What is it? Mazda has a habit of regularly updating its cars with small refinements and improvements, rather than saving them all for a big update every few years. Such is the way with the 2018 CX-3 compact crossover, which you might find difficult to tell apart from its predecessor.
Seat has added a third and final SUV to its range with the flagship Tarraco.
Renault has unveiled a facelifted version of its Kadjar crossover SUV ahead of its public debut at the Paris Motor Show.
What is it? Think PHEV and you’re likely to think of the Mitsubishi Outlander. After all, the Japanese firm’s SUV has long been the best-selling plug-in hybrid vehicle in the UK – and continues to be so, having sold around 4,200 so far in 2018.
What is it? If you want to go very fast in a big, high-riding SUV, then there aren’t all that many options available. You could go down the Porsche Cayenne Turbo route, or even that of the Range Rover Sport SVR. However, if you want a performance diesel-powered off-roader, then there’s really only this – the Audi SQ7. It may be an oil burner, but it’s still capable of hitting 60mph in under five seconds – all while seating up to seven people in the utmost comfort. Here, we check out how it copes on UK roads.
A revised version of the popular Nissan Juke crossover is now on sale, which sees trim and personalisation upgrades come along with a price cut.
Fiat has facelifted the 500X, bringing the ageing crossover into the modern age with a new range of engines and improved technology inside and out.
If you’re one of the 26 per cent of dog-owning households in the UK, Land Rover’s new range of accessories could be barking up your tree.
Mazda has announced UK pricing and specifications for the latest version of its CX-3 compact SUV, after the model made its debut at the New York Motor Show in March.
When you’re behind the wheel of our long-term Seat Arona, it’s easy to forget how little experience the Spanish manufacturer had of building SUVs until recently.