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The Hyundai ix35 doesn't quite have the polish of the class leaders, but it's good value for money and looks the part.
The appeal of the ix35 is obvious: it’s a smart-looking crossover, with the option of four-wheel drive, for a lot less money than most rivals.
On the outside, the ix35 looks like a cross between a Ford Kuga and a Nissan Qashqai but, like for like, it’s far cheaper than either.
You get a lot for your money, too, because all versions come with air-con, Bluetooth, rear parking sensors, and heated front and rear seats.
The 1.6-litre petrol engine in entry-level Style trim offers the best blend of value, equipment, performance and low running costs. The 1.7-litre diesel model is a little short of punch at low revs; the two 2.0-litre diesels are quicker and available with four-wheel drive, but the top-level versions are a little pricey.
An automatic gearbox is standard only on the higher-powered, four-wheel-drive 2.0-litre diesel model. All the other versions have a six-speed manual gearbox.