Mercedes-Benz GLC: The GLC is that rare SUV that perfectly blends style, comfort, luxury, drivability and off-road capability. It may not be exciting, but it is very well packaged and built to be an all-rounder, something it does phenomenally well.
Audi Q5: The Q5 is the latest SUV from the company to sport its new design philosophy. The diesel engine is quite and smooth, the suspension is supple in spite of not getting adaptive dampers, and the cabin is now more spacious. The Q5 also exudes a no-nonsense, do-it-all attitude like the Mercedes-B
Land Rover Discovery Sport: The most off-road capable SUV in this segment, the Land Rover Discovery falls short in terms of performance and the luxury factor. It is a great on-road handler too, but that comes at the cost of ride comfort on anything apart from a smooth road. We wish it had more powerful engines though.
Volvo XC60: A good looking Volvo is not an exception anymore, the XC60 is a testament to that. It also sets itself apart with the only radar-based city safety and driving assist system in the segment, a brilliant music system, massaging seats and air suspension. You have to nitpick and be a badge snob to give this a miss!