Every coupé SUV rated

Thinking of buying a new SUV? Here we give our verdict on all of them, from small through to luxury, plus the hybrid and electric options...

2020 Range Rover Velar P250 R-Dynamic SE

Every coupé SUV rated

Range Rover Velar

Our pick D180 S
For Great driving position; massive boot; good fuel economy; capable off road.
Against Rear leg room is only average; some hard plastics inside; sluggish infotainment
What Car? rating 5/5

Like a Barbour jacket or a Burberry scarf, the Range Rover Velar proves that combining high fashion with great functionality is by no means impossible.

Range Rover Velar - interior

Our 2020 Coupé SUV of the Year is in its element whether you’re out exploring the countryside (thanks to Land Rover off-roading DNA that’ll allow it to go places other SUVs can’t) or cutting a dash on the school run.

The interior has just as much of a wow factor, thanks to its sumptuous quality and twin central touchscreens, while a large boot makes the Velar more practical than you might expect. And if you stick to the modest D180 S model, costs stay surprisingly reasonable.

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Audi Q8

Audi Q8

Our pick 50 TDI quattro S line
For Interior is spacious, fantastically well made and very quiet; agile handling.
Against High list price; fiddly infotainment system; firm low-speed ride.
What Car? rating 4/5

BMW X6 front three quarters

Our pick xDrive30d Sport
For Interior is plush and well equipped, while handling is impressively agile.
Against Rivals are more spacious, the ride is rm and some options are pricey
What Car? rating 4/5

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Toyota C-HR

2020 toyota c-hr orange driving front cornering

Our pick 1.8 Hybrid Icon
For Agile handling; plenty of standard kit; makes a seriously cheap company car.
Against Awful infotainment system; so-so performance; rivals are more practical.
What Car? rating 3/5

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Audi Q3 Sportback

Audi Q3 Sportback front three quarters

Our pick 35 TFSI Sport
For Comfortable ride on adaptive suspension; tidy handling; well-made interior.
Against Rear head room is tight; automatic ’box is hesitant; high-spec models are pricey
What Car? rating 4/5


And the rest...

BMW X2 - 3/5
BMW X4 - 4/5
Mercedes GLC Coupé - 3/5
Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross - 2/5
Porsche Cayenne Coupé - 4/5


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