Evoques for 50 per cent off, then?
SsangYong, South Korea’s lesser-known carmaker, would kill for a slice of such success. SsangYong is on the right track by entering the booming crossover market, with the entry-level Tivoli offering seven airbags, cruise control and a five-year warranty for sub-£13k. This mid-range EX model is £14,600.
The Vitara beats the ‘Yong on pedigree – it’s been a UK stalwart since the late Eighties. This one’s the least agricultural yet, as Suzuki cottons on to the lust for rufty-tufty hatches. We’re driving a top-spec SZ5, which costs just under £20k. Less eye-catching (and polarising) than the Tivoli, no?
Photography: Simon Thompson