10 Best SUVs to Drive This Winter

by admin on November 15, 2017

With the days getting colder and more forecasts predicting colder temperatures, we have found our top ten SUV cars that will provide you with the utmost comfort at affordable prices this winter.

Mazda CX – Tackle All Weather

With a rain sensor and dual zone climate control, this car is the perfect for making sure you travel in comfort on any journey this winter. As a compact crossover SUV, the Mazda CX-5 is fitted with power assisted front wheels and a sensory system to ensure any tire slip is handled with ease.
Mazda CX

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque – Classic SUV

A classic way to tackle the wind, the wet, and the worst days, the Evoque is equipped with Land Rover Terrain Response for those wintry days you want to go off-roading. With a heated windscreen you’ll see clearly in the lowest of temperatures, and its relaxed seating with DAB digital radio, everyone on board will enjoy your ride!
Range Rover Evoque

Volvo XC60 – Family-Friendly

This comfort-orientated SUV is perfect for family trips this winter with plenty of leg room and folding seats to optimize space. The twin exhaust pipes on the XC60 allows you to make the most of the engine, propelling you through the winter weather – no matter what Mother Nature brings, the roll over protection will have you stable.
Volvo XC60

Jeep Renegade – Classic Jeep Design

The Renegade appeals to all those that admired the classic Jeep look and off-roading skills. This nifty and agile SUV has excellent handling and can lithely make all bends no matter the road surface. And whilst you’re battling the winter, features like its electronic parking brake and hill start assist relieves pressure from you.
Jeep Renegade

KIA Sportage – Snow Beater

The KIA Sportage excels in versatile weather conditions, and when you’re hit with hail, snow, and ice, will be your Fairy God Mother of cars. All-wheel traction will make your daily commute through the horrific British winter relaxing, as cruise control and speed limiters take the strain off your long drives.
KIA Sportage

Mitsubishi Outlander – Sturdy Compact Crossover

This crossover SUV is distinctive and spacious so every car journey can be made in ultimate comfort with lots of room! And whilst you’re busy getting your family from A to B this winter, the Outlander’s automatic gearbox, brake assist, and cruise control, will do the majority of the work for you.
Mitsubishi Outlander

Renault Kadjar – Small But Fierce

This modern and small SUV is a fierce rival to other SUVs in its class. Its high driving position and solid shape gives the Renault Kadjar lots of cabin space so that you can have peaceful trips all through the winter. With Bluetooth connectivity and a touchscreen with DAB digital radio to keep all passengers entertained.
Renault Kadjar

Peugeot 2008 – Compact and Comfy

Based on its smaller hatchbacks, the Peugeot 2008 looks are deceiving, however this sleek design makes it a top competitor in its SUV class. To ensure you’re kept safe on the road, this agile car is fitted with tyre pressure sensors to notify you when you’re tyres need a little TLC. With a 12V auxiliary power socket, USB interface, and touch screen display, everyone can be kept happy on your winter adventures.
Peugeot 2008

BMW X3 – Luxury in an SUV

BMW’s X3 is the perfect SUV for the winter months, with features like heated front seats, on board computer, and DAB digital radio keeping you at optimal comfort. For when you need a little help, the BMW emergency call and teleservices additional features give you a handy back up.
BMW X3

Nissan Qashqai – Original SUV

One of the original SUVs in its class, the Nissan Qashqai is an impressive vehicle to battle against the elements with! Economic, practical and sleek, this car comes with ESP+ traction control and hill start assist to get you through every winter condition, whilst the heated front seats keep you cosy and in the warmth!
Nissan Qashqai

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