Model: BMW X1, Volvo XC40, Volkswagen Tiguan.
Price: From 38€ per week (low season)
Passengers: 5 seater.
Age limit: 27.
Extras: - Air conditioning - Radio - Airbag - Power steering - Central locking.
The BMW X1 is BMW's smallest SUV. It is a robust premium vehicle with compact dimensions, a versatile vehicle that can be adapted to the needs of every customer.
It is a premium car in both mechanical and aesthetic terms, the BMW X1's finishes are elegant and the spacious cabin is notable for the high quality of its materials.
Due to its generous space it is an ideal car for families, with a 505-litre trunk and the second row also comfortably accommodates tall adults.
Conclusion: The BMW X1 impresses with its great breadth and versatility. It is a versatile and enjoyable car, comfortable to travel in, for excursions to the mountains or to the beach.
The Volvo XC40 is a premium SUV, combining Scandinavian design with smart technologies and an innovative cabin concept. The Volvo XC 40 is elegant inside and outside. A very comfortable car with a cabin where quality and technology play a leading role. It stands out for its safe driving characteristics and high level of safety.
The Volvo XC40 is the perfect urban SUV. Its expressive design, intelligent storage and loading solutions and smart technologies underline the urban character. The XC40 is equipped with a comprehensive assistance package with automatic emergency brake assistance and lane-keeping assistant as standard.
In the front, even people up to 1.95 meters tall and in the back up to 1.90 meters can sit well, the capacity of the trunk is 460 litres.
In short, a very safe car with reliable standards. This makes the model ideal for a small family, who use their vehicle both in the city and on longer trips around the Costa del Sol.
The Volkswagen Tiguan is Volkswagen's reference SUV, with compact dimensions, and in the line of medium SUVs. The Volkswagen Tiguan was completely renewed in 2016; to a certain extent we could consider it as a Volkswagen Touareg in miniature.
On board, the Volkswagen Tiguan has also improved significantly. We find quality finishes, and more equipment, with an entertainment equipment based on a touch screen available in 5" and 8".
The Volkswagen Tiguan also hosts the new digital instrumentation of the brand, the Active Info Display, as well as head-up display and automatic emergency braking system in the city.
As for practicality, the Volkswagen Tiguan has a cargo space that has grown to 615 litres (+145 litres with respect to its predecessor) and up to 1,65 litres if we fold the backs of the rear seats.