From the extended legroom to the higher horsepower, there are many benefits to owning a large car.
Larger cars have more space for people and their belongings – which is great for going on a road trip or if you need to load the car on a regular basis.
Generally speaking, the more horsepower a car produces, the better its acceleration – which is a strong factor in its overall performance.
Take a large car pretty much anywhere you choose to go. It’s built to handle hills, rough rides and all terrains.
Estate cars tend to have an extended rear end, providing more space for flat-packed furniture fanatics, sports enthusiasts with substantial equipment or families with a whole load of luggage. As well as their immense functionality, modern estate cars have evolved from their traditionally boxy visage to become sleek and stylish. And, with their well-equipped interior, an estate car has everything you need for an enjoyable drive.
A saloon car has a boot lid that’s hinged below the back window. They come in a range of sizes, with one of the smallest being the Audi A3 and the largest being the BMW 5 series. They follow a ‘three-box configuration’, with a ‘box’ at the front for the engine, a middle passenger compartment and the boot at the back. Their sleek styling gives them a luxurious feel while keeping plenty of headroom and legroom for a comfortable driving experience.
SUV stands for sport utility vehicle. These cars have a body shape characterised by big wheels and a typically rugged appearance that inspires fun and adventure. They come in a range of styles and sizes but they are all designed to cope well with different types of road and terrain.