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The Volkswagen ID.7 is the largest car in the electric VW ID range – and the best, most complete model that has been launched to date. It has a good range, ultra-refined performance and drives in a sophisticated, able way. With a super-practical interior and much-improved infotainment, it’s a great way for Volkswagen Passat drivers to switch to electric.
The Jeep Avenger is a really impressive little car, with excellent driving manners, perky electric performance and a competitive driving range. It isn’t perfect, with a cheap-feeling interior and limited practicality counting against it, but in pretty much every other respect it makes a very compelling case for itself.
The Kia EV9 is the flagship electric car for the South Korean firm. It’s the most expensive Kia on the market, but you do get an awful lot for your money, plus it looks fantastic. Is it the right big car for you? Read our full Kia EV9 review to find out.
Toyota sold lots of original C-HRs and hopes to do the same with its second-generation offering. It’s been completely remodelled on the outside, with a striking design that should hit the right note for fans of the original crossover model.
Volvo is hoping to strike a chord with buyers who are interested in owning a compact five-seat SUV but don’t want to pay too much for the privilege. We think they’ve got the formula just about right, with just a few minor niggles leaving the EX30 as a very good buy rather than a brilliant one.