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Britain?s biggest and best car buyer?s guide February 2018
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February 2018
COMPARISONS
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50 Audi Q5 vs BMW X3 vs
Land Rover Discovery Sport
The new X3 must be brilliant in all
areas if it?s to overthrow the Q5 as
king of the premium large SUV class
62 Seat Ibiza vs Volkswagen Polo
Same underpinnings and same engines
but slightly different ways of doing things
66 Audi Q2 vs Mini Countryman
vs Volkswagen T-Roc
Is Volkswagen?s funky new baby SUV
all it?s cracked up to be?
72 Renault Koleos vs Mazda CX-5
For �k, you can?t get a better large
SUV than the latest CX-5. Or can you?
FIRST DRIVES
NEWS
OUR CARS
24 Jaguar E-Pace
Is this SUV as good as the larger F-Pace?
78 Nissan Qashqai
We take delivery of this facelifted SUV
28 Volvo XC40
Premium small SUV prioritises practicality
81 Skoda Kodiaq
SUV takes us on a family holiday to Ireland
31 BMW M5
5 Series-based super-saloon gets 592bhp
and, for the first time, four-wheel drive
83 Renault Sc閚ic, Peugeot 3008
Victor of visibility and a case of old vs new
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36 Diesel tax hikes from April 2018
Private buyers and company drivers hit
USED CARS
84 Seat Leon buying guide
Forget the Ford Focus; here?s the plush,
practical and sporty-driving Seat Leon
38 Deals of the month
Including �07 off the BMW 520d SE
ADVICE
42 Reader Test Team
Evaluating the new Nissan Leaf
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33 DS 7 Crossback, Bentley Continental GT
Arty Audi Q5 rival and new luxury coup�
44 How to spec a Volkswagen Golf
Get the best out of VW?s family hatchback
35 Volkswagen Golf SV
New engines and tech for compact MPV
46 #AskWhatCar
Your motoring questions answered
BEST NEW CARS 2018
115 Every variant of every
model, plus key info and
our all-important star ratings
13 Small SUVs
Deluge includes models from Audi, BMW,
Citro雗, Dacia, Skoda, Volkswagen, Volvo...
18 Large and luxury SUVs
From Seat and Skoda to Lamborghini and
Porsche, there?s a new high-rider for all
22 Electric and hybrid cars
New era for Audi, Jaguar and Range Rover
93 We reveal your best bets
for every type of new car and
every size of budget
DATA
11 Small cars
Audi A1, Volkswagen Polo and lots more
16 Coup閟, convertibles and sports cars
BMW Z4 returns and new Ford Fiesta ST
BUYER?S GUIDE
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8 Family cars
From Ford Focus to Mercedes A-Class
86 BMW i3 vs Volkswagen e-Golf
Which of these sub-�k electric
hatchbacks is the brighter spark?
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Family cars
BEST
NEW
CARS
2018
JULY
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Are you thinking of buying a new car
but worried something better might be
about to go on sale? Then you need to read
this guide. Within, you can find out about
new cars of every type, what?s special about
them and when they?ll arrive?
Ford Focus
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Lighter, more spacious Focus
will take the fight to the Golf
and Astra with new engines
and a more usable interior
Darren Moss
Darren.Moss@haymarket.com
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BEST NEW CARS 2018
Focus will display a likeness
to the latest Fiesta and have
Ford?s ?trapezoidal? grille
EVEN THOUGH IT consistently ranks among
the top-selling new cars in the UK, the current
Ford Focus lags behind its key rivals ? which
include the similarly big-selling Volkswagen
Golf and Vauxhall Astra ? in several key areas,
including interior quality and practicality.
The new, fourth-generation Focus will look to
address both of those issues, while also giving
drivers more choice and more technology ?
all without raising its price too high.
The new five-door family hatchback will
be no longer or taller than the current Focus
but will have more space between its axles,
creating more room inside for passengers
and luggage. The car will also be more
aerodynamic and up to 50kg lighter than
before, which should give a welcome boost
to fuel economy.
There?ll be more engine options than ever
before, but Ford?s now-staple turbocharged
1.0-litre Ecoboost petrol will be at the core
of the range, offered in three states of tune.
Drivers doing enough miles to justify a diesel
will have 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre options to
choose from. The big news, though, will be
an all-electric Focus with a range of at least
120 miles. There won?t be a hybrid option, but
ST-Line and ST versions will be offered for those
seeking better performance and handling.
As well as its hatchback and estate models,
Ford will launch a new Active version of the
Focus, taking cues from the new Fiesta Active
model (see p12). This rugged version of the
Focus will be geared towards families who
want a high-riding car but don?t want an
SUV, and there?ll be the option of four-wheel
drive on some models to back up the car?s
?go-anywhere? looks.
Inside, the cluttered interior of the current
Focus will be replaced by a cleaner layout
with a new touchscreen infotainment system
at its centre.
Official prices are a way off for now, but
given that the current Focus is already more
expensive than both of its key rivals, starting
at �,195, Ford won?t want to raise its prices
too much. PCP finance deals, however, should
stay more closely matched.
?The Focus Active will have a four-wheel drive
option to back up its go-anywhere looks?
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Family cars
SUMMER
Interior is redesigned,
with lots of new tech
and ?turbine? air vents
Mercedes
A-Class
The most advanced A-Class
yet will offer more interior
space, more in-car tech and
a new plug-in hybrid option
Darren Moss
Darren.Moss@haymarket.com
THE OUTGOING A-CLASS lags behind its
rivals, the Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series, in
nearly every area, so this fourth-generation
model has plenty of catching up to do.
It will have more space between its axles
than before, making more space inside;
rear leg room is a real issue with the current
A-Class, so expect Mercedes to pay extra
attention to that.A bigger boot is also likely.
Inside, there?s a new dashboard layout
featuring a fully digital instrument display
with similar functionality to Audi?s Virtual
Cockpit, putting key information in front of
the driver.The latest version of Mercedes?
Comand infotainment system is also
present, while the steering wheel has
touchpads in place of some buttons.
Buyers will be able to choose from a new
range of petrol and diesel engines, as well
as a plug-in hybrid model, which pairs a
1.4-litre petrol engine with an electric motor.
This should be able to drive for up to 31
miles on electric power alone.
Prices have yet to be revealed, but a rise
over the current A-Class?s starting price of
�,715 is expected.
AUTUMN
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?Inside, there?s a
new dashboard
layout featuring
a fully digital
instrument display?
A-Class will get a sportier look in line with bigger Mercs
AUTUMN
MARCH
Hyundai i30 Fastback Kia Cee?d
Honda Civic diesel
Hyundai is taking on the Audi A3 Saloon and
Mazda 3 Fastback with this sleek new i30
variant. The i30 Fastback is slightly lower and
longer than the i30 five-door hatchback and
gets bespoke suspension designed to give
it a sporty driving style. Engines include 1.0
and 1.4-litre petrols and two 1.6-litre diesels.
An entry-level price of around �,000 is likely.
We?re already fans of the latest Civic, and
now Honda is extending the car?s appeal
for high-mileage drivers with a diesel version.
Its 118bhp 1.6-litre engine, a revised version
of the unit used in other Hondas, is officially
capable of 76.3mpg and emits just 99g/km
of CO2. A nine-speed automatic gearbox
will also be introduced to the Civic in 2018.
10 | February 2018 whatcar.com
The styling of the new Cee?d has been
previewed by this Procee?d concept,
revealing the sleek new shooting brake
bodystyle that will replace the three-door
hatch as the Cee?d moves upmarket to rival
the Audi A3 and VW Golf. This will be sold
alongside the five-door hatch and estate
versions, as well as a new SUV variant.
BEST NEW CARS 2018
Small cars
SPRING
DECEMBER
Audi A1
Use of the new Volkswagen Polo?s underpinnings should
make the smallest Audi more practical and better to drive
BMW 2 Series
Active Tourer
BMW will update its 2 Series Active Tourer
with cosmetic tweaks to the front and rear
bumpers, a touchscreen version of BMW?s
iDrive infotainment system and more driver
assistance systems. The current petrol, diesel
and plug-in hybrid engines are carried over.
SUMMER
Citro雗 C4 Cactus
Citro雗?s radical high-riding hatchback gets
redesigned Airbumps, moved to the bottom
of its doors ? as on the C3 ? plus new lights
designed to look more aggressive. Most
engines are carried over, but there are also
new petrol and diesel range-toppers. New
safety kit includes automatic emergency
braking and lane departure warning.
Jimi Beckwith
Jimi.Beckwith@haymarket.com
AUDI IS TACKLING the Mini hatchback
head on with the second-generation
A1.You see, the A1 already competes
in the same market as the Mini but is
outsold heavily by the retro-styled plush
hatchback, which is, in fact, one of the
UK?s best sellers overall.
How?s Audi planning to take the Mini?s
top spot, then? Well, the new A1 shares
much with the new Volkswagen Polo
and Seat Ibiza ? both of which have
been very well received.This means
it should be bigger, more refined and
better to drive than the current A1.
Its looks will move more in line with
those of the rest of Audi?s line-up,
with a more aggressive-looking grille
and the same angular styling as larger
models such as the new A5 and Q5.
What?s more, the new A1 will be
available with five doors only, ditching
the slow-selling three-door model in a
move mirrored around the car industry.
Practicality will be a key area of
improvement, with the new A1 benefiting
from noticeably increased interior space
and boot capacity over the current model.
The A1?s engine range will be mostly in
line with the Polo?s.The petrols kick off with
a three-cylinder 1.0 TFSI with up to 113bhp
and is topped by a 148bhp four-cylinder
1.5 TFSI, which replaces the old 1.4-litre unit.
Diesels are still under discussion, because
the market is looking increasingly uncertain.
Gearbox options will be a six-speed
manual and a seven-speed automatic.
In-car technology will also be a large
focus of the new A1, with Audi?s Virtual
Cockpit digital instrument display taking
centre stage. Onboard 4G internet and
Apple and Android smartphone mirroring
will be among the highlights, while safety
systems include automatic emergency
braking and pedestrian monitoring.
Prices for the A1, which currently start at
�,570, are likely to rise, but not by much.
PCP deals should remain competitive.
?Tech includes a digital instrument display,
4G internet and smartphone mirroring?
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JANUARY
Volkswagen Golf SV
Light updates to VW?s Citro雗 C4 Picasso
rival include restyled bumpers and LED
lights. Inside, there are new, more upmarket
materials and the Discover Pro 9.2in
infotainment system from the regular Golf.
Read our first drive on p35
Five-door-only new A1 will grow in size, with sharper, more muscular styling completing the transformation
whatcar.com February 2018 | 11
Small cars
JANUARY
JANUARY
Volkswagen Polo
Polo?s new underpinnings result in growth ? with a resulting
boost in practicality ? and an improved driving experience
Jimi Beckwith
Jimi.Beckwith@haymarket.com
THE POLO IS growing up, as Volkswagen
seeks to entice older, more affluent
buyers who want a small but fundamentally
upmarket car. On the outside, the Polo?s
styling is more characterful, although
still fairly restrained compared with the
rival Seat Ibiza.
Particular focus has been paid to the
interior, where VW has gone to great lengths
to make the Polo feel premium, with higherquality materials than ever before, plus
lots of personalisation options and new
tech. New features inside include an 8.0in
touchscreen as standard.
Buyers will be able to choose from 1.0-litre
and 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engines
and a 2.0-litre turbo in the Polo GTI hot
hatch.A 1.6 TDI diesel is also available with
either 80 or 95bhp.
Prices start from �,885, putting the
Polo towards the upper end of the class,
although its best-selling rival, the Ford Fiesta,
is now just �0 behind it. Six trim levels are
on offer, with SEL looking the best value.
Kia Picanto X-Line
Even the Picanto city car is in on the SUV
act ? well, sort of. Rugged X-Line trim adds
similar off-road-friendly cladding to that of
the Ford Fiesta Active and suspension raised
by 15mm, as well as a punchy 98bhp 1.0-litre
turbocharged petrol engine. It?ll be priced
to sit near the top of the Picanto range, with
the full complement of standard kit to match.
VW Polo vs Seat Ibiza on p62
JANUARY
New Polo has punchy
engines, rides smoothly
and is quiet at speed
Ford Fiesta Active
Want to venture along rough tracks and
rutted fields in your Fiesta? If so, you?ll want
this new Active version, which gets body
cladding to make it look more rufty-tufty,
as well as raised suspension, which promises
a more comfortable ride. Engine options
will be shared with the regular Fiesta,
and don?t expect four-wheel drive.
NOVEMBER
MARCH
MG 3
Honda Jazz
The new MG 3 will be revealed in spring 2018
and go on sale later in the year. The AngloChinese brand will introduce the secondgeneration version of its funky Ford Ka+ rival
with the aim of boosting perceived quality,
with a less plasticky interior and styling
reminiscent of MG?s ZS small SUV. Engines
will be new and updated small petrol units.
The MPV-like Jazz has been given a onceover, with a more Civic-like look and a new
128bhp 1.5-litre petrol engine that returns
52.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 124g/km.
The Jazz also gets cruise control, automatic
lights and automatic emergency braking as
standard. It?s already available to order, with
customer deliveries due to start in early 2018.
12 | February 2018 whatcar.com
?The new MG 3 is
set to have a less
plasticky interior and
styling reminiscent
of the ZS small SUV?
BEST NEW CARS 2018
Small SUVs
SUMMER
BMW X2
Style-focused SUV-coup� bridges
the gap between BMW?s X1 and X3
Darren Moss
Darren.Moss@haymarket.com
LOOKING AT BMW?S SUV range, the German
brand seems to have every market filled.
From the small X1, through the X3, X4, X5
and X6, and on to next year?s seven-seat X7,
there?s an SUV to suit almost everyone.
We say ?almost? because until now, there?s
been a car missing: the X2. First shown in
concept form in 2016, the last piece of
BMW?s SUV puzzle is now falling into place.
Catering for the same SUV-coup� market
as the larger X4 and X6, the X2 will take on
stylish rivals such as the Jaguar E-Pace,
Range Rover Evoque and Volvo XC40. It?s
aimed at affluent younger buyers who want
the practicality of an SUV but don?t like those
cars? traditional boxy shape.
Underneath, the X2 shares many
of its components with the latest Mini
Countryman ? a car that has so far failed to
impress us with its handling or ride quality ?
and the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer MPV.
The X2 will be offered with just three
engines at launch: a turbocharged 2.0-litre
petrol (sDrive20i) and two 2.0-litre diesels
(xDrive20d and xDrive25d).The sDrive models
are front-wheel drive and xDrive versions are
four-wheel drive. In any case, an automatic
Three of the four trim levels feature sporty touches
gearbox is standard.The X2?s engine range
will grow soon after launch, with the
addition of more petrol and diesel models,
including petrols with four-wheel drive
and a hot M model with around 300bhp.
The X2 is available in four trim levels:
SE, Sport, M Sport and M Sport X. Even entrylevel SE gets you cruise control, sat-nav,
17in wheels and dual-zone climate control.
Sport models additionally get sports seats,
black gloss exterior trim, LED headlights and
larger wheels.The M Sport models both sit on
19in wheels and receive bespoke bumpers
and paintwork, as well as heated front seats.
Every X2 comes with BMW?s iDrive
infotainment system, presented on a rotary
dial-controlled 6.5in screen (although this
can grow to 8.8in as an option).
The new X2 will be priced from �,980
in its cheapest form, xDrive20d SE, making it
more expensive than both the Evoque and
E-Pace, by �35 and �80 respectively.
whatcar.com February 2018 | 13
Small SUVs
FEBRUARY
Mitsubishi
Eclipse Cross
Mitsubishi is reviving the Eclipse name for this
new SUV, which rivals cars such as the Seat
Ateca and Peugeot 3008. It initially offers a
1.5-litre petrol engine, with a 2.2-litre diesel to
come. Prices will start at just above �,000,
but even basic models will have plenty of kit.
DECEMBER
WINTER
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Volkswagen T-Cross Audi SQ2
The T-Cross will be VW?s smallest and funkiest
SUV. It?s based on the excellent new Polo
hatchback and will share that car?s range
of engines, with the focus being on small
turbocharged petrol motors. Four-wheel drive
will be available on some T-Cross models,
and a hot GTI-style model is planned. Rivals
include the Renault Captur and Seat Arona.
Audi?s baby SUV, the Q2, will soon have
a sporty sister. The SQ2 will have more
aggressive bodywork, a stylised interior and
a 295bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol
engine ? the same unit that?s used in the
Audi S3 hot hatch, albeit detuned slightly.
Key rivals include the Mini Countryman JCW.
Expect prices to start at around �,000.
JANUARY
E-Pace is a ruler?s length
shorter than the F-Pace
Jaguar
E-Pace
Stylish E-Pace aims to catch
the Audi Q3 and BMW X1
napping with exciting looks
and a family-friendly interior
Darren Moss
Darren.Moss@haymarket.com
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HAVING PROVED THAT it knows how to
build SUVs with the larger F-Pace, Jaguar?s
attention has now turned to the bubbling
small SUV market with the smaller E-Pace.
Priced from �,500, the ?cub? of the Jaguar
range faces tough competition from the
Audi Q3, BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA.
To help it stand out, the E-Pace has been
given bold exterior styling and an interior
inspired by the F-Type sports car. Jaguar?s
Touch Pro infotainment system features
inside, alongside a digital instrument
display and an array of connectivity
options, including a wi-fi hotspot.
With 484 litres of space, the E-Pace?s boot
is bigger than the Q3?s and GLA?s but lags
behind the X1?s. Still, it can carry a folded
buggy or six carry-on suitcases without any
trouble. Clever features include a handsfree electric tailgate and an ?activity key? ? a
wristband that can lock and unlock the car
without you having to carry the usual key.
The E-Pace offers an array of 2.0-litre petrol
and diesel engines with up to 296bhp, and
most models are four-wheel drive.A six-speed
manual gearbox is standard, while a
nine-speed automatic is on the options list.
There are three trim levels ? S, SE and HSE ?
but even entry-level models come with a
rear-view camera, automatic emergency
braking and a driver drowsiness monitor.
Read our first drive on p24
BEST NEW CARS 2018
JULY
FEBRUARY
Volvo XC40
After success with its larger SUVs,Volvo is entering the
premium small SUV market with the distinctive new XC40
Dacia Duster
After five years on sale, Britain?s cheapest
new SUV gets a bold new look, bringing it
in line with the latest Dacia Sandero, plus
new interior furnishings and an upgraded
infotainment system. Engine options include
a 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel. While the
Duster?s starting price is expected to increase
slightly, it should remain below �,000.
JANUARY
Skoda Karoq
Darren Moss
Darren.Moss@haymarket.com
CONTINUING VOLVO?S SUV assault, the
new XC40 will take on a diverse range of
rivals, from higher-end versions of the Nissan
Qashqai and Seat Ateca right through
to premium pace-setters such as the
Audi Q2 and BMW X1, plus the established
style leader, the Range Rover Evoque.
The XC40 is reasonably conventional in
size, although it is quite tall compared
with many rivals.The benefit of that height,
says Volvo, is that the XC40 has none of
the space compromises that cars with
more acutely sloped rooflines suffer from.
That means it soundly trumps both the Q2
and Qashqai for boot space with 460 litres ?
although the X1 and Jaguar E-Pace
provide more.
Adding a cutting-edge feel inside is a
12.3in digital instrument display, while the
centre of the dashboard is dominated by
a 9.0in touchscreen that?s identical to the
one found in the XC60 and XC90.Apple
CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone
mirroring are included as standard.
Initially, buyers will have just two engines
to choose from, both turbocharged 2.0-litre
units.The range-topping T5 petrol produces
247bhp and the D4 diesel 187bhp.
Early buyers will be able to link these to
an eight-speed automatic gearbox and
four-wheel drive only.That range will soon
expand, though, to include a manual
gearbox and front-wheel drive, as well as a
hybrid and even an electric version later on.
Prices start at �,905 and rise to �,305.
Read our first drive on p28
The Karoq is Skoda?s smallest SUV (for now),
and like the larger Kodiaq, it?s all about value
for money. So, despite being more expensive
than the rival Seat Ateca, the Karoq comes
with more equipment inside. It also has the
clever Varioflex seats from its predecessor,
the Yeti. A good range of petrol and diesel
engines are on offer, as is four-wheel drive.
?The Karoq is more
expensive than the
rival Seat Ateca, but
it comes with more
equipment inside?
XC40 is to be one of the safest cars around; it gets a market-leading automatic emergency braking system
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Small SUVs
AUTUMN
Coup閟, convertibles
AUGUST
SUMMER
BMW Z4
BMW X4
Honda CR-V
The X4 has proved the appetite among
UK buyers for SUV-coup閟, so it?s back for a
second generation. The new X4 is stiffer yet
lighter than the current car and will offer a
variety of 2.0-litre and 3.0-litre diesel engines,
with no petrol at launch. An electric X4 is
also planned, but not for a few years. Inside,
there?s a new 10.3in infotainment screen.
Honda?s Volkswagen Tiguan rival is wider,
taller and longer than before, meaning more
space inside for passengers and luggage.
It also showcases a new look for Honda?s
SUV range. The sole engine choice at launch
will be a 1.5-litre petrol; a hybrid version,
which mates a 2.0-litre petrol engine with
an electric motor, will follow later in the year.
JULY
NOVEMBER
Audi Q3
Jeep Wrangler
The Q3 is Audi?s rival to the BMW X1 and, for
its second generation, has grown in almost
every respect to differentiate itself from the
smaller, funkier Q2. It?s also up to 50kg lighter
than the old Q3 and will offer a wider range
of petrol and diesel engines. Four-wheel drive
will be available on some models, and a
plug-in hybrid will come later in the car?s life.
Jeep?s traditional off-roader is growing up,
with a more luxurious (but still function-first)
interior with a larger touchscreen. A 2.0-litre
diesel will be the only engine for UK buyers.
Off-road ability has been enhanced, with a
host of driver assistance systems on offer, and
a towing stability aid has been added. Both
three and five-door bodystyles will be sold.
SUMMER
Traditional two-seat
roadsters aren?t dead, as
the new Z4 should prove
in spectacular style
ALSO COMING
Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio Summer
BMW X3 M Winter
Ford Ecosport update March
Jeep Compass February
Lexus NX update February
Seat Ateca Cupra Winter
Subaru XV February
Volkswagen T-Roc R Winter
Citro雗 C5 Aircross
The old Citro雗 C5 saloon has morphed into
the C5 Aircross SUV and, in doing so, has
gained Citro雗?s now-familiar chunky styling
and Airbump door protectors. Inside, it?s said
to be one of the roomiest cars in its class and
has a new 8.0in infotainment screen. Power
comes from a range of familiar petrol and
diesel engines, with a plug-in hybrid to follow.
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Darren Moss
Darren.Moss@haymarket.com
BACK IN 2016, BMW and Toyota revealed
they were collaborating on a new sports
car project.The internet went wild with
speculation. Could this project yield, at
long last, successors to the Z4 and Supra?
We now know that yes, it will, and the
Z4 will be the first to arrive. Previewed by
BEST NEW CARS 2018
and sports cars
Few changes over concept will
include a bigger windscreen
and conventional roll hoops
FEBRUARY
Volkswagen Up GTI
To some, the idea of attaching VW?s iconic
GTI badge to something as small as the Up
city car seems like sacrilege, but don?t fear.
This Up GTI has a tad more power than the
original Golf GTI, with 113bhp, and a similar
0-62mph sprint time. It?s also a hoot to drive
and could even be good value, with an
anticipated starting price of �,000.
FEBRUARY
Ford Fiesta ST
The pint-sized Fiesta ST has long been our
favourite hot hatch. For this new version,
Ford has given it a frugal turbocharged
three-cylinder engine, but it?s still not short
on performance, with a heady 197bhp; that?s
18bhp more than before and enough to
propel the ST from 0-62mph in 6.7sec. Pricing
is expected to start from around �,500.
?The Z4?s engines, all petrols, range from 181 to
355bhp, and all models are rear-wheel drive?
the Z4 concept car pictured, the new
sports convertible will have an electrically
folding fabric roof that stows away under
a tonneau cover at the rear of the car.
The futuristic interior of the concept will
be toned down for production but will use
mostly digital displays and a new version
of BMW?s iDrive infotainment system.
With 310 litres of boot space, there?s also
more room inside for luggage than in the old
Z4 ? partly thanks to the new car being wider
and having more space between its axles.
Three petrol engines will be available
at launch: a turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol
producing 181bhp in the sDrive20i and
248bhp in the sDrive30i, and a 3.0-litre
straight six in the M40i producing 355bhp.
A full-blown Z4 M performance model
is planned; it?s likely to be powered by
the same 425bhp 3.0-litre engine as the
M3 super-saloon. Z4 buyers will be able to
choose between a six-speed manual or
eight-speed automatic gearbox.As with the
old Z4, all models will be rear-wheel drive.
It?s too early to talk official pricing, but a
starting price of around �,000 is likely.
The Toyota Supra coup� will follow the Z4
in the autumn and will be launched under
the firm?s Gazoo performance brand. It?s
expected to be sold primarily as a hybrid,
but petrol versions will be available, too,
using BMW engines. BMW will also supply
parts for the interior, possibly including an
iDrive-derived infotainment set-up.
SUMMER
BMW 8 Series
Until now, BMW hasn?t had a rival for the
luxurious Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coup�,
but the 8 Series will change that. Previewed
by the 8 Series concept pictured above,
the new luxury coup� will share its petrol
and diesel engines with the 7 Series. An M8
performance model is also planned, as is
a convertible to fight the S-Class Cabriolet.
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Large and luxury SUVs
APRIL
NOVEMBER
Renault M間ane RS
Priced from around �,000, Renault?s
latest hot hatch is powered by a new
turbocharged 1.8-litre petrol engine with
276bhp. That means a 0-62mph sprint time
of less than 6.0sec, although Renault says it?s
targeting handling fun and agility rather than
straight-line speed. Key rivals include the
Honda Civic Type R and Volkswagen Golf GTI.
DECEMBER
TVR Grif?th
The first model from reborn British brand TVR
is envisioned as a rival for the Porsche 911.
At its heart is a V8 petrol engine developing
500bhp, meaning huge performance in a
car weighing just 1250kg. A top speed
of more than 200mph is promised, plus
a 0-62mph sprint time of less than 4.0sec.
Prices will start at around �,000.
ALSO COMING
Alpine A110 May
Aston Martin DB11 Volante May
Aston Martin Vanquish Spring
Aston Martin Vantage Summer
Audi S7 March
BMW M2 CS Winter
BMW M3 CS January
Ferrari Portofino Spring
Ford Mustang update March
Porsche 911 Carrera T Summer
Seat Leon Cupra R January
Suzuki Swift Sport May
Toyota Supra Autumn
Volkswagen Polo GTI May
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Seat Avila
Seat follows its brilliant Ateca and Arona with a seven-seat
SUV that shares its origins with the five-star Skoda Kodiaq
Kris Culmer
Kris.Culmer@haymarket.com
COME EXAM TIME, there were always a
few people who?d seemingly done no
work yet came away with straight As.
Some of them probably did secretly
revise, though, and Seat is their automotive
equivalent. Having never before made an
SUV, the brand spent years making the
best of the Volkswagen Group technology
available to it and, in 2016, blew the
established small SUV manufacturers away
with its Ateca, before repeating the trick this
year with the smaller Arona. Both are great
to drive, practical for families and excellent
value for money. So, the doomsday clock is
likely at minutes to midnight for the leading
large SUVs ahead of Seat?s arrival.
The name of Seat?s seven-seat SUV is
being decided by a public vote, with the
stipulation being that it has to come
from Iberian geography ? a Seat tradition.
Four names were still in contention as we
went to press: Alboran,Aranda,Tarraco
and Avila, with the latter the most likely.
The Avila could not have a better start in
life, being based on the same chassis as
the class-leading Skoda Kodiaq. Cheaper
models will have five seats, but most will
have seven. As is Seat?s way nowadays, the
?As is Seat?s way
nowadays, the Avila
is expected to have
a sportier edge
than the Kodiaq?
BEST NEW CARS 2018
Seven-seat SUV is expected
to negate the need for a
new Seat Alhambra MPV
WINTER
MARCH
IMAGE
BMW X5
Toyota Land Cruiser
With a seemingly untouchable Audi Q7 to
contend with, BMW will replace rather than
update its four-year-old X5. The new X5 is
based on a new lightweight platform, while
its interior will be even plusher, with tech from
the 5 Series. Engines will be updated four,
six and eight-cylinder units, plus a plug-in
hybrid and a 600bhp petrol V8 in the X5 M.
Popular with Nato forces and owners of
horses, Toyota?s no-nonsense 4x4 will be
updated next year. It retains its old-school
chassis and 2.8-litre diesel engine, which
has 174bhp and 332lb ft of torque, but gains
60mm in length and revised styling. Inside,
there?s a redesigned dashboard featuring
a new 8.0in infotainment touchscreen.
MAY
Avila is expected to have a sportier edge
than the Kodiaq, with more agile handling
compensating for a slightly firmer ride.
While no official details have been
released, engines are likely to be a 148bhp
1.4-litre petrol, two 2.0-litre petrols and a
178bhp 2.0-litre diesel. In the Kodiaq,
the 2.0-litre diesel is our recommendation.
More engine variants will follow soon
after launch, with a plug-in hybrid likely.
A six-speed manual gearbox will be
standard and an automatic optional. Lowerpowered models will get front-wheel drive,
with four-wheel drive for beefier motors.
Higher-end versions of the Avila are likely
to cost more than �,000.The car?s closest
rivals, the Kia Sorento and Hyundai Santa Fe,
cost from �,850 and �,845 respectively.
Given that the price gap between the
Arona and Ateca is a mere �00, the Avila
is expected to have a base price of around
�,000; the Kodiaq costs from �,190.
MARCH
Audi Q8
Mercedes G-Class
Take the class-leading Q7 and give it a wider,
lower stance, a sloping roof and, somehow,
an even higher-quality interior. Hey, you?ve
made a Q8. The new �k Audi will offer a
wide range of petrol and diesel engines
and a hybrid option. Inside, there?s much of
the new A8?s cutting-edge technology but,
unlike with the Q7, no seven-seat option.
By the time Austria?s newly elected leader
was born, the G-Class had already been
in production in that country for seven years.
Next year, its successor will finally arrive, with
a new, lighter and wider chassis, plus a new
gearbox, steering, suspension and engines,
including a 2.9-litre diesel and a 415bhp V8.
Inside, it gets tech from the latest S-Class.
SPRING
JANUARY
Lamborghini Urus
DS 7 Crossback
In 1986, Lamborghini launched the LM002,
an ungainly 4x4 with military origins and a
thirsty V12. It was terrible to drive. In 2018, the
brand will launch the Urus. It should be great,
seeing as it?s based on the same platform
as the superb Audi SQ7 and has a 4.0-litre
twin-turbo V8 with 641hp, four-wheel drive
and four-wheel steering for increased agility.
France is a leader in high-end fashion, while
the original Citro雗 DS is famed for its ride
comfort. DS?s new �k BMW X3 rival aims
to combine the two, with a ?haute coutureinspired? interior and high-tech suspension.
Read our first drive on p33
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Large and luxury SUVs
APRIL
Porsche
Cayenne
Cayenne?s design is an
evolution, but mechanical
changes are more sweeping
Deep-rooted changes to
Porsche?s largest SUV model
make it faster, better to drive
and more luxurious inside
Kris Culmer
Kris.Culmer@haymarket.com
?MODERATELY HOT?: SO it says next to
?Cayenne? in the index of chili peppers.
Perhaps, then, its Porsche namesake
should be upgraded to something
?very hot?;?Habanero? sounds quite nice.
You see, the original 2003 Cayenne?s
engines ranged from 240bhp to 514bhp
in the Turbo S.The third-generation Cayenne
of 2018 kicks out a minimum of 335bhp,
with around 680bhp expected to come
from the upcoming Turbo S E-Hybrid model.
And it?s not just speed that has been
improved; the new Cayenne is agile and
stable at high speeds, staying remarkably
upright in corners. We recently tested the
second-rung S model, with its 434bhp
petrol V6, and can confirm that the
Cayenne can be driven along a winding
B-road at a ridiculous pace. It?s just a
shame the steering is a bit numb.The
Cayenne?s ride is also comfortable, with
air suspension an option.
There have been big improvements
inside, with oceans of soft-touch plastics,
fine leathers, high-quality trims and,
more importantly, a thoroughly modern
APRIL
?It?s not just speed
that has improved;
the Cayenne is
remarkably agile
and stable, too?
DECEMBER
IMAGE
Volkswagen Touareg Skoda Kodiaq GT
Volkswagen?s SUV drive continues, with the
Touareg entering its third generation. The
five-seater will get a more angular design,
while its interior will be roomier and plusher,
with improved material quality and a larger
infotainment touchscreen. Plus, the range
of four-cylinder engines will be updated
and a plug-in hybrid option introduced.
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A Skoda seven-seater with a sloping roofline:
sounds like the punchline from a joke you?d
have told in the 1980s, doesn?t it? But now it?s
downright logical; the Kodiaq is an excellent
large SUV, while SUV-coup閟 such as the BMW
X6 appeal to many. The GT will essentially be
the standard Kodiaq but with a sportier edge
to its styling and driving manners.
dashboard.This replaces the old model?s
confusing constellation of buttons around
the gear selector with touchpads.These
are in alliance with a bright and responsive
new 12.3in infotainment touchscreen and
a digital instrument display.
The Cayenne makes for a good family
car, too, with space for four adults,
even with a sunroof fitted, aided by a
sliding rear bench.The boot is bigger,
too, now equalling the Audi Q7?s.
At launch, prices range from �,595 to
�,291 for the V8-engined Cayenne Turbo.
ALSO COMING
Audi SQ8 December
BMW X7 November
Jaguar F-Pace SVR Summer
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk April
Infiniti QX50 Winter
Land Rover Discovery Sport update Winter
Maserati Levante GTS Summer
Mercedes-AMG G63 Summer
Mitsubishi Shogun Sport April
Porsche Macan update Autumn
Range Rover Velar SVR March
Rolls-Royce Cullinan Winter
Skoda Kodiaq vRS Winter
BEST NEW CARS 2018
Executive and luxury cars
JANUARY
AUGUST
JANUARY
Lexus LS
Mercedes C-Class
Kia Stinger
If ever there was a car that ?made? a brand,
it?s the LS. But this big saloon has lost out
lately, so Lexus is out to again ?reset the
luxury benchmark?. To this end, the new LS
has a sleeker exterior design, a new 12.3in
infotainment screen, more sound suppression
and an innovative ?dynamics management?
system to give a more relaxed drive.
After just three years of its current war with
the BMW 3 Series, the C-Class is already
restocking its arsenal. Its most powerful new
ammunition is an updated infotainment
system with a touchpad and a revised digital
instrument display, as well as a new 2.0 diesel
engine, replacing the old 2.1, with better
power, fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
Kia?s hypothesis: its brand is now strong
enough to take on Audi and BMW with a fivedoor coup�. The experiment: sleek styling,
a classy interior; a solid range of engines
(including a 365bhp petrol V6), a focus on
handling and a price that undercuts rivals?.
Our conclusion: a car that has the right idea
but is let down by inefficient diesel engines.
AUTUMN
APRIL
IMAGE
Peugeot 508
Peugeot is aiming directly at the Vauxhall
Insignia with its new 508. It?s based on the
good-handling platform of the 3008 SUV,
will have coup�-like styling and features
Peugeot?s award-winning i-Cockpit interior.
Engines will be frugal new petrols and diesels,
with a plug-in hybrid due later. An all-electric
model is also planned, but not for some time.
Audi A6
Audi makes its executive saloon sportier, more efficient
and more tech-heavy to challenge the latest BMW 5 Series
Kris Culmer
Kris.Culmer@haymarket.com
THE PODIUM IN the executive saloon class
is as predictable as it is in Formula 1. But
while both usually feature a Mercedes, the
former is mostly completed by an Audi and
a BMW rather than a Ferrari and a Red Bull.
And with the newborn BMW 5 Series and
two-year-old Mercedes-Benz E-Class getting
five and four-star ratings respectively, it?s
time, after seven years, for a new Audi A6.
We commend the outgoing A6 for its
refinement, engines and interior, yet Audi
has marked all of those for improvement.
The new car has a more aggressive
design, being wider, longer and squatter,
but it shares its platform with the new A8,
so it should be even quieter and comfier.
The existing four-cylinder petrol and
diesel engines get efficiency improvements,
while pricier models feature new 3.0-litre V6
and 4.0-litre V8 engines. Petrol-electric
and diesel-electric plug-in hybrid variants
will also become available.
Inside, there?s more passenger and boot
space, while the dashboard is redesigned
and features three screens: the Virtual
Cockpit digital instrument display and two
large touchscreens in the centre.The top
screen features infotainment, while the
lower screen deals with car settings. Both
now provide haptic feedback so you get
the sensation of hitting an actual button.
ALSO COMING
Audi A7 February
Bentley Continental GT March
Maserati Ghibli update January
Mazda 6 update Spring
Mercedes-AMG GT five-door September
Mercedes-Benz CLS April
MG 6 Winter
Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport GSi March
Volkswagen Passat update December
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Electric and hybrid cars
Production-ready I-Pace
will remain very faithful
to this concept car
SPRING
JANUARY
SPRING
BMW i3 and i3S
Range Rover PHEV
Nissan Leaf
We named the i3 the best electric car you
can buy for �,000-�,000 at our 2017
Car of the Year Awards, but BMW isn?t resting
on its laurels. The facelifted i3 offers a slightly
greater range and improved in-car tech,
plus there?s now the option of a sporty i3S
model that can get from 0-62mph in 6.9sec.
Prices for the updated i3 start at �,070.
For 2018, the Range Rover gets revised
looks and the twin-touchscreen infotainment
system from the Velar, but the biggest news is
a new plug-in hybrid model, costing �,565.
This combines a 2.0-litre petrol engine with
an electric motor, giving a 0-60mph time of
6.4sec, CO2 emissions of just 64g/km and
a range of 31 miles on electric power alone.
Nissan admits that the original Leaf?s styling
?isn?t popular with most people?, so it has
given the Mk2 car a more conventional look.
More importantly, it claims a realistic range
of 235 miles ? 81 more than the current Leaf.
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See what readers think of it on p42
BEST NEW CARS 2018
SUMMER
Jaguar I-Pace
Jaguar enters the electric era with a dashing �k SUV
that produces 395bhp and claims a range of 310 miles
?The E-tron SUV will
be Audi?s first fully
electric car and has
a claimed range
of at least 311 miles?
Steve Huntingford
Steve.Huntingford@haymarket.com
GIVEN THE POPULARITY of SUVs, Jaguar?s
decision to give its first electric car this
bodystyle seems very sensible. But that
doesn?t mean it has played safe.
Spy shots of prototypes being tested show
that instead of taking the easy option and
simply stuffing an F-Pace with batteries,
Jaguar has created something that remains
faithful to the dramatic I-Pace concept car
that it showed at the 2016 LA motor show.
Power for the I-Pace comes from two
electric motors, with one at the front and the
other at the rear, to make it four-wheel drive.
These motors produce a combined 395bhp,
which should be enough for a 0-60mph
sprint time of around 4.0sec.
The I-Pace is also said to be capable of
driving for 310 miles on a single charge.
That surpasses the ranges of most electric
cars, even if it falls slightly short of the more
expensive Teslas?.
Jaguar says that the I-Pace can be
charged in just over two hours from a
standard charging point ? or to 80% of
capacity in 90 minutes.
As for the I-Pace?s interior, this is every bit
as futuristic as the rest of the car, with three
display screens: a configurable 12.0in
digital instrument cluster in front of the driver,
a 12.0in central touchscreen for infotainment
and navigation, and another 5.5in screen
for the climate settings.
DECEMBER
WINTER
I-Pace?s minimal interior features three digital screens
What?s more, with a 530-litre boot, the
I-Pace has considerably more luggage room
than regular small SUVs, such as the Nissan
Qashqai. Here it?s helped by the absence of
an engine, because this leaves room for a
second storage space under the bonnet.
Final pricing has yet to be decided, but
insiders have said that the I-Pace is likely to
cost 10-15% more than the F-Pace, which
would give a starting price of around �,000.
That would make the I-Pace considerably
cheaper than the rival Tesla Model X, which is
currently priced from �,000.
SEPTEMBER
Bentley
Bentayga PHEV
The Bentayga is already the first Bentley with
a diesel engine, and soon it will be the first
to be offered as a plug-in hybrid, too. Details
are still limited, but we know it will combine a
supercharged 3.0-litre petrol engine with an
electric motor. Expect it to make more than
410bhp and feature an electric-only mode.
ALSO COMING
Range Rover Sport PHEV January
BMW i8 update Autumn
BMW i8 Spyder Autumn
Honda CR-V Hybrid December
Hyundai Kona Electric December
Mercedes-AMG CLS 53 Autumn
Mercedes-AMG E53 Autumn
Hydrogen Hyundai
Audi E-tron
Hyundai was one of the first brands to sell a
hydrogen fuel cell car in the UK. But while its
current model is based on the conventional
ix35 SUV, this new car has its own, distinct
design. It will be capable of 497 miles on a
single fill and be 9% more efficient and 20%
more powerful than its predecessor. As with
all fuel cell cars, the only emission is water.
The finished design of Audi?s first fully electric
car is still to be revealed, but we know it
will draw heavily on the 2016 E-tron quattro
concept (pictured). This means that, like the
Jaguar I-Pace, it will be an SUV, while power
? possibly up to 500bhp of it ? will come from
three electric motors. The range on each
charge is claimed to be at least 311 miles.
Want more details on any of these
upcoming new cars, or to find out
what else is due to arrive in 2018?
Go to whatcar.com/news/newcars
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FIRST DRIVE
Jaguar E-Pace
This new baby SUV is smaller than Jaguar?s successful F-Pace and has a lower price, but
can it stand up to the Audi Q3 and BMW X1? On sale January 2018 Price from �,500
Neil Winn
Neil.Winn@haymarket.com
JAGUAR MAY HAVE been a day late to the SUV
market, but it?s certainly not a dollar short.
Like a Hollywood star showing up fashionably
late to an afterparty, it swooped in and duly
stole the limelight with the sharp, svelte F-Pace,
which became the fastest-selling model in the
company?s 94-year history.
Now, like any successful newcomer, Jaguar
is keen to capitalise on its early success.
Next summer, it will launch the electric I-Pace
SUV and later there will be a bigger J-Pace.
But ?rst we have the car that?s designed to
be the volume seller: the E-Pace.
Described as the ?cub? of the Jaguar range,
it will go head to head with premium models
such as the Audi Q3, BMW X1 and MercedesBenz GLA. Unlike those rivals, however, the
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Ride, on standard
suspension, is poor
over broken surfaces
FIRST DRIVE
RIVALS
4
BMW X1
The one to beat;
it?s classy, spacious
and good to drive.
2
Volvo XC40
Practical, looks
great inside and
out and well priced.
1
3
1 The grab handle
effectively cuts off the
passenger from the
centre console
E-Pace doesn?t look like the bigger SUV in the
company?s range, instead taking its inspiration
from the F-Type sports car. From headlights
that stretch back into the bonnet to side
windows that taper to a point above the ?ared
rear wheel arches, this is an unashamedly
bold and striking design that sets the E-Pace
apart as a distinctly sporty choice.
HEAVIER THAN THE F-PACE
Before we get into the nitty gritty of how the
car drives, we need to address the elephant in
the room: its weight. You see, despite looking
a bit like the F-Type, underneath its designer
suit the E-Pace has far more in common with
the Land Rover Discovery Sport. This means
there?s more steel in its structure than in
other Jaguars, which are built mostly from
lighter aluminium.
True, the engineers have shaved off a few
2 Overall quality of the
materials still trails
behind that of the
German competition
kilograms by making the tailgate, bonnet,
roof and front wings out of aluminium,
but the E-Pace still tips the scales at a whopping
1843kg; that?s around 85kg more than the
34cm longer F-Pace. And in the 178bhp 2.0-litre
diesel E-Pace that we started in, that extra mass
certainly makes itself felt.
Floor the accelerator pedal and even after
the slow-witted nine-speed automatic gearbox
has found a gear, the E-Pace accelerates with
all the urgency of an asthmatic runner. Things
improve once you?ve built up a few revs, with
a healthy slug of mid-range torque making
for usable everyday performance, but even
so, it never feels a match for rivals such as
the Q3 2.0 TDI and X1 xDrive20d.
You also feel a surprising amount of
vibration through the diesel E-Pace?s
pedals and steering wheel. You could argue
that this is just about acceptable in the
Discovery Sport, seeing as that?s a car built on
utilitarian principles, but you expect a little
more polish in a Jaguar.
Thankfully, the range-topping 296bhp
2.0-litre petrol engine goes some way to
addressing the imbalance. It?s lighter, quieter
and revvier than the diesel, and imbues the
E-Pace with the performance you?d expect from
a sporty SUV. But should you plan on regularly
exercising your right foot, be aware that this
is a 35.3mpg car in of?cial tests. On our mixed
test route, meanwhile, we struggled to achieve
more than 25mpg.
3 Seats are well
bolstered and give
good support
when cornering
4 Front visibility is
superb, but there are
significant blindspots
over the shoulder
Top marks for interior styling, but don?t look too closely
There?s enough room for three adults on the fixed bench
CAR-LIKE MANNERS
If there?s one area in which Jaguar can always
be relied upon to deliver, it?s handling, and
sure enough, the E-Pace is up to the mark here.
There?s very little body lean through corners
and the steering has a pleasing amount of heft.
Jaguar said it wanted the E-Pace to drive like
Boot is a good shape and offers more space than most
whatcar.com February 2018 | 25
FIRST DRIVE
Most versions of the E-Pace
are four-wheel drive, so
there?s plenty of traction
?There?s very little lean
through corners
and the steering
has plenty of heft?
the XE saloon, and for a car that is 1.65m tall
and 4.4m long, it comes surprisingly close.
When driven hard through corners, the front
end will eventually push wide, although it
hangs on gamely.
The four-wheel drive traction engenders
plenty of con?dence in cold winter conditions.
Granted, the E-Pace never feels particularly
rear-driven, even if 100% of power can be sent
to the back wheels if the system detects slip.
But then again, very few buyers will drive
their E-Pace hard. Brakes that are a bit tricky
to modulate are the only things that really
F-Type-inspired styling should give E-Pace huge appeal
let the side down.
that?s sharp, customisable and relatively
What?s less forgivable, however, is the
quick to respond. Meanwhile, the long list of
E-Pace?s inconsistent ride. Jaguar?s chassis
connectivity features includes ?ve USB ports,
engineers are usually masters of deftness
up to four 12V charging sockets and a 4G
and control, but on the 20in wheels and
wi-? hotspot for up to eight devices.
non-adaptive suspension of our First Edition
test cars, the E-Pace was bouncy on country
lanes and ?dgety over broken surfaces. Both
ROOM FOR FIVE
the Q3 and X1 are far more comfortable,
The E-Pace also has enough rear leg room to
although we are admittedly yet to try the
keep adults happy, provided they?re not sitting
E-Pace with the optional adaptive suspension.
behind six-footers; three people should be able
As with the exterior, the interior of the
to sit side by side in relative comfort, thanks to
E-Pace was clearly inspired by the F-Type. That
?at, bench-style seating.
car?s low grab handle is present, along with
Then there?s the boot, which has a capacity
a joystick-style selector for the automatic
of 484 litres. That?s impressive for a car of this
gearbox, rather than the
size; by comparison, the Q3
BUYER?S FILE
F-Pace?s rotary controller.
has 420 litres and the GLA
It?s a clean and handsome
481 litres. And while it is
Jaguar E-Pace
layout that is also
D180 AWD R-Dynamic auto
down 25 litres on the X1, the
surprisingly user-friendly.
E-Pace?s boot has additional
Price
�,500
Engine�
4cyl, 1999cc, petrol�
The rotary dials for the air
space beneath its ?oor if you
Power�
178bhp燖 4000rpm
conditioning are simplicity
don?t specify a spare wheel.
Torque
317lb ft @ 1750rpm
itself and, as standard,
If there?s one area in
Gearbox�
9-spd automatic
the E-Pace gets the more
which Jaguar interiors
0-62mph�
9.3sec�
sophisticated of Jaguar?s
have always fallen short of
Top speed
127mph�
two infotainment systems,
their rivals, however, it?s
Economy�
50.4mpg (official average)�
called Touch Pro. This
perceived quality. And while
CO2, tax band 147g/km, 31%
features a 10.0in touchscreen
the E-Pace?s looks fabulous
26 | February 2018 whatcar.com
Five USB ports and a wi-fi hotspot for mobile devices
from a distance, it doesn?t hold up under closer
inspection. From a dashboard that?s wrapped
in vinyl to the relentlessly squeaky parcel shelf
that plagued our test cars, you can?t help but
feel that Jaguar should be delivering a more
premium experience, even in its cheapest SUV.
In the hugely competitive small SUV class,
every new model needs to give buyers a
compelling reason to hand over their money.
And while there?s no denying that this
Jaguar cub handles nicely and offers decent
practicality, it?s off the pace.
It doesn?t ride with the control you?d expect
of a car developed on British roads and,
because of its hefty weight, it?s not particularly
fast or economical. Smaller wheels and
adaptive dampers could make the difference,
but for now, the jury is still out.
SAYS
One of the more stylish small
SUVs, but its weight, ride and
interior quality let it down
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FIRST DRIVE
Volvo XC40
The XC40 is Volvo?s smallest SUV yet but promises big-car
safety and luxury On sale February Price from �,905
Steve Huntingford
Steve.Huntingford@haymarket.com
GIVEN THE HUGE number of cars they sell, it?s
hard to argue that German prestige brands are
wrong to give their cars ?Russian doll? designs.
And yet it?s still refreshing when a rival is a bit
braver, as Volvo has been with its new XC40.
This small SUV may have similar front and
rear lights to the company?s other models to
ensure a family resemblance, but the rest of
the detailing and the overall proportions of the
car are quite different; it certainly doesn?t look
as if Volvo has put the blueprints for the larger
XC60 in a photocopier and set it to 75%.
Proof that it wants to lead, not follow, can
also be found in the fact that the XC40 will
be the ?rst model to be offered on a new
subscription scheme called ?Care by Volvo?
(although not immediately).
Meanwhile, in a less surprising move, Volvo
is promising that the XC40 will be the safest car
of its type, with a long list of high-tech driver
aids. Is the XC40 class-leading overall, though?
SET TO GROW
Initially, the only engine options are a pair of
2.0-litre four-cylinder units: a 247bhp petrol
and a 187bhp diesel. However, the range will
soon expand to include a 187bhp petrol and a
148bhp diesel. A small, frugal three-cylinder
petrol will also arrive in 2018, while hybrid and
28 | February 2018 whatcar.com
T5 petrol and D4 diesel
will be joined by more
engines in 2018
RIVALS
4
1
Audi Q2
A sporty small SUV
with a stunning
interior. It?s quite
cramped in the
back, though.
2
3
BMW X1
The most practical
car in the class
and it handles
well. Ride is on
the firm side.
fully electric XC40s are part of the longer-term
plan. Both of the launch engines get four-wheel
drive and an eight-speed automatic gearbox as
standard and both can whisk you up to speed
easily enough, although it?s the diesel that?s
likely to be the bigger seller in the UK, chie?y
because it will be a lot easier on fuel.
This D5 engine isn?t perfect, sounding a bit
grumbly in town and quite coarse at high revs,
but it transmits little vibration into the car,
and the XC40 is a quiet cruiser. Combined with
the way the suspension manages to waft you
over most imperfections in the road at higher
speeds, it makes for a car that?s very relaxing
during long motorway stints.
The ride is less impressive in town, though.
Here, you ?nd yourself being jostled around
over patched-up surfaces.
On the other hand, the XC40 resists body
roll well in corners and feels eager to change
direction, even if it?s best to keep the steering in
Comfort mode, because switching to Dynamic
merely adds a lot of extra weight that actually
makes it harder to judge how much you need to
turn the wheel.
1 The traditional
instruments have been
ditched in favour of a
customisable screen
2 Centre console is
angled towards driver
to make the controls
easier to reach
Space is good, but the rear window line kicks up steeply
?The XC40 resists body
roll well in corners and
feels eager to change
direction on B-roads?
makes simple tasks such as changing the radio
station quite dif?cult on the move.
More positively, the standard of ?t and
?nish is ?rst class, with the only slight
STYLE OVER USABILITY
disappointment the fact that the metal trim
As in other modern Volvos, the XC40?s
on the front doors isn?t carried through to the
dashboard is dominated by a large touchscreen
rears. And aside from rather small rear door
that has let the designers slash the number
openings, practicality is also good.
of buttons and create a modern, minimalist
In particular, there are thoughtful details
ambience. But while the idea of a screen that
such as a removable bin between the front
lets you swipe, pinch and scroll as you do with
seats and door pockets that are big enough
your tablet sounds good in theory, in reality it
to take a laptop or a couple
BUYER?S FILE
of large bottles of water.
Volvo XC40
T5 AWD Automatic
D4 AWD Automatic
Plus, front head and leg
room are generous.
Price
From �,850
From �,305
Engine
4cyl, 1969cc, turbo, petrol
4cyl, 1969cc, diesel
Rear head room also
Power
247bhp @ 5500rpm
187bhp @ 4000rpm
impresses, thanks to the
Torque
258lb ft @ 1800-4800rpm
295lb ft @ 1750-2500rpm
XC40 having a higher roof
Gearbox
8-spd automatic
8-spd automatic
than your average small
0-62mph
6.5sec
7.9sec
SUV, and there?s enough
Top speed
140mph
130mph
rear knee room for most
Economy
39.8mpg (official average)
56.5mpg (official average)
adults to sit comfortably. The
CO2, tax band
164g/km, 31%
131g/km, 28%
one concern is the way the
3 There are few
conventional buttons
and knobs on the
XC40?s dashboard
4 Material quality
is generally as good
as it is in more
expensive Volvos
Plenty of practical touches should keep families happy
window line kicks up towards the rear of the
car, because it?s likely to compromise the view
out for small children.
As for the boot, the XC40 has 460 litres of
space with the rear seats in place ? less than the
BMW X1 and Jaguar E-Pace. However, it can still
swallow a couple of large suitcases or a baby
buggy and several bags of shopping. There?s no
load lip to heave luggage over, either, and part
of the boot ?oor can be folded up into a vertical
position to keep smaller items in place.
FINE ALL-ROUNDER
The XC40 isn?t as agile as the Audi Q2 or as
spacious as the BMW X1, but it?s still enjoyable
to drive, practical and good looking inside and
out, plus it combines competitive pricing with
impressive mile-munching ability and the
cutting-edge safety tech Volvo is famous for.
Perhaps the biggest downside is the fact that
there?s no small, frugal petrol option at launch.
When this arrives, the XC40 has the potential
to be even more appealing.
SAYS
A desirable small SUV that
mixes style with practicality
and comfort with driving fun
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FIRST DRIVE
BMW M5
M5 gets more power, a new gearbox and four-wheel drive. Is
it still the super-saloon king? On sale Now Price from �,160�
Neil Winn
Neil.Winn@haymarket.com
EVER SINCE THE covers were pulled off the
original BMW M5 in 1984, it has been the
yardstick against which all other super-saloons
are judged, and that?s a trend BMW would like
to continue with this sixth-generation model.
Based on the latest 5 Series, the new M5,
BMW claims, is a signi?cant step on from its
predecessor. It has a considerably more rigid
yet lighter body that should result in sharper
handling and better re?nement, while its
twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8?s power has
increased by 40bhp over the previous M5, up
to 592bhp. Of?cial average fuel economy has
dropped from 28.5mpg to 26.9mpg, however.
In a ?rst for the M5, BMW has dropped
the traditional rear-wheel drive layout for
a four-wheel drive system. The bene?ts are
obvious: increased traction and a signi?cantly
improved 0-62mph time of 3.4sec. However,
there is a worry that this will dampen the
experience. Having four-wheel drive is like
wearing wellies: you have more traction but
can?t always feel what?s happening underfoot.
In traditional M5 fashion, there are very few
outstanding points of differentiation between
RIVALS
Mercedes-AMG E63
Porsche Panamera
Offers superb
performance
and entertaining
handling.
Hugely rapid but
not very involving
to drive. Quiet and
luxurious inside.
this near-�,000 M-car and the standard
5 Series when it comes to the interior. Coloured
Classy interior is little different from that of other 5 Series
seatbelts, bolstered sports seats and a bright
red starter button are the only indications
that you?re sitting in something a bit special.
And this level of understatement pervades
through to the driving experience. Select
Ef?cient mode via the Drive Performance
button and the M5 bumbles around town
with simply remarkable re?nement; the V8
remains hushed, the eight-speed automatic
gearbox shifts smoothly and while there?s
some patter through the suspension on
shoddy road surfaces, it?s a small compromise
for the incredible level of body control.
Ramp the driving mode up to Sport+
M5 is based on new, lighter chassis, improving handling
and the M5 demonstrates
a pure performance car. And
a distinctive duality
BUYER?S FILE
although there is a mode that
that buyers of previous
BMW M5
makes it rear-wheel drive, this
versions know and love.
Price
�,160
also turns off traction control,
For a turbocharged engine,
Engine
8cyl, 4395cc, turbo, petrol�
Power�
592bhp燖 5600rpm
which is very unwise for
accelerator response is
Torque
553lb ft @1800-5600rpm
inexperienced drivers.
virtually instantaneous, and
Gearbox�
8-spd automatic
This leaves us with a
despite the fact that the M5
0-62mph�
3.4sec�
conundrum. The M5 is still
weighs close to two tonnes,
Top speed
190mph�
a great all-rounder, but the
it does an impressive job
Economy�
26.9mpg (official average)�
Mercedes-AMG E63 S is a
of concealing all that mass,
CO2, tax band� 241g/km, 37%
more entertaining steer,
staying brilliantly upright
while the M5?s increased
through fast corners.
price tag has moved it into the ?ring line of
Thanks to the M5?s traction, you can deploy
the supremely capable Porsche Panamera.
all 592bhp at any speed and in any gear with
So, before we can relinquish the M5 of its
virtually no drama. In fact, in some respects, it
crown, we?ll have to ?rst undertake one of the
feels like a softer and more luxurious version
most hotly anticipated group tests of the year.
of the Nissan GT-R sports car in the way that
it can effortlessly dispatch long stretches of
demanding country road in the blink of an eye.
SAYS
But does this detract from the M5?s
historically sharp-edged drive? In a way,
Incredibly fast, refined
yes. From a pure driver?s perspective, this
and unflappable, but not
is arguably the least engaging M5 yet. With
unshakable traction and an engine that
particularly engaging
works best in the lower half of its rev range,
it feels more like a long-distance tourer than
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FIRST DRIVE
DS 7 Crossback
The first bespoke model from
PSA?s premium brand promises
heaps of Gallic charm
On sale Now
Price from �,050
Neil Winn
Neil.Winn@haymarket.com
IT?S BEEN TWO years since PSA Group launched
DS, its ?premium? brand, and the DS range
has thus far consisted of rebadged former
Citro雗 models. However, the brand is
continues. Swathes of leather and chrome
determined to be taken seriously as a premium
cover the dash, but the most dominating
manufacturer and this new 7 Crossback is its
feature is a 12.0in infotainment touchscreen
?rst clean sheet design.
and customisable digital instrument display;
At ?rst sight, it certainly looks like an obvious currently, the Audi Q5 is the only rival with the
answer to the question: ?How can we sell more
latter. The infotainment system is relatively
cars in Europe?? It?s an SUV, for one. And, like a
responsive and mostly fuss-free, but other
number of others in the class, it makes use of
areas of the interior are less successful;
a large front grille, wide air intakes and a high
the lower reaches of the dashboard are
waistline that all work to give
covered in hard plastics and
BUYER?S FILE
the car a dominating look.
most of the ?chrome? is ?
DS 7 Crossback
And because DS is keen
whisper it ? plastic. That?s not
ideal in a car that can cost
to market the 7 Crossback as
Price
�,535
Engine
4cyl, 1997cc, diesel
nearly �,000.
a leader in technology, even
Power
178bhp @ 3750rpm
To drive, the 7 Crossback
the entry-level version
Torque
295lb ft at 2000rpm
is rather impressive. The
will come with active LED
Gearbox
8-spd automatic
2.0-litre diesel engine tested
headlights, which give a
0-62mph
9.9sec
here is both punchy and free
?welcoming animation? as the
Top speed
134mph
from vibration. And, thanks
car is unlocked. Magni?que.
Economy
57.6mpg (official average)�
to clever active suspension
Step inside and the
CO2, tax band 128g/km, 27%
(available from mid-range
upmarket ambience
Performance Line trim and above), it rides with
an impressive suppleness. Granted, that soft
ride does come at the expense of some lateral
control, with the car leaning rather heavily
through quicker corners, but it never feels
wayward or disconcerting.
Ultimately, DS has created a very capable
SUV. Yes, underlying material quality could
prevent it from mixing with more thoroughly
premium alternatives but, as an overall
package, DS has a compelling proposition
on its hands.
SAYS
A practical and dynamically
capable five-seat SUV, but
it?s not without its flaws
Bentley Continental GT
That the Continental GT is based on the same
underpinnings as the Porsche Panamera means
weight distribution is sportier than ever, with
New coup� aims to blend agility and comfort better than rivals
only 55% over the front wheels, so it?s agile
from Aston and Mercedes On sale March Price from �6,700
relative to its heft. Plus, its steering is smooth.
Our few criticisms concern the powertrain.
It?s some hardware, though. The Continental
Bentley?s W12 engine provides masses of shove,
Matt Prior
GT is powered by a 6.0-litre W12, driving all four albeit with less smoothness than the V12 of the
Matt.Prior@haymarket.com
wheels through an eight-speed automatic
DB11, but the calibration of accelerator inputs
gearbox. It rides on variable air suspension,
isn?t yet perfect. Neither is gearbox re?nement.
BENTLEY ASKS QUITE a lot of its Continental
with active anti-roll bars that slacken when
There are fewer issues with the interior,
GT; the four-seat coup� has to be a luxury
you?re mooching and stiffen up at speed.
which isn?t ?nished either, but you?d need
car and yet also a 200mph sports car. It?s
This all makes for a really
someone to point out where
the British brand?s take on, say, the Aston
BUYER?S FILE
appealing car to drive. Sure,
stitching doesn?t quite align.
Martin DB11 or Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coup�.
because it?s also a true luxury
It?s a paragon of luxury.
The model has performed its job well over
Bentley Continental GT
car, it comes in rather heavier Price
The infotainment system
the years but, naturally, this new version aims
�6,700
than the DB11 at 2.2 tonnes,
would be better served with a
to do it even better. There is a caveat, though:
Engine
W12, 5950cc, turbo, petrol
Gearbox
8-spd automatic
but it still manages to blend
rotary dial, but at least, unlike
at the time of writing, it?s not yet ?nished.
Power
626bhp @ 6000rpm
before, it be?ts a luxury car.
The hardware?s all there, but the engine and
a good ride with excellent
Torque
664lb ft @ 1350-4000rpm
At 4.8m, the Continental
gearbox in particular are still being ?ne-tuned.
body control.
0-60mph
3.6sec
GT is a little shorter than
Top speed
207mph
you might think, but it still
Economy
23.3mpg (official average)
has roomier rear seats and
CO2, tax band 278g/km, 37%
a bigger boot than the DB11.
While there?s still work to
be done, on this evidence, the new Continental
GT gets the blend between sports car and
luxury car just about right.
SAYS
Even in pre-production form,
this is a fine grand tourer
that?s sumptuous yet sporty
whatcar.com February 2018 | 33
FIRST DRIVE
Volkswagen Golf SV
Tall Golf receives a raft of updates to keep it near the front of
the compact MPV class On sale January Price from �,475
Neil Winn
Neil.Winn@haymarket.com
SOMETIMES, WE RARELY see a car again after
its launch. That can be because it?s built in tiny
numbers (most supercars), but more often
it?s because it belongs to a segment that?s in
decline. As a compact MPV, the Volkswagen
Golf SV falls into the latter camp; most people
don?t want a people carrier when a much more
stylish SUV can offer similar practicality.
So, why has Volkswagen decided to update
a car that not only overlaps with the likes of
the Tiguan SUV and Touran MPV models but
also sells in tiny numbers here in the UK? Well,
despite the market indicating otherwise, the
company still believes there?s a place for a wellequipped, dynamic and fuel-ef?cient MPV.
For 2018, the Golf SV has been given new
bumpers and optional LED headlights, for
a sharper, more aggressive look, plus a new
infotainment system and more safety features,
including automatic emergency braking.
Is that enough to snap buyers out of their
SUV mindset? Perhaps not, but the Golf SV
does have a few more tricks up its sleeve.
Being based on the regular Golf hatchback,
the Golf SV drives with a precision and control
RIVALS
BMW 2 Series
Active Tourer
Citro雗
C4 Picasso
Roomy, plush and
good to drive, but a
bit expensive.
Practical, well
equipped and
not bad to drive.
that is simply missing from rivals such as the
Citro雗 C4 Picasso and Renault Sc閚ic. Push on
Materials are plusher; touchscreen has grown from 6.5in
over demanding country roads and, due to the
Golf SV having a higher centre of gravity
than the standard Golf, there?s a touch more
lean through corners, but the balance of
body control and ride quality is well struck.
So far, we?ve had the opportunity to sample
the entry-level 1.0-litre petrol engine with
108bhp and the 1.5-litre petrol in both its
128bhp and 148bhp states of tune.
The more powerful of the 1.5 TSIs impresses
with its low-down grunt and willingness
to rev, and it feels particularly peppy when
paired with the slick optional seven-speed
DSG automatic gearbox (a six-speed manual
SV is good to drive, handling with more poise than rivals
is standard). However, it?s
more expensive to buy and
However, it still remains
BUYER?S FILE
fractionally less economical
behind its rivals in terms
Volkswagen Golf SV
than the lesser 1.5, so that
of practicality; it isn?t as
1.5 TSI 150 GT
?exible with its space as
engine would be our choice.
Price
�,570
the C4 Picasso, because
The 1.0 TSI is more of
Engine
4cyls,1498cc,turbo,petrol
Power
148bhp @ 5000-6000rpm
its three rear seats aren?t
a disappointment. With
Torque
184lb ft @ 1500-3500rpm
individual, and although
just 118bhp, there?s a real
Gearbox
7-spd automatic�
you can maximise boot space
shortage of grunt that
0-62mph
8.8sec
by sliding the rear seats
doesn?t sit well in a car that?s
Top speed
132mph
forwards, they only slide
designed to carry family
Economy
55.4mpg (official average)
in a 60/40 con?guration.
and luggage. We certainly
CO2, tax band 118g/km, 22%�
So, the Golf SV offers a
wouldn?t want to drive it
compelling combination of
on steep Alpine passes.
good space, a decent drive, great build quality
Inside, nicer materials are immediately
and frugal engines. But, as with all MPVs, its
noticeable, but the biggest news is the arrival of
VW?s Discover Pro infotainment system. A giant place in the market is rapidly disappearing,
and this update will do little to change that.
9.2in touchscreen dominated the dashboard of
our test car (an 8.0in is likely to be standard),
creating a distinctly upmarket ambience. But
SAYS
while this looks great, it?s rather distracting
to use while driving because, unlike the 8.0in
Spacious, decent to drive and
screen, it isn?t ?anked by any physical buttons.
well built, but not as versatile
The Golf SV provides a huge amount of head
room in the front and rear seats and plenty of
as the best of its MPV rivals
leg room for tall adults, plus its wide-opening
rear doors are perfect for ?tting child seats.
whatcar.com February 2018 | 35
NEWS
Buyers of new diesels hit
with tax hikes from 2018
First-year road tax and the surcharge on diesel company cars will go up until 2020
TAXES ON NEW diesel-engined cars will be
increased from next April, as part of measures
to cut air pollution announced in the autumn
budget by chancellor Philip Hammond.
New diesels will automatically move up
by one band for ?rst-year road tax (VED)
unless they can conform to a strict new
real-world emissions test. However, the
so-called Real Driving Emissions (RDE) Step
2 test ? which measures a car?s emissions
on real roads ? won?t start or become a legal
requirement until 2020.
That means buyers of new diesels will be
forced to pay more road tax until 2020 ?
considerably more, in some cases.
Diesel cars that emit between 91g/km and
100g/km of CO2 will now attract a ?rst-year
road tax rate of �5 ? up � on today?s
?gure ? while those that emit 111-130g/km will
be taxed �5 in the ?rst year, a rise of �.
Cars with a CO2 output of 131-150g/km will
incur a �5 ?rst-year road tax burden ? well
up on the current ?gure of �5.
Although Hammond said next-generation,
cleaner diesel engines designed to pass the RDE
Step 2 test would be exempt from the tax hike,
36 | February 2018 whatcar.com
car makers will ?nd it extremely dif?cult to
fast-track their development by next April.
The company car tax surcharge for new
diesels will also rise, from 3% to 4%.
The rise only applies to cars, with vans and
lorries unaffected.
CLEAN AIR ZONES
The increase in diesel taxes will be used to fund
a new �0 million pot for tackling air quality.
Local councils will be able to use the money to
fund a raft of air quality measures announced
earlier this year, including new clean air zones.
?We owe it to our children to make sure the
air they breathe is clean,? said Hammond.
Some industry insiders say the extra charges
will spell the end for diesel cars. In fact,
research by Confused.com has shown that
just 12% of drivers would currently consider
buying a new diesel car.
However, government U-turns and public
confusion over diesel cars has led to a rise in
discounts; recent research by What Car? has
found that savings on diesel cars are on average
25.6% higher than their petrol counterparts.
It?s likely that these discounts will continue
until diesels are able to meet RDE Step 2.
EXTRA SUPPORT FOR ELECTRIC CARS
Discounts on diesels are soaring due to buyers? wariness
Hammond also announced a new
�0m fund to grow the UK?s charging
network for electric vehicles, as well as
�0m in extra funding to support the
current grants for hybrid and electric cars
until at least 2020.
The current law surrounding bene?t-in-kind
tax will also be clari?ed, said Hammond, so
that people who charge their electric cars at
work won?t be charged more.
TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE being
trialled on one of Britain?s
busiest motorways in a bid
to ease congestion.
Highways England has
announced it will start a
�million trial on a link road
at the junction of the M6 and
M62 in Cheshire.The move is
aimed at easing traffic queues
at the Croft interchange,
where Junction 21A of the M6
meets Junction 10 of the M62.
Currently, traffic lights are
used to moderate traffic
joining motorways from slip
roads, but this new trial aims
to help traffic flow.
The scheme arrives as new
figures show traffic on UK roads
has hit record levels.
Alongside the new traffic
lights system will be information
signs and variable speed limits
on the M62.
Highways England says these
measures will ?provide smoother
traffic flows?.
A spokesman for the
organisation said:?This is
an opportunity to combine
existing technology and traffic
management systems in a
novel way to see whether
we can give drivers using
the frequently congested
eastbound M62 lower journey
times during peak hours.
?If the trial is successful, it
could well be used on other
motorway-to-motorway link
roads across the country.?
THE
NEWS
IN
NUMBERS
610,000
Motorway traf?c lights
trial to ease congestion
Number of
miles? worth of
salt ready for
motorways this
winter, says
the Highways
Agency
2.2%
The rise in UK
traffic in 2016,
equating to
324bn miles
driven
Traffic light flow management could be applied elsewhere if the trial is a success
Self-driving cars without a human
behind the wheel will be allowed to run
freely on UK roads from 2021.
The move will be achieved by removing
current legal constraints and overhauling
insurance policies.
In the US, Google?s self-driving
technology ?rm, Waymo,
recently announced
an autonomous
taxi service in
Phoenix, Arizona,
without anyone
behind the wheel.
2.15m
Number of
speeding
offences
in 2016,
28,000 more
than in 2015
Big increase in
road tax evasion
THE ABOLITION OF the paper tax disc has
contributed to a threefold increase in the
number of untaxed vehicles on UK roads.
It?s estimated that this equates to a tax revenue
loss of as much as �7 million per year.
Latest ?gures from the Department for
Transport show that 1.8% of vehicles in the
UK were untaxed in 2017, compared with
1.4% in 2015 and 0.6% in 2013, the year before
the Government did away with the paper
tax disc. This ?gure equates to more than
755,000 vehicles now being driven untaxed.
When the paper tax disc was discontinued
in October 2014, the Government estimated it
would face a loss of � million while vehicle
owners adjusted to the change. However, the
losses are more than 10 times higher.
?It appears that having a visual reminder
was an effective way to prompt drivers into
renewing their tax,? said an RAC spokesman.
?Arguably, more drivers are now prepared
to try their luck and see if they can get away
with not paying any vehicle tax at all, or are
simply forgetting to retax their vehicle.?
Diesels charged
more to park
ISLINGTON IN NORTH London is the latest
borough to introduce a parking surcharge
for diesel car drivers, who will have to pay
an extra �per hour from January 2018 in
a bid to improve air quality.
A diesel surcharge is already in place for
resident parking, and this will continue along
with the new charge for short-stay parking.
Westminster City Council announced a
similar parking scheme trial earlier this year
for pre-2015 diesels. That levy charges visiting
diesel drivers an extra �40 per hour to park.
14%
Proportion of
RAC callouts
that are for
yre punctures
Diesel drivers now have to pay extra to park in Islington
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Nissan Leaf
Will the new Leaf EV?s
sharper styling and
greater range impress?
Kris Culmer
Kris.Culmer@haymarket.com
THE ORIGINAL NISSAN Leaf was the ?rst truly
mass-market electric vehicle (EV). Since its
launch in 2011, more than 20,000 examples
have been sold in the UK; that means nearly
half of all EVs on our roads are Leafs.
But it had its limitations, and with more
manufacturers readying EVs of their own, it
was time for Nissan to turn over a new Leaf.
The new car is intended to be a genuine
Ford Focus challenger, rather than just a quirky
choice, with conventional styling, more interior
space, better handling and, vitally, a longer
range. Nissan claims up to 235 miles between
charges ? 81 more than before. An 80% charge
from a fast charger takes about 40 minutes.
The Leaf also gets a new e-Pedal mode, which
strengthens the regenerative braking enough
to let you stop just by lifting off the accelerator.
The Leaf will go on sale in early 2018, priced
from �,490. Will it be a game-changer?
42 | February 2018 whatcar.com
CHRIS SHIPLEY
Age 59
Job Solicitor
Drives BMW 5 Series
?I?m interested in electric cars because of their
fuel economy and zero emissions, and I?m on
the waiting list for the 2019 Tesla Model 3.
?I wouldn?t have given the original Leaf a
second look, because I don?t like its styling
and it?s range isn?t enough. But the new Leaf
is a major improvement in several areas. Its
Chris likes the new
Leaf?s range but still isn?t
convinced by the looks
styling is better ? although it still doesn?t
appeal ? and its realistic range of around 180
miles is impressive. I think I?ll feel completely
comfortable with an electric car once
200 miles is the norm; I don?t ever want
to compromise my driving style because
I?m always thinking about the battery.
?There?s some state-of-the-art technology
on show, too; I like the ProPilot semiautonomous features, although I?m not sure
about the one-pedal-driving e-Pedal mode.
?The interior is well laid out and seems
solidly put together, and the Leaf?s pricing
seems competitive. I like the sound of
Tekna trim, but I?d have to add leather seats.
?However, while there are big
improvements to the Leaf, I?m struggling
to get excited about it compared with its
near-future rivals. The whole Leaf package
feels competent rather than outstanding.
Still, it feels new-age and a new starting
point for Nissan.?
GEOFF WATKINS
Age 35
Job Driving instructor
Drives Nissan Leaf
Touchscreen is functional but not the sharpest around
As with all EVs, the Leaf has a single-speed gearbox
?My Leaf has met every
expectation and beyond. It?s a
lovely place to spend the day,
my clients ?nd it easy to drive,
and range is as hoped. I tend to
charge it every day and can get
100 miles of driving in with
charge left over. Because of
the minimal running costs,
it?s worked out hugely bene?cial
for my business; I?d never go
back to a petrol car now.
?The extra range of the new car
will be a big factor. People have a
perception that EVs limit them
to local journeys, which will be
even less true with the of?cial
235-mile range, and the UK?s
charging infrastructure is
growing all the time.
?The styling of the new Leaf is
a big improvement; one of my
biggest issues with my car is
that its look is an acquired taste.
?The new e-Pedal mode seems
like a great idea, and I?m glad
that the brake lights come on
when you?re using it. It seems
more than a novelty.
?The driver?s seat in the
outgoing Leaf doesn?t go down
quite as low as taller drivers
would like. Thankfully, that has
been improved in the new car,
although the steering wheel still
doesn?t have much adjustment.?
?There?s more head room than
in the old Leaf? Geoff Watkins
Leaf?s brake lights come on when you use e-Pedal mode
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EV convert Geoff feels the new Leaf?s interior is roomier and of higher quality
JEREMY KENNETT
Age 48
Job Local
government officer
Drives Hyundai i10
?I?d be interested in an electric
or hybrid car when the time
comes to replace my i10.
?A realistic range of around
180 miles is absolutely ?ne;
on most days, I never do more
than 100 miles, and for longer
journeys you can plan a top-up
on the way. A charging time of
around 40 minutes is doable; you
could just have a coffee break.
?This car could serve very
well as a family car. Its boot is
bigger than the Nissan Qashqai
SUV?s and the seats are very
comfortable, with plenty of
space. The middle seat isn?t great,
though, with a hump in the ?oor.
?The technology is just
amazing, especially the ProPilot
system, which can steer,
accelerate and brake to keep you
safely in a lane on the motorway.
?I think the interior layout
is very logical and clear, and
the driving position is good.
The infotainment touchscreen
is clear and reacts quickly.
Material quality is really good;
I was pleasantly surprised.
?The styling is a massive
improvement; I like that the
Micra-like design doesn?t make it
look like it?s meant to be a green
car like the frumpy original Leaf.?
Practicality is important to Jeremy and he?s impressed with the Leaf?s spacious boot
whatcar.com February 2018 | 43
ADVICE
How to
spec a
VW Golf
Photography: John Bradshaw
For many, the Volkswagen Golf is
the de facto family hatchback. As
a result, it?s consistently one of the
best-selling cars in the UK, despite
facing strong competition from
rivals such as the Skoda Octavia
and Vauxhall Astra. Thanks to its
classy image, the Golf can even
be considered as an alternative
to premium models such as the
Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series.
The Golf makes a great case
for itself as an all-rounder with
engaging driving manners, a comfy
ride and a spacious, well-equipped
interior. Although its infotainment
system could be easier to use, the
Golf fully justi?es the full ?ve-star
rating that we?ve awarded it. With
so many Golf variants to choose
from, though, here?s how to ?nd
the one that suits you best.
1
Our recommended SE
Navigation model comes
with sat-nav, as well as 16in
alloy wheels, Apple CarPlay,
automatic lights and wipers,
front and rear parking
sensors, auto emergency
braking and adaptive
cruise control.
4
1
2
BEST BUY
Volkswagen Golf 1.5 TSI Evo 130
SE Navigation 5dr
List price �,790
Target Price �,902
Options we?d add Metallic paint
(�0), climate control (�5),
front foglights (�5)
Cost of recommended options
�30
44 | February 2018 whatcar.com
2
Adding front foglights
will cost you �5. This
might seem overly cautious,
but you?ll be grateful that
you did in colder months,
when dense fog or snow can
seriously limit how far
in front of the car
you can see.
3
?The Golf is one of our
favourite family cars.
It?s brilliant to drive and
competitively priced?
Equipping the Golf with a
digital instrument cluster
replaces its conventional
dials with a con?gurable
screen. It?s useful, too,
because it can put the sat-nav
map in front of your eyes ?
but it?s an expensive
choice, at �5.
3
5
4
You don?t get climate
control as standard on the
Golf until you get to GTE
models and above, but you
can add it for �5. For the
added comfort it brings,
including an allergen
?lter, it?s an option
we?d choose.
For �25, you
can get an upgraded
9.2in touchscreen
with DVD player and
gesture control, but the
experience is poor, so
we?d steer clear.
5
At �0, upgrading to
metallic paint won?t break
the bank and can increase
the resale value of your car.
In the Golf?s case, there are
seven colours to choose from.
You can pay more for a
wider choice, but we
wouldn?t bother.
whatcar.com February 2018 | 45
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Tracy?s Fiesta had repaired
damage, with a new door badly
repainted and fitted (see inset)
Buyer not told of repaired damage
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In March 2017, I bought a 2012 Ford Fiesta
from Catalina of Stanningley in Leeds. I paid
�00 for the car, which had two previous
owners and had covered 30,281 miles. It
came with a 128-point AA check, a new MOT
certificate, one year?s membership of the AA
and a warranty for certain parts for one year.
Within six weeks, the car?s water pump
broke; this was replaced under warranty. The
front brake pads wore out after three months;
the dealer said these could not be replaced
under warranty, so I had to pay for them. When
I queried how they could wear out so quickly
after the car had passed its MOT test, I was
told that the car must have picked up stones
from the road that had caused damage and
made the pads wear out quickly.
Towards the end of September, I noticed
that the passenger door had some rust spots
and nicks in the paint right on its edge. So
I took the car to a body shop and was told
the passenger door was a replacement that
appeared to have been fitted because the
car had been in an accident. According to
the shop, the door, which was originally red,
had been badly resprayed and not hung
correctly; it was rubbing on the body of the
car and chipping the paint. I was told the
door would need refitting to stop it from
rubbing and respraying to stop it from
rusting. This work would cost �0.
I contacted Catalina by phone to complain.
It said it didn?t know about the car being in an
accident, that it had sold the car to me ?as is?
and that there was no point phoning again.
I then phoned the AA?s vehicle check team,
which told me that because the checks were
carried out via Catalina, it couldn?t help and
wasn?t liable for not noticing that the door
was a replacement.
I recalled that the car had actually initially
failed its AA check because the window
motor in the passenger door didn?t work.
Catalina repaired this, so I believed it would
have seen that the door had been resprayed.
I therefore registered a complaint with the
Leeds trading standards office. I also sent a
letter to Catalina asking for a �00 refund
because I didn?t believe the car was worth
the money I paid for it, and to make up for
what I?ve had to pay for remedial work.
Catalina replied with a letter saying it was
not aware that the car ?had a repair to its
bodywork? and that the faulty part had been
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a window switch.?As we didn?t fit a motor, just
a switch, we wouldn?t have been able to see
the damage detailed in your pictures,? it said.
Catalina is now not answering my calls and
I don?t know what to do next. Can you help?
Tracy Holroyd-Smith
WHAT CAR? SAYS?
In our opinion, the fact that
the car is rusting and requires
repairs seven months after
purchase suggests it wasn?t
in great condition when
sold. This doesn?t ?t the
description of the car in
the original online advert,
which read: ?Very wellmaintained example
in excellent condition.?
What Car? therefore believes
that Tracy should look into her
rights under the Consumer Rights Act
2015, which covers situations in which
goods may not be as described and/or
be of satisfactory quality. However, it should
be noted that complaints about cars with
minor damage repairs are hard to resolve.
Should a low-mileage driver go
for a petrol or diesel used car?
I?m considering a 2014-2015 Hyundai i30.
My annual mileage is about 5000 miles
and most of my journeys are less than
10 miles. I also go shopping about twice a
month 10-15 miles away, mainly driving on
roads with a speed limit of 40mph or more.
Is a petrol engine most suitable for me, or
would a modern diesel be suitable, too?
My main concern is the car?s diesel
particulate filter (DPF) getting blocked due
to the short length of most of my trips. I?m
also concerned about the recent negative
publicity around diesel-engined cars.
If you don?t think I?ll have any problems
with a diesel i30, I will certainly consider
one because of the better fuel economy,
low CO2 emissions and cheaper road tax.
Richard Gate
use less fuel and it?s road tax-free, whereas
the 1.4 petrol?s VED is �5 per year.
Also, the current negativity around
diesels is affecting second-hand values, so
you might get a better deal on a diesel i30.
However, while the diesel i30 will be more
frugal and exempt from road tax, bear in
mind that many UK cities are proposing
clean air zones, which charge diesels with
pre-Euro 6 emissions standards entry or ban
them entirely. The i30 is Euro 5-compliant.
?Many UK cities are
proposing zones that
charge diesels entry
or ban them entirely?
WHAT CAR SAYS?
Modern diesel cars are ?tted
with a DPF to prevent harmful
emissions being pumped out
of the exhaust. This can get
blocked over time if a car isn?t
driven above 40mph for at
least 15 minutes every month
or so and can cost thousands to
replace if irreparably damaged.
However, this is only a
potential issue if the car isn?t
regularly driven on faster roads;
your shopping trips should be
enough to keep the DPF clear.
There are good reasons to
choose a diesel i30: the 1.6 will Too many short trips in a diesel i30 could cause the DPF to block up
Catalina says it was unaware of the damaged
door and had done all the usual tests, including
a Cap HPI check that had come back clear,
indicating the car had not been written off
and then repaired. Repaired minor accident
damage doesn?t show up on any database.
Although Catalina isn?t signed
up to The Motor Ombudsman?s
Codes of Practice, we contacted
the government-backed
organisation to ask how
one of its member
dealerships would be
expected to behave in
these circumstances.
It stated that any
dealership signed up to its
Vehicle Sales Code would
be required to tell a potential
buyer ?all information that
might in?uence their decision
at the point of sale?.
The Motor Ombudsman continued:
?If this was one of our accredited businesses,
we?d be looking at goodwill (payment) to
re?ect that the repair was poor and to
recognise the buyer?s disappointment.?
We wrote to Catalina, pointing out that the
Fiesta doesn?t appear to have been as described
and the repair was not of satisfactory quality.
Catalina replied with a phone call, during
which it stated that Tracy should have taken
the car back to Catalina to have the door
repaired, because it could have done it for
less than the price she?d paid. However,
Catalina had not contacted Tracy about this.
Catalina added that Tracy wasn?t charged
the full price for the brake pads; the bill for
� only covered the cost of the parts and not
labour. While this may be true, brake pads for
her car are widely available for less than �.
We later received a letter from Catalina
stating: ?Ms Holroyd-Smith inspected the
car before the purchase and was satis?ed. We
can?t offer information regarding the alleged
historic accident damage if we weren?t aware
of it. In our opinion, we?ve done everything
for this customer regarding the repairs and
she hasn?t brought the vehicle for us to look
at, only sent pictures, which potentially
could have been of another vehicle, not hers.?
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COMPARISON
Fighting fire
with ?re
BMW?s new X3 SUV will have to be outstanding
to beat the class-leading Audi Q5 and Land
Rover?s Discovery Sport. Let?s see if it is
Photography: John Bradshaw
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THE CONTENDERS
Audi Q5
2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic
List price �,085
Target Price �,673
The one to beat, with a fine
combination of practicality,
comfort and quality.
NEW
BMW X3
xDrive20d M Sport
List price �,380
Target Price �,673
Latest incarnation of the X3 is
lighter and more efficient than
before, with more technology.
Land Rover Discovery Sport
2.0 SD4 HSE
List price �,095
Target Price �,591
The oldest car here but far from
long in the tooth. Now has a
punchier diesel engine, too.
THERE?S A PHENOMENON on the
big and small screen called X-Men.
If you haven?t got a clue what we?re
on about, it?s a franchise based
on Marvel Comics characters.
It?s popular, too; the last movie
grossed more than half a billion
dollars. The protagonists are all
mutants with superhero powers ?
which leads us neatly on to the
phenomenon of SUVs and the
new BMW X3.
It?s based on the 3 Series. But
being longer, taller and wider than
BMW?s popular executive saloon
makes the X3 a bit of a mutant, too,
begging the question: does it have
any superpowers? Well, it?s lighter,
more ef?cient and bristling with
new technology compared with
the previous X3, but is that talent
enough to make it a hero?
The latest Audi Q5 is a tough
opponent. Introduced earlier this
year and based on the A4 (but
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COMPARISON
longer, taller, wider? you know
the drill), the Q5?s blend of space,
re?nement, interior quality and
ride comfort makes it the current
go-to premium SUV for anyone
with around �,000 to spend.
And don?t forget the
manufacturer at the vanguard
of this premium SUV caper:
Land Rover. The Discovery Sport
isn?t based on a saloon, and
its ?repower is enhanced by a
powerful new diesel engine.
Being the only one of our trio with
a super-practical tally of seven
seats, it shouldn?t be ruled out.
DRIVING
Performance, ride, handling,
refinement
With Land Rover?s 178bhp 2.0-litre
diesel engine ?tted, we?ve often
grumbled about the Discovery
Sport?s performance; ?just about
adequate but well behind rivals?
sums it up. With 237bhp, this new
twin-turbocharged 2.0-litre engine
addresses that problem splendidly.
Sure, the nine-speed automatic
gearbox?s hesitancy when pulling
away from traf?c lights or onto a
roundabout neuters it at times,
but the engine delivers plenty of
punch once you?re up and running.
In fact, this unit?s extra 50bhp
over the 187bhp 2.0-litre diesel
engines in both the Q5 and X3
makes the Discovery Sport the
quickest car here. The difference
isn?t like night and day, though;
while the Discovery Sport will
sprint from 0-60mph in 7.9sec,
the Q5 is just 0.1sec behind and the
X3 the same again after that. The
disparity in rolling acceleration
from 30-70mph is slightly more
signi?cant, with the Q5 and X3
trailing the Discovery Sport by
0.3sec and 0.5sec respectively. But
in truth, all three cars can whizz
you down the motorway in a
stress-free manner and are plenty
gutsy enough to nip past dawdling
Sunday drivers on a B-road.
We?ve already mentioned the
Discovery Sport?s dim-witted
gearbox, but it isn?t the only
car here with foibles in that
department. The Q5, which uses
a seven-speed dual-clutch ?box
(rather than the traditional
automatics in the others), is a bit
jerky in stop-start traf?c and at
parking speeds. Like the Discovery
Sport?s, it changes smoothly once
the car is on the move, though.
By contrast, the eight-speed
automatic in the X3 is a gem.
Smoother than the Q5?s at slow
speeds and more responsive than
the Discovery Sport?s when pulling
out of junctions, it?s hard to fault.
All three give you the ?exibility to
change gear manually by pulling
paddles behind the steering wheel,
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AUDI Q5
PERFORMANCE
Weather conditions Damp/ drying
0-60mph
8.0sec
Top
speed
135mph
Acceleration
30-70mph
in kickdown 8.7sec
30-50mph
in kickdown 3.4sec
Balance of ride and handling is the best here; the Q5 is comfy and nimble in corners
Noise at 30mph 59.4dB
0
100
Noise at 70mph 63.9dB
0
100
Turning circle 11.7m
BMW X3
50-70mph
in kickdown 5.3sec
Braking
30-0mph 8.2m
70-0mph 45.5m
PERFORMANCE
0-60mph
8.1sec
Top
speed
132mph
Acceleration
30-70mph
in kickdown 8.9sec
30-50mph
in kickdown 3.4sec
Agile X3 offers the most enjoyment for keen drivers; its ride is mostly compliant, too
Noise at 30mph 59.3dB
0
100
Noise at 70mph 65.8dB
0
100
50-70mph
in kickdown 5.5sec
Braking
30-0mph 8.1m
70-0mph 47.9m
Turning circle 12.0m
LAND ROVER DISCOVERY SPORT
PERFORMANCE
0-60mph
7.9sec
Acceleration
30-70mph
in kickdown 8.4sec
30-50mph
in kickdown 3.2sec
There?s a fair bit of body lean in corners and the ride is less composed than rivals?
Noise at 30mph 60.2dB
0
100
Noise at 70mph 67.1dB
0
100
Turning circle 11.9m
50-70mph
in kickdown 5.2sec
Braking
30-0mph 9.1m
70-0mph 51.4m
Top
speed
127mph
Audi Q5 vs BMW X3 vs Land Rover Discovery Sport
?The Q5 is the most cultured ? typically
deathly quiet in all respects?
?The X3 proves to be balanced and
relatively playful on a country road?
?Fluid, accurate and nicely weighted
steering is a Discovery Sport highlight?
in which mode the Q5 responds
the most snappily.
Overall, the Q5 is the most
cultured car here. Its engine is
easily the quietest, it has by far
the least wind noise ? at most, you
hear a light ?utter at speed from
over the door mirrors ? and it is
typically deathly quiet in terms of
road noise. Over coarse surfaces,
its tyres peak with more drone
than the X3?s, though.
The X3 runs the Q5 closest for
serenity inside, but it suffers with
a bit more wind bluster from its
door mirrors and its engine is
de?nitely grumblier. That?s true
at tickover or when accelerating,
at which point you hear whistling
from its turbocharger as well.
Both the Germans demonstrably
outclass the Brit for re?nement,
though. The Discovery Sport?s
engine is the most grumbly and
there?s a lot more wind and road
noise at cruising speeds.
While the Q5 will tow the most
(2400kg, versus 2200kg and
2000kg for the Discovery Sport
and X3 respectively), the Land
Rover can handle off-road terrain
with the greatest aplomb. To help
you in the rough stuff, all three
cars have four-wheel drive and hill
descent control, but Land Rover?s
system is more advanced, while
its Terrain Response feature lets
you optimise the four-wheel
drive system for different surfaces,
such as grass, gravel or snow.
The Discovery Sport has the
most ground clearance, too.
What about on-road handling?
Well, the Discovery Sport?s ?uid,
accurate and nicely weighted
steering is its highlight ? the best
here, actually. There?s less ?nesse
elsewhere, though. It?s certainly
surefooted, but it leans the most
acutely through corners and runs
out of grip soonest, being the
tallest and heaviest car here.
The X3 is the opposite; by SUV
standards, it?s quite fun to drive.
Initially, the steering?s weight feels
slightly inconsistent (our car had
the �0 optional variable sport
steering), but you quickly overlook
this when you discover how
balanced and relatively playful the
X3 is along a country road.
And the Q5? Try threading it
along a back road and it?s arguably
less enjoyable than the X3, but
that?s really because it?s so well
sorted. It has the largest reserves
of grip and composure, so even
when scything through an
S-bend at speed, it remains the
most stable. Its steering is the
slowest, so you need to apply
quite a lot of lock to get around
tight corners, but once you do,
the front end bites hardest.
Despite riding on big, optional
20in alloy wheels (�0), our Q5
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COMPARISON
was also supremely comfortable ?
easily the best-riding of the three.
Its pillowy ride can be put down
to the optional adaptive dampers
?tted (the no-cost optional sport
suspension is noticeably ?rmer).
When switched to Comfort mode,
the adaptive set-up soothes you
across rippled motorways and
general road scars. True, in town
it thuds a bit over cavernous
potholes, but it never jars.
Here?s the snag: Audi has now
deleted this suspension option.
So, if you value ride comfort
highly, we?d steer you towards the
pricier (�00) air suspension
instead. This rewards you by
ramping up the cosseting another
notch, making the Q5 one of the
most comfortable cars in any class.
Also upgraded with adaptive
dampers (�0) but on smaller,
19in wheels, the X3 rides
pretty well most of the time,
too, although not nearly as
consistently as the Q5. It copes
with most lumps and bumps
ably but bobs up and down over
dimpled surfaces at times.
Still, it?s better than the
Discovery Sport. Despite also
being on optional (�0) adaptive
suspension, it displays the same
?dget as the X3 but with more
?ex in its chassis, spawning a
disruptive shimmy through the
body as well. It?s also bounciest
over undulations and will crash
and bang over speed bumps unless
you slow right down, whereas
the other two waft. However, its
ride, despite being the least well
resolved, is rarely uncomfortable.
AUDI Q5
1 All three feel classy
inside, but Q5 goes
the extra mile. Superb
materials abound,
mixed with delightfully
precise switches
3
1
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3 Audi?s excellent
configurable Virtual
Cockpit digital
instrument panel is
part of the �95
Technology Pack
2
BMW X3
1 Barring a couple of
areas, the X3 matches
the Q5?s quality, with
real aluminium trims
and liberal use of
soft-touch materials
3
1
2 All our contenders
offer superb driving
positions, although
the X3?s sports seats
don?t have standard
lumbar adjustment
BEHIND THE WHEEL
Driving position, visibility,
build quality
It?s wonderful to ?nd positives in
life, so it?s our pleasure to report
on three restful, easily adjustable
driving positions. Each of our
contenders gets a wide array of
seat adjustments; you have to
make most of the adjustments
manually on the Q5, but its seat
has an extendable squab that
you can angle to provide added
thigh support, as well as four-way
electric lumbar support. In the
X3, a manually adjustable driver?s
seat with an extendable squab
is also standard, but adjustable
lumbar support costs �0 extra.
However, our X3 had optional
(�0) electric seat adjustment.
In the Discovery Sport, a 10-way
electrically adjustable driver?s seat
and lumbar support are standard.
When looking to split hairs, this
earns it the nod from us.
All have good relationships
between their seats, pedals and
height and reach-adjustable
steering wheels, so you?re aligned
2 Manual sports seats
with four-way electric
lumbar support are
standard with S line
trim. They hold you in
place well in corners
3 As in the Q5,
there is the option of
digital dials (�0),
but they aren?t as
configurable as the
Audi equivalent
2
LAND ROVER DISCOVERY SPORT
BEST
DRIVING
POSITION
3
1
2
1 Design is more
functional than in
the other two and the
materials not up to the
same standard, but
build quality is sound
2 This is the best
driving position here
? mainly because
the comfortable seat
comes with 10-way
electric adjustment
3 The analogue
instruments are clear;
the screen between
shows additional info,
but cycling through the
menus is a tad fiddly
Audi Q5 vs BMW X3 vs Land Rover Discovery Sport
INFOTAINMENT
The standard 7.0in screen is
operated by a rotary controller
by the gear selector. It?s
dead easy, with slick, intuitive
menus and dynamic route
guidance, which takes traffic
into account.The optional
�95 Technology Pack adds
an 8.3in screen (pictured)
and a touchpad for entering
addresses with your finger.You
also get wireless smartphone
charging and high-speed
internet access.The standard
subwoofer-equipped hi-fi
sounds decent, too.
WHAT YOU GET
Audi Q5
2.0 TDI quattro S line
Display
size
Sat-nav
DAB
radio
7.0in
* Part of Comfort and Sound Pack
Standard Not available
Wireless Bluetooth Apple
phone
CarPlay
charging
�5
Android Emergency Concierge Speakers Upgraded
Auto
SOS
service
sound
response
system
10
�95*
INFOTAINMENT
BEST
SYSTEM
BMW?s latest iDrive software
in top-spec Professional guise
is standard with M Sport
trim. Operated via a rotary
controller (which incorporates
handwriting recognition as
well) or the high-definition,
wide-aspect touchscreen, it?s a
breeze to get to grips with.You
can even add gesture control
(�0), to operate it using midair hand movements, and a
concierge service (�0), while
online services are standard.
The punchy-sounding stereo
should please most listeners.
WHAT YOU GET
BMW X3
xDrive20d M Sport
Display
size
Sat-nav
DAB
radio
Standard Not available
10.25in
Wireless Bluetooth Apple
phone
CarPlay
charging
�0
Android Emergency Concierge Speakers Upgraded
Auto
SOS
service
sound
response
system
�0
6
�0
INFOTAINMENT
naturally when you?re at their
helms. Their wide central and
door armrests also let you rest
contentedly as the hours at the
wheel ?y by.
The Discovery Sport has the
fattest windscreen pillars, slightly
hindering visibility through tight
corners, but it also has the loftiest
seating position of the three. All
come with sizeable door mirrors
to let you see what?s drawing up
alongside, plus standard front
and rear parking sensors. A rearview camera is standard on the
Discovery Sport and X3 and a �0
option on the Q5 ? handy when
backing into snug spaces.
What about quality? After all,
these are premium SUVs, so you
expect higher standards than in
cheaper cars with less soughtafter badges. Certainly, you get
the plushness you deserve in the
Q5. It has the classiest interior,
and not just because the materials
look and feel great, with squishy
plastics on key touch points and
aluminium trim to add some
extra zest. It?s the details that set it
apart, such as the way the switches
function; they click so satisfyingly
that you?d be forgiven for thinking
they?ve been made by Rolex.
Again, you get real aluminium
trim in the X3 and the rich-looking
plastics on all the key surfaces are
bang on the money. It?s just behind
the Q5 for ?t and ?nish, but not by
enough to drop it a star.
Finally, the Discovery Sport.
Now, it?s the oldest car here and
feels the most utilitarian, but
that?s in keeping with the brand?s
rugged image. Does that make it
less plush inside? Yes, especially
when you notice a few more
brittle-looking plastics around the
infotainment screen, but it?s still
robustly screwed together.
USED ALTERNATIVE
The Discovery Sport?s standard
infotainment is easily the worst
here. Its 8.0in screen offers
the least clarity, it?s slow to
respond to inputs and, being
touch-operated only with small
icons, it?s the most distracting
to use.The upgraded system
(pictured) is more responsive
and has a 10.0in screen, but
it?s still not as good as the
others and costs �45.
That does include an 825W,
16-speaker sound system,
although the standard 380W
system is pretty good already.
2016 Audi Q7
The Q5?s bigger brother makes
a hugely tempting alternative
to any of these three. It?s our
favourite luxury SUV, with
seven seats and a cavernous,
beautifully made interior. When
a one-year-old Q7 3.0 TDI SE
with less than 10,000 miles on
the clock can now be had for
the price of any of the three
new cars in this comparison,
it seems hard to resist.
WHAT YOU GET
Land Rover Disc Sport
2.0 SD4 HSE
Display
size
Sat-nav
DAB
radio
8.0in
* Part of Entertainment Pack
Standard Not available
Wireless Bluetooth Apple
phone
CarPlay
charging
Android Emergency Concierge Speakers Upgraded
service
sound
Auto
SOS
system
response
10 + sub
�45*
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COMPARISON
AUDI Q5
SPACE AND PRACTICALITY
Front space, rear space,
seating flexibility, boot
BEST
BOOT
Unless you?re nudging past six
and a half feet tall, you?ll ?t easily
in the front of any of these cars.
Being the only car here with a
standard panoramic roof, the
Discovery Sport has the least head
room, and its front seats don?t
slide back as far as the others?.
But even so, it?s still generously
proportioned. Storage is good
across the board, with each car
offering decent-sized gloveboxes
and door bins, plus cupholders
and oddment cubbies.
Move to the rear seats and some
variance creeps in. The Q5 is a
fraction better for leg room and
the X3 for head room, but both are
more than spacious enough for
two six-footers. Meanwhile, the
Discovery Sport has noticeably
more rear leg room than the
others and, along with the Q5, has
the joint-widest rear seat area.
A tall central tunnel in the Q5
limits foot space for the middle
passenger, though, so the mere
pimple-like hump in the Discovery
Sport?s ?oor makes it the best for
carrying three in the back.
The rear seats in the Q5 are ?xed
as standard, but for the palatable
price of �0 you can swap them
for sliding and reclining rear seats
? a real boon for rear passenger
comfort or augmenting boot
space. You can?t have a sliding
rear bench in the X3, but you can
add reclining seatbacks for �0.
Both of these useful features are
standard in the Discovery Sport.
It?s the only one with seven
seats, too. They?re really suitable
only for carrying children, or
average-sized adults on short hops,
but there?s no denying that they?re
extremely useful to have.
Boot 550-1550 litres
Suitcases 9
There?s a small lip to lift
items over, but Q5?s boot
is marginally the biggest
here, taking one more
case than the others. As
with its rivals, a powered
tailgate is standard
490-775mm
970-1790mm
1025-1230mm
BMW X3
Boot 550-1600 litres
Suitcases 8
480-775mm
The X3 is the only
car here with decent
underfloor storage.The
40/20/40 split-folding
seats can be released
by handy levers in the
boot (as with the others)
960-1815mm
1095-1195mm
LAND ROVER DISCOVERY SPORT
PRACTICALITY AIDS
Audi
Q5
BMW
X3
L. Rover
Disc
Sport
Boot 154-479-1698 litres
Suitcases 8
Powered
tailgate
*
Underfloor
storage
Sliding/
reclining
rear seats
�0
Like the X3, there?s
no load lip and space
for eight suitcases, as
long as the third-row
seats are folded flat.
The second-row seats
split only 60/40, though
Rear seat
split-fold
480-790mm
/ �0 / 40/20/40 40/20/40
60/40
210-960-1850mm
Seven
seats
Standard Not available
* Includes hands-free opening
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1100-1180mm
Boots? suitcase-carrying capacities are measured with a 560x350x230mm
Antler suitcase, with the rear seatbacks in place and up to the parcel shelf
Audi Q5 vs BMW X3 vs Land Rover Discovery Sport
965mm
1435mm
985mm
725mm
1465mm
1080mm
Q5 has the most front head room and more than enough
leg room. Rear leg and head room are fine too, but the high
central tunnel is most limiting for the middle passenger.
It?s worth adding the �0 sliding/reclining rear seat option
940mm
960mm
1415mm
750mm
1455mm
1115mm
X3 has the most leg room up front, plus plenty of head room.
Rear space is similar to that in the Q5, but you can?t add
sliding rear seats ? only reclining seatbacks.The shape of
the rear seats make the X3 the least comfy for three, too
BEST
REAR
SPACE
970mm
1430mm
935mm
620-775mm
1455mm
1050mm
Front seats don?t go quite as far back as the others? and
panoramic roof reduces head room, yet tall people still fit
easily. Small floor hump and wide rear seat area make it the
best for three abreast; sliding/reclining rear seats are standard
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Audi Q5 vs BMW X3 vs Land Rover Discovery Sport
The Q5 has the biggest boot, but
not by much. True, it took nine
carry-on suitcases to the others?
eight, but only after a diligent
game of Tetris. And with their
eight cases on board, the others
still had a bit of room to spare.
Both the Q5 and X3 come with
40/20/40 split-folding rear seats.
The Discovery Sport has a less
?exible 60/40 split, but all three
have handy rear seat release points
just inside their electric tailgates.
These are in the form of manual
levers in the X3 and Q5 and electric
buttons in the Discovery Sport.
With their rear seatbacks lowered,
three ?at load ?oors greet you,
making it a cinch to slide long,
heavy items into all our of cars.
BUYING AND OWNING
Costs, equipment, reliability,
safety and security
COMPARISON
WHAT THEY WILL COST
All prices correct at time of testing
Audi Q5
Cheapest on PCP finance
and company car tax
BMW X3
Land Rover Discovery Sport
Cheapest to lease and still Most expensive to own and
an affordable company car
to run as a company car
PRICES
List price
Target Price
Company car tax
�,085
�,673
�,380
�,673
�,095
�,591
�1, �2, �3, �6
�8, �9, �0, �4
�8, �7, �7, �7
�4
�4
�8
(until April 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
Contract hire (per month)
RESALE VALUE BY YEAR
? Audi Q5 ? BMW X3 ? Land Rover Discovery Sport
If you?re buying outright, the Q5
is cheapest, both on list price and
after discounts, followed closely
by the X3, with the Discovery Sport
being about �00 more. Factor in
depreciation and the Q5 pulls out
a bigger advantage, holding on to
signi?cantly more of its value than
its rivals after three years.
If you are a PCP ?nance buyer,
the X3 and Discovery Sport achieve
parity at �8 per month each
(see our table for terms), while
the Q5 is way cheaper at �0.
Company car drivers will ?nd
the Q5 costs the least in bene?tin-kind (BIK) tax, but not by a lot
compared with the X3 over three
years. In contrast, the relatively
high CO2 output of the Discovery
Sport means a big BIK penalty.
It will use the most fuel, too.
The Discovery Sport helps to
justify its higher price by being
the most well equipped (see panel
below for details), but the other
two aren?t exactly spartan.
All three cars have a ?ve-star
safety rating from Euro NCAP, with
little to distinguish them in the
test?s individual categories. Each
comes with automatic emergency
braking and an SOS emergency
call function. Only the Discovery
Sport has lane departure warning,
while additional aids, such as
lane-keeping assist, blindspot
monitoring, rear cross traf?c
alert and traf?c sign recognition,
are options to consider on all.
30
Value (�00s)
40
�,488
�,186
20
0 year
1 year
�,690
2 years
3 years
THREE-YEAR COST
? Depreciation ? Insurance ? Servicing ? Road tax ? Fuel (official economy)
Audi Q5
�0
�,487 �95
�45
�24
BMW X3
Total
�,931
�0
�,983
Land Rover Discovery Sport
�,103
�48
�34
�0
�41
�21
Total
�96 �,741
�27
Total
�,872
PCP FINANCE COSTS
Three-year term, �00 customer deposit, 10,000 miles per year
* Up to 5000 miles; 28p per mile thereafter
Car
Audi Q5
BMW X3
�0
�8
�8
�
�
�00
�,916
�,159
�,413
6.0%
5.9%
5.9%
Monthly cost
Manufacturer deposit contribution
Optional final payment
Representative APR
Excess mileage charge
Other fees
Land Rover Disc Sport
8.0p per mile
8.1p per mile
14p per mile*
� optional purchase fee
�optional purchase fee
� optional purchase fee
EQUIPMENT
Alloy
wheel
size
Adaptive
cruise
control
Climate
control
front/rear
Heated
seats
front/rear
Panoramic
roof
Electric
front
seats
Leather
seats
Adjustable
lumbar
support
Parking
sensors
front/rear
Rear-view
camera
Keyless
start and
entry
Heated
windscreen
Audi Q5
19in
�50*
�0
�90
�0
Land Rover Disc Sport
19in
�45**
/ / / �0
�0
/ �0
/ �0
/ �5
�0
19in
/ / / �00
BMW X3
/ �95***
/ �5^
/ Standard Not available
* Inc adaptive cruise control, auto pilot, traffic sign recognition, lane assist **Inc Queue Assist and Intelligent Emergency Braking ***Inc keyless entry, hands-free tailgate, B&O stereo ^Inc keyless entry, power-fold door mirrors, reclining rear seats
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COMPARISON
STATS, SPECS AND RATINGS
BMW X3
xDrive20d M Sport
Width 2145mm
Audi Q5
2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic
Width 2145mm
1659mm
2160mm
Land Rover Discovery Sport
2.0 SD4 HSE
Width 2175mm
1676mm
2100mm
775mm
1724mm
2650mm
720mm
775mm
2819mm
2864mm
2741mm
4663mm
4708mm
4599mm
ECONOMY & EMISSIONS
TRUE
MPG
Average
Town
Motorway
Rural
Fuel cost per 12,000 miles
41.0mpg
35.7mpg
36.7mpg
51.5mpg
�41
Official average 56.4mpg Tank 65 litres
CO2 emissions 133g/km, Euro 6
OFFICIAL
MPG
Average
Urban
Extra-urban
54.3mpg
49.6mpg
56.5mpg
Fuel cost per 12,000 miles
�99
Tank 60 litres
CO2 emissions 138g/km, Euro 6
OFFICIAL
MPG
Average
Urban
Extra-urban
44.1mpg
38.7mpg
47.9mpg
Fuel cost per 12,000 miles
�76
Tank 54 litres
CO2 emissions 169g/km, Euro 6
SAFETY
Euro NCAP crash rating
All protection
93%
AEB Yes
86%
73%
y
x
58%
Euro NCAP crash rating
All protection
93%
AEB Yes
84%
70%
y
x
58%
Euro NCAP crash rating
All protection
93%
AEB Yes
83%
69%
y
x
82%
POWERTRAIN
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 1968cc, diesel
187bhp @ 3800-4200rpm
295Ib ft @ 1750-3000rpm
7-spd dual-clutch automatic
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 1995cc, diesel
187bhp @ 4000rpm
295Ib ft @ 1750-2500rpm
8-spd automatic
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 1999cc, diesel
237bhp @ 4000rpm
369Ib ft @ 1500rpm
9-spd automatic
CARS PICTURED
Audi Q5 2.0 TDI 190 S line S tronic with Navarra Blue metallic paint (�5),
Rotor grey leather/ Alcantara seats, Technology Pack (�95), Comfort
and Sound Pack (�95), adaptive suspension (�0), 20in alloy wheels
(�0), spare wheel (�5), Extended LED Interior Lighting Pack (�0)
BMW X3 xDrive20d M Sport with Pythonic Blue metallic paint (�0), black
Vernasca leather, Technology Package (�45), Comfort Package (�5),
electric front seats (�0), electric towbar (�5), adaptive cruise control
with stop/go (�0), adaptive LED headlights (�5), Electronic Damper
Control (�0)
Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0 SD4 HSE Luxury with Santorini black paint,
Tan Windsor leather, Entertainment Pack (�45), magnetic damping
system (�0), privacy glass (�5), Ebony headlining (�0)
OUR RATINGS
Driving
Performance
Ride
Handling
Refinement
Driving
Performance
Ride
Handling
Refinement
Driving
Performance
Ride
Handling
Refinement
Behind the wheel
Driving position
Visibility
Infotainment
Quality
Behind the wheel
Driving position
Visibility
Infotainment
Quality
Behind the wheel
Driving position
Visibility
Infotainment
Quality
Space and practicality
Front space
Rear space
Seating flexibility
Boot
Space and practicality
Front space
Rear space
Seating flexibility
Boot
Space and practicality
Front space
Rear space
Seating flexibility
Boot
Buying and owning
Costs
Equipment
Reliability
Safety and security
Buying and owning
Costs
Equipment
Reliability
Safety and security
Buying and owning
Costs
Equipment
Reliability
Safety and security
Overall rating
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Audi Q5 vs BMW X3 vs Land Rover Discovery Sport
SAYS
At the start, we said the Q5
is this class?s current hero,
and that remains the case.
Its individual star ratings tell
the story: it?s either good or
outstanding in every area,
with no real weaknesses.
Looking at the highlights,
it?s roomy, beautifully
made, refined and, if you
tick the air suspension
option, super-comfortable.
On top of that, it?s the most
affordable to buy and run.
Despite playing a good
hand, the new X3 doesn?t
quite bring home the
spoils, then. It?s very good
in many areas, has a topnotch infotainment system
and is the most enjoyable
to drive. If only it were a
little cheaper, particularly
on PCP finance, it would
be painfully close.
And far from a distant
third, this punchy twinturbo version of the
Discovery Sport is the best
yet; it?s just a shame its
extra poke comes at such
a high price. It?s a great
SUV, too, with seven-seat
practicality and genuine
off-road ability, but it isn?t
quite as tidy on the road
as these rivals.
1
For Smoothest
engine; classiest
interior; tidy
handling; comfiest
ride; biggest boot
Against Gearbox
jerky in traffic; many
options part of
pricey packs
Recommended
options
Air suspension
(�00),
Technology Pack
(�95)
2
BMW
X3
For Smart interior;
rewarding
handling; superb
infotainment;
cheapest to lease;
smooth gearbox
Against Pricey PCP
finance; slightly
grumbly engine
Recommended
options
Adaptive dampers
(�0), Technology
Pack (�95)
3
Land Rover
Discovery Sport
For Seven seats;
most rear leg
room; well
equipped; strong
performance;
sweet steering
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composed ride;
gruff engine;
hesitant gearbox;
high running costs
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options
Adaptive cruise
control (�45)
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COMPARISON
In Polo
position
The Seat Ibiza?s reign as the best
small car around is under threat
from Volkswagen?s new Polo. We
find out how they stack up
Photography: John Bradshaw
THE CONTENDERS
Seat Ibiza
1.0 TSI 95 FR
List price �,015
Target Price �,876
Volkswagen Polo
1.0 TSI 95 SE
List price �,930
Target Price �,325
NEW
Our reigning small car champ
is back to defend its crown
against its newer cousin.
Shares its engine and
underpinnings with the Ibiza
but promises a posher interior.
FUNNY THING, BRAND image.
Ponder Seat and you?ll probably
associate it with sporty looks and
handling, but consider Volkswagen
and ? emissions cheating scandal
aside ? the automatic perception
is more likely to be one of comfort
and quality.
Yet if you were to remove
the body panels of the Seat and
Volkswagen models you see here,
you?d be left with virtually the
same underpinnings and oily
bits ? those being the VW Group?s
so-called MQB chassis and a
turbocharged 1.0-litre threecylinder petrol engine with 94bhp,
driving the cars? front wheels via a
?ve-speed manual gearbox.
Bolt the bodies back in place,
though, and the aforementioned
preconceptions apply. We?re
testing the Ibiza ? the current
class leader ? in our favourite
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FR trim, which gets aggressive
looks, lots of kit and stiffer sports
suspension, while for similar
money, Volkswagen?s Polo comes
as a comfort-focused SE model.
DRIVING
Performance, ride, handling,
refinement
With almost identical engines,
it?s no surprise that the Ibiza
and Polo are comparable on
performance. Both can crack
60mph from standstill in a little
over 10 seconds and pull from low
revs similarly strongly in third,
fourth and ?fth gears. Unless you
regularly plough up and down
motorways or live in a hilly area,
you won?t have any complaints.
Both cars also have pleasingly
slick manual gearboxes, but the
Polo?s engine manages to feel a
little smoother and is fractionally
less vocal when accelerating hard
from low revs. It?s the same story
when it comes to road noise,
although the Polo?s door mirrors
do whip up a little more wind
noise at 70mph.
The Ibiza?s stiffer sports
suspension gives it the edge when
it comes to handling; it props up
its body more effectively and turns
in to corners with greater urgency.
Its steering is also precise and
nicely weighted, giving you the
con?dence to dart around corners.
The Polo?s more relaxed gait is
exposed here, mainly by the fact
that its body leans over more in
tight corners, although its steering
is similarly precise and there?s
plenty of grip.
Let?s be clear: the Ibiza?s
suspension doesn?t result in a
bone-jarring ride. However, it is
?rmer than the Polo?s, particularly
at low speeds over sharp-edged
bumps and broken asphalt. The
Polo does a better job of sponging
away the same road scars, even
when ?tted with our test car?s
17in alloy wheels, which won?t be
available in the UK. With SE trim?s
standard 15in wheels, the ride is
likely to be even smoother.
SEAT IBIZA
INFOTAINMENT
Making the jump from SE to FR
trim brings this 8.0in touchscreen,
which includes built-in sat-nav.
It?s one of the best touchscreen
systems available, with crisp
graphics, easy-to-follow menus
and great response times after
each prod. Apple CarPlay and
Android Auto smartphone
mirroring are included, as are
a DAB radio, Bluetooth and two
USB ports. Upgrading the sound
system costs �5 and wireless
phone charging is �0.
2
1
3
1 Keyless entry and
go can be added
for �5, but starter
button is poorly sited
2 Dual-zone climate
control costs �0
extra but has simple
rotary dial operation
3 FR?s sports seats
provide good side
support, but there?s no
lumbar adjustment
VOLKSWAGEN POLO
INFOTAINMENT
Every Polo gets the same
8.0in touchscreen as the Ibiza,
although SE models forgo builtin sat-nav. Apple CarPlay and
Android Auto phone mirroring are
standard, though, so this isn?t such
an issue, while the Polo?s screen is
positioned higher, making it easier
to see and use on the move. DAB
radio, Bluetooth and two USB
connections are standard.There?s
no option to upgrade the stereo,
but wireless phone charging is
available for an extra �5.
3
1
2
1 Standard instrument
dials can be swapped
for VW?s digital Active
Info Display for �5
BEHIND THE WHEEL
Driving position, visibility,
build quality
Getting comfortable in either car is
no hassle at all, because both have
a generous amount of manual
adjustment in their steering
wheels and driver?s seats. The
Ibiza?s sports seats have chunkier
side bolsters than the Polo?s, so
you?re held in place better through
corners, but Volkswagen offers the
chance to add sports seats with
adjustable lumbar for a reasonable
�0. Seat, on the other hand,
doesn?t offer adjustable lumbar
support at all ? even as an option.
Neither car comes with any
parking aids as standard, so
3 Materials are of
a higher quality,
especially the plastic
on the top of the dash
2 Front and rear
parking sensors can
be added for an
extra �5
BEST
RIDE
BEST
HANDLING
Ibiza?s firmer suspension helps it to corner with less body roll
Polo rolls more in corners but is more comfortable over ruts
EQUIPMENT
Standard Not available
Alloy
wheel
size
Cruise
control
Climate
control
Seat Ibiza
17in
�0
Volkswagen Polo
15in
�5
�5
DAB/
Infotainment
Apple
Bluetooth/ screen size
CarPlay/
sat-nav
Android Auto
//
//�0
8.0in
8.0in
/
/
Heated
seats
Adjustable
lumbar
support
Parking
sensors
front/rear
Rear-view
camera
Keyless
start and
entry
Metallic
paint
�5/�0
�5
�5
�0
�5*
�0**
�5 (both)
�0
�0
�5
* Part of Winter Pack ** Part of Style Pack, including sports seats
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COMPARISON
BEST
BOOT
960mm
925mm
545-800mm
1355mm
715-1410mm
1015mm
The Ibiza sacrifices a small amount of rear leg room in order to achieve a more accommodating boot; five carry-on
suitcases fitted with room to spare. You have to pay �0 extra for a height-adjustable boot floor, though
WHAT THEY WILL COST
All prices correct at time of testing
Seat Ibiza
Cheaper to buy on a PCP and
available with bigger discounts
Volkswagen Polo
Cheaper to run as a company
car, but leasing cost is higher
PRICES
List price
Target Price
Company car tax
�,015
�,876
�5, �6, �2, �7
�,930
�,325
�0, �0, �6, �1
�9
�0
(until April 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
Contract hire (per month)
RESALE VALUE BY YEAR
? Seat Ibiza ? Volkswagen Polo
15
Value (�00s)
�47
1 year
2 years
3 years
THREE-YEAR COST
? Depreciation ? Insurance ? Servicing
? Road tax ? Fuel (official economy)
Seat Ibiza
�01
�0
Total
�,376
�29
�70
�5
Volkswagen Polo
�01 �0
Total
�,387
�16
�62
�9
PCP FINANCE COSTS
Three-year term, �00 customer deposit, 10,000 miles per year
Car
Seat Ibiza
Volkswagen Polo
Monthly cost
�1
�9
Manufacturer deposit contribution
�00
�0
Optional final payment
�95
�18
Representative APR
5.9%
5.9%
3p per mile
4p per mile
� option to purchase
� option to purchase
Excess mileage charge
Other fees
although seeing out the front
is easy enough in both cars, the
Polo?s taller, wider rear windows
make it the easier car to reverse
into tight parking spots. That?s
the price you pay for Seat?s edgier
styling. Happily, the Ibiza can
be equipped with rear parking
sensors for �0, while you can
add a reversing camera to the Polo
for �0 and to the Ibiza for �5.
The quality of the materials is
slightly better in the Polo, too. Its
door panels, like the Ibiza?s, are
made from hard, brittle plastics,
but while that continues on the
top of the Ibiza?s dashboard, the
Polo has been treated to softer,
denser dashboard plastics which
look and feel that little bit classier.
SPACE AND PRACTICALITY
Front space, rear space,
seating flexibility, boot
�09
0 year
1090mm
690mm
Boot 355-823 litres
Suitcases 5
10
1390mm
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Despite the fact that these cars
have the same underpinnings,
there are differences when it
comes to interior space. In the
front, a couple of tall adults will
have no issues with head or leg
room in either, and there isn?t
much in it for front stowage space;
both have a couple of cupholders,
a large cubby behind the gearlever
and generously proportioned
pockets in their front doors.
Tall adults climbing into the
cars? rear quarters will notice a
greater disparity. Both cars are
among the roomiest in the class,
no question, but where knees
are shaving the front seatbacks
in the Ibiza, they?re clear in the
Polo. Head room in each case
is good, although the Polo?s
larger rear windows give a better
view out and leave it feeling
less claustrophobic for rear
passengers on longer journeys.
The pay-off for the Ibiza?s
slightly less spacious rear seats
is a boot that?s a bit larger and
more practical than the Polo?s.
Each swallowed ?ve carry-on
suitcases in our tests, but unlike
the Polo?s boot, the Ibiza?s had
some room left over.
In both cars, 60/40 split-folding
rear seats are standard, but SE
Polos also come with a variableheight boot ?oor ? a �0 option
on the Ibiza. As a result, the Polo?s
boot ?oor is a more consistent
height than the standard Ibiza?s
when the rear seatbacks are down.
BUYING AND OWNING
Costs, equipment, reliability,
safety and security
Just � separates the two cars? list
prices, but angle for a discount
at the dealer and the gap widens
to nearly �00 in favour of the
Ibiza. Over three years of private
ownership, the Ibiza remains
the cheaper proposition. Yes, its
servicing costs are higher, but
not by enough to offset the big
discount you?ll get when buying,
while both cars are predicted to
depreciate at a similar rate.
However, the gap is reduced
if you buy on a three-year PCP
?nance deal, limited to 10,000
miles a year and fronted by a
�00 deposit. You?ll pay �1 a
month for the Ibiza, compared
with �9 for the Polo. The Ibiza
is still cheaper, then, but the
difference isn?t enormous.
For the small number of people
who?ll opt to run for one of these
cars through work, the Polo will be
the more tempting option, despite
its higher list price. That?s because,
with a CO2 output of 101g/km, it
sits in a lower tax band than the
106g/km Ibiza, saving buyers in
the 40% tax bracket a little over
�0 over three years.
You?ll enjoy more standard
equipment in the Ibiza, which
includes features such as
automatic wipers, cruise control
and electric folding mirrors that
cost extra on the Polo. In fact,
the only feature the Polo gets as
standard that the Ibiza doesn?t is
electric rear windows.
Automatic emergency braking
is standard on both cars, though,
as is an alarm and immobiliser.
Security ?rm Thatcham rated
them both as excellent at resisting
being driven away and good at
resisting a break-in.
Boots? suitcase-carrying capacities are measured
with a 560x350x230mm Antler suitcase, with the
rear seatbacks in place and up to the parcel shelf
SEAT IBIZA
Seat Ibiza vs Volkswagen Polo
VOLKSWAGEN POLO
BEST
REAR
SPACE
940mm
935mm
430-795mm
1100mm
1400mm
1100mm
735mm
Boot 351-1125 litres
Suitcases 5
As with the Ibiza, two adults will be perfectly comfortable in the Polo?s front seats; those in the rear will find that their
knees don?t touch the front seatbacks. Five cases were a squeeze in the boot, but a variable-height floor is standard
STATS, SPECS AND RATINGS
Seat Ibiza
1.0 TSI 95 FR
Width 1950mm
SAYS
Volkswagen Polo
1.0 TSI 95 SE
Width 1955mm
1444mm
1975mm
1446mm
1995mm
700mm
705mm
2564mm
2564mm
4059mm
ECONOMY & EMISSIONS
4053mm
TRUE MPG
650-1450mm
1350mm
Average
Town
Motorway
Rural
Fuel cost per 12,000 miles
54.0mpg
45.1mpg
48.8mpg
69.4mpg
�13
Official average 60.1mpg Tank 40 litres
CO2 emissions 106g/km, Euro 6
TRUE MPG
Average
Town
Motorway
Rural
Fuel cost per 12,000 miles
na
na
na
na
na
Official average 64.2mpg Tank 40 litres
CO2 emissions 101g/km, Euro 6
Rarely are two cars so closely matched. In
fact, the Ibiza and Polo have traded blows
to end up tied for overall points.
So which should you choose? Well, if your
priorities are a properly cushy ride and
peaceful cruising manners, or you happen
to be a company car driver, we?d point you
in the direction of the Polo. It is, without a
doubt, a brilliant small car that majors on
comfort but has no major weaknesses.
But then neither does the Ibiza. Yes, it
doesn?t ride quite as smoothly, but neither is
it in the least bit fractious. Plus, it?s more fun
to drive, more lavishly equipped and will
cost private buyers a not inconsiderable
amount less to buy and own. The margins
are small, but the Ibiza wins the day.
SAFETY
Euro NCAP crash rating
Euro NCAP crash rating
95%
All protection
77%
76%
60%
All protection
96%
85%
76%
59%
POWERTRAIN
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
3cyl, 999cc, turbo, petrol
94bhp @ 5000-5500rpm
129Ib ft @ 1500-3500rpm
5-spd manual
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
3cyl, 999cc, turbo, petrol
94bhp @ 5000-5500rpm
129Ib ft @ 2000-3500rpm
5-spd manual
PERFORMANCE
Weather conditions Damp
Top
speed
113mph
0-60mph
10.1sec
0-60mph
10.2sec
Top
speed
116mph
Acceleration
30-70mph through the gears 10.9sec
30-50mph 3rd 5.4sec 4th 8.4sec 5th 15.4sec
50-70mph 3rd 6.7sec 4th 9.1sec 5th 13.3sec
Acceleration
30-70mph through the gears 11.0sec
30-50mph 3rd 5.5sec 4th 8.6sec 5th 14.8sec
50-70mph 3rd 6.7sec 4th 9.2sec 5th 12.3sec
Braking
30-0mph 8.5m 70-0mph 47.4m
Braking
30-0mph 8.4m 70-0mph 45.9m
Noise
At 30mph 63.6dB At 70mph 70.1dB
Noise
At 30mph 63.1dB At 70mph 68.9dB
CARS PICTURED
Seat Ibiza 1.5 TSI Evo 150 FR with Desire Red metallic paint (�0), full LED
headlights (�0), Alcantara upholstery (�5), keyless start and go (�5),
connectivity hub (�0)
Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI 95 (German specification) with Pure White paint
(�0), sat-nav (�0), Park Assist Pack (�5), climate control (�5),
wireless phone charging (�5), heated front seats (�5)
The 100% Electric Nissan LEAF. See how much you could s
Seat Ibiza
For More fun to drive; more standard kit;
cheaper to buy and own; bigger boot
Against Firmer ride; more hard plastics
inside; pricier servicing
Volkswagen Polo
For Smarter interior; less engine and tyre
noise; cheaper company car; supple ride
Against Higher monthly PCP costs; sat-nav,
auto wipers and cruise control cost extra
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We will Roc you
g
the small SUV class ? but only if it can
beat the Audi Q2 and Mini Countryman
Photography: Will Williams
THE CONTENDERS
NEW
Audi Q2
2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic
Mini Countryman
Cooper SD All4 Media XL Pack
Volkswagen T-Roc
2.0 TDI 4Motion SEL DSG
List price �,590
Target Price �,206
A combination of sharp looks
and a quality interior make this
a desirable little SUV.
List price �,335
Target Price �,805
Not only is this the most
powerful car here, but it also
has the cleverest seating.
List price �,500 (est)
Target Price na
It may not have a premium
badge, but the T-Roc is stylish
and well equipped.
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IS A CAR just a way of getting from
A to B? For the beige brigade in
their drearily coloured, boringly
styled transportation devices,
the answer may well be ?yes?. If
however, you?ve got an eye for
style and like to express yourself at
every opportunity, the answer will
be a resounding ?no?. Probably with
an exclamation mark at the end.
Should you fall into the
latter camp, these three small
SUVs might already be on your
radar. The newest of them is
the Volkswagen T-Roc, which is
based on the Golf and slots into
the company?s line-up below the
Tiguan. It?s more style-orientated
than its big brother, offering more
Audi Q2 vs Mini Countryman vs Volkswagen T-Roc
AUDI Q2
Stiffer sports suspension is a no-cost option but one we?d avoid; the Q2 is already firm
MINI COUNTRYMAN
Avoid large wheels and run-flat tyres on the Countryman if you value a comfy ride
VOLKSWAGEN T-ROC
BEST
RIDE
T-Roc has the best balance of ride comfort and handling, even on big 18in wheels
personalisation options than we?re
used to seeing from Volkswagen.
Like its rivals, it?s being tested in
2.0-litre diesel form, paired with
optional four-wheel drive.
Our high-spec SEL T-Roc is up
against the familiar Audi Q2,
which has impressed in previous
group tests. Under the skin, it?s
closely related to the T-Roc and
uses the same 148bhp diesel
engine and gearbox. We?re testing
it in sporty S line trim.
Our third contender is the
Mini Countryman. With 187bhp
in Cooper SD form, it?s the most
powerful car here, and like any
Mini, it offers plenty of scope for
personalisation, inside and out.
DRIVING
Performance, ride, handling,
refinement
None of our trio leaves you in any
doubt as to which fuel they run
on; all have a distinctive diesel
grumble, although it?s the T-Roc
that proves marginally the most
re?ned. The Q2 runs it close, but
the Countryman is the noisiest at
tickover and under acceleration. At
a steady cruise, the T-Roc is again
the quietest, generating less wind
and tyre noise than its rivals.
The Countryman?s extra poke
pays dividends when it comes to
acceleration, though. It leaps off
the line quickest and pulls away
from its rivals even more tellingly
when you put your foot down at
higher speeds. There?s virtually
nothing to separate the Q2 and
T-Roc; both are pleasingly brisk
and you?re never likely to think
that they?re short on puff.
The only gearbox option with
all of these punchy 2.0-litre
diesel engines is an automatic.
In the case of the Q2 and T-Roc,
it?s a seven-speed dual-clutch
unit, while the Countryman
has a conventional eight-speed
automatic. The dual-clutch ?boxes
are slightly smoother in normal
use, although the Countryman?s
is less hesitant if you accelerate
hard from low speeds.
The fact that they have fourwheel drive means all three cars
have excellent traction in slippery
conditions, although none is a
gifted off-roader. A grassy car park
shouldn?t be too troublesome, but
their suspension is too stiff and
they lack the ground clearance
to deal with major obstacles.
None of these SUVs has a
particularly cushy ride, although
the Countryman is the least
comfortable. While the Q2 and
especially the T-Roc take the edge
off bumps at higher speeds, the
Countryman jostles you around a
surprising amount, making long
trips an unpleasant experience.
Smaller wheels help (our test
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COMPARISON
car had optional 18in rims), but the
optional adaptive dampers (�0)
really aren?t worth the money.
Around town, the Countryman?s
ride gets even worse, although the
Q2 could also do with being more
supple. The T-Roc deals with town
imperfections the most adroitly.
You might expect the
Countryman to be the most fun to
drive, but sadly that isn?t the case.
Yes, the steering is quick to react
when you initially turn the wheel,
but it provides little feedback
and the car feels cumbersome
in high-speed direction changes.
The Countryman also has the least
grip in corners.
Both the Q2 and T-Roc are much
more agile, gripping harder and
turning in more eagerly. This is
especially true of the Q2, although
the T-Roc has slightly more
natural-feeling steering. The Q2?s
quicker steering makes it easiest to
manoeuvre around town, though.
AUDI Q2
BEST
DRIVING
POSITION
1
3
2
1 Soft-touch dash and
precise controls give
a feeling of quality in
keeping with price
2 Ambient lighting
is standard, but
illuminated trims
cost another �0
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3 Conventional dials
can be swapped for a
all-digital dash as part
of a �95 tech pack
MINI COUNTRYMAN
INFOTAINMENT
BEHIND THE WHEEL
Driving position, visibility,
build quality
All of our SUVs get height
and reach-adjustable steering
wheels and a decent amount of
movement in their seats, but none
gets adjustable lumbar support as
standard. At least it?s an affordable
(�0) option in the Q2, but you
can only get it with a leather
seat upgrade on the T-Roc and
Countryman. That?s an extra �00
in the Countryman?s case and an
eye-watering �30 in the T-Roc.
Our Countryman came ?tted
with posh Lounge leather
sports seats (�25), and they?re
comfortable for most body
shapes, although the adjustable
underthigh support doesn?t
retract in far enough for those
with shorter legs, leading to
discomfort on longer trips.
Still, we have no complaints
about the Countryman?s build
quality. There?s lots of soft plastic
and real metal switches, while
cheaper materials are well hidden.
It?s just a shame the retro-inspired
layout is needlessly confusing in
places. The Q2 may not look quite
as snazzy inside, but the overall
level of quality is just as high and
the layout is much easier to use.
The T-Roc gets the wooden
spoon here. Yes, you can get some
colourful trim on the dashboard
(�0), but the plastics used are
what you?d expect to ?nd in a
�,000 city car, not a �,000
SUV. There are no soft-touch
materials anywhere and the doors
have only a tiny amount of fabric
for your elbows. It?s a real shame,
because the dashboard layout is
just as logical as the Q2?s.
On the plus side, the T-Roc is the
INFOTAINMENT
S line trim comes with a 7.0in
screen, DAB radio, Bluetooth
and sat-nav, as well as Apple
CarPlay and Android Auto phone
connectivity. Controlled by a rotary
dial between the seats, the system
is easy to use on the move, thanks
to clear, responsive menus and
sharp graphics. You can upgrade
to an 8.3in screen (pictured) with
more sophisticated sat-nav, but
the standard system is plenty
good enough.
2
3
1
We?d recommend selecting the
Media XL pack, because you
get an 8.8in screen, rather than
the 6.5in one that?s standard. It
gets everything that the Q2 has,
apart from Android Auto, but is the
better system overall. The graphics
are sharper and menus clearer,
plus it?s even more responsive. Our
only complaint is that the screen
is mounted a little lower than the
Q2?s, meaning you have to take
your eyes off the road for longer.
BEST
SYSTEM
1 Retro toggle
switches look great but
are sited so low that
they?re tricky to use
2 Instruments move
up and down with the
steering column to suit
all heights of driver
3 Doors are covered
in soft-touch plastic
and are available with
Alcantara trim
VOLKSWAGEN T-ROC
INFOTAINMENT
2
3
1
1 Coloured trim pieces
are optional and
really help to lift an
otherwise drab interior
2 Configurable digital
dash is standard on
SEL trim. It?s clear and
can show lots of info
3 Despite the T-Roc?s
near-�k price, there
are no soft-touch
plastics anywhere
Unlike the other two, the T-Roc?s
infotainment is controlled by
a touchscreen only. The 8.0in
system has sharp graphics and
well-organised menus, but some
of the icons are a little too small
to hit accurately on the move.
The shortcut buttons around the
screen?s edges are welcome,
because they make it easier to
jump to the menu that you want,
but we still prefer the rotary dial
controls of the others.
Audi Q2 vs Mini Countryman vs Volkswagen T-Roc
Boots? suitcase-carrying capacities are measured with a 560x350x230mm
Antler suitcase, with the rear seatbacks in place and up to the parcel shelf
920mm
only one of our trio with digital
instrument dials that are able to
show a variety of information
clearly and concisely. Mind you,
the Q2 can be equipped with
Audi?s comparable Virtual Cockpit
(�95 as part of a Technology
Pack), which is even clearer.
920mm
1345mm
1390mm
1065mm
675mm
A couple of adults will fit in the
Q2?s back seats, but leg room is
in short supply. Boot is a square
shape and has virtually no load
lip. As with the T-Roc, four-wheel
drive reduces boot space
775-1540mm
425-665mm
Boot 355-1000 litres
Suitcases 5
995-1215mm
BEST
REAR
SPACE
925mm
975mm
1375mm
1385mm
645-775mm
BEST
BOOT
745-865mm
460-720mm
1120mm
Countryman has the most leg
room front and rear, while its rear
seats recline as standard and
can optionally slide fore and aft.
Boot is the biggest here, just, and
there?s extra underfloor storage
Boot 450-1390 litres
Suitcases 5
1000-1235mm
BEST
FRONT
SPACE
980mm
1090mm
760-1530mm
960mm
1395mm
1425mm
675mm
410-665mm
1010-1250mm
Four-wheel-drive T-Rocs have
smaller boots than front-wheeldrive versions.There?s a small
internal load lip and you can fold
the rear seats from the boot. Bag
hooks are useful for shopping
Boot 392-1237 litres
Suitcases 5
SPACE AND PRACTICALITY
Front space, rear space,
seating flexibility, boot
All three cars have useful cubbies
in front of the gear selector,
with the T-Roc?s being the most
generous in size and able to
charge your mobile phone
wirelessly, if you pay a bit extra.
The Countryman and Q2 have
the option of wireless charging
beneath their central armrests,
although the former can?t take
an extra-large phone with a case.
When you take into account
the door pockets and other
cubbies, it?s the T-Roc that offers
the most storage space.
As long as you avoid the
temptation to add a sunroof or
panoramic roof, most front seat
occupants will have plenty of
head room in all three cars. The
Countryman?s driver?s seat slides
back the farthest, while the T-Roc?s
interior is widest, front and rear.
The Countryman chalks up
another point for having the most
rear leg room; there?s signi?cantly
more than in the T-Roc and Q2,
which are tied in this respect.
The Q2 and Countryman have a
similar amount of rear head room
(enough for a six-footer), but the
T-Roc is better again. Whichever
car you go for, ?tting three adults
across the rear seats is a squeeze,
but it?s least uncomfortable in
the Countryman.
The Countryman scores again
for having a 40/20/40 split rear
bench as standard, with the option
of making it slide backwards and
forwards for �0. The Q2 can
be had with a 40/20/40 splitfolding rear seat for a reasonable
�0 (60/40 is standard), while
the T-Roc makes do with a
conventional 60/40 arrangement.
On paper, the Countryman has
the biggest boot, but that doesn?t
mean it can swallow much more
luggage than its rivals. It accepted
?ve carry-on cases in our test ? the
same as the other two ? although
it did have the most space left
over. The Countryman also has the
lowest boot ?oor and the longest
load area with the rear seats folded
down, while providing a decent
amount of under?oor storage.
For added convenience, all three
cars can be had with an electrically
operated tailgate. This option is
cheapest on the T-Roc (�0) and
priciest on the Q2 (�0).
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COMPARISON
WHAT THEY WILL COST
BUYING AND OWNING
Costs, equipment, reliability,
safety and security
All prices correct at time of testing
Audi Q2
Marginally the most
expensive of our trio
Mini Countryman
VW T-Roc
Cheaper than Q2 on finance, It?s so new that we have
but more expensive to own very little data on the T-Roc
PRICES
List price
Target Price
Company car tax
�,590
�,206
�,335
�,805
�,500 (est)
na
�2, �4, �5, �6
�0, �1, �2, �3
na
�7
�1
na
(until April 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
Contract hire (per month)
RESALE VALUE BY YEAR
? Audi Q2 ? Mini Countryman ? Volkswagen T-Roc
30
25
20
Value (�00s)
Because this version of the T-Roc
wasn?t of?cially on sale at the
time of writing, VW was unable
to provide con?rmed pricing.
However, our sources tell us it will
cost roughly �,500, with our
test car?s contrasting roof adding
a further �0 to that bill.
That means it undercuts its
rivals by a fair amount, with both
the Q2 and Countryman priced
at more than �,000. Things get
closer if you?re prepared to haggle,
though; you should get more than
�00 off the Q2 and at least �00
off the Countryman. Chances are
Volkswagen dealers will be just as
generous in a few months? time.
As for running costs, the T-Roc
will be the cheapest to insure but
the costliest to fuel, if the of?cial
?gures are to be relied on. It?s also
in a higher company car tax band
than the Q2 and Countryman,
although the fact that it has the
lowest list price of our trio means
it will actually cost you the least in
bene?t-in-kind salary sacri?ces.
As with pricing, VW hasn?t yet
con?rmed any PCP ?nance deals.
Meanwhile, the Countryman will
cost you slightly less per month
than the Q2, assuming you sign
up to a 36-month term with a
�00 deposit and an annual
mileage of 10,000. That?s
mainly down to a hefty �00
deposit contribution from Mini.
Meanwhile, if you?re looking to
lease, the Countryman is � a
month cheaper than the Q2.
It may be the cheapest of our
contenders, but the T-Roc gets
the most standard equipment,
including dual-zone climate
control, a digital instrument
cluster, front and rear parking
sensors and even adaptive cruise
control. The other two get the
basics, such as manual air-con and
rear parking sensors, though.
Crucially, all three come with
automatic emergency braking as
standard. All were awarded ?ve
stars (out of ?ve) in their Euro
NCAP crash tests, too, although the
T-Roc received the highest scores
for adult, child and pedestrian
protection. The Q2 wasn?t far
behind, with the Countryman
bringing up the rear.
�,847
�,414
15
na
0 year
1 year
2 years
3 years
THREE-YEAR COST
? Depreciation ? Insurance ? Servicing ? Road tax ? Fuel (official economy)
Audi Q2
�0
�,359
�20
�90
Total
�,870
�2
Mini Countryman
�0
�,391
Total
�90 �,427
�00
�66
Volkswagen T-Roc
�40
�0
�24
Total
na
PCP FINANCE COSTS
Three-year term, �00 customer deposit, 10,000 miles per year
Car
Audi Q2
Monthly cost
�1
na
na
�00
na
�,567
�,651
na
5.5%
5.9%
na
8.0p per mile
8.57 per mile
na
� final purchase fee
�final purchase fee
na
Optional final payment
Representative APR
Other fees
Volkswagen T-Roc
�0
Manufacturer deposit contribution
Excess mileage charge
Mini Countryman
EQUIPMENT
Standard Not available
Alloy
wheel
size
Adaptive
cruise
control
Climate
control
Stereo
upgrade
Infotainment
screen size
Audi Q2
18in
�5
�5
�5
7.0in
Mini Countryman
17in
�0*
�0
�5
8.8in
Volkswagen T-Roc
18in
�5
8.0in
* Part of Driving Assistant Pack ** With heated leather seats
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Apple
Adjustable
CarPlay/
lumbar
Android Auto
support
/ / / Rear seat
split
Parking
sensors
front/rear
Rear-view
camera
Keyless
start/entry
Metallic
paint
/ �0 (both)
�0
�0
60/40
�0 /
�0
�00**
40/20/40
�5 /
�0
�30**
60/40
�5
/ �0
�0
�5
COMPARISON
STATS, SPECS AND RATINGS
Audi Q2
2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic
Mini Countryman
Cooper SD All4 Media XL Pack
Width 2000mm
Volkswagen T-Roc
2.0 TDI 4Motion SEL DSG
Width 2005mm
2055mm
1508mm
Width 2000mm
2020mm
1557mm
765mm
2105mm
1573mm
775mm
655mm
2595mm
2670mm
2590mm
4191mm
4299mm
4234mm
ECONOMY & EMISSIONS
OFFICIAL
Average
MPG
Urban
Extra-urban
Cost per 12,000 miles
57.6mpg
49.6mpg
62.8mpg
�30
OFFICIAL
MPG
Average
Urban
Extra-urban
Cost per 12,000 miles
57.6mpg
52.3mpg
61.4mpg
�30
Tank 51 litres
CO2 emissions 129g/km, Euro 6
Tank 55 litres
CO2 emissions 129g/km, Euro 6
OFFICIAL
MPG
Average
Urban
Extra-urban
Cost per 12,000 miles
55.4mpg
50.4mpg
58.9mpg
�75
Tank 55 litres
CO2 emissions 133g/km, Euro 6
SAFETY
Euro NCAP crash rating
All protection
92%
86%
70%
y
x
60%
Euro NCAP crash rating
All protection
90%
80%
64%
y
x
51%
Euro NCAP crash rating
All protection
96%
87%
79%
y
x
71%
POWERTRAIN
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 1968cc, diesel
148bhp @ 3500-4000rpm
251Ib ft @ 1750-3000rpm
7-spd dual-clutch automatic
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 1995cc, diesel
187bhp @ 4000rpm
295Ib ft @ 1750rpm
8-spd automatic
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 1968cc, diesel
148bhp @ 3500-4000rpm
251Ib ft @ 1750-3000rpm
7-spd dual-clutch automatic
PERFORMANCE
0-60mph
8.1sec
Weather conditions Dry
Top
speed
131mph
0-60mph
7.5sec
Top
speed
136mph
0-60mph
8.0sec
Top
speed
124mph
Acceleration
30-70mph in kickdown 8.6sec
30-50mph in kickdown 3.3sec
50-70mph in kickdown 5.3sec
Acceleration
30-70mph in kickdown 7.5sec
30-50mph in kickdown 3.0sec
50-70mph in kickdown 4.5sec
Acceleration
30-70mph in kickdown 8.6sec
30-50mph in kickdown 3.3sec
50-70mph in kickdown 5.3sec
Braking 30-0mph 8.2m 70-0mph 45.8m
Braking 30-0mph 8.9m 70-0mph 48.9m
Braking 30-0mph 8.5m 70-0mph 47.8m
Noise
Noise
Noise
At 30mph 61.9dB At 70mph 69.1dB
At 30mph 64.1dB At 70mph 68.4dB
At 30mph 61.8dB At 70mph 68.0dB
CARS PICTURED
Audi Q2 1.4 TFSI 150 Sport S tronic with Ara Blue crystal-effect paint (�5),
front Sport seats with black/silver cloth, Comfort Pack (�0), panoramic
roof (�5), LED Interior Lighting Pack Advanced (�0), flat-bottomed Sport
steering wheel (�0), 3.5in colour driver information display (�0)
Mini Countryman Cooper SD All4 with Melting Silver metallic paint (�0),
Chili Pack (�80),Tech Pack (�90), Leather Lounge upholstery (�00),
Media Pack XL (�00),Activity Pack (�0), electric folding rear mirrors
(�0), Park Distance Control (�5), darkened rear glass (�0)
Volkswagen T-Roc 2.0 TDI 4Motion Design DSG with Ravenna Blue metallic
paint, Discover Navigation (�30),Active Info Display (�5), Beats sound
system (�5), Montego Bay alloy wheels (�0), wireless phone charger
(�0), electric tailgate (�0),Winter Pack (�5), park assist (�0)
Driving
Performance
Ride
Handling
Refinement
Behind the wheel
Driving position
Visibility
Infotainment
Quality
Space and practicality
Front space
Rear space
Seating flexibility
Boot
Buying and owning
Costs
Equipment
Reliability
Safety and security
Driving
Performance
Ride
Handling
Refinement
Behind the wheel
Driving position
Visibility
Infotainment
Quality
Space and practicality
Front space
Rear space
Seating flexibility
Boot
Buying and owning
Costs
Equipment
Reliability
Safety and security
OUR RATINGS
Driving
Performance
Ride
Handling
Refinement
Behind the wheel
Driving position
Visibility
Infotainment
Quality
Space and practicality
Front space
Rear space
Seating flexibility
Boot
Buying and owning
Costs
Equipment
Reliability
Safety and security
Overall rating
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Audi Q2 vs Mini Countryman vs Volkswagen T-Roc
SAYS
It may be the oldest model
here, but the Q2 takes the
win.Yes, the ride is a little
firmer than we?d like, but
the flipside of this is keen
handling that makes it the
most enjoyable of our trio
to drive. Inside, you?ll find
a high-quality interior and
a brilliant infotainment
system, although bear in
mind that you?ll probably
want to add a few options.
The silver medal goes
to the T-Roc. Indicative
pricing suggests it?ll be
the cheapest of the three
to buy, yet it has the most
standard equipment.
There?s a bit more rear seat
space than you get in the
Q2 and it?s a little comfier.
It?s just a shame that the
interior feels so cheap and
that the infotainment isn?t
easier to use on the move.
And the Countryman?
Well, it?s certainly the
most practical, with the
biggest boot, the most
rear leg room and the
most flexible rear seats.
It?s the nippiest of our trio,
too. Sadly, its jittery ride,
nervous handling and
stingy standard equipment
mean it has to finish last.
1
Audi
Q2
For Classy interior,
sharp handling,
decent claimed
fuel economy
Against Least rear
seat space, most
expensive to buy
and finance
Recommended
options
Metallic paint
(�0), climate
control (�5),
adjustable lumbar
support (�0)
2
Volkswagen
T-Roc
For Ride and
handling balance,
well equipped,
best safety score
Against Cheapfeeling interior,
average seating
flexibility
Recommended
options
Contrasting roof
colour (�0),
coloured
dashboard
inserts (�0)
3
Mini
Countryman
For Most flexible
rear seats, biggest
boot, strongest
performance
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Against Unsettled
ride, wallowy
handling, noisy,
stingy standard
equipment
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Recommended
options
Metallic paint
(�0), sliding rear
seats (�0)
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COMPARISON
Cut to the space
As Renault s largest SUV, the new Koleos
should meet the needs of most families. Let?s
see how it stacks up against Mazda?s CX-5
Photography: John Bradshaw
THE CONTENDERS
Mazda CX-5
2.2 Skyactiv-D 150 SE-L Nav
List price �,695
Target Price �,614
Renault Koleos
1.6 dCi 130 Dynamique S
List price �,500
Target Price �,634
NEW
The keenly priced CX-5 is great
to drive and impressively frugal.
It?s a hard act to follow.
Can Renault?s biggest SUV
yet prove to be the ideal
family runaround?
SPEAK TO SOME people ? usually
short ones ? and you?ll be told
that good things come in small
packages. The trouble is that
a growing family and all their
luggage is an exceptionally tight
?t in your standard hatchback.
An estate car is one answer,
but if you think bigger is better, a
chunky SUV is probably the most
appealing alternative. Indeed,
Renault is counting on this, having
just released its biggest SUV yet,
the Koleos. It may be a big old
bruiser but, like the Nissan X-Trail
on which it?s based, it?s available
with a frugal 1.6-litre diesel engine
and front-wheel drive to keep
running costs to a minimum.
To see just how good it is, we?re
lining the Koleos up against the
excellent Mazda CX-5. Although
the CX-5 is a bit smaller, it?s still
seriously roomy inside and
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packs more power from a 2.2-litre
diesel engine. Time to see if size
really does matter.
DRIVING
Performance, ride, handling,
refinement
With an extra 20bhp under its
bonnet, you?d expect the CX-5 to
be a bit quicker than the Koleos.
In fact, the CX-5 all but destroys
its French rival when it comes
to acceleration in almost every
situation. While that?s great for
bragging rights down the pub, it
also means the CX-5 struggles far
less with steep inclines, short slip
roads and heavy loads.
Meanwhile, the Koleos?s motor
feels ?at at low revs and quickly
runs out of puff above 4000rpm.
This forces you to change gear
frequently to keep the engine in
its sweet spot. To make matters
worse, the gearshift has a long and
vague action, whereas the CX-5?s
has slicker, shorter and more
satisfying throws.
Furthermore, the Koleos is
much shorter geared than the
CX-5, meaning its engine spins
faster and creates more of a din at
fast A-road and motorway speeds.
Factor in the extra road noise and
the Koleos is a far less peaceful
cruising companion.
Not that the CX-5 is perfect
when you?re ambling along. Its
suspension is quite ?rm, so you
feel more road imperfections than
you do in the Koleos. That said,
any ruts and bumps are dealt with
quickly and there?s no crashing,
thumping or bouncing.
While the Koleos initially feels
more comfortable as it wafts over
crests and dips, potholes are dealt
with noisily and the car takes
longer to settle down after each
big impact. The CX-5?s greater
consistency makes it the more
comfortable car overall.
There?s certainly no question
that the CX-5 handles better.
While the Koleos rolls around
and lollops from turn to turn, the
CX-5 has more precise and quicker
Mazda CX-5 vs Renault Koleos
MAZDA CX-5
BEST
DRIVING
POSITION
1
3
INFOTAINMENT
The CX-5 gets off to a good
start by having its 7.0in
touchscreen with satellite
navigation mounted on top of
the dashboard, making it easy to
see. However, you don?t have to
prod away at the screen to use
the system because there?s also a
rotary dial interface between the
front seats that?s less distracting
to use while driving. It?s a shame
that there?s no Apple CarPlay
or Android Auto smartphone
mirroring, though.
2
BEST
SYSTEM
1 Dense plastics and
attractive pieces of
metal-effect trim make
for a classy interior
2 Gearbox is a joy to
use, but cheap-looking
faux-leather gaiter is
slightly disappointing
3 Steering wheel is
covered in soft leather.
Buttons feel solid and
are intuitive to use
INFOTAINMENT
RENAULT KOLEOS
Pictured here is the 8.7in
portrait system that comes with
range-topping Signature trim.
Dynamique S Nav models get a
7.0in touchscreen with sat-nav,
a DAB radio, Bluetooth, Apple
CarPlay and Android Auto. In
other Renault models, it has
proved fairly responsive, if a
little tricky to navigate at times
because of the clunky menus.
Even so, the larger system isn?t any
better, so you?re not missing out by
sticking to the lower trim.
2
3
1
steering, leans less in corners and
grips much harder. Sure, a good
hatchback or estate would be even
more agile, but you?d be surprised
at how much of a smile the CX-5
can put on your face.
1 Leather-effect grab
handles are a nice
touch, even if you?re
unlikely to use them
2 Configurable digital
display is good in
theory but doesn?t
provide much info
BEST
HANDLING
AND RIDE
BEHIND THE WHEEL
Driving position, visibility,
build quality
While we weren?t overly
enamoured with the original
CX-5?s interior, things are much
improved in the latest model. It
may not be the most exciting to
look at, but the dense plastics,
tasteful brushed metal-effect
trims and precise-feeling buttons
and switches are a cut above what
you?ll ?nd in the Koleos.
3 Stereo controls
behind the wheel
aren?t as easy to use
as ones you can see
CX-5?s more compact dimensions make the car agile in corners
Koleos feels more like a hefty SUV from the driver?s seat
EQUIPMENT
Standard Not available
Alloy
wheel
size
Cruise
control
Mazda CX-5
17in
Renault Koleos
18in
Air-con/
climate
control
DAB/
Infotainment
Apple
Bluetooth/ screen size
CarPlay/
sat-nav
Android Auto
/ //
/ //
7.0in
7.0in
/
/
Rear seat
split
Adjustable
lumbar
support
Parking
sensors
front/rear
Rear-view
camera
Keyless
entry and
start
Metallic
paint
40/20/40
/
/
/ /
�0
60/40
�0
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COMPARISON
MAZDA CX-5
BEST
FRONT
SPACE
BEST
BOOT
495-785mm
930mm
1045-1435mm
975mm
935-1755mm
1395mm
725mm
Boot 506-1620 litres
Suitcases 8
All prices correct at time of testing
Mazda CX-5
Cheaper to buy outright and run;
holds its value better, too
Renault Koleos
Cheaper on finance but more
expensive as a company car
PRICES
List price
Target Price
Company car tax
�,695
�,614
�7, �4, �0, �8
�,500
�,634
�6, �4, �1, �0
�8
�6
(until April 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
Contract hire (per month)
RESALE VALUE BY YEAR
30
? Mazda CX-5 ? Renault Koleos
Value (�00s)
25
15
�,650
�,334
0 year
1 year
2 years
3 years
THREE-YEAR COST
? Depreciation ? Insurance ? Servicing
? Road tax ? Fuel (True MPG)
Mazda CX-5
�86 �0
Total
�,592
�,280
�26
�19
Renault Koleos
�86 �0
Total
�,736
�,984
�69
�17
PCP FINANCE COSTS
Three-year term, �00 customer deposit, 12,000 miles per year
Car
Mazda CX-5
Renault Koleos
Monthly cost
�5
�4
Manufacturer deposit contribution
�0
�00
�,430
�,130
Optional final payment
Representative APR
Excess mileage charge
1060mm
CX-5 has the more flexible rear bench because it folds in three parts and can recline. Tall rear seat passengers
will appreciate having a bit more room under the front seats for their feet and the extra head room over the Koleos
WHAT THEY WILL COST
20
1455mm
3.9%
4.9%
14.9p per mile
8p per mile
na
na
Other fees
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At least it?s easy to ?nd a suitable
driving position in both SUVs.
Along with the usual seat slide
and recline functions, the two
cars come with adjustable lumbar
support to keep your posture good
on longer trips. If you?re after the
additional luxuries of electric
seat adjustment and seat heating,
you?ll need to upgrade to a higher
trim level in both cars.
Being SUVs, they have suitably
lofty driving positions. It?s
even stevens for front and side
visibility, although the Koleos
gets a bonus point for having a
reversing camera to go with the
front and rear parking sensors that
are standard on both cars.
SPACE AND PRACTICALITY
Front space, rear space,
seating flexibility, boot
Before we continue with this
section, let?s deal with the elephant
in the room. Despite being large
SUVs, neither is available with
seven seats. So, if you need to carry
more than four passengers, may
we suggest you pick up a copy of
last month?s issue and read our
comparison of the Peugeot 5008,
Skoda Kodiaq and Nissan X-Trail.
But assuming you only need to
carry ?ve, both cars will suit your
needs just ?ne. The CX-5 is slightly
roomier in the front, with seats
that slide back farther than those
in the Koleos, as well as more head
room, although you won?t feel
remotely cramped in either car.
The Koleos also has a lot less
rear head room than the CX-5, but
again, you?d need to be seriously
tall to ?nd your head brushing
the ceiling. Conversely, we suspect
even the moderately lanky will
prefer the acres of rear leg room in
the Koleos to the merely good leg
room in the CX-5. But at least the
CX-5 gets a seat reclining function
should one of your rear passengers
fancy a snooze.
Flick through the brochures
of both cars and you?d think the
Koleos has the bigger boot. It
certainly has a longer cargo area,
but we were able to squeeze more
carry-on suitcases into the CX-5
(eight versus seven).
Both cars have levers in the boot
that you can pull to fold down
the rear seats, but the CX-5 goes
one better by having 40/20/40
split-folding seatbacks rather than
the Koleos?s less convenient 60/40
arrangement. Once they?re folded
down, the CX-5?s rear seats also lie
at less of an incline.
BUYING AND OWNING
Costs, equipment, reliability,
safety and security
The CX-5 has the cheaper list price,
and while the gap narrows with a
bit of haggling, it?ll still cost you
less than the Koleos to buy and
will lose you less in depreciation
over the ?rst three years.
Slow depreciation usually
helps to make ?nance deals more
competitive, but it?s actually
the Koleos that will cost you
less each month on a 36-month,
12,000-mile-a-year PCP deal (with
a deposit of �00). That?s mainly
because Renault will throw in
a �00 contribution to your
deposit, whereas Mazda only adds
�0, making the former cheaper
by � a month.
Surprisingly, despite the
CX-5 having the more powerful
engine, it was actually the more
economical car in our real-world
True MPG tests. Expect to pay
around an extra �0 at the pumps
over 12,000 miles or so if you
choose the Koleos.
There?s barely anything in
it if you plan to lease. If you?re
a company car driver paying
bene?t-in-kind tax, choosing the
CX-5 will mean sacri?cing roughly
� less of your salary each month
(assuming you?re a 40% taxpayer).
Both SUVs have been awarded
the full ?ve stars by Euro NCAP,
although the CX-5 received
higher marks for adult, child
and pedestrian protection. To
help you avoid an accident in the
?rst place, both cars come with
automatic emergency braking,
while the Koleos adds a lane
departure warning system.
Mazda CX-5 vs Renault Koleos
BEST
REAR
SPACE
Boots? suitcase-carrying capacities are measured
with a 560x350x230mm Antler suitcase, with the
rear seatbacks in place and up to the parcel shelf
RENAULT KOLEOS
440-755mm
910mm
920mm
1060-1355mm
1425mm
960-1850mm
1455mm
1040mm
795mm
Boot 579-1795 litres
Suitcases 7
All versions of the Koleos get a panoramic roof that eats into head room in both the front and rear. The boot is long
and has deep cubbies for storing oddments, but a low load cover means it?s not as capacious as you might think
STATS, SPECS AND RATINGS
SAYS
Renault Koleos
1.6 dCi 130 Dynamique S
Width 2055mm
Mazda CX-5
2.2 Skyactiv-D 150 SE-L Nav
Width 2110mm
1675mm
2125mm
1678mm
2090mm
750mm
760mm
2700mm
2705mm
4550mm
ECONOMY & EMISSIONS
4672mm
TRUE MPG
Average
Town
Motorway
Rural
Cost per 12,000 miles
47.4mpg
41.3mpg
41.8mpg
61.3mpg
�09
Official average 56.5mpg Tank 56 litres
CO2 emissions 132g/km, Euro 6
TRUE MPG
Average
Town
Motorway
Rural
Cost per 12,000 miles
42.9mpg
36.3mpg
39.4mpg
53.mpg
�56
Official average 57.6mpg Tank 60 litres
CO2 emissions 128g/km, Euro 6
1
SAFETY
Euro NCAP crash rating
Euro NCAP crash rating
95%
All protection
As you?ve probably guessed by now, the
Koleos comes a distant second in this test.
We could live with its sluggish performance
if the return was good fuel economy, but it?s
actually the thirstier of these cars. Likewise,
soft suspension means roly-poly handling,
yet it still gets upset by ruts and bumps.
Yes, it?s cheaper on a PCP deal, but we?d
definitely fork out the extra for the CX-5.
The CX-5 isn?t faultless; its ride is a bit firm,
but at least it?s well controlled, so it?s the
more comfortable SUV overall. That?s one of
the few black marks against it, though. This
is an SUV you can enjoy driving, thanks to
its keen handling and punchy engine. With
the interior proving practical and smart, it?s
a worthy five-star car.
80%
78%
59%
All protection
90%
79%
62%
75%
POWERTRAIN
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 2191cc, diesel
148bhp @ 4500rpm
280Ib ft @ 1800-2600rpm
6-spd manual
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
4cyl, 1598cc, diesel
128bhp @ 4000rpm
236Ib ft @ 1750rpm
6-spd manual
PERFORMANCE
Weather conditions Dry
Top
speed
127mph
0-60mph
8.9sec
0-60mph
10.9sec
Top
speed
115mph
Acceleration
30-70mph through the gears 8.9sec
30-50mph 3rd 4.0sec 4th 5.8sec 5th 9.7sec 6th 15.4sec
50-70mph 3rd 5.5sec 4th 5.9sec 5th 7.9sec 6th 10.3sec
Acceleration
30-70mph through the gears 11.1sec
30-50mph 3rd 4.4sec 4th 5.8sec 5th 11.4sec 6th 24.9sec
50-70mph 3rd 7.4sec 4th 7.3sec 5th 8.5sec 6th 11.4sec
Braking
30-0mph 9.2m 70-0mph 50.0m
Braking
30-0mph 9.8m 70-0mph 50.7m
Noise
At 30mph 63.2dB At 70mph 69.0dB
Noise
At 30mph 63.6dB At 70mph 69.3dB
CARS PICTURED
Mazda CX-5 2.2 150 Skyactiv-D Sport Nav with Soul Red crystal
paint (�0)
Renault Koleos dCi 130 Signature Nav with Platinum Grey metallic paint
(�0), Bose sound system (�0), Climate Pack (�0), hands-free parking
(�0), spare wheel (�0)
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Mazda CX-5
For Fun to drive; frugal engine; flexible rear
seats; big boot; high-quality interior
Against Ride is on the firm side; no Apple
CarPlay or Android Auto connectivity
2
Renault Koleos
For Cheaper on finance; more rear leg room
Against Sloppy handling; sluggish
performance; clunky infotainment system;
panoramic roof eats into head room
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OUR CARS
Nissan Qashqai
1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta
Nissan?s popular SUV has been facelifted in an attempt
to keep abreast of a slew of new rivals. Can it succeed?
PHOTOGRAPHY: JOHN BRADSHAW
Mileage 859 List price �,805 Target Price �,012 Price as tested �,675 Test economy 37.2mpg
Alan Taylor-Jones
Alan.Taylor-Jones@haymarket.com
IF YOU?RE SUDDENLY overcome by a case
of d閖� vu, it?s probably because this isn?t
the ?rst time we?ve put a second-generation
Qashqai through a long-term test; back
in February 2014, we took delivery of one
shortly after we?d named it our Car of the Year.
So why have we got another one? Well, the
eagle-eyed among you might have noticed the
bolder snout and snazzy new alloy wheels that
mark this model out as the freshly updated
FIRST
REPORT
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Qashqai. But as well as the external changes,
it has plusher materials inside and a refreshed
7.0in touchscreen infotainment system.
Nissan has also introduced a luxurious
Tekna+ trim with lashings of soft nappa
leather, heated, electrically adjustable seats and
a panoramic roof. However, I decided to keep
things sensible and opt for our recommended
mid-range N-Connecta example.
It may not be as sumptuous inside, but it has
all the stuff you actually need, along with a few
little luxuries. These include dual-zone climate
control, keyless entry and start, front and rear
parking sensors and a surround camera that
gives a bird?s-eye view while you?re parking.
N-Connecta is also the cheapest Qashqai
to get the 7.0in infotainment touchscreen,
which makes changing music or making a call
so much easier; I ?nd it ideal for phoning in
an order for pizza on the way home from work.
In fact, this Qashqai is so well equipped that
I?ve barely touched the options list. The only
two extras I?ve gone for are metallic paint (�5)
and the Heat Pack (�5), which adds a heated
windscreen and front seats to make cold winter
mornings that bit more bearable.
The 1.2-litre turbo petrol
engine can get you from
0-60mph in 11.3sec
Heated front seats come as part of the �5 Heat Pack
of motorway traf?c. That said, I?ve yet to load
the Qashqai with people or the large chunks
of B&Q?s stock that I seem to be buying of late.
What I can say for sure is that the Qashqai
is a relaxed cruiser. Once up to speed, its
engine is barely audible and the ride is
more comfortable than that of our reigning
Small SUV of the Year, the Seat Ateca.
The downside of the Qashqai?s softer
suspension is that the car isn?t as agile as the
Ateca, leaning more in corners and feeling less
keen to change direction. Given that I do more
than 100 miles a day on my commute, I?ll soon
know whether I prefer comfort to cornering.
Although I?m not one to ?ll cars with clutter,
I have been impressed with the amount of
storage space inside the Qashqai. The
door bins are a reasonable size, but
it?s the area between the seats that
WHY WE?RE
impresses most. The cupholders
RUNNING IT
are big enough for even the
To see if a small
largest of coffees, there?s a
turbo petrol engine
small cubbyhole that?s the
in something that?s
perfect size for car keys and
going to be used to
the bin under the armrest is so
transport families and
big that I can ?t my head in it.
DIY kit really is a
As for the boot, it?s not the
biggest in the class, but the split
wise move
?oor has proved very useful for
separating breakable photography
gear from heavy luggage.
All things considered, I?m pretty happy so
far. The Qashqai may not be the most exciting
ride in the What Car? car park, but it?s certainly
one of the most usable. In short, it?s easy to
see why the Qashqai remains one of the
best-selling cars in the UK.
Sat-nav is a standard feature on the 7.0in touchscreen
Qashqai rolls more than the Seat Ateca when cornering
Interior materials are good quality; storage is plentiful
?The 1.2-litre turbo
petrol engine actually
has 5bhp more than
the 1.5-litre diesel?
RIVALS
Seat Ateca
Skoda Karoq
Great to drive, with
sharp steering
and composed
handling. It?s
spacious, too.
Closely related
to the Ateca, but
its ride is comfier
and its interior
more flexible.
While we liked the 1.5-litre diesel engine
in our previous Qashqai, I decided against
running that again. For a start, it seemed a
little silly to go for an engine that we know
so well already. But also, diesels are rapidly
declining in popularity due to concerns
regarding their environmental impact and
how they?ll be taxed in the future.
I?ve therefore opted for the entry-level
1.2-litre petrol engine. That may seem way too
small for an SUV, but, being turbocharged,
it actually has a 5bhp higher power output
than the diesel in our previous long-termer, at
113bhp. Plus, as we?ve found in our long-term
Peugeot 3008 (see p83), 1.2-litre petrol engines
can be all you need in a small SUV.
The 1.2-litre Qashqai costs a private buyer
exactly the same in road tax as the diesel and
is signi?cantly cheaper to buy. Hopefully, this
will more than offset what is likely to be a
greater thirst for fuel. After all, you can buy an
awful lot of unleaded with a four-?gure sum.
True, the engine is no powerhouse, but it?s
willing enough to deal with the cut and thrust
Centre bin is big enough for odds, ends and Alan?s head
LOGBOOK
Nissan Qashqai
1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta
List price �,805
Target Price �,012
Price as tested �,675
Extras
Metallic paint (�5)
Heat Pack (�5)
Running costs
Test economy 37.2mpg
True MPG na
Tank 65 litres
Contract hire �8
Cost per mile 12.6p
Insurance group 14
Typical insurance quote �9
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OUR CARS
Honda Civic
1.0 VTEC SR
Mileage 4810 List price �,340
Target Price �,172 Price as tested
�,340 Test economy 38.6mpg
Skoda Kodiaq 2.0 TDI SE L DSG
WHAT BETTER WAY to get to know a car than
to load it up with the family for a 1500-mile
trip? That?s what we did recently, driving from
London to Wales and then on to Killarney on
the west coast of Ireland.
The ?rst test this family holiday presented
the Kodiaq with was load space ? initially with
the four of us and our two weeks? worth of
luggage, then for a couple of days of sevenup travel as we ferried around the extended
family. Although boot space is pretty paltry
once the rearmost seats are in place, the Kodiaq
managed the task admirably.
As we extended the mileage by spending
several hours in the car each day, interior
quality and convenience were next to fall
under scrutiny. But, again, the Kodiaq passed
this challenge with ease. It?s a great car to be in,
thanks to the high quality of the materials and
its ergonomic design. Meanwhile, some niceto-have features such as drinks holders that
grip the bottle while you undo the lid really
make life easier ? and safer.
The journey started on motorways and then
switched from B-roads to windy country lanes.
There?s no dynamic thrill about driving the
Kodiaq, but its steering is direct and accurate,
it corners well for a large SUV and, when fully
laden, the sometimes ?rm and unsettled ride
is much more composed. Not even the kids
were complaining after a 200-mile stint;
that?s about as good a recommendation as
you?ll get for comfort.
The 2.0-litre diesel engine also proved its
worth; even with the car at its most packed,
it always had enough punch to overtake the
many tractors that seem to inhabit country
roads. And on the motorway, it had plenty in
reserve, making the car a quiet cruiser.
Fuel economy for the entire trip totalled
just over 44mpg, which strikes me as very
reasonable given the amount of twisty, hilly
routes we took when seeking out the best
coastal scenery on offer.
Plus, those hills gave the DSG automatic
gearbox a chance to shine. With a manual
gearbox, I like to use engine braking to keep the
car under complete control. With an automatic,
this often isn?t possible; even if you ?ick into
manual mode, most gearboxes will override
and shift up because the programming
interprets that you?re revving too high. But
when descending steep hills in the Kodiaq,
Skoda?s gearbox knows to shift down when you
take your foot off the accelerator.
It is still early days but, with just under 2000
miles on the odometer, the Kodiaq passed this
tough test with ?ying colours. Yes, there are
a few minor irritations to ponder in future
reports, but none of them would cause me
to hesitate in recommending this car as a
comfortable cruiser that does more than most
rivals to make life easier.
Boot capacity is restricted if the rearmost seats are up
DSG automatic gearbox took hilly coast roads in its stride
Jim Holder
Jim.Holder@haymarket.com
Mileage 1980 List price �,615
Target Price �,095 Price as tested �,615
Test economy 43.9mpg
I continue to be enamoured with our Civic ?
in most respects, it?s a little gem in a world of
forgettable hatchbacks ? but, alas, there is
one aspect that disappoints considerably:
its infotainment touchscreen.
The screen is prone to glare, for starters,
and often needs a second prod before
stirring itself into action.The shortcut icons
are hard to locate and hit on the move, and
the Fisher-Price-style graphics are awful.
But the worst thing is the utterly unintuitive
nature of the system?s operation. Sometimes
I lose the menu that lists radio station
options and it takes me days of rifling
through the numerous sub-menus before
I eventually find it again.At other times, I
simply give up and enlist the help of my
teenage daughter. MP
BMW 5 Series
520d SE
Mileage 3428 List price �,815
Target Price �,572 Price as tested
�,815 Test economy 44.6mpg
There?s a lot to like about our 5 Series, but
the feature that most impresses first-time
passengers is the optional Gesture Control
system ? in particular, the way it lets you
adjust the stereo volume simply by rotating
a finger in the air.
Funny, then, that it?s actually one of the
extras I wouldn?t bother specifying if I had
my time again. Once the novelty has worn
off, you realise that it?s actually simpler to
just reach for the volume button on the
steering wheel.
The way Gesture Control lets you answer
or decline incoming calls with a swipe
of your hand is useful, although I?m still
not convinced that the advantage is big
enough to justify its �0 cost. SH
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OUR CARS
Renault Sc閚ic
1.5 dCi 110 Dynamique S Nav
Luc Lacey
Luc.Lacey@haymarket.com
Mileage 15,941 List price �,565
Target Price �,323 Price as tested �,080
Test economy 50.0mpg
THERE HAVE BEEN a fair few grumbles from
my colleagues regarding our brightly coloured
Sc閚ic. I, however, have found it to be a reliable
car that?s ideally suited to the long journeys
I take to photograph cars.
It?s the little things that make the difference,
such as slim windscreen pillars that split to
form large front quarterlight windows, giving
the driver fantastic visibility. Night drives
are easy, too, thanks to our Scenic?s full LED
headlights, even if their auto-dipping function
can be a bit slow to react at times.
Similarly, the keyless entry system that?s
standard on our Dynamique S Nav model isn?t
perfect, because you sometimes need to pull
the handle twice before the lock relinquishes
its grip, but I still ?nd it makes my life easier.
While we?re on convenience features, Renault
has now drawn a link between its involvement
in motorsport and one of its mainstream road
cars, claiming that the Sc閚ic has a ?Formula 1style? fuel ?ap. That might sound far-fetched,
but it essentially means there?s no separate cap,
preventing you from getting your hands dirty.
And inside, there are not one but four USB
ports ? useful when I?m travelling with friends.
One last thing: the Sc閚ic?s easy-to-operate,
height-adjustable boot ?oor. You simply lift the
lightweight panel up and out before slotting it
into an elevated bracket at the back of the boot.
It helps me load my heavy camera gear and
provides space underneath for other items.
V-shaped windscreen
pillars provide terrific
visibility to the sides
Peugeot 3008 1.2 Puretech 130 Allure
Claire Evans
Claire.Evans@haymarket.com
Mileage 7649 List price �,295
Target Price �,304 Price as tested �,280
Test economy 40.6mpg
LAST MONTH, I traded my 3008 for a 2014
example for a couple of days, because the
new car was needed for a photo shoot. At ?rst
I was struck by the fact that I ? well, my car ?
no longer turned heads wherever I went.
The gently curvy (some might say bulbous
or chubby) bodywork of the previous 3008
isn?t offensive, but it?s dull compared with the
sharp looks of the latest incarnation.
However, I soon discovered the previousgeneration 3008 has many of the strong
points that I appreciate on the new model.
For example, both have a high driving position
that ensures an excellent view ahead, and both
are comfortable, quiet motorway cruisers.
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The model I borrowed had Peugeot?s 1.6-litre
diesel engine, and this pulls more strongly
across the rev range than my car?s 1.2-litre
petrol. And despite its larger capacity, the diesel
managed a clear 10mpg more than my petrol.
The old car?s owner, Louise Sleight, has
owned her car from new and been happy with
it so far, but she?s starting to think it might
be time to replace it and was keen to sample
the latest model. Like me, she appreciated the
new 3008?s good visibility, practical interior,
comprehensive standard equipment and
gargantuan boot; as I found out on a recent
supermarket shop, it really is a 10-bagger, with
enough room left for a large bag of cat litter.
But while there was much that Louise liked
about the new 3008, she was disappointed
to ?nd it doesn?t have her car?s split tailgate.
This feature provides a low ledge that makes
it easy for her dogs to get in and out of the boot,
and its omission is a deal-breaker for her.
Boot can handle even the biggest supermarket shop
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USED CARS
Seat Leon
BUYING GUIDE It?s our Used Car of the Year for 2018. But what exactly
do you need to look out for when buying a used Seat Leon?
In production 2013-present Price from �00 Our favourite 1.4 TSI 150 FR Technology
Mark Pearson
mark.pearson@haymarket.com
IF YOU ASKED people to name a medium-sized
family hatchback, chances are that the Seat
Leon would be quite a way down their list. They
might easily be able to roll off the Ford Focus,
Volkswagen Golf and Vauxhall Astra, but for
years the Leon has been a little off the public?s
radar. Considering how good it is and how
much it undercuts its rivals on price, this is a
real travesty of justice.
WHAT?S IT LIKE?
On the road, the Leon feels sprightly, with
distinctly sporty handling. And yet the ride is
comfortable and controlled. Inside, it is well
equipped and there?s plenty of space for a
family and all their paraphernalia.
There?s also an excellent range of engines
to choose from. Petrols kick off with a 1.2-litre
unit, through a 148bhp 1.4 and working up
to a 296bhp 2.0-litre Cupra ?yer, although
a facelift in 2016 brought in a 1.0-litre threecylinder engine. Diesel versions comprise
an astonishingly economical 1.6 TDI (good
for a 70.6mpg average in some models), a
punchier 148bhp 2.0 TDI and a notably swift
181bhp 2.0-litre unit.
RIVALS
2013-present
Volkswagen Golf
2011-present
Ford Focus
Classier than the
Leon, but more
costly to buy.
Good value, but
cramped and
plasticky inside.
Interior space isn?t as generous as the Skoda Octavia?s
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?On the road, the
Leon feels sprightly,
with distinctly
sporty handling?
Steering wheel and driver?s seat have lots of adjustments
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Considering the current Leon only goes back
to 2013, it?s amazing that you can pick up a
good example from �00. This will net you a
2013 petrol or diesel car with around 60,000
miles from a trade or private seller. This price
undercuts what you?d pay for its rivals ? just
one reason why it?s our Used Car of the Year.
Controls that are used regularly are within easy reach
Boot is spacious enough
for most families?
everyday needs
GOOD
Well equipped
Cheap to
buy and run
BAD
Bland interior
Firm ride
S cars? 5.0in touchscreen grows to 8.0in in other trims
is powerful and gives average economy of
64.2mpg in some versions.
Servicing costs are reasonable and road tax
should cost no more than it would for rivals.
WHAT SHOULD I LOOK FOR?
Moving up to around the �,000 mark buys
a 2015 model in excellent condition and low
mileage from an independent dealer, while
�,000 will get you a 2016 car that you?d be
hard pushed to differentiate from a new one.
What about running costs? We would bypass
the original 1.2-litre four-cylinder petrol in
favour of the more recent 1.0-litre threecylinder version because, at 64.2mpg and
102g/km of CO2 emissions, it is more
ef?cient. The punchy and re?ned
1.4 TSI 150 engine incorporates a
cylinder cut-off system that shuts
down two cylinders when it
senses they?re not needed
and has an of?cial average
economy ?gure of 57.6mpg.
The best economy lies
with the diesels, though,
particularly the 1.6-litre
engine, although this can
feel a little slow. The 2.0 TDI
On the whole, the Leon is a solid and sensible
family car, bought by people who tend to look
after them well ? especially so considering
the good back-up and the three-year, 60,000mile warranty given by Seat dealers. Check the
interior for signs of wear and tear, and alloy
wheels for any kerb damage. On the more
powerful models, and particularly the hot
Cupra version, check that the engine isn?t too
noisy on start-up and that there are no signs of
blue smoke from the exhaust.
The Leon scored a respectable 83% in our
latest reliability survey. Reported problems are
few; a lot of the Leon?s components are shared
with other Volkswagen Group cars, so they are
easy to get hold of and not too pricey should
issues occur. There are a few reports of water
leaks and some minor electrical gremlins, but
generally owners seem to be happy.
WHICH ONE SHOULD I BUY?
The diesel-engined Leons may be more
ef?cient, but there?s always a hint of gruffness
to them at low speeds, so for that reason
we?d try to seek out our favourite petrol
unit, the 1.4 TSI 150, which is a smooth and
powerful performer.
All the trim options in the Leon are well
equipped. Starting off with the entry-level
S, you get air-con, a 5.0in touchscreen
infotainment system and Bluetooth. It?s worth
stepping up to the SE version, especially one
with the optional ? but widely available ?
Technology Pack, which brings 16in alloys,
cruise control, seat height adjustment, a DAB
radio and an 8.0in touchscreen. However,
our favourite trim is FR, which adds powerfolding mirrors, dual-zone climate control
and automatic lights and wipers, along with
LED headlights if you go for a car equipped
with the Technology Pack.
FR Titanium and Xcellence Tech trims are
available on the later versions of the Leon and
add styling enhancements that look good but
are not worth paying a premium for.
ONES WE FOUND
2014
Leon 1.6 TDI
SE Technology,
30,000 miles,
�67
2014
Leon 1.4 TSI
FR Technology,
45,000 miles,
�,192
2016
Leon 1.4 TSI FR
Technology Pack,
6500 miles,
�,495
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SAYS
Great to drive, well equipped,
cheap to run and fantastic
value ? the Leon has it all
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USED CARS
Our friends electric
Electric cars such as the BMW i3 and Volkswagen e-Golf
are becoming more attainable for used car buyers,
but which is best if you want to make the switch?
Photography: Will Williams
THE CONTENDERS
BMW i3
List price when new �,980
Price today �,500
Electric hatchbacks don?t
come much more desirable
than the BMW i3.
Volkswagen e-Golf
List price when new �,680
Price today �,000
Most of the good points of a
normal Golf, but with lower
running costs.
Price today is based on a 2014 model with average mileage
and full service history, correct at time of writing
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ELECTRIC CARS ARE still a relatively rare sight
on UK roads, but as the charging infrastructure
grows, so does the number of these models on
the market. And with the increases in range
that have come along with the latest battery
technology, a used electric car is now a viable
option for far more people than ever before.
The BMW i3 is one of the best, with its
sci-? looks, high-quality interior and
surprisingly punchy performance at all
speeds. However, here it faces tough
competition from the Volkswagen e-Golf.
By simply swapping a standard Golf?s engine
for an electric motor, Volkswagen has ensured
the e-Golf retains impressive practicality,
but with the bonus of cheaper running costs.
Is that enough to give it the edge over its
more extrovert rival, though? Well, earlier
this year, we put the latest versions of both of
these cars to the test, with the e-Golf taking the
victory. Now we?re ?nding out whether that
holds true for this pair as second-hand cars.
DRIVING
Performance, ride, handling, refinement
Both cars have three modes (Normal, Eco and
Eco Plus) that are increasingly restrictive on
performance, limiting power, torque and
top speed, as well as switching off the air-con,
to eke out every last mile. There are also three
levels of braking regeneration, which increases
the amount of energy that?s put back into the
batteries when you lift off the accelerator.
With both cars fully charged, the i3 managed
85 miles in our real-world range test, while
BMW i3 vs Volkswagen e-Golf
BMW i3
1
2
3
1 Materials are largely
recycled and unusual
looking, but the effect
is stunning
2 Speed and battery
range are clearly
shown on this
small display
3 Low window line
aids forward visibility,
but over-the-shoulder
view is restricted
The i3 delivers
stronger performance
than the e-Golf, but
its ride is firmer
VOLKSWAGEN E-GOLF
BEST
DRIVING
POSITION
1
1 Dashboard is solidly
built but doesn?t
have the premium
feel of the i3?s
3
2 Climate controls
are logically laid out
and easy to reach
2
3 Subtly tweaked dials
are among the few
clues that this isn?t a
conventional Golf
the e-Golf beat that by only two miles despite
having a notably larger battery.
Electric power means no gears and instant
acceleration, so both cars are extremely punchy
at low speeds. However, because the i3 has an
extra 54bhp and weighs 300kg less than the
e-Golf, it keeps pulling hard at higher speeds,
whereas acceleration in the e-Golf starts to tail
off above 40mph. In fact, the i3?s 0-60mph
time of 6.9sec embarrasses some hot hatches.
And the i3 is more than just a sprinter.
Its quick, nicely weighted steering and good
body control make it feel more agile in town.
But while the e-Golf?s steering is slower, it gives
you a better sense of connection with the road.
The i3 feels less sure of itself when pushed
harder, because its skinny tyres cause its
front end to wash wide surprisingly early in
BEST
RIDE
The e-Golf has a
slightly better realworld range of 87
miles between charges
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USED CARS
BMW i3
930mm
610-1370mm
370-660mm
930mm
690mm
1090mm
1020mm
Boot is smaller than the e-Golf?s, with a narrower opening; access to the two rear seats is via rear-hinged doors; front seats are slightly elevated, but there?s still plenty of room
ONES WE FOUND
2015 BMW i3,
14,889 miles,
�,993
2014 VW e-Golf,
12,646 miles,
�,440
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corners. This, along with quick steering,
makes the i3 feel nervous. The e-Golf?s more
relaxed turn-in and lower, wider stance help
it feel more surefooted and let it grip harder.
Ride quality is another area in which the
i3 is second best. It?s ?rm ? although never
uncomfortable ? over broken surfaces at low
BMW i3
speeds and it fails to settle on the motorway.
The e-Golf?s softer set-up isn?t as good as the
regular Golf?s, because you feel more bumps,
but on most roads, and especially at high
speeds, it?s more supple than the i3.
The e-Golf is also the more relaxing car to
be in, mainly because it does a better job of
dealing with wind and road noise than the i3.
BEHIND THE WHEEL
Driving position, visibility, infotainment, quality
BMW has done a superb job of the i3?s dash. Its
layout is seriously user-friendly and everything
feels solid; the use of recycled materials gives
unique but surprisingly high-quality textures.
BMW?s rotary dial-controlled iDrive
infotainment system is one of the easiest to
use and the i3?s 6.5in screen is super-sharp.
Apart from some blue interior detailing and
subtly revised instrument dials, the e-Golf?s
interior is much the same as any other Golf?s.
That means the plastics feel dense and solidly
constructed, although you might ?nd the
design a little dull in comparison with the i3?s.
The e-Golf?s 8.0in infotainment touchscreen
is really responsive and has simple menus,
although the i3?s is even more user-friendly
and less distracting to operate while driving.
SPACE AND PRACTICALITY
Front space, rear space, seating flexibility, boot
Tall adults will have enough head and leg room
in the front of either car, but the i3?s narrower
body means less room for shoulders. There?s
a wide range of adjustment on both cars? front
seats, but you adjust the e-Golf?s backrests with
a wheel ? more accurate than the i3?s levers.
Forward visibility is good in both cars, but
the e-Golf gives better over-the-shoulder vision.
The e-Golf is the more spacious in the back,
offering more head, shoulder and leg room.
The i3 also has only two rear seats, although
a couple of adults will sit in relative comfort.
Families will ?nd the e-Golf easier to live with,
because three children can sit across its rear
seats and its conventionally opening rear
doors, as opposed to the i3?s rear-hinged ones,
make access much easier in car parks.
The e-Golf?s boot has a wider opening and
a longer, deeper and wider load bay than
the i3?s. As a result, a large suitcase is a tight
squeeze in the i3 but no trouble in the e-Golf.
Both cars? rear seats split (the i3?s 50/50, the
e-Golf?s 60/40) and fold to extend the load bay.
BUYING AND OWNING
Costs, equipment, reliability, safety and security
Quick steering and
a tight turning circle
make the i3 feel
agile in town
VOLKSWAGEN E-GOLF
Lower stance and
greater grip make
the e-Golf feel more
composed at speed
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Electric cars may be becoming more accessible
on the used market, but they still don?t come all
that cheap. Both the i3 and e-Golf will set you
back quite a bit more than comparable petrol
or diesel cars. Of the two, it?s the e-Golf that?s
the more expensive, albeit not by very much.
However, the extra cost of either of these is
BEST
countered by the low running costs. Neither
HANDLING
will cost you much to charge up on a standard
household electricity tariff and both can drive
a similar distance between top-ups.
One thing to keep in mind is that there aren?t
that many independent local garages that work
on electric cars just yet, so you might have to
take your car back to a franchised dealership
?Reliability is hard to
gauge, but there are
no common major
issues with either car?
BMW i3 vs Volkswagen e-Golf
BEST
BOOT
SPACE
VOLKSWAGEN E-GOLF
BEST
REAR
SPACE
980mm
530-790mm
BEST
FRONT
SPACE
970mm
770-1550mm
720mm
1010-1280mm
1110mm
Boot is no different from the regular Golf?s, so it?s a good size and shape; rear seats can accommodate three, with more head and leg room than i3?s; front seats are roomier, too
for any work that needs doing. Still, servicing
and maintenance costs will be minimal,
because there are few moving parts.
Reliability is hard to gauge; so few examples
of either car have been sold that there isn?t
suf?cient data to say conclusively. But there
aren?t any common major problems with
either car, and due to their relative mechanical
simplicity, they should last a long time.
Both cars come with alloy wheels, climate
control, automatic lights and wipers, cruise
control, rear parking sensors, a DAB radio,
sat-nav, a USB port and Bluetooth. The e-Golf
adds LED headlights, front parking sensors and
a standard rapid-charging inlet, which allows
for half-hour charges. This is optional on the i3.
The i3 has been crash tested by Euro NCAP,
achieving four stars. The e-Golf hasn?t been
tested, but the regular Golf gets ?ve stars. The
e-Golf also has automatic emergency braking.
STATS, SPECS AND RATINGS
BMW i3
Volkswagen e-Golf
Width 2020mm Boot 260-1100 litres
Width 2010mm Boot 341-1231 litres
1580mm
2020mm
2000mm
1450mm
770mm
670mm
2640mm
2570mm
3990mm
4350mm
ECONOMY & EMISSIONS
Official range 118 miles Real-world range 85 miles
CO2 emissions 0g/km, Euro 6
SAYS
The i3 wows with its distinctive interior, while
its strong performance and good realworld range also give it plenty of appeal. If
you?re after an electric car that stands out
and makes you feel special, it?s a solid buy.
Just be aware that that extrovert styling
comes at a price; the i3 isn?t an ideal family
car, due to its small boot and lack of a fifth
seat. Its firm ride means it isn?t as good to
drive around town as the e-Golf, either.
The e-Golf is a complete contrast. You?d
be hard pushed to tell it apart from a
normal Golf from the outside, and while
that might make it bland for some, it will
be a positive for others. However, it is a little
pricier to buy, and it?s also worth noting that
its relative rarity makes it tricky to unearth.
If you can find one, though, the e-Golf
is a better car than the i3. It?s considerably
more practical, better to drive, has a
more comfortable ride and comes with
more standard kit. With all that in mind,
we think it?s worth the small additional cost.
Official range 118 miles Real-world range 87 miles
CO2 emissions 0g/km, Euro 6
SAFETY
y
xy
Euro NCAP crash rating
All protection
86%
81%
57%
Euro NCAP crash rating
Not tested
55%
POWERTRAIN
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
Battery capacity
Electric motor
167bhp
184lb ft
Single-speed automatic
18.8kWh
Engine
Peak power
Peak torque
Gearbox
Battery capacity
Electric motor
113bhp
199lb ft
Single-speed automatic
24.2kWh
PERFORMANCE
0-60mph
6.9sec
Weather conditions Dry
Top
speed
91mph
0-60mph
9.7sec
Top
speed
87mph
Acceleration
30-70mph in kickdown 6.2sec
Acceleration
30-70mph in kickdown 10.1sec
30-50mph in kickdown 2.2sec
30-50mph in kickdown 3.8sec
50-70mph in kickdown 4.0sec
50-70mph in kickdown 6.3sec
Braking
30-0mph 8.5m 70-0mph 49.2m
Braking
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For Impressive performance; stunning
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City cars
Suzuki Celerio
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.0 SZ2
List price �99 Target Price �21
MPG 65.7 CO2 99g/km
For It has a practical interior with a DAB radio
and the engine gives adequate performance.
Against The interior feels cheap, resale values
are weak and infotainment options are limited.
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Hyundai i10
Seat Mii
Our pick 1.0 S
List price �40 Target Price �95
MPG 60.1 CO2 108g/km
For The three-cylinder engine is re?ned and
the interior is surprisingly roomy.
Against This entry-level trim doesn?t give you
much kit and the engine struggles out of town.
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Our pick 1.0 60 SE 3dr
List price �95 Target Price �76
MPG 64.2 CO2 102g/km
For The Mii feels remarkably grown-up to drive
and is cheaper than the near-identical VW Up.
Against It?s not as well ?nished inside as the Up
and this version feels slow on faster roads.
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BUYER?S GUIDE CITY CARS
�,000-�,000
Skoda Citigo
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.0 60 SE Greentech 5dr
List price �,325 Target Price �99
MPG 68.9 CO2 96g/km
For Great to drive, with a comfy ride and agile
handling, and its interior is well thought out.
Against Driving position isn?t perfect and the
Volkswagen Up retains its value better.
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Fiat 500
Vauxhall Viva
Our pick 1.2 Pop
List price �,615 Target Price �,891
MPG 60.1 CO2 110g/km
For Desirability, quirky looks, a fairly keen price
and a petrol engine that loves to be revved.
Against The ride is unsettled and the boot is
extremely small.
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Our pick 1.0 SL
List price �,665 Target Price �,299
MPG 61.4 CO2 104g/km
For Smooth-revving engine is quiet and you
get lots of safety kit as standard.
Against There?s lots of road and wind noise
at speed and the clutch is vague.
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Our pick 1.25 3
List price �,650 Target Price �,027
MPG 61.4 CO2 106g/km
For Handles well, lots of standard kit,
comfortable seats and a long warranty.
Against The engine needs to be worked hard on
the motorway and the ride is unsettled in town.
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BEST
BUY
Hyundai i10
The i10 has been our favourite city car for the
past three years. This top-spec trim brings an
upgraded infotainment system comprising
sat-nav, DAB, Apple CarPlay and Bluetooth, all
accessed via a 7.0in touchscreen. The engine is
punchy and suited to life in town, while the i10
manages to deal with rutted road surfaces and
feels surefooted on roundabouts. The icing on
the cake is space for ?ve and a decent boot.
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Our pick 1.2 Premium SE
List price �,110
Target Price �,217
MPG 57.6 CO2 114g/km
For Comfortable, roomy and well equipped, and
the engine is gutsy enough for motorway use.
Against Not as enjoyable to drive as the
Volkswagen Up and not quite as classy inside.
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Volkswagen Up
Our pick 1.0 TSI 90 High Up 3dr
List price �,490 Target Price �,905
MPG 64.2 CO2 108g/km
For Economical, good handling and comfortable;
smarter than other city cars inside.
Against The ride quality isn?t as good on 17in
wheels and rear space is at a premium.
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Small cars
Dacia Sandero
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 0.9 TCe Ambiance
List price �95 Target Price �05
MPG 57.6 CO2 109g/km
For Lots of space for the money, decent to drive
and a fair amount of standard kit.
Against The engine is unre?ned at most speeds
and the interior is comparatively basic.
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Suzuki Swift
Nissan Micra
Our pick 1.2 SZ3
List price �,499 Target Price �,983
MPG 65.7 CO2 98g/km
For Good to drive, with sharp steering and ?ne
body control, and decent standard equipment.
Against Interior materials and infotainment are
disappointing and there?s wind noise at speed.
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Our pick 1.0 Visia
List price �,995 Target Price �,641
MPG 61.4 CO2 103g/km
For Well-laid-out dashboard, comfortable
driving position and spacious front seats.
Against Cramped in the back and this engine
needs to be worked hard.
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Seat Ibiza
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.0 TSI 95 SE
List price �,595 Target Price �,502
MPG 60.1 CO2 106g/km
For Great to drive, good ride, roomy inside and
surprisingly practical.
Against You don?t get that many luxuries
and the infotainment system is basic.
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Skoda Fabia
Hyundai i20
Our pick 1.0 TSI 95 SE
List price �,275 Target Price �,128
MPG 64.2 CO2 101g/km
For There?s plenty of space, it handles well
and the infotainment set-up is slick.
Against Interior quality could be better and
the ride is unsettled at low speeds.
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Our pick 1.0 T-GDi 100 SE
List price �,820 Target Price �,984
MPG 62.8 CO2 104g/km
For Class-leading space for all occupants and
luggage, and a comfortable ride.
Against The engine is noisy when revved, the
steering is numb and rivals have more safety kit.
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MORE THAN �,000
Ford Fiesta
Our pick 1.0T Ecoboost 140 ST-Line 5dr
List price �,045 Target Price �,753
MPG 63.0 CO2 102g/km
For Even more fun than the Ibiza, with a good
driving position and an intuitive dashboard.
Against Comparatively expensive running costs,
and there isn?t much space in the rear or boot.
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BEST
BUY
Seat Ibiza
Seat has taken a huge step forward with the
latest Ibiza, catching its rivals napping with the
sharp-looking hatch?s all-round excellence.
The Ibiza is not only superb to drive, especially
in sporty FR guise, but is also more spacious
and practical than rivals such as the latest Ford
Fiesta, while its infotainment system is second
to none in this class. The fact that it?s cheaper
to buy than the Fiesta is merely a bonus.
Our pick 1.0 TSI 95 FR
List price �,015
Target Price �,876
MPG 60.1 CO2 106g/km
For Fun to drive, practical, well equipped and
scores well for safety.
Against A Fiesta is even more fun to drive
and there?s some road noise.
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Mini Hatch 5dr
Our pick 1.5T Cooper Chili Media
List price �,430 Target Price �,033
MPG 58.9 CO2 111g/km
For As good to drive as the three-door, but
with usable rear space and a half-decent boot.
Against The rear door openings are pretty
narrow and there?s wind and road noise.
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�,000-�,000
Family cars
Skoda Octavia
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.0 TSI SE
List price �,500 Target Price �,994
MPG 58.9 CO2 110g/km
For Strong and re?ned engine, low running costs,
excellent practicality, classy interior.
Against Low-speed ride could be better and the
Octavia is comparatively pricey to insure.
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Vauxhall Astra
Nissan Pulsar
Our pick 1.6 CDTi 110 Design
List price �,195 Target Price �,896
MPG 78.5 CO2 95g/km
For Low CO2 emissions make it an ideal company
car. Decent to drive, with a practical interior.
Against Entry-level trim is a little sparse, the
engine is gruff and the low-speed ride is ?rm.
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Our pick 1.2 DIG-T Acenta Tech Pack
List price �,070 Target Price �,946
MPG 56.5 CO2 117g/km
For There?s plenty of room for occupants and
their luggage, and decent equipment.
Against Most rivals have stronger resale
values and it?s mediocre to drive.
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�,000-�,000
Seat Leon
Our pick 1.0 TSI Eco 115 SE Technology
List price �,235 Target Price �,048
MPG 64.2 CO2 102g/km
For Strong yet economical petrol engine, with
low running costs; plenty of standard kit.
Against Some of the plastics feel cheap and
it could be quicker on the motorway.
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BEST
BUY
Skoda Octavia
Recent updates are enough to re-establish
the Octavia at the top of this class. The
dashboard materials and driving position
are just as top notch as you?ll ?nd in its sister
car, the Volkswagen Golf, so drivers of all
shapes and sizes will be comfortable. It?s also
cheaper to run than many of its rivals. The
interior is huge and the 590-litre boot dwarfs
anything else available in this class.
Our pick 1.5 TSI 150 SE
List price �,830
Target Price �,213
MPG 56.5 CO2 114g/km
For Spacious and classy interior, punchy engine,
good to drive, competitively priced.
Against Some suspension noise and the ride
isn?t as comfortable as the VW Golf?s.
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Ford Focus
Our pick 1.0T Ecoboost Zetec
List price �,135 Target Price �,741
MPG 61.4 CO2 105g/km
For Great to drive, with a smooth and quiet
engine and low running costs.
Against Rivals are either cheaper to buy and
offer more space and kit or feel better built.
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BEST
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Volkswagen Golf
Audi A3 Sportback
Hyundai Ioniq
Our pick 1.5 TSI Evo 130 SE Navigation 5dr
List price �,790 Target Price �,902
MPG 58.9 CO2 113g/km
For Brilliant to drive, well equipped, re?ned,
comparatively cheap to buy and run.
Against Tall adults might struggle to see the
instrument dials and the interior is a bit dreary.
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Our pick 1.0 TFSI Sport
List price �,535 Target Price �,907
MPG 60.1 CO2 107g/km
For Punchy, economical engine, quality interior,
great to drive and excellent infotainment.
Against Larger alloys and sports suspension
harm the ride, and it?s fairly pricey to buy.
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Our pick 1.6 GDI Hybrid Premium DCT
List price �,695 Target Price �,213
MPG 74.3 CO2 79g/km
For Good-quality interior, decent to drive and
cheap to run, especially if you stay in town.
Against The ride is unsettled at low speeds and
there?s a shortage of rear head room.
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Skoda Superb
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
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Volkswagen Passat
Ford Mondeo
Our pick 2.0 TDI 150 SE Technology
List price �,550 Target Price �,958
MPG 65.7 CO2 113g/km
For Masses of standard kit, huge rear leg room
Our pick 2.0 TDI 150 S
List price �,435 Target Price �,958
MPG 67.3 CO2 109g/km
For Drives well, with a good ride and re?ned
Our pick 2.0 TDCi 150 Zetec
List price �,045 Target Price �,613
MPG 67.3 CO2 109g/km
For It?s very good to drive, roomy inside,
Against Some other executive cars are more
Against Some rivals are more practical, while
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and boot space, and a comfortable ride.
fun to drive and the engine is a little gruff.
diesel engine; the interior is smart.
the dashboard design is a bit dull.
re?ned and has a large, practical boot.
Against Quality isn?t as good as rivals?
and resale values are poor.
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�,000-�,000
Audi A3 Saloon
BEST
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Our pick 2.0 TDI 150 Sport
List price �,700 Target Price �,695
MPG 67.3 CO2 110g/km
For It handles well, the engine is strong
and the interior is beautifully built.
Against It costs more than the A3 Sportback,
despite having a less practical boot.
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BMW 3 Series
Alfa Romeo Giulia
Our pick 320d Efficient Dynamics Sport
List price �,900 Target Price �,581
MPG 68.9 CO2 108g/km
For Great to drive, with a strong engine
Our pick 2.2d 180 Super auto
List price �,315 Target Price �,960
MPG 67.3 CO2 109g/km
For Fantastic looks, engaging handling
and an excellent infotainment system.
Against The engine is gruff and the
interior isn?t especially classy.
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and strong performance.
Against The engine is a little noisy
and interior quality is below par.
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MORE THAN �,000
Audi A5 Sportback
Our pick 2.0 TDI 190 quattro Sport S tronic
List price �,840 Target Price �,705
MPG 62.8 CO2 117g/km
For Re?ned motorway cruiser, with a
comfortable and spacious interior.
Against The steering provides little feedback
and the auto gearbox is jerky at low speeds.
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BEST
BUY
Audi A4
The A4 is one of the smoothest and quietest
executive cars on sale, thanks to its re?ned
2.0 TDI 190 engine. It offers good performance,
with plenty of low-end shove, and front-wheeldrive versions are impressively ef?cient, too.
Inside, the A4?s exquisitely built interior offers
the quality of pricier luxury cars, and there?s a
host of on-board tech to enjoy, such as Audi?s
feature-laden MMI infotainment system.
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Our pick 2.0 TDI 190 Sport S tronic (Lthr/tech)
List price �,065
Target Price �,924
MPG 70.6 CO2 103g/km
For Impressively re?ned, plenty of pulling
power, classy interior and good economy.
Against The auto ?box is jerky at low speeds
and adjustable lumbar support costs extra.
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Volkswagen Passat
Our pick 1.4 TSI GTE DSG
List price �,025 Target Price �,253
MPG 156.9 CO2 40g/km
For Spacious, smart interior, comfy and re?ned
at high speeds, relatively cheap to run.
Against Expensive to buy, unsettled ride on
scruffy roads, jerky to drive at low speeds.
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Luxury cars
CAR OF
THE YEAR
2017
Best luxury car
LESS THAN �,000
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2017
Overall winner
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
BEST
BUY
BMW 5 Series
The 5 Series is plush enough inside to compare
favourably with just about any other car on
sale. In many ways it?s as sophisticated as the
pricier 7 Series; it can be speci?ed with a semiautonomous driving mode that lets you take
your hands off the wheel for up to 30 seconds.
Sat-nav and leather upholstery are standard
but you?ll want to add variable dampers, which
turn a good ride into an exceptional one.
Our pick 520d SE
List price �,815
Target Price �,482
MPG 68.8 CO2 108g/km
For Spacious, well-appointed interior and great
to drive, with a quiet, economical engine.
Against You need to add variable dampers for
the best ride quality.
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Jaguar XF
Our pick 2.0d 180 Prestige
List price �,010 Target Price �,105
MPG 65.7 CO2 114g/km
For Superb ride/handling balance and plenty
of standard equipment.
Against The engine is a little noisy when revved
and boot space and interior quality are so-so.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
�,000-�0,000
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
BEST
BUY
Our pick S350d L AMG Line
List price �,505 Target Price �,403
MPG 52.3 CO2 139g/km
For Mixes a supremely comfortable ride with
superb re?nement. The interior is sumptuous.
Against The BMW 730d is more enjoyable to
drive and is a cheaper company car.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Porsche Panamera
BMW 7 Series
Our pick 4S Diesel
List price �,234 Target Price �,234
MPG 42.2 CO2 176g/km
For Superb performance is delivered via a slick
auto gearbox and there?s room for four tall adults.
Against The steering is heavy at low speeds and
some of the controls are a bit ?ddly.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 730d
List price �,300 Target Price �,151
MPG 60.1 CO2 124g/km
For Quiet, powerful and ef?cient engine,
impressive infotainment and good to drive.
Against There?s too much tyre noise when
cruising and the S-Class rides more smoothly.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �0,000
Rolls-Royce Ghost
BEST
BUY
Our pick EWB
List price �8,479 Target Price �8,479
MPG 19.8 CO2 329g/km
For The interior is as opulent as the Phantom?s
and the V12 engine is re?ned and potent.
Against The low-speed ride is a little pattery
over broken road surfaces.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Mercedes-AMG S-Class
Bentley Flying Spur
Our pick S63 AMG L
List price �5,690 Target Price �5,715
MPG 32.1 CO2 199g/km
For Staggering performance, a comfortable ride
and a luxurious interior that?s stacked with kit.
Against Dear to buy and run, and the gearbox
could be smoother.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 4.0 V8
List price �4,555 Target Price �4,555
MPG 26.8 CO2 246g/km
For Wonderfully smooth, strong performance,
re?ned on the motorway and a bespoke interior.
Against Suspension noise on bumpy roads
and some of the switches feel a bit cheap.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
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Our pick E220d SE
List price �,500 Target Price �,927
MPG 72.4 CO2 102g/km
For A strong, smooth engine, a supple ride and
a generous amount of standard equipment.
Against Other saloons are better to drive and
the engine could be quieter.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Estate cars
Skoda Fabia Estate
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.0 TSI 95 SE
List price �,440 Target Price �,194
MPG 64.2 CO2 101g/km
For It?s one of the roomiest small estates,
and SE trim adds air-con and a touchscreen.
Against The seats could do with more support
and it costs more than the hatchback.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer
Dacia Logan MCV
Our pick 1.0i Turbo 105 Design
List price �,505 Target Price �,140
MPG 62.8 CO2 103g/km
For There?s plenty of room, equipment is
generous and the engine is strong enough.
Against The boot isn?t that ?exible and some
rivals are better to drive.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 0.9 TCe Laur閍te
List price �,495 Target Price �,398
MPG 57.6 CO2 109g/km
For Lots of space, low running costs and plenty
of equipment for a low price.
Against Not as good to drive or as re?ned
as many rivals and safety is below par.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
CAR OF
THE YEAR
2017
Best estate car
Volkswagen Golf Estate
Our pick 1.6 TDI 115 SE
List price �,365 Target Price �,316
MPG 68.9 CO2 106g/km
For Large boot, supple ride, good resale
values and a well-built interior.
Against The interior is rather dull and the
Skoda Octavia Estate?s boot is bigger still.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BEST
BUY
Skoda Superb Estate
The Superb offers an unbeatable mix of space
and value in this class. It?s absolutely massive
inside; ?ve adults will have no trouble getting
comfortable for a long journey and none of
them will have to pack light. The 2.0-litre
diesel engine has bags of pulling power and
won?t struggle on long trips. Factor in all the
goodies (sat-nav, Alcantara and leather, Apple
CarPlay) and the Superb is a brilliant estate.
Our pick 2.0 TDI 150 SE Technology
List price �,800
Target Price �,148
MPG 64.2 CO2 114g/km
For There?s masses of space for passengers
and luggage; it?s well priced and well equipped.
Against Some rivals are more fun to drive
and emit less CO2 .
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Skoda Octavia Estate
Our pick 1.4 TSI SE
List price �,730 Target Price �,036
MPG 53.3 CO2 124g/km
For A huge load space, good standard equipment
and some great-value options.
Against Re?nement could be better and the
low-speed ride is unsettled.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �,000
BMW 5 Series Touring
BEST
BUY
Our pick 520d SE
List price �,035 Target Price �,559
MPG 65.6 CO2 114g/km
For It?s comfortable and spacious, has sharp
handling and offers outstanding re?nement.
Against The E-Class has an even bigger boot and
the optional adaptive suspension is a must-have.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate
Volvo V90
Our pick E220d SE
List price �,500 Target Price �,732
MPG 67.3 CO2 109g/km
For Huge boot, the ride is composed and the
dashboard is well designed.
Against The low-speed ride is unsettled and
some rivals are more fun to drive.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 2.0 D4 R-Design Geartronic
List price �,965 Target Price �,100
MPG 62.8 CO2 119g/km
For Volvo?s best estate to date. It?s spacious,
practical and classy inside and has lots of kit.
Against Boot could be bigger, the auto gearbox
is a bit lethargic and infotainment is ?ddly.
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MPVs
Volkswagen Golf SV
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.2 TSI S
List price �,905 Target Price �,278
MPG 56.5 CO2 116g/km
For Good to drive, with a smooth engine, quality
materials inside and solid resale values.
Against The rear seats aren?t as clever as those in
rivals, and entry-level ?S? trim is a bit basic.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Kia Carens
Renault Sc閚ic
Our pick 1.6 GDI ISG 2
List price �,700 Target Price �,658
MPG 45.6 CO2 143g/km
For Competitively priced, with seven seats
and generous standard kit.
Against Not very sophisticated to drive, noisy
diesel engines and poor interior quality.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 1.2 TCE Expression+
List price �,605 Target Price �,483
MPG 48.7 CO2 129g/km
For Class-leading boot space, an excellent safety
rating and cheap to run.
Against The engine struggles with a full load
and this base trim lacks a few goodies.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
�,000-�,000
CAR OF
THE YEAR
2017
Citro雗 Grand C4 Picasso
Our pick 1.6 HDi 120 Feel
List price �,990 Target Price �,662
MPG 70.6 CO2 106g/km
For Spacious, practical interior, superb visibility
and an economical, punchy engine.
Against The rear seats are ?ddly to fold and
body control and ride quality are average.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BEST
BUY
Volkswagen Touran
The seven-seat Touran contains more useful
space than there is in the Citro雗 Grand C4
Picasso and Ford S-Max, with room for adults
in the rear two seats. All ?ve rear seats are easy
to erect and stow in the ?oor, and getting
in and out is a cinch. It?s also pretty good value
for money when you factor in the Touran?s
impressive 51mpg real-word fuel economy
and decent haul of standard goodies.
Our pick 1.6 TDI 115 SE
List price �,945
Target Price �,296
MPG 61.4 CO2 119g/km
For Iso? x points on all ?ve rear seats, good to
drive, decent economy and a spacious interior.
Against The engine is a bit gruff and the Touran
is comparatively pricey to buy.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Vauxhall Zafira Tourer
Our pick 1.6 CDTi Ecoflex Tech Line Nav
List price �,880 Target Price �,756
MPG 62.8 CO2 119g/km
For Classy interior, decent space for passengers
and luggage and well built.
Against The middle-row seats are tricky to move
and rivals are cheaper to run.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �,000
Ford Galaxy
BEST
BUY
Our pick 2.0 TDCi 150 Zetec
List price �,395 Target Price �,439
MPG 56.5 CO2 129g/km
For Practical and well-equipped interior, and
comfortable and relaxing to drive.
Against Pricier than the Seat Alhambra to buy
and a sluggish infotainment system.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Seat Alhambra
Ford S-Max
Our pick 2.0 TDI 150 Ecomotive SE
List price �,610 Target Price �,275
MPG 55.4 CO2 132g/km
For Incredibly roomy and practical, yet
relatively affordable, and it?s comfortable.
Against The size means parking can be tricky,
and the rearmost seats could be easier to fold.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 2.0 TDCi 150 Zetec
List price �,995 Target Price �,885
MPG 56.5 CO2 129g/km
For Better to drive than most MPVs, with
a comfortable ride and room for seven.
Against Comparatively high price and CO2
emissions, and sat-nav will cost you extra.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
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Small SUVs
Suzuki Vitara
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.6 SZ4
List price �,499 Target Price �,536
MPG 53.3 CO2 123g/km
For Good to drive with a practical interior.
SZ4 trim brings enough equipment.
Against CO2 emissions are comparatively high
and resale values are only average.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Kia Soul
Suzuki Ignis
Our pick 1.6 GDi 1
List price �,310 Target Price �,751
MPG 43.5 CO2 152g/km
For Spacious interior, ?1? trim gives you
air-con and DAB, and it?s decent to drive.
Against CO2 emissions are comparatively high
and the steering feels lifeless.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 1.2 SHVS SZ5
List price �,999 Target Price �,498
MPG 65.7 CO2 97g/km
For Good value for money, it?s fun to drive
and you get lots of kit as standard.
Against The ride is unsettled, re?nement
isn?t good at speed and there are only four seats.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
CAR OF
THE YEAR
2017
Best small SUV
Peugeot 3008
Our pick 1.2 Puretech 130 Allure
List price �,565 Target Price �,551
MPG 55.4 CO2 117g/km
For Well-designed interior, good to drive and
a decent amount of standard safety kit.
Against The touchscreen is a little sluggish
and resale values aren?t as strong as rivals?.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BEST
BUY
Seat Ateca
If you want your small SUV to be fun to drive,
there?s really only one model to pick: the Ateca.
It has excellent steering and impressive body
control and feels nimble. SE Technology trim
gives you plenty of goodies (DAB, 8.0in
touchscreen, sat-nav and climate control) and
the 1.4-litre petrol engine has plenty of punch
yet is economical. Seat took its time launching
its ?rst SUV, but it?s been worth the wait.
Seat Ateca
Seat Arona
Our pick 1.4 EcoTSI 150 SE Technology
List price �,885 Target Price �,667
MPG 52.3 CO2 123g/km
For Excellent handling, with a spacious interior,
a smooth engine and good resale values.
Against The ride might be a bit too ?rm for
some; interior looks a bit bland.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 1.0 TSI 95 SE Technology
List price �,545 Target Price �,545
MPG 57.6 CO2 111g/km
For Good to drive, with a smooth ride, a decent
roster of safety kit and reasonable space.
Against It doesn?t come with an alarm and the
dashboard is a bit uninspiring.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �,000
Skoda Karoq
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.5 TSI 150 SE L DSG
List price �,815 Target Price �,065
MPG 50.4 CO2 127g/km
For It?s very well equipped, rides and handles well
and the ?exible rear seats boost practicality.
Against The engine and suspension are a bit too
noisy and there?s a step in the boot ?oor.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Volkswagen Tiguan
BMW X1
Our pick 2.0 TDI 150 SE Navigation
List price �,865 Target Price �,551
MPG 58.9 CO2 125g/km
For It has a spacious, practical interior, is good to
drive and has plenty of kit as standard.
Against The engine is gruff, emissions are so-so
and it?s comparatively pricey to buy.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick sDrive18d SE
List price �,460 Target Price �,739
MPG 68.9 CO2 109g/km
For Spacious, practical and high-quality interior,
?ne handling and a great infotainment system.
Against There?s far too much road noise and
the ride is ?rm.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
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VW Golf 2.0 TSi 310 R 5dr AWD DSG* (new model)
Ford Fiesta 1
�,387
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Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 52.3 (5.4) Extraurban 78.5 (3.6) Combined 65.7 (4.3) CO2 97 g/km
VW Tiguan 1.4 TSi BMT 150 4Motion SE Nav 5dr* (new model)
�,328
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Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 32.1 (8.8) Extra urban
46.3 (6.1) Combined 39.8 (7.1) CO2 163 g/km
Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 Titanium Navigation 5dr with 0% APR ?nance
�,995
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Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 34.0 (8.3) Extra urban
47.1 (6.0) Combined 40.9 (6.9) CO2 155 g/km
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 49.6 (5.7) Extra-urban
68.9 (4.1) Combined 60.1 (4.7) CO2 108 g/km
Audi S3 TFSi Quattro Black Edition 5dr* ..................................................................�,506 .................Save 15%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 30.7 (9.2) Extra-urban 47.9 (5.9) Combined 39.8 (7.1) CO2 163 g/km
Audi TT Coupe 1.8T FSi Sport 2dr* ............................................................................�,695 .................Save 21%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 37.2 (7.6) Extra-urban 55.4 (5.1) Combined 47.1 (6.0) CO2 138 g/km
Audi Q5 2.0 TDi Quattro S Line 5dr S Tronic (new model) ......................................�,575 .............. Save 8.75%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 52.3 (5.4) Extra-urban 57.6 (4.9) Combined 55.4 (5.1) CO2 133 g/km
Audi Q7 3.0 TDi Quattro S Line 5dr Tip Auto.............................................................�,184 ..................Save 13%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 43.5 (6.5) Extra-urban 49.6 (5.7) Combined 47.1 (6.0) CO2 158 g/km
BMW M140i 5dr [Nav] Step Auto* (new model) .......................................................�,980............ Save 20.75%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 30.1 (9.4) Extra-urban 48.7 (5.8) Combined 39.8 (7.1) CO2 163 g/km
BMW 440i M Sport Gran Coupe Auto [Professional Media]* (new model) ...........�,979 ........... Save 23.75%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 31.0 (9.1) Extra-urban 51.4 (5.5) Combined 41.5 (6.8) CO2 159 g/km
Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line 5dr (new model) .........................................�,289............ Save 13.25%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 48.7 (5.8) Extra-urban 74.3 (3.8) Combined 62.8 (4.5) CO2 102 g/km
Ford Focus 2.0T EcoBoost ST-3 Navigation 5dr with 0% APR ?nance .................�,667 .................Save 18%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 32.1 (8.8) Extra-urban 49.6 (5.7) Combined 41.5 (6.8) CO2 159 g/km
Hyundai i10 1.0 SE 5dr* ..............................................................................................�145 ................ Save 26.5%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 47.1 (6.0) Extra-urban 70.6 (4.0) Combined 60.1 (4.7) CO2 108 g/km
Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d Prestige 5dr Auto AWD (new model) ......................................�,618................ Save 8.5%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 45.6 (6.2) Extra-urban 60.1 (4.7) Combined 53.3 (5.3) CO2 139 g/km
Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.0 TD4 180 SE Tech 5dr Auto (new model) ............�,562 ...................Save 8%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 44.8 (6.3) Extra-urban 60.1 (4.7) Combined 53.3 (5.3) CO2 139 g/km
Mazda CX-3 1.5d SE-L Nav 5dr* (new model) ..........................................................�,585 ..................Save 18%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 64.2 (4.4) Extra-urban 74.3 (3.8) Combined 70.6 (4) CO2 105 g/km
Mazda CX-5 2.2d SE-L Nav 5dr Auto* (new model).................................................�,732..................Save 13%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 42.2 (6.7) Extra-urban 56.5 (5) Combined 50.4 (5.6) CO2 147 g/km
Mazda MX-5 RF Convertible 2.0 Sport Nav 2dr*......................................................�,662 ........... Save 13.25%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 30.4 (9.3) Extra-urban 51.4 (5.5) Combined 40.9 (6.9) CO2 161 g/km
Mercedes C200 SE Executive Edition Saloon 9G-Tronic* .......................................�,219................. Save 28%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 38.7 (7.3) Extra-urban 62.8 (4.5) Combined 50.4 (5.6) CO2 126 g/km
Mercedes C200 AMG Line Coupe 9G-Tronic* (new model) ....................................�,934 .................Save 16%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 38.7 (7.3) Extra-urban 60.1 (4.7) Combined 49.6 (5.7) CO2 132 g/km
Mercedes C200 AMG Line Cabriolet Auto* (new model) ........................................�,095 ............Save 17.75%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 35.8 (7.9) Extra-urban 53.3 (5.3) Combined 44.8 (6.3) CO2 141 g/km
Mercedes E220d SE Estate 9G-Tronic* (new model) ..............................................�,261............ Save 19.75%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 62.8 (4.5) Extra-urban 72.4 (3.9) Combined 67.3 (4.2) CO2 109 g/km
Mitsubishi Outlander 2.0 PHEV 4h 5dr Auto*^ (new model) ..................................�,155 ..................Save 21%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 0 (0) Extra-urban 0 (0) Combined 166.1 (1.7) CO2 41 g/km
Peugeot 3008 1.2 Puretech Allure 5dr ......................................................................�,650 ............. Save 15.5%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 47.1 (6.0) Extra-urban 62.8 (4.5) Combined 55.4 (5.1) CO2 117 g/km
Range Rover Evoque 2.0 TD4 SE Tech 5dr Auto .......................................................�,562 ............. Save 8.25%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 46.3 (6.1) Extra-urban 62.8 (4.5) Combined 55.4 (5.1) CO2 134 g/km
Seat Leon 1.4 EcoTSi 150 FR Technology 5dr...........................................................�,995.............. Save 25.5%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 47.1 (6.0) Extra-urban 64.2 (4.4) Combined 57.6 (4.9) CO2 114 g/km
Suzuki Ignis 1.2 Dualjet SZ-T 5dr ..............................................................................�,250 .............. Save 10.5%
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Toyota Prius 1.8 VVTi Business Edition 5dr CVT* (new model) .............................�,857 ............Save 17.25%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 97.4 (2.9) Extra-urban 91.1 (3.1) Combined 94.1 (3) CO2 70 g/km
Volvo XC90 2.0 D5 PowerPulse Momentum 5dr AWD Geartronic (new model) ...�,964 ..............Save 11.5%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 45.6 (6.2) Extra-urban 52.3 (5.4) Combined 49.6 (5.7) CO2 149 g/km
VW Golf 1.5 TSi EVO 150 GT 5dr* (new model) .........................................................�,256 ............. Save 16.5%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 45.6 (6.2) Extra-urban 64.2 (4.4) Combined 55.4 (5.1) CO2 116 g/km
VW Golf 2.0 TSi 245 GTi Performance 5dr* (new model) .......................................�,595 .................Save 16%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 32.5 (8.7) Extra-urban 52.3 (5.4) Combined 42.8 (6.6) CO2 150 g/km
VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 4Motion R-Line 5dr DSG* (new model) ....................�,548 .................Save 18%
Fuel Consumption in MPG (L/100km) Urban 41.5 (6.8) Extra-urban 55.4 (5.1) Combined 49.6 (5.7) CO2 149 g/km
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Large SUVs
Mazda CX-5
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 2.2d 150 SE-L Nav 2WD
List price �,695 Target Price �,614
MPG 56.5 CO2 132g/km
For Good to drive, with tidy handling and
a ?exible engine, plus lots of standard kit.
Against Firm ride and it?s pricey to lease
compared with rivals.
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Skoda Kodiaq
Ford Kuga
Our pick 1.4 TSI 125 SE 7st
List price �,490 Target Price �,840
MPG 45.6 CO2 141g/km
For Value for money, with a classy and spacious
interior and good driving manners.
Against Unsettled low-speed ride and the
2.0-litre diesel (below) is more recommendable.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 1.5 TDCi Zetec (Nav)
List price �,590 Target Price �,756
MPG 64.2 CO2 115g/km
For Comfortable ride, comparatively cheap
as a company car and well equipped.
Against Rivals are more spacious inside and
have better quality interiors.
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Peugeot 5008
Our pick 2.0 BlueHDi 150 GT Line
List price �,245 Target Price �,802
MPG 61.4 CO2 118g/km
For Quiet cruiser with a comfortable ride, a
practical, funky-looking interior and a big boot.
Against Optional panoramic roof harms rear
head room and the infotainment system is ?ddly.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BEST
BUY
Skoda Kodiaq
How much would you expect to pay for good
driving manners, seven seats and a strong
diesel engine? Take a look at how much the
Kodiaq?s rivals cost and then marvel at the
Skoda?s �k sticker price; it?s a comparative
bargain. It?s reasonably well equipped and
there really is room for seven adults. Private
buyers and company drivers alike will be
happy with a Kodiaq on the drive.
Our pick 2.0 TDI 150 DSG SE 7st
List price �,590
Target Price �,827
MPG 56.5 CO2 131g/km
For It?s decent to drive, has room for seven and
is cheaper to own than most rivals.
Against Some rivals offer better performance
and you?ll want to add a few options.
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Kia Sorento
Our pick 2.2 4WD CRDi KX2
List price �,315 Target Price �,429
MPG 46.3 CO2 159g/km
For Spacious and practical, with plenty of room
for seven. The 2.2-litre diesel engine is strong.
Against Not brilliant to drive and there?s
limited safety kit.
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MORE THAN �,000
Audi Q5
BEST
BUY
Our pick 2.0 TDI 190 Sport S tronic
List price �,135 Target Price �,840
MPG 56.5 CO2 132g/km
For Superbly re?ned, with a classy, practical
interior and strong resale values.
Against The steering could be more consistent
and you need air suspension for the best ride.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Land Rover Discovery Sport
Volvo XC60
Our pick 2.0 TD4 180 HSE auto
List price �,140 Target Price �,847
MPG 53.3 CO2 139g/km
For It handles well, the interior is smart and
offers seven seats, and resale values are strong.
Against The ride is a bit ?dgety at lower speeds
and there?s limited room in the rearmost seats.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 2.0 D4 AWD R-Design
List price �,705 Target Price �,274
MPG 54.3 CO2 136g/km
For Comfortable driving position, a smart and
well-made interior and roomy rear seats.
Against Sloppy handling, jarring ride on broken
surfaces and clunky infotainment.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
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BUYER?S GUIDE LARGE SUVs
�,000-�,000
Luxury SUVs
Volvo XC90
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick D5 Momentum
List price �,905 Target Price �,268
MPG 49.6 CO2 149g/km
For Big, classy interior, seating for seven and
lots of standard equipment.
Against The ride isn?t as smooth as you?d
expect and there?s plenty of suspension noise.
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Mercedes-AMG GLC
Porsche Macan
Our pick GLC 43
List price �,405 Target Price �,968
MPG 34.0 CO2 189g/km
For Ridiculously fast, with a sweet-sounding
engine. Just as practical as the regular GLC, too.
Against Extremely thirsty and loses its value
quicker than an Audi SQ5 or Porsche Macan.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick Diesel S
List price �,844 Target Price �,844
MPG 46.3 CO2 164g/km
For Very good to drive, with precise steering,
an excellent auto ?box and a strong engine.
Against Not much space for rear passengers
and not very well equipped as standard.
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BUYER?S GUIDE LUXURY SUVs
�,000-�,000
Land Rover Discovery
Our pick 3.0 Td6 HSE
List price �,895 Target Price �,694
MPG 39.2 CO2 189g/km
For There?s decent room in the third row of seats,
the ride is comfortable and you get a lot of kit.
Against Middle-row leg room isn?t brilliant and
the touchscreen is sluggish to respond.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BEST
BUY
Audi Q7
With a superbly built interior, a long list of
standard equipment and a beautifully re?ned
six-cylinder diesel engine, the Q7 3.0 TDI 272
S line offers everything the luxury SUV buyer
is looking for. It may not be the sharpesthandling SUV, but that?s more than made
up for by its cosseting ride and high-speed
stability. Inside, there?s masses of space for
four, while the Q7?s boot is a practical shape.
Audi Q7
Range Rover Sport
Our pick 3.0 TDI 272 quattro S line
List price �,405 Target Price �,230
MPG 47.1 CO2 158g/km
For Very well equipped, with a smooth, powerful
engine and a wonderful ride.
Against Expensive to buy and run; the Discovery
has more third-row leg room.
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Our pick 3.0 SDV6 HSE
List price �,545 Target Price �,664
MPG 40.4 CO2 185g/km
For A quiet cruiser with a classy, roomy interior
and a comfortable ride.
Against Expensive to buy and the touchscreen
infotainment system is slow and ?ddly.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �,000
Audi SQ7
BEST
BUY
Our pick 4.0 TDI quattro
List price �,895 Target Price �,039
MPG 39.2 CO2 190g/km
For Prodigious performance, excellent
handling, roomy, high-quality interior.
Against Expensive to buy and not as
prestigious as rivals in this price band.
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Bentley Bentayga
Range Rover
Our pick 4.0 V8 Diesel
List price �7,055 Target Price �7,055
MPG 35.8 CO2 210g/km
For Opulent interior brimming with goodies,
very rapid and lots of personalisation options.
Against The Range Rover offers more space and
the infotainment system could be better.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 3.0 TDV6 Vogue
List price �,795 Target Price �,137
MPG 40.9 CO2 182g/km
For Brilliant on and off road. The high-quality
interior is a fabulous place to spend time.
Against It?s pricey to buy and will be more
expensive to run than a luxury saloon.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Convertibles
LESS THAN �,000
CAR OF
THE YEAR
2017
Best convertible
Mini Convertible
BEST
BUY
Mazda MX-5
This is a car with very few rivals. The rearwheel-drive MX-5 is small enough to suit UK
roads perfectly, and even in its most powerful
158bhp 2.0-litre guise it is unintimidating
enough to allow you to enjoy 100% of its punch
every day. SE-L Nav trim comes with climate
and cruise controls, LED headlights and a
leather-trimmed steering wheel, sat-nav,
Bluetooth and a decent stereo.
Our pick 2.0 SE-L Nav
List price �,595
Target Price �,438
MPG 40.9 CO2 161g/km
For Terri?c handling and steering, with a
comfortable ride and a slick gearshift.
Against Rivals have bigger boots, while
the interior is pretty snug.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Fiat 124 Spider
Our pick 1.4 Multiair Lusso
List price �,800 Target Price �,372
MPG 44.1 CO2 148g/km
For Excellent handling, with a punchier engine
than the MX-5?s and a more characterful interior.
Against The 124 is pricier to buy than the Mazda
and isn?t quite as fun to drive.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
�,000-�,000
Audi A3 Cabriolet
BEST
BUY
Our pick 2.0 TDI Sport
List price �,705 Target Price �,316
MPG 64.2 CO2 115g/km
For It?s comfortable and good to drive, the
interior is classy and the resale values are strong.
Against There isn?t much room in the back and
the optional automatic gearbox is jerky.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Audi TT Roadster
BMW 2 Series Convertible
Our pick 1.8 TFSI Sport
List price �,250 Target Price �,754
MPG 46.3 CO2 142g/km
For The TT is brilliant to drive, has a stunning
interior and is re?ned with the roof up.
Against There?s more wind buffeting than
you might expect with the roof down.
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Our pick 220d Sport
List price �,270 Target Price �,764
MPG 64.2 CO2 112g/km
For Good to drive, has a great infotainment
system and Sport trim brings lots of equipment.
Against Manual gearbox isn?t the slickest and
some rivals? diesel engines are more re?ned.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �,000
Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet
BEST
BUY
Our pick S500 AMG Line
List price �2,905 Target Price �,801
MPG 32.5 CO2 204g/km
For Turbo V8 offers sensational performance
and the interior is sumptuous.
Against Engines are thirsty and some rivals
are more enjoyable to drive.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Rolls-Royce Dawn
Audi A5 Cabriolet
Our pick 6.6
List price �6,055 Target Price �6,055
MPG 19.9 CO2 330g/km
For Awesome V12 engine and ?awless
comfort, re?nement and interior quality.
Against Hugely expensive to buy and
run, and fuel economy is poor.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 2.0 TFSI 252 quattro S line
List price �,180 Target Price �,243
MPG 42.2 CO2 151g/km
For Re?ned, comfortable, handles well and has
a beautiful interior and keen running costs.
Against Hardly exciting to drive and relatively
expensive to buy.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
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BUYER?S GUIDE CONVERTIBLES
Our pick 1.5 Cooper Chili/Media pack
List price �,065 Target Price �,724
MPG 55.4 CO2 118g/km
For It?s fun to drive, has good resale values and
is nicely re?ned.
Against The pedals are offset, the rear seats are
cramped and rivals are cheaper to buy.
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Hot hatches
Mini Cooper
LESS THAN �,000
BEST
BUY
Our pick 1.5 3dr
List price �,200 Target Price �,193
MPG 62.8 CO2 105g/km
For Fun to drive, with good performance, low
running costs and strong resale values.
Against Equipment is fairly basic without the
option packs and space is on the tight side.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Abarth 595
Renault Twingo
Our pick 1.4 T-Jet 145
List price �,510 Target Price �,510
MPG 47.1 CO2 139g/km
For Small hot hatches don?t get any more
stylish, and the Abarth is certainly rapid.
Against Not as involving to drive as some rivals
and the dashboard is confusing.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 0.9 TCe 110 GT
List price �,250 Target Price �,848
MPG 54.3 CO2 115g/km
For Sprightly performance for city driving and
the dashboard is funky.
Against Power delivery is less than smooth,
steering is too light and it?s noisy at speed.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Volkswagen Golf GTI
BEST
BUY
Our pick 3dr
List price �,320 Target Price �,848
MPG 44.1 CO2 148g/km
For Fast and capable, yet also re?ned and easy
to drive. It has a roomy, classy interior, too.
Against Not as thrilling to drive as the best
hot hatches and it?s on the pricey side.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Ford Focus ST
Audi S1
Our pick ST-2
List price �,915 Target Price �,458
MPG 41.5 CO2 159g/km
For Fine handling, great driving position and
good value for money.
Against Steering can ?ght you under hard
acceleration and interior quality isn?t great.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 2.0 TFSI quattro
List price �,940 Target Price �,781
MPG 39.8 CO2 162g/km
For It?ll outpace the Golf and Focus to 62mph
and it has agile handling and a quality interior.
Against The ride is ?rm, the steering is a bit
lifeless and the rear seats are uncomfortable.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �,000
Ford Focus RS
Our pick RS
List price �,765 Target Price �,765
MPG 36.7 CO2 175g/km
For Superb handling, strong performance and
it?ll hold its value well.
Against The ride is hard, interior quality could
be better and you?ll want to add some options.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BEST
BUY
Honda Civic Type R
All hail the Civic Type R. It?s a huge step
forward over its predecessor and deservedly
becomes the king of the upper hot hatch
echelon. Perhaps most surprising is that,
despite a big power de?cit compared with the
Focus RS and M140i, the Civic will show both
a clean pair of heels along a country road. It?s
an incredibly well-engineered machine that?s
fantastically enjoyable to drive and practical.
Our pick 2.0 VTEC Turbo GT
List price �,995
Target Price �,995
MPG 36.7 CO2 176g/km
For Handles brilliantly, yet surprisingly
comfortable and easy to live with.
Against Infotainment system is terrible and
the engine could sound more special.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BMW M140i
Our pick 3dr auto
List price �,450 Target Price �,377
MPG 39.8 CO2 163g/km
For Staggering performance, the engine sounds
great and the infotainment system is excellent.
Against It won?t be cheap to run and you might
wish for bolder styling.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
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BUYER?S GUIDE HOT HATCHES
�,000-�,000
Coup閟
LESS THAN �,000
CAR OF
THE YEAR
2017
Best coup�
Seat Leon SC
Our pick 1.4 EcoTSI 150 FR Technology
List price �,050 Target Price �,769
MPG 57.6 CO2 114g/km
For It?s quick, agile, economical, excellent
value and there?s good space for people and bags.
Against Bits of the interior trim feel low rent
and there?s too much wind noise at speed.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BEST
BUY
BUYER?S GUIDE COUPES
Audi TT
The entry-level TT is a cracker, thanks to a
willing engine that can get you to 62mph in a
very respectable time yet is beautifully re?ned
at a cruise. Lightweight construction helps its
handling no end; it turns in to corners eagerly,
there?s little body roll and the ride is well
judged for UK roads. The TT also has one of the
?nest interiors around, with smart materials
and a standard digital instrument display.
Our pick 1.8 TFSI Sport
List price �,500
Target Price �,153
MPG 47.1 CO2 138g/km
For Smooth, eager engine, darty handling
and beautifully built dashboard.
Against The rear seats are seriously cramped
and you?ll want to add a few optional extras.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BMW 2 Series Coup�
Our pick 220d Sport Nav
List price �,070 Target Price �,960
MPG 65.7 CO2 112g/km
For It rides and handles well, while the diesel
engine is punchy and economical.
Against The rear seats are cramped for adults
and larger wheels harm the ride quality.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
�,000-�,000
Audi A5 Coup�
BEST
BUY
Our pick 3.0 TDI 218 Sport
List price �,560 Target Price �,284
MPG 61.4 CO2 119g/km
For Creamy diesel is economical yet punchy, the
interior is well built and the A5 handles well.
Against The steering could be more involving
and we?d avoid the optional ?rmer suspension.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coup�
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coup�
Our pick E220d AMG Line
List price �,180 Target Price �,232
MPG 61.4 CO2 119g/km
For Classy interior, more rear leg room than the
Audi A5 and a comfortable ride.
Against The engine is comparatively gruff, the
handling is stodgy and the steering inconsistent.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick C220d AMG Line auto
List price �,930 Target Price �,688
MPG 61.4 CO2 117g/km
For Rides well on optional air suspension and
running costs are reasonable.
Against The infotainment system could be
slicker in its operation and rear seat space is tight.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �,000
Mercedes S-Class Coup�
BEST
BUY
Our pick S500 AMG Line
List price �0,985 Target Price �0,985
MPG 33.2 CO2 197g/km
For Astonishing performance for such a heavy
car, plenty of interior room and lots of luxury.
Against The suspension is best left in its softest
setting and running costs will be high.
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Aston Martin DB11
Jaguar F-Type Coup�
Our pick 4.0 V8
List price �6,655 Target Price �6,655
MPG 28.5 CO2 230g/km
For Lighter than the DB11 V12, resulting in
sharpened handling and a sportier drive.
Against Tighter rear room and boot space
compared with rivals.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 3.0 V6 340 auto
List price �,565 Target Price �,846
MPG 33.6 CO2 199g/km
For Sounds great and is pretty quick. It?s
relatively good value, too.
Against The automatic gearbox can be slow to
respond and the infotainment system is ?ddly.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Sports cars
LESS THAN �,000
CAR OF
THE YEAR
2017
Best sports car
Porsche 718 Boxster
BEST
BUY
Porsche 718 Cayman
The Cayman may cost half the price of the 911
(see below), but it?s just as good to drive. This
is the entry-level engine, which puts out
295bhp; that?s plenty in a car this light. Add
wonderfully accurate steering and sensational
handling and the Cayman is an utter joy on
twisty roads. Purists will appreciate the sparse
standard kit; the rest of us will want to add a
DAB radio, sat-nav and auto lights and wipers.
Our pick 2.0T
List price �,452
Target Price �,452
MPG 38.2 CO2 168g/km
For Balletic handling; sublime steering and
gearshift; strong pace.
Against Stingy levels of standard equipment;
engine doesn?t sound special enough.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
BMW M2
Our pick 3.0T
List price �,430 Target Price �,430
MPG 33.2 CO2 199g/km
For It?s slightly quicker than the Cayman S and
sounds better, gets more kit and is more practical.
Against Not as agile or precise as the Cayman,
and the gearbox is a bit notchy.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
�,000-�0,000
Porsche 911 Carrera
BEST
BUY
Our pick 3.0 PDK
List price �,929 Target Price �,929
MPG 38.2 CO2 169g/km
For It?s seriously rapid and grippy, yet also
re?ned and comfortable.
Against There?s lots of road noise on the
motorway and standard kit isn?t generous.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio
BMW M3
Our pick 2.9 V6
List price �,595 Target Price �,844
MPG 34.4 CO2 189g/km
For Terri?c performance and handling, and
quieter and more comfortable than the M3.
Against Cheaper-feeling interior than those of
its German rivals, and so-so infotainment.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 3.0T M DCT
List price �,225 Target Price �,374
MPG 34.0 CO2 194g/km
For It can be exhilarating to drive, yet it?s also
pretty civilised. There?s genuine room for four.
Against You have to drive the M3 hard before it
comes alive and there?s too much road noise.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
MORE THAN �0,000
McLaren 540C
BEST
BUY
Our pick 3.8 V8
List price �8,055 Target Price �8,055
MPG 26.6 CO2 258g/km
For Massively quick, composed and almost as
good to drive as the much more expensive 720S.
Against The Audi R8 is more usable on a
day-to-day basis; some rivals sound better.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
McLaren 720S
Audi R8
Our pick 4.0 V8
List price �0,355 Target Price �0,355
MPG 26.4 CO2 249g/km
For Staggeringly fast with class-leading
handling, yet it has a comfortable ride.
Against The touchscreen?s location is a little
distracting, but the only real issue is the price.
WHAT CAR? SAYS
Our pick 5.2 FSI V10 quattro
List price �3,680 Target Price �1,865
MPG 24.8 CO2 272g/km
For Free-revving engine is an absolute joy and you
don?t need to drive the R8 hard to enjoy it.
Against Some rivals are more practical and the
McLaren 540C is more engaging to drive quickly.
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Our pick 2.0T
List price �,313 Target Price �,313
MPG 38.2 CO2 168g/km
For Hugely ?exible engine, superb handling and
it?s quiet inside with the roof up.
Against You don?t get much kit and the engine
isn?t as characterful as the old six-cylinder unit.
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and fuel.
Retained value An estimate of what you might
be offered if you trade in the car after three
years/36,000 miles for the same model.
Performance figures All performance and
power and torque figures are set by the
cars? manufacturers.
Data supplied by CAP Automotive Ltd
(visit cap.co.uk or call 0113 222 2000).
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