars out of 5

If you’re sold on the looks and can accept the practicality penalties of the coupé-styled Volvo C40 Recharge, it stacks up well compared with its immediate competition, especially on performance. It’s also a refined and pleasant electric car to drive, justifying its premium billing. However, the regular Volvo XC40 Recharge is cheaper and offers similar performance.

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