Volvo XC60 vs Audi Q5 vs Mercedes GLC



Cool new Volvo XC60 aims to hit the heights of the larger, seven-seat XC90 SUV. We see how it fares against the Audi Q5 and Mercedes GLC

2017-08-12 10:00
The previous XC60 was one of Volvos biggest-selling cars, and actually saw growing sales in the last years of its life where most models will slowly decline.
That highlights the continuing growth in popularity of premium SUVs, as buyers line up to get into family cars offering loads of space, chic styling and plush interiors packed with tech and efficient engines. But bosses havent taken those sales for granted, and have launched an all-new XC60 on the advanced SPA large car platform. That means the car also offers hybrid power, although for now most buyers will go for a diesel model.
Best 4x4s and SUVs on sale right now
Weve lined up the Mk2 XC60s key rivals, the Mercedes GLC and Audi Q5, to see if the Swedish newcomer has what it takes to beat the Germans. All three cars are aimed at drivers looking for comfort, convenience and advanced, hi-tech features rather than pure driving thrills.
The ageing outgoing XC60 was a little behind on technology, style and interior quality, but Volvo has been working hard on those areas with the new car so can it take the win here?
Volvo XC60

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Image 4 of 47




Model:
Volvo XC60 D4 AWD R-Design


Price:
39,705


Engine:
2.0-litre 4cyl turbodiesel


Power:
187bhp


0-60mph:
9.0 seconds


Test economy:
39.4mpg/8.7mpl


CO2:
136g/km


Annual road tax:
140



The Volvo XC60 is offered in three main trim levels Momentum, Inscription and R-Design although all have a Pro variant aimed at fleet buyers. Our pictures show a Momentum model, but we test the sportier R-Design with the brands D4 diesel engine, which costs 39,705.
Bumpy British roads provide a tough test for cars like these, but the XC60 tackles this sort of tarmac with a respectable level of composure.
In the suspensions Comfort mode, body control is good, keeping the car stable but offering enough movement to help comfort. However, you will notice big bumps in the road surface on torn country lanes, especially when cornering as the suspension is loaded the XC60 feels more jittery and unsettled, but around town and on the motorway the Volvo delivers a decent level of refinement, even if it still isnt as quiet as the GLC.

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Image 10 of 47

None of our trio is particularly sporty, but the XC60 does have quick, light steering and lots of grip. It feels more agile than the GLC, but the Mercedes steering is heavier and gives the car a more solid feel.
The 2.0-litre D4 diesel matches the Audis 187bhp, although it falls slightly behind the GLC 250 ds 201bhp figure. It was the slowest car in our acceleration tests at the track; the Volvo sprinted from 0-60mph in nine seconds flat, which lagged behind the lighter Audis 8.2-second time.
The gap was closed during our 30-70mph in-gear acceleration test, where the XC60 took just 8.3 seconds; two tenths longer than the Audi. The more powerful GLC was more than a second quicker.
All of our cars have plenty of power, though, and you dont need to rev them too hard to make progress. If you do, the Volvos refinement only starts to break down at higher revs, where a diesel drone comes through in the cabin. Keep a lid on this and the eight-speed auto manages the engines revs well, changing smoothly and kicking down quickly with decent response if you need a burst of acceleration.
Testers notes: The Q5s appeal is in its classy cabin that packs plenty of tech even if a lot of this is optional. Wed have liked to try a car on air suspension to see how it compared here.
Audi Q5

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Image 5 of 47




Model:
Audi Q5 2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic


Price:
41,085


Engine:
2.0-litre 4cyl turbodiesel


Power:
187bhp


0-60mph:
8.2 seconds


Test economy:
38.3mpg/8.4mpl


CO2:
133g/km


Annual road tax:
450



The latest Audi Q5 arrived in the UK earlier this year, and just like the XC60 it features a new platform designed to deliver better refinement and more quality than the car it replaced. Here we test the 41,085 2.0 TDI S line model.
The Audis four-cylinder 2.0-litre diesel is closely matched with the Volvos, as it produces the same 187bhp and 400Nm of torque. But both are a bit behind the Mercedes more powerful 2.1-litre.
The engine is quiet and doesnt need to be revved hard to get the best out of it, especially as the torque spread is the widest of all three cars: that 400Nm maximum is available from 1,750 to 3,000rpm.

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Image 24 of 47

Its quicker than the Volvo, too, and our tests showed that it covered 0-60mph eight tenths faster than the XC60. It trailed the punchier Mercedes by a few tenths, though, posting a time of 8.2 seconds.
The Audis weight advantage over the other cars on test should mean that its more agile but while thats true to some extent, its still not the Q5s strongest point because the steering is too vague. Theres lots of grip, but although the ride is on the firm side, damping bumps in fast bends with more control than the Volvo, it lacks both rivals softer, more composed edge on smoother, flowing surfaces.
Still, it is quiet on the move. A more unsettled ride at higher speed means its not as comfy as the XC60 or GLC over longer distances although larger wheels on higher-spec cars affect this less than on the Volvo.
Testers notes: The Q5s appeal is in its classy cabin that packs plenty of tech even if a lot of this is optional. Wed have liked to try a car on air suspension to see how it compared here.
Mercedes GLC

Image 6 of 47
Image 6 of 47




Model:
Mercedes GLC 250 d 4MATIC AMG Line


Price:
41,070


Engine:
2.1-litre 4cyl turbodiesel


Power:
201bhp


0-60mph:
7.9 seconds


Test economy:
37.7mpg/8.4mpl


CO2:
129g/km


Annual road tax:
450



The Mercedes GLC is available with two four-cylinder diesels: the 168bhp 220 d and this 201bhp 250 d. Its more powerful than the Volvo XC60 D4 and Audi Q5 2.0 TDI, and in AMG Line trim it costs 41,070.
Thanks to its air suspension systems softer set-up, the Mercedes is the most comfortable car of the three on test here, reacting to bumps in the road with more fluidity than the XC60 or firmer Q5.
Body control is on the looser side, however, but this means where the Volvo and Audi transmit some harshness through to the passenger compartment over the worst surfaces, the Mercedes filters out more nasty wheel movement.

Image 38 of 47
Image 38 of 47

However, even in Sport+ mode, which stiffens up the chassis settings, the GLCs set-up is still the softest, which allows more roll through corners.
It means the Mercedes is the least agile choice, while the steering is also the heaviest, and in this setting you lose the languid ride but dont gain much else. This trait at least makes it extremely comfortable on the motorway, but turn off on to a country road and you wont be able to keep pace with the Volvo or Audi, which feel sportier.
The GLC offers the strongest straight-line performance here. With 201bhp its a little more powerful than its rivals, but the extra 100Nm of torque available lower down in the rev range means it feels more muscular and was quicker on test.

It took 7.2 seconds to go from 30-70mph through the gears, which is nearly a second quicker than its rivals here, but in gear its much closer. It accelerated between 50 and 70mph in 5.8 and 7.2 seconds in sixth and seventh gears respectively.
Mercedes nine-speed auto box is also a great performer, shifting very smoothly in normal driving, even if it cant match the dual-clutch Audi in manual mode. But its the smoothest set-up here, and the extra ratio over its competition helps when cruising, where the noisier diesels revs are lower.
Testers notes: Mercedes offers a 495 off-road pack, but only on Sport models. The Audi and Volvo are fitted with equipment such as hill descent control as standard.
Verdict
First place: Volvo XC60

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The Volvo earns the win with its kit, price and blend of comfort and performance, although the margin of victory isnt big. Its great value and will be the cheapest car of this trio to run, yet it doesnt sacrifice quality. Its also fast enough and nicely refined, while the chassis and steering offer good agility. The XC60 follows on from the XC90, offering plenty of all-round appeal for a family SUV.
Second place: Mercedes GLC

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Image 37 of 47

While the GLC is easily the most comfortable model here, it doesnt handle as well as the XC60 or Q5 and is showing its age. Its refined and surprisingly quick, while theres plenty of space, but it lacks the more modern cabin and tech of its rivals. Strong efficiency helps its case, although buyers demand more innovation in this sector, and its here where the Mercedes is found wanting.
Third place: Audi Q5

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Image 23 of 47

The margins in this class are extremely tight. While theres no faulting the Q5 when it comes to quality or technology, and the cars agility and performance are certainly impressive, it simply isnt as comfortable as the competition, which matters more here. The Audi will resist depreciation well, but PCP deals mean this is less important, while it features less standard kit than the XC60, too.
Other options in this category...
Jaguar F-Pace




Model: Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d 180 R-Sport
Price: 41,330
Engine: 2.0-litre 4cyl, 178bhp
The F-Pace is the drivers SUV. Its more agile and responsive than any of our contenders, and while its also a little more expensive, its still very practical, with an even larger 650-litre boot.
Land Rover Discovery Sport




Model: Land Rover Discovery Sport TD4 HSE
Price: 40,140
Engine: 2.0-litre 4cyl, 178bhp
Land Rover is synonomous with luxury SUVs, and the Discovery Sport offers versatility and upmarket appeal. Thanks to its 5+2 seating layout its extremely practical and offers something different compared with these 4x4s.
Figures




Volvo XC60 D4 AWD R-Design
Mercedes GLC 250 d 4MATIC AMG Line
Audi Q5 2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic


On the road price/total as tested
39,705/50,730
41,070/49,085
41,085/45,210


Residual value after 3yrs/36,000
21,000/52.9%
21,599/52.6%
22,626/55.1%


Depreciation
18,705
19,471
18,459


Annual tax liability std/higher rate
2,288/4,576
2,206/4,412
2,286/4,573


Annual fuel cost 12k/20k miles
1,620/2,700
1,693/2,822
1,666/2,777


Insurance group/quote/road tax cost
31/828/140
34/1,191/450
29/848/450


Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service
295/430/370
35 per month 3yrs
266/471/319








Length/wheelbase
4,688/2,865mm
4,656/2,873mm
4,663/2,819mm


Height/width
1,658/1,999mm
1,639/1,890mm
1,659/1,893mm


Engine
4cyl in-line/1,969cc
4cyl in-line/2,143cc
4cyl in-line/1,968cc


Peak power/revs
187bhp/4,250rpm
201bhp/3,800rpm
187bhp/3,800rpm


Peak torque/revs
400Nm/1,750-2,500rpm
500Nm/1,600-1,800rpm
400Nm/1,750-3,000rpm


Transmission
8-spd auto/4wd
9-spd auto/4wd
7-spd dual-clutch/4wd


Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel
60 litres/150
50 litres/sealant kit
65 litres/175


Boot capacity seats up/down
505/1,432 litres
550/1,600 litres
550/1,550 litres


Kerbweight/payload/towing weight
1,802/664/2,400kg
1,845/655/2,500kg
1,770/670/2,400kg


Turning circle/drag coefficient
11.4 metres/0.32Cd
11.8 metres/0.32Cd
11.7 metres/0.26Cd


Basic warranty miles/recovery
3yrs 60,000/3yrs
3yrs unltd/30yrs
3yrs 60,000/3yrs


Service intervals/UK dealers
18,000 miles 1yr/192
15,500 miles 1yr/147
Variable/118


Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos.
7th/16th
21st/12th
18th/15th


NCAP: Adult/child/ped./assist/stars
N/A
95/89/82/71/5
93/86/73/58/5








0-60/30-70mph
9.0/8.3 secs
7.9/7.2 secs
8.2/8.1 secs


30-50mph in 3rd/4th
3.5/4.6 secs
2.7/3.3 secs
N/A/3.3 secs


50-70mph in 5th/6th/7th/8th
5.9/6.9/9.3/12.5 secs
5.3/5.8/7.2/10.5 secs
5.1/8.7/18.6s/N/A


Top speed/rpm at 70mph
127mph/1,900rpm
138mph/1,500rpm
135mph/1,600rpm


Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph
53.0/36.4/11.5m
52.6/42.2/13.3m
47.8/33.0/9.7m


Noise outside/idle/30/70mph
51/72/62/70dB
76/52/62/71dB
51/69/62/68dB


Auto Express econ mpg/mpl/range
39.4/8.7/520 miles
37.7/8.4/415 miles
38.3/8.4/548 miles


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
48.7/58.9/54.3mpg
51.4/60.1/56.5mpg
52.3/57.6/55.4mpg


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
10.7/13.0/11.9mpl
11.3/13.2/12.4mpl
11.5/12.7/12.2mpl


Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket
192/136g/km/29%
201/129g/km/27%
198/133g/km/28%








Airbags/Isofix/park sensors/camera
Seven/yes/yes/375
Seven/yes/yes/yes
Six/yes/yes/450


Auto box/stability/cruise control/AEB
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes


Climate control/leather/heated seats
Yes/yes/yes
Yes/795/yes
Yes/yes/yes


Met paint/LED lights/keyless entry go
650/yes/yes
685/yes/yes
645/yes/yes


Sat-nav/USB/DAB radio/Bluetooth
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes



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Volvo XC60 vs Audi Q5 vs Mercedes GLC
3 years ago

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/volvo/xc60/100434/volvo-xc60-vs-audi-q5-vs-mercedes-glc

Cool new Volvo XC60 aims to hit the heights of the larger, seven-seat XC90 SUV. We see how it fares against the Audi Q5 and Mercedes GLC

2017-08-12 10:00
The previous XC60 was one of Volvos biggest-selling cars, and actually saw growing sales in the last years of its life where most models will slowly decline.
That highlights the continuing growth in popularity of premium SUVs, as buyers line up to get into family cars offering loads of space, chic styling and plush interiors packed with tech and efficient engines. But bosses havent taken those sales for granted, and have launched an all-new XC60 on the advanced SPA large car platform. That means the car also offers hybrid power, although for now most buyers will go for a diesel model.
Best 4x4s and SUVs on sale right now
Weve lined up the Mk2 XC60s key rivals, the Mercedes GLC and Audi Q5, to see if the Swedish newcomer has what it takes to beat the Germans. All three cars are aimed at drivers looking for comfort, convenience and advanced, hi-tech features rather than pure driving thrills.
The ageing outgoing XC60 was a little behind on technology, style and interior quality, but Volvo has been working hard on those areas with the new car so can it take the win here?
Volvo XC60

Image 4 of 47
Image 4 of 47




Model:
Volvo XC60 D4 AWD R-Design


Price:
39,705


Engine:
2.0-litre 4cyl turbodiesel


Power:
187bhp


0-60mph:
9.0 seconds


Test economy:
39.4mpg/8.7mpl


CO2:
136g/km


Annual road tax:
140



The Volvo XC60 is offered in three main trim levels Momentum, Inscription and R-Design although all have a Pro variant aimed at fleet buyers. Our pictures show a Momentum model, but we test the sportier R-Design with the brands D4 diesel engine, which costs 39,705.
Bumpy British roads provide a tough test for cars like these, but the XC60 tackles this sort of tarmac with a respectable level of composure.
In the suspensions Comfort mode, body control is good, keeping the car stable but offering enough movement to help comfort. However, you will notice big bumps in the road surface on torn country lanes, especially when cornering as the suspension is loaded up.Here the XC60 feels more jittery and unsettled, but around town and on the motorway the Volvo delivers a decent level of refinement, even if it still isnt as quiet as the GLC.

Image 10 of 47
Image 10 of 47

None of our trio is particularly sporty, but the XC60 does have quick, light steering and lots of grip. It feels more agile than the GLC, but the Mercedes steering is heavier and gives the car a more solid feel.
The 2.0-litre D4 diesel matches the Audis 187bhp, although it falls slightly behind the GLC 250 ds 201bhp figure. It was the slowest car in our acceleration tests at the track; the Volvo sprinted from 0-60mph in nine seconds flat, which lagged behind the lighter Audis 8.2-second time.
The gap was closed during our 30-70mph in-gear acceleration test, where the XC60 took just 8.3 seconds; two tenths longer than the Audi. The more powerful GLC was more than a second quicker.
All of our cars have plenty of power, though, and you dont need to rev them too hard to make progress. If you do, the Volvos refinement only starts to break down at higher revs, where a diesel drone comes through in the cabin. Keep a lid on this and the eight-speed auto manages the engines revs well, changing smoothly and kicking down quickly with decent response if you need a burst of acceleration.
Testers notes: The Q5s appeal is in its classy cabin that packs plenty of tech even if a lot of this is optional. Wed have liked to try a car on air suspension to see how it compared here.
Audi Q5

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Image 5 of 47




Model:
Audi Q5 2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic


Price:
41,085


Engine:
2.0-litre 4cyl turbodiesel


Power:
187bhp


0-60mph:
8.2 seconds


Test economy:
38.3mpg/8.4mpl


CO2:
133g/km


Annual road tax:
450



The latest Audi Q5 arrived in the UK earlier this year, and just like the XC60 it features a new platform designed to deliver better refinement and more quality than the car it replaced. Here we test the 41,085 2.0 TDI S line model.
The Audis four-cylinder 2.0-litre diesel is closely matched with the Volvos, as it produces the same 187bhp and 400Nm of torque. But both are a bit behind the Mercedes more powerful 2.1-litre.
The engine is quiet and doesnt need to be revved hard to get the best out of it, especially as the torque spread is the widest of all three cars: that 400Nm maximum is available from 1,750 to 3,000rpm.

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Image 24 of 47

Its quicker than the Volvo, too, and our tests showed that it covered 0-60mph eight tenths faster than the XC60. It trailed the punchier Mercedes by a few tenths, though, posting a time of 8.2 seconds.
The Audis weight advantage over the other cars on test should mean that its more agile but while thats true to some extent, its still not the Q5s strongest point because the steering is too vague. Theres lots of grip, but although the ride is on the firm side, damping bumps in fast bends with more control than the Volvo, it lacks both rivals softer, more composed edge on smoother, flowing surfaces.
Still, it is quiet on the move. A more unsettled ride at higher speed means its not as comfy as the XC60 or GLC over longer distances although larger wheels on higher-spec cars affect this less than on the Volvo.
Testers notes: The Q5s appeal is in its classy cabin that packs plenty of tech even if a lot of this is optional. Wed have liked to try a car on air suspension to see how it compared here.
Mercedes GLC

Image 6 of 47
Image 6 of 47




Model:
Mercedes GLC 250 d 4MATIC AMG Line


Price:
41,070


Engine:
2.1-litre 4cyl turbodiesel


Power:
201bhp


0-60mph:
7.9 seconds


Test economy:
37.7mpg/8.4mpl


CO2:
129g/km


Annual road tax:
450



The Mercedes GLC is available with two four-cylinder diesels: the 168bhp 220 d and this 201bhp 250 d. Its more powerful than the Volvo XC60 D4 and Audi Q5 2.0 TDI, and in AMG Line trim it costs 41,070.
Thanks to its air suspension systems softer set-up, the Mercedes is the most comfortable car of the three on test here, reacting to bumps in the road with more fluidity than the XC60 or firmer Q5.
Body control is on the looser side, however, but this means where the Volvo and Audi transmit some harshness through to the passenger compartment over the worst surfaces, the Mercedes filters out more nasty wheel movement.

Image 38 of 47
Image 38 of 47

However, even in Sport+ mode, which stiffens up the chassis settings, the GLCs set-up is still the softest, which allows more roll through corners.
It means the Mercedes is the least agile choice, while the steering is also the heaviest, and in this setting you lose the languid ride but dont gain much else. This trait at least makes it extremely comfortable on the motorway, but turn off on to a country road and you wont be able to keep pace with the Volvo or Audi, which feel sportier.
The GLC offers the strongest straight-line performance here. With 201bhp its a little more powerful than its rivals, but the extra 100Nm of torque available lower down in the rev range means it feels more muscular and was quicker on test.

It took 7.2 seconds to go from 30-70mph through the gears, which is nearly a second quicker than its rivals here, but in gear its much closer. It accelerated between 50 and 70mph in 5.8 and 7.2 seconds in sixth and seventh gears respectively.
Mercedes nine-speed auto box is also a great performer, shifting very smoothly in normal driving, even if it cant match the dual-clutch Audi in manual mode. But its the smoothest set-up here, and the extra ratio over its competition helps when cruising, where the noisier diesels revs are lower.
Testers notes: Mercedes offers a 495 off-road pack, but only on Sport models. The Audi and Volvo are fitted with equipment such as hill descent control as standard.
Verdict
First place: Volvo XC60

Image 9 of 47
Image 9 of 47

The Volvo earns the win with its kit, price and blend of comfort and performance, although the margin of victory isnt big. Its great value and will be the cheapest car of this trio to run, yet it doesnt sacrifice quality. Its also fast enough and nicely refined, while the chassis and steering offer good agility. The XC60 follows on from the XC90, offering plenty of all-round appeal for a family SUV.
Second place: Mercedes GLC

Image 37 of 47
Image 37 of 47

While the GLC is easily the most comfortable model here, it doesnt handle as well as the XC60 or Q5 and is showing its age. Its refined and surprisingly quick, while theres plenty of space, but it lacks the more modern cabin and tech of its rivals. Strong efficiency helps its case, although buyers demand more innovation in this sector, and its here where the Mercedes is found wanting.
Third place: Audi Q5

Image 23 of 47
Image 23 of 47

The margins in this class are extremely tight. While theres no faulting the Q5 when it comes to quality or technology, and the cars agility and performance are certainly impressive, it simply isnt as comfortable as the competition, which matters more here. The Audi will resist depreciation well, but PCP deals mean this is less important, while it features less standard kit than the XC60, too.
Other options in this category...
Jaguar F-Pace




Model: Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d 180 R-Sport
Price: 41,330
Engine: 2.0-litre 4cyl, 178bhp
The F-Pace is the drivers SUV. Its more agile and responsive than any of our contenders, and while its also a little more expensive, its still very practical, with an even larger 650-litre boot.
Land Rover Discovery Sport




Model: Land Rover Discovery Sport TD4 HSE
Price: 40,140
Engine: 2.0-litre 4cyl, 178bhp
Land Rover is synonomous with luxury SUVs, and the Discovery Sport offers versatility and upmarket appeal. Thanks to its 5+2 seating layout its extremely practical and offers something different compared with these 4x4s.
Figures




Volvo XC60 D4 AWD R-Design
Mercedes GLC 250 d 4MATIC AMG Line
Audi Q5 2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic


On the road price/total as tested
39,705/50,730
41,070/49,085
41,085/45,210


Residual value after 3yrs/36,000
21,000/52.9%
21,599/52.6%
22,626/55.1%


Depreciation
18,705
19,471
18,459


Annual tax liability std/higher rate
2,288/4,576
2,206/4,412
2,286/4,573


Annual fuel cost 12k/20k miles
1,620/2,700
1,693/2,822
1,666/2,777


Insurance group/quote/road tax cost
31/828/140
34/1,191/450
29/848/450


Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service
295/430/370
35 per month 3yrs
266/471/319








Length/wheelbase
4,688/2,865mm
4,656/2,873mm
4,663/2,819mm


Height/width
1,658/1,999mm
1,639/1,890mm
1,659/1,893mm


Engine
4cyl in-line/1,969cc
4cyl in-line/2,143cc
4cyl in-line/1,968cc


Peak power/revs
187bhp/4,250rpm
201bhp/3,800rpm
187bhp/3,800rpm


Peak torque/revs
400Nm/1,750-2,500rpm
500Nm/1,600-1,800rpm
400Nm/1,750-3,000rpm


Transmission
8-spd auto/4wd
9-spd auto/4wd
7-spd dual-clutch/4wd


Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel
60 litres/150
50 litres/sealant kit
65 litres/175


Boot capacity seats up/down
505/1,432 litres
550/1,600 litres
550/1,550 litres


Kerbweight/payload/towing weight
1,802/664/2,400kg
1,845/655/2,500kg
1,770/670/2,400kg


Turning circle/drag coefficient
11.4 metres/0.32Cd
11.8 metres/0.32Cd
11.7 metres/0.26Cd


Basic warranty miles/recovery
3yrs 60,000/3yrs
3yrs unltd/30yrs
3yrs 60,000/3yrs


Service intervals/UK dealers
18,000 miles 1yr/192
15,500 miles 1yr/147
Variable/118


Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos.
7th/16th
21st/12th
18th/15th


NCAP: Adult/child/ped./assist/stars
N/A
95/89/82/71/5
93/86/73/58/5








0-60/30-70mph
9.0/8.3 secs
7.9/7.2 secs
8.2/8.1 secs


30-50mph in 3rd/4th
3.5/4.6 secs
2.7/3.3 secs
N/A/3.3 secs


50-70mph in 5th/6th/7th/8th
5.9/6.9/9.3/12.5 secs
5.3/5.8/7.2/10.5 secs
5.1/8.7/18.6s/N/A


Top speed/rpm at 70mph
127mph/1,900rpm
138mph/1,500rpm
135mph/1,600rpm


Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph
53.0/36.4/11.5m
52.6/42.2/13.3m
47.8/33.0/9.7m


Noise outside/idle/30/70mph
51/72/62/70dB
76/52/62/71dB
51/69/62/68dB


Auto Express econ mpg/mpl/range
39.4/8.7/520 miles
37.7/8.4/415 miles
38.3/8.4/548 miles


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
48.7/58.9/54.3mpg
51.4/60.1/56.5mpg
52.3/57.6/55.4mpg


Govt urban/extra-urban/combined
10.7/13.0/11.9mpl
11.3/13.2/12.4mpl
11.5/12.7/12.2mpl


Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket
192/136g/km/29%
201/129g/km/27%
198/133g/km/28%








Airbags/Isofix/park sensors/camera
Seven/yes/yes/375
Seven/yes/yes/yes
Six/yes/yes/450


Auto box/stability/cruise control/AEB
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes


Climate control/leather/heated seats
Yes/yes/yes
Yes/795/yes
Yes/yes/yes


Met paint/LED lights/keyless entry go
650/yes/yes
685/yes/yes
645/yes/yes


Sat-nav/USB/DAB radio/Bluetooth
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes
Yes/yes/yes/yes



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