The Kakadu is one of the best off-roaders in this price bracket; Fuel efficient engine; Stacks of room inside with tech to keep the kids happy; Now with a 3000kg braked towing capacity
Engine lacks punch, especially when loaded with passengers; Some off-road tech only works in low-range; Infotainment system fiddly and missing Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Fully electric off-road mode is excellent and works well; drive experience is quiet and luxurious especially in EV mode; as capable as we expect a Range Rover to be
Petrol engine can't match larger variants when EV mode isn't available; some pre production shunting in the driveline which should be gone by production time; most of us still can't afford one!
Plenty of cabin space and comfort, despite second row not being as spacious as we'd like; street presence ensures it makes a statement; diesel engine is the pick of the range
We don't think it is the S-Class of SUVs; ride can be a little stiff around town with some body roll; cosmetic upgrades might jar with some buyers who wanted more expansive changes
Tremendously usable powerband from the tri-turbo diesel engine; comfortable and capable at any legal road speed; clever off-road tech; 107 colour options!
Entry price is exactly that - be prepared to tick some boxes; lovely but not otherworldly inside - there are more sensible options; still not the most handsome machine on the road
Mammoth standard equipment list and a reasonable price for a large luxury SUV; off-road capability with proper low-range and hardcore bits from Toyota; comfortable seats in all rows; electric third-row adjustment; very family-friendly
Ladder-frame chassis and air suspension makes for wobbly dynamics; needs to be in Sport or Sport+ for passable body control; V8 petrol only - no diesel or hybrid option, and fuel use is on the high side