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Being price-conscious and practical may have its merits, but sometimes you need something that's more than just a way to get from point A to point B – sometimes you just want an SUV with personality, that special touch that says you're not driving just another car that gets lost in the crowd.What I'm trying to say is that although in the past I've written about how you should limit your car spending to a responsible sum, to own a car that's more than just a car means pushing that limit slightly beyond what seems prudent. Naturally, you get BMW's sharp handling and excellent performance, which makes this SUV a joy to drive, as well as the brand's quality and aesthetics which emphasize your own sense of style.Jaguar F-Pace: Jaguar's first SUV, to put it simply, was a slam dunk.It should be wary though, as it faces some serious competitionfrom Volvo as well as the new BMW X3. (Starting from $70,840 without registration)Volvo XC90: The new Volvo XC90 is a veritable rival for Audi, BMW and Land Rover in the premium SUV segment, with styling, quality and safety standards to match.
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