Excellent blend of practicality and fun; Slick instrument display and personalisation options; Punchy engine and clever AWD system; R-Line pack looks neat!
Gets a bit pricey when you add all the goodies; Ride still firm in comfort setting; Is a fun car, so needs a fun name
Effortless performance; Sync 3 infotainment system; Classy looks; Comfortable and quiet cruiser; Decent handling; Strong equipment list
Driver assist features still optional on top-spec, should be standard; Not as economical as you'd expect; Some cheap-feeling cabin plastics; Average rear legroom; Occasional turbo lag
Looks and feels premium for the price; Not as impractical as you might first expect based on its swoopy roofline; Lots of safety kit and handy surround-view camera system is standard
Poor rear vision from the driver's seat due to plunging roof-line; Ride can be wallowy in Comfort mode; Not as sporty to drive as it looks
Excellent engine just got better; technical package from gearbox to drivetrain is enjoyable at any speed; Alcantara makes every interior better; looks great in red - and red cars go faster and sound better.
Extensive and expensive options list – Porsche is gonna Porsche; new media system has disappointing usability
Great chassis for an SUV; new 2.0L diesel betters the old 2.2L in every way; better throttle response, quieter and more refined; 9-speed auto works well with new engine; sharp steering; great space inside; seven seats; lots of features
Low-speed ride is a bit too firm; interior, despite being comfortable, still not as nice as current Audi Q5
Flawless engine and transmission delivers superb performance and good economy; interior ambience much improved; ConnectedDrive technology standard; excellent steering, handling
Ride can be abrupt, meaning adaptive suspension option a must; lacking some key standard equipment; not cleverly packaged; not as stylish as Range Rover Evoque