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The March issue of What Car? is now in shops, featuring our ultimate SUV buyer's guide, our investigation into the real costs of electric vehicle charging and much more...

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13 Feb 2020 10:00

The latest issue of What Car? is out now, and this month it's an SUV special. Whether you're looking for something small, large, sporty or luxurious, it's our ultimate guide to off-roaders and family transports. Inside, we've rated every SUV on sale today, as well as giving you the information you'll need to make an informed buying decision, including what they're like to drive, what fuel economy to expect and, crucially, how much to pay.

This month's group tests kick off with SUVs, too, with the new Mazda CX-30 taking on the Skoda Karoq and MG ZS EV. Can Mazda's keenly priced family SUV topple an electric alternative, and triumph over one of the most practical models in the market, too? It's a verdict you won't want to miss. Elsewhere, the new Hyundai i10 faces off against the Kia Picanto in a battle of the city cars, while the Audi SQ5 and Porsche Macan go head to head to determine which sports SUV best deserves your cash.

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Mazda CX-30, Skoda Karoq, MG ZS EV

Our first drives section is headed by the new Honda E, while other cars featured for the first time include:

  • Mini Electric
  • Peugeot 508 SW Hybrid
  • Smart EQ Fortwo
  • Vauxhall Grandland X Hybrid4
Honda E 2020 press pics LHD front tracking

This month's advice section features our readers' verdict on the all-new Peugeot 2008, plus we reveal the real cost of charging an electric car. We've also got company car drivers covered; you'll find a detailed explanation of all the changes being made to benefit-in-kind tax ratings in April.

In our used cars pages, we tell you everything you need to know before buying a used Hyundai i10, plus we decide whether the Range Rover Velar or Audi Q8 makes the better used buy if you're looking for a coupe-styled SUV.

There's also our upgraded data section, where we've made it easier than ever to find the facts and figures that really count when you're choosing your next car, from how much to pay to our all-important star ratings.

And, as always, #AskWhatCar answers your motoring questions and our True MPG tests reveal the fuel economy that you can really expect from a car. All this feeds into our Buyer's Guide, where we name the best cars in every class and for every budget.

The March 2020 issue of What Car? magazine is in shops now, or you can save money with print and digital subscription offers at The Magazine Shop.

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