If you're on the hunt for a seven-seater SUV for less than £30,000 then the Kodiaq makes an excellent buy. But spend a tiny bit more and things become a bit more complicated.
For just over the £30,000 threshold you could pick yourself up a Seat Tarracco; a car that's almost completely identical to the Kodiaq underneath. What's more, it comes with more technology and features as standard and, of course, can be had with seven seats. So why should you go for the Kodiaq over the competition? And just how useable are those seats in the third row?