If you're in the market for an affordable and feature-rich crossover, the 2018 Renault Kadjar can make a compelling case for itself.
According to Carwow's review, the Kadjar, while not exactly the best car in its class, is still worth shortlisting before you set out to visit nearby car dealerships. Compared to rivals such as its close relative, the Nissan Qashqai, the Kadjar offers a bigger boot and you'll fit better in the back if you're an individual with above average height, even in the middle seat.
The car being tested here is a 1.6-liter dCi diesel with 130 PS. While on paper it's quicker than the 110 PS 1.5 dCi, according to the reviewer you don't really notice the power difference between the two and, what's more, the dCi 110 is quieter, too.
Despite a few ergonomic hiccups, the Kadjar is still a very practical car for its size and worth taking a look into, which is quite an achievement considering that it belongs to one of the most competitive segments in the industry.