SUV / Crossover car reviews

Looking to buy an SUV? Crossover cars are all the rage at the moment, with new models released frequently. 

Crossover cars give you the confidence of all-weather driving, safety, and ease of getting baby car seats in and out due to the seat height. Choosing a crossover to buy is often about image, and with so many stylish SUVs on the market, our crossover reviews will help you decide which type will suit your lifestyle. 

Read our crossover cars reviews, including full performance figures, running costs, practicality, safety and handling statistics and options data. Browse photo galleries and research into potential problems using thousands of owners’ reviews.

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  • Vauxhall Mokka X (2016 onwards) Review

    Funky styling and plenty of kit in the revamped Mokka X

    Parkers rating: 3.2 out of 5 3.2
    New price: £18,455 - £29,725

    PROS

    • Decent cruiser
    • Funky exterior styling
    • Reasonable overall practicality
    • Impressive standard equipment levels

    CONS

    • Some coarse engines
    • Fidgety ride quality
    • Dull to drive
    • Unlikely to hold its value well
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  • Tesla Model X SUV (2016 onwards) Review

    Capable, roomy and fast – a pioneering left-field electric SUV

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £75,435 - £137,885

    PROS

    • Zero exhaust emissions, silent running
    • Sports car acceleration, all-wheel drive
    • Quick charge times, growing network
    • Optionally available with seven seats

    CONS

    • Pronounced wind and tyre noise
    • Real-world range sub-200 miles
    • Lumpy ride quality
    • Average fit and finish
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  • SsangYong Tivoli XLV (2016 onwards) Review

    Tivoli gains a bigger boot for added practicality

    Parkers rating: 4.1 out of 5 4.1
    New price: £17,000 - £21,700

    PROS

    • Larger boot than standard Tivoli
    • Smarter new front bumper
    • Huge standard specification
    • Manual or auto, two- and four-wheel drive

    CONS

    • No petrol engine
    • Same passenger space as Tivoli
    • Not a thrilling drive
    • Diesel engine quite noisy
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  • SsangYong Rexton SUV (2016 - 2017) Review

    All-terrain seven-seat MPV workhorse

    Parkers rating: 2.7 out of 5 2.7
    Used price: £0 - £0

    PROS

    • Strong off-roader
    • Improved 2.2-litre diesel engine
    • Cheap
    • Standard seven seats

    CONS

    • Running costs still high
    • Cheap-looking interior
    • Not the best drive
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  • SEAT Ateca SUV (2016 onwards) Review

    SEAT’s first SUV is an excellent proposition

    Parkers rating: 4.6 out of 5 4.6
    New price: £18,340 - £31,260

    PROS

    • Sharp yet smart styling
    • High-tech kit list
    • Practical interior
    • Good to drive

    CONS

    • Slightly dull interior
    • Firm ride on some models
    • No adaptive dampers
    • No fast petrol version (yet)
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  • Peugeot 3008 SUV (2016 onwards) Review

    Crossover maxes out on style, practicality and economy

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £22,495 - £33,695

    PROS

    • Sharp, striking exterior styling
    • Slick, distinctive interior design
    • Punchy 1.2-litre petrol and 1.6 diesel
    • Large, usable boot space
    • More luxurious than old 3008

    CONS

    • Below-par automatic gearboxes
    • Suspension could be smoother
    • Range-topping engines underwhelming
    • Diesel versions a little noisy
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  • MG GS SUV (2016 onwards) Review

    MG's cheap and cheerful SUV doesn't quite hit the target

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £15,095 - £21,095

    PROS

    • Clever packaging and above-average rear-seat space
    • Entry-level models are extremely well-priced
    • Good steering, and light, positive gearchange
    • Looks good on (optional) big wheels

    CONS

    • Some interior plastics are sub-standard
    • Fidgety ride and below-par damping
    • Engine refinement let down by high-rev harshness
    • No diesel option, and only one petrol
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  • Maserati Levante SUV (2016 onwards) Review

    Engaging drive from well-judged Maserati SUV

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £56,250 - £56,250

    PROS

    • Low-slung and good-looking
    • Class-leading aerodynamics
    • Quiet cabin with improved build quality
    • Handles better than Ghibli saloon
    • Competitive pricing

    CONS

    • Diesel doesn't sound like a Maserati
    • V6 petrol much more on-brand
    • Front-seat comfort questionable
    • Steering heavy
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