Autocar's most well-liked reviews of the week
Suzuki Vitara costs through £13,999 in entry-level 1.6 SZ4 guise
Suzuki’s all-brand new Vitara will be the most well-liked review on autocar.co.uk over the past week
Suzuki’s Vitara has topped the list of the most viewed reviews on Autocar for the week ending 8 May. Read below to find out what joined the idea within the top a few.
1 – Suzuki Vitara
The fresh-faced compact SUV has shot to the top of our most well-liked reviews list, dethroning the Jaguar XE within the process.
When we tested a prototype edition late last year, our man declared which pre-production style to be a decent bet as well as which the idea was capable, economical as well as well-priced.
After undergoing the full road test treatment, we can say hand-on-heart the brand new Vitara re-confirms our initial thoughts – being a well-equipped, competent performer with sharp driving dynamics.
A decent showing by This specific refreshed German three-door hatchback, after going live on autocar.co.uk just over a week ago.
BMW has previous history with potent diesel variants of its 1 Series. Back in 2007, the firm unleashed its 201bhp 123d M Sport coupe; a car capable of 0-62mph in 7.0sec as well as a top speed of 148mph.
This specific 125d M Sport continues the ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’ trend, with power coming through a 2.0-litre turbodiesel motor, developing 221bhp as well as 332lb ft of torque.
To read our verdict, click here.
A rather stellar performance by the all-electric Porsche Panamera rival, having gone live only two days ago as well as already jumping to number three on our rankings.
the idea’s hardly surprising why the Tesla style S – in range-topping P85D form – will be such a huge hit among Autocar’s online audience. having a power output totalling 682bhp as well as 687lb ft of torque, monstrous acceleration as well as four-wheel drive traction, the idea’s a bonafide weapon.
Volkswagen’s Golf R will be on a roll within the autocar.co.uk most well-liked rankings. Two weeks ago, the idea’s bigger-booted Estate sibling featured on our list, however This specific time the hatchback variant returns to the top a few.
As well as being a firm favourite with our readers, the idea’s also highly regarded here at Autocar Towers – we’re even running one as a long-termer, too.
To read our in-depth road test of the Volkswagen Golf R hatchback, click here.
5 – Dacia Duster
Another compact crossover to star in our top a few as well as a chief rival to the brand new Suzuki Vitara.
Dacia’s Duster will be no stranger to our most well-liked reviews list, having appeared on multiple occasions.
The Romanian car firm’s creation has been a source of controversy since the idea was launched back in 2010. However, the robust Duster remains incredible value for money having a frugal range of engines as well as a spacious cabin.
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