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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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SUV / Crossover car reviews

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  • Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet (2020 onwards) Review

    VW reboots its Cabriolet heritage... with an SUV

    Parkers rating:not rated yet
    New price: £0 - £0

    PROS

    • Traditional SUV attributes with wind-in-the-hair fun
    • Marks a return of convertibles to VW’s line-up
    • It certainly makes a statement

    CONS

    • Less practical than the five-door T-Roc SUV
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  • Lynk & Co 02 SUV (2020 onwards) Review

    Could this be the first no-excuse Chinese car on the European market?

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    New price: £0 - £0

    PROS

    • Shares Volvo XC40 underpinnings
    • Solid construction
    • Distinctive design
    • Hybrid standard in Europe
    • Comprehensive connectivity on all versions

    CONS

    • Questions remain about the subscription model
    • Chinese-market version feels too soft
    • Tight access to the back seats
    • Wind noise issues on pre-production versions
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  • Aston Martin DBX SUV (2020 onwards) Review

    Expect a drip feed of information between now and 2020

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    New price: £0 - £0

    PROS

    • Most usable Aston Martin to date
    • Can be used to tow things in style
    • Should be a good-looking thing

    CONS

    • Won't please Aston Martin purists
    • Likely to be quite expensive
    • Will any DBX ever go off-road?
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  • Hyundai Nexo SUV (2019 onwards) Review

    High-tech hydrogen Hyundai pushes technology boundaries at a price

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £0 - £0

    PROS

    • There isn’t a cleaner, more environmentally friendly type of car
    • It’s comfortable, quiet and packed with high-tech kit
    • Can effectively drive itself where local laws allow
    • Doesn’t look as divisive as the Toyota Mirai

    CONS

    • List price likely to be prohibitively high
    • Infrastructure must grow significantly
    • Driver-assistance kit ahead of curve
    • Too early to judge price and spec against rivals
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  • BMW X7 SUV (2019 onwards) Review

    Set to become the class leader in the luxury SUV segment

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    New price: £0 - £0

    PROS

    • Impressive agility for such a large SUV
    • Very spacious cabin with three rows of seats
    • Genuinely good off-road ability when needed

    CONS

    • Front end styling is contentious
    • We’ve only driven it in prototype form
    • Fuel-efficient plug-in hybrid comes later
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  • Volkswagen T-Cross SUV (2019 onwards) Review

    No 4x4 for VW's smallest SUV - set for launch in 2019

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    New price: £0 - £0

    PROS

    • Larger T-Roc drives extremely well
    • Efficient engines make it cheap to run
    • Some versions will have loads of kit
    • More practical than a Polo

    CONS

    • No 4x4 or diesel versions will be offered
    • Likely to carry a Volkswagen premium
    • Not that different to T-Roc
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  • Vauxhall Grandland X SUV (2018 onwards) Review

    Vauxhall's Qashqai-fighter combines French tech with Germanic style

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £22,755 - £34,280

    PROS

    • SUV completes line-up of three X-branded family crossovers
    • Promise of ample personalisation options and cutting-edge tech
    • Well-equipped for the money, all offered with Vauxhall OnStar

    CONS

    • Limited range of engines available; PHEV in 2019
    • No four-wheel drive versions for adventurous types
    • Most powerful engine is a pricey upgrade
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  • SsangYong Rexton SUV (2018 onwards) Review

    Genuinely capable 4x4 can seat seven and tow big loads

    Parkers rating: 3.5 out of 5 3.5
    New price: £28,495 - £38,495

    PROS

    • Tough, rugged and reliable workhorse
    • Long seven-year warranty
    • Huge boot in five-seat mode
    • Seven-seat version available

    CONS

    • Ride can be choppy
    • Not much engine/gearbox choice
    • Relatively unknown brand
    • Low fuel economy and high tax
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  • SEAT Arona SUV (2018 onwards) Review

    Stylish compact crossover with strong finance offers

    Parkers rating: 4.4 out of 5 4.4
    New price: £16,905 - £25,120

    PROS

    • Striking exterior design
    • Lots of standard kit and space
    • Low PCP monthly payments
    • Plenty of personalisation
    • Good to drive

    CONS

    • Plain interior design
    • Ride just okay on rough roads
    • Boot smaller than some rivals
    • Entry-level 95hp petrol a little underpowered
    • No Cupra planned (yet)
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  • Porsche Cayenne SUV (2018 onwards) Review

    Third-generation Porsche Cayenne SUV moves the game on

    Parkers rating: 4.2 out of 5 4.2
    New price: £57,260 - £101,416

    PROS

    • Performance in spades
    • Fantastic steering
    • Modern, techy interior
    • Lots of space inside

    CONS

    • Harsh, sporty ride
    • Feels big on the road
    • Still not a looker
    • Not cheap to run
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