Which Will You Choose? SUVs Reviewed In 2020

SUVs Reviewed In 2020
  • Which Will You Choose? SUVs Reviewed In 2020


    With the SUVs having a strong place in the hearts of Indian buyers, car manufacturers are coming up with a excess of choices this year. With a few new contestants in the compact SUV segment and few of the bigger SUVs getting updated, the Indian consumers have a lot to choose from. As the year 2020 comes to an end, let us take a look at the topmost SUVs which we relished testing during the year.



    The Magnite with its 1.0-litre turbo petrol in manual or CVT transmission motor makes for a appealing deal with the special introductory price. It looks attractive, gets a spacious cabin, and is decently-spaced. On the other side, the steering lacks feedback, and the high-speed ride is disconcerting and noisy. However, with the Magnite, Nissan should also aim to toughen and expand its sales and service network in the country. 



    The full-size SUV from MG's stable has noted impressive sales figures within a few months of its launch. The 2.2-litre diesel engine in two states of tune attached with a spacious cabin, well absorbent ride quality, many segment-first features, and level-one autonomous driver assistance tech amazed us while driving the Gloster. It has excessive body roll which might unsettle the passengers and one cannot forget to consider the firm rivals of the segment in the form of the Toyota Fortuner and the Ford Endeavour. 


    Mahindra Thar

    The up-to-date Thar has evolved as a daily driver while recalling its off-road competences from the older model. The petrol and diesel engine options along with the comfort of automatic transmission makes living with the new Thar a breeze. It still looks like a proper SUV packing in a useful cabin. However, we would have liked it more if Mahindra would have equipped it with openable rear windows and bigger boot space. Nonetheless, the new Thar is in a league of its own. 


    Hyundai Creta

    The Creta is the best-selling mid-size SUV in the sector and with the new generation flung this year, it looks fresh, gets restored interiors, feature-loaded cabin, and relies on Hyundai’s widespread and strong aftersales service. Although its styling may divide opinion and the fact that it isn’t really a driver’s car, it continues to tempt the buyers as a well-packaged family SUV. 


    Land Rover Defender

    The Defender certainly stances out from the crowd with its different design and true off-road legacy. It is super spacious, comfortable and well put together product with a variety of accessories and equipment’s to choose from. However, seeing it costs over a crore on the road, it’s younger siblings are equally competent at a much lower price tag. 


    Kia Sonet

    The new player in the SUV segment has been gaining popularity over its participants. The Sonet diesel manual is a part of our long-term convoy and we have really loved driving the potent engine. It enthralled us with its compact dimensions, economical fuel efficiency figures, plentiful low and mid-range sound, and a host of features. While the Sonet does not give many reasons to criticize, we can say that the top-end variants are a bit expensive and seating three passengers in the rear seat can be a tight concern. 


    Volkswagen T-Roc

    The T-Roc noticeable the German car-maker’s entry in the mid-size SUV segment in India. The fortes of the SUV are its attractive looks, refined 1.5-litre TSI engine, responsive seven-speed DSG gearbox, great driving dynamics, and an extensive list of safety equipment’s. Things we disliked were restricted rear-seat space and lack of an inexpensive diesel powertrain.


    Audi Q8 & RS Q8

    Audi’s top SUV along with its meanspirited brother look absolutely outstanding with its muscular and striking design and styling. Astoundingly, they are both practical and can be used as a daily drive as well as around the track. Tactlessly, they come with a heavy price tag over a crore. 


    Volvo XC40 T4 R-Design Petrol

    Earlier sold exclusively with a diesel engine, the new petrol version of the XC40 is only presented as a front-wheel-drive SUV. It has a smooth drive, quick gearbox and loaded feature and safety tech. It carries the same designing and design indications from the diesel model and features gloss black inserts as a part of the R-Design pack. 


    Range Rover Evoque

    The new generation of the compact SUV from the India-owned British car manufacturer made its comeback in 2020 with restored styling, new BS6 compliant petrol and diesel engine choices, and restored interiors with a new set of features. We really enjoyed the devotion the new Evoque attracts, impressive NVH levels, and feature-rich cabin. On the disadvantage, we felt that the low-speed ride is a bit on the fixed side, back seats are a bit uncomfortable and good for passengers, and lastly, the rear windscreen is really small.


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