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SUV buying guide

Popular family SUVs include the Volkswagen Tiguan, Kia Sportage, Peugeot 3008 and the Ford Puma. They come in a variety of sizes – the Puma certainly flies the flag for smaller SUVs, and it competes with the likes of the Peugeot 2008, Citroen C3 Aircross and Volkswagen T-Cross.

Unlike most other types of cars, SUVs can sometimes carry 7 people. Usually, 7-seater SUVs have a small third row of seats in the boot, which are usually best saved for small adults or kids. Popular 7-seater SUVs include the Skoda Kodiaq, SEAT Tarraco, Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace or – at the more expensive end – the Volvo XC90 and Land Rover Discovery.

It's worth bearing in mind that SUVs are heavier and less aerodynamic than their estate car and hatchback counterparts, so fuel economy won't be as good as in those cars. That said, many SUVs are available with hybrid powertrains, or even as full EVs. Read on to find answers to the most frequently asked questions about SUVs.

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Your SUV questions answered

SUV stands for sports utility vehicle. It's a type of car with a raised body, sitting you up higher than in a regular hatchback. This extra height usually gives SUVs more boot space and more headroom for you and your passengers, as well as a better view out than in a lower hatchback or estate car. Not all SUVs are four-wheel-drive either, plenty smaller SUVs are front or rear-wheel drive, which helps save fuel over a 4x4.

Read our guide explaining what an SUV is and whether you should buy one.

SUVs offer a blend of practicality and feeling of security that you don't quite get in other cars. If you just want decent back-seat space and boot space, then do also consider estate cars. But if you like a high-up driving position then SUVs really are the answer. There's a reason they're hugely popular! If you've never driven an SUV before then remember you can take test drives at at Motorpoint store to find out if they're for you.

It's easier to say which manufacturers don't! The huge explosion in the SUV's popularity means that nearly every car maker – and we're including Ferrari in this – makes an SUV.

Despite modern increases in engine efficiency, an SUV's upright body is never going to be as aerodynamic as a hatchback or estate car. As such an SUV will never be as economical as a lower car with the same engine. That said, plenty of modern SUVs can crack 50-60mpg on a cruise, so don't be put off buying one on the grounds of fuel economy.

No, not all of them. In fact, most smaller SUVs are front-wheel-drive only, which saves on fuel. Larger SUVs tend to have four-wheel-drive options, which means they'll be a bit more capable in slippery conditions. Bear in mind that winter tyres make more of a difference in icy weather than having four driven wheels.