Nissan’s compact, funky Juke remains as such, but with better practicality and a generational improvement to technology.
The recently launched Jaguar F-Pace might be the first Jaguar SUV ever, but it won’t be the last, with spy shots of a baby Jaguar SUV hitting the web this week. JAGUAR IS FINALLY on the SUV bandwagon. After never having produced an SUV the boom in SUV sales around
Skoda has refreshed its compact SUV, the Yeti, offering three model variants in both two-wheel and all-wheel drive, with prices starting from $23,490 (+ORC).
Honda Australia is resurrecting the HR-V nameplate for its all-new compact SUV which is set to arrive in early 2015.
The compact-SUV segment is becoming very crowded, and it just got even squashier with the arrival of the new Peugeot 2008. Paul Murrell takes it for a drive to work out if beauty is only skin deep.
Porsche is expanding its range with what the company boldly calls, “a whole new class of vehicle” in the shape of the high-performance all-wheel-drive Macan, set for launch in Australia mid-2014.
Despite the high ride height, the Mini Paceman lacks AWD. And while the extra length pays dividends in rear seat space, there’s still only room for two back there and intending occupants have to find their way in and out using the front doors. That said, the Paceman looks hot. And perhaps that’s the only justification it needs.
The new Honda CR-V may not exactly get the blood pumping, but by every measure it offers more of what you want and need, and less of what you don’t. It’s a conjuring trick that Honda’s designers and engineers can be proud of.