The modelRead full review
The Kamiq is a breath of fresh air in the small SUV class. It’s bigger and classier inside than either the Seat Arona or the Volkswagen T-Cross, more comfortable and has some really clever features to help take the stresses out of modern family life. Overall, we prefer the nimbler Ford Puma's package that includes more agile handling, but that shouldn't stop the Kamiq featuring high up on your shopping list.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
SE L adds a 9.2in infotainment screen, dynamic (sweeping) indicators, power-folding door mirrors, digital dials, blind spot monitoring, keyless start, dual-zone climate control, 18in alloy wheels and privacy glass, but still isn't as lavishly equipped as some of its rivals.
The engineSee full engine specs
The Kamiq's most expensive petrol engine is worth a look if you want a bit more zip away from the lights (0-62mph takes just 8.3sec), or if you regularly carry a full load of passengers or luggage. It's also the smoothest engine in the range, and shouldn't cost you much more than the smaller petrols in fuel. Impressively, it actually emits less CO2 than the 1.0 TSI 115.
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