The only SUV to regularly make it into the list of top 10 sellers, and with good reason. Great dynamics and grunty diesel option add to CX-5's all-round value.
The ix35 was a sales winner, which makes you wonder why Hyundai changed the name for
its far more impressive replacement.
One of the first and still one of the most popular, the RAV4 doesn't excel in any area besides sales, but it makes for sensible buying.
Sharp deals and a seven-seat option make the smooth, refined X-Trail a popular choice. New-generation CVT transmission works well, too.
The most popular of all the serious off-roaders, the Toyota Prado continues to be a hit with families and outback trekkers.
*Source: VFACTS, sales for 2015.