Keenly priced chunky 4x4, family-sized interior.
So-so ride, so-so styling.
Terrano has never enjoyed the popularity of the Cherokee or Discovery. It's a competent and reasonably affordable family/leisure 4x4, nonetheless. It lags behind the class leaders on rough terrain, but its habitat and habits are more typically suburbia and towing a horse trailer or caravan - so macho ability is hardly an issue. Terrano meets most needs as family transport, with five-door cars offering the best load flexibility plus potential seven-seater accommodation.
Styling is not to everyone's taste, but all models are reliable and increasingly good value.