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Overall paw score: 3.5 out of 5. Boot area Thanks to its seven-seat capacity, the Captiva is perfect for big families. It’s also ideal for bringing along a dog or two, because the rearmost row can be folded flat in order to significantly expand the car’s boot space. The combination of rear bumper and relatively… continue

Overall paw score: 3 out of 5. Boot area While the Volkswagen Golf is a very human-friendly car, it is perhaps not as canine-compatible as might be desired. A 380-litre boot is fine for smaller dogs – or medium-size breeds, when travelling relatively short distances. (Having said that, in two-seat mode, boot capacity can be… continue

Overall paw score: 4.5 out of 5. Boot area The Toyota RAV4’s minimum-capacity 547-litre boot means that safely accommodating even the largest of dogs is possible. Moreover, the vehicle’s side-opening rear door means that accessing the vehicle from the pavement (when parked on the nearside) is as simple as possible. Access is further enhanced by… continue

Overall paw score: 4 out of 5. Boot area The Honda CR-V is a lot roomier than you might first anticipate. Thanks to folding, sliding rear seats, the vehicle can comfortably contain a large dog. The boot floor is lower to the ground in this car than it is in many others, making it simple… continue

Overall paw score: 4 out of 5. Boot area The Mercedes-Benz B-Class’ 488-litre boot (1,545 litres with rear seats folded) is perfect for accommodating a medium-size hound. The vehicle comes with many great features, one of which is its low load sill. This not only makes placement and retrieval of bulky items as simple as… continue

Overall paw score: 3.5 out of 5. Boot area The Lexus RX features a minimum-capacity 453-litre space, which is compromised somewhat by the angle of the tailgate window and door. The rear seats can be tilted forwards, which does help in this regard but, overall, the vehicle is perhaps best suited for medium-size dogs. The… continue

Overall paw score: 3.5 out of 5. Boot area The ix35’s minimum boot capacity of 591 litres is generous for a car of its class, making it especially ideal for small-to-medium-size dogs. It’s worth noting, however, that the angle of the tailgate does compromise boot space a little. The boot floor is quite elevated too,… continue

Overall paw score: 4.5 out of 5. Boot area The BMW 3 Series Tourer’s large boot space is ideal for safely transporting your dog. The load sill is unobtrusive, and the opening is low to the ground, making access easier for smaller animals. The luggage compartment is big enough to store essential doggy items too,… continue

Overall paw score: 4 out of 5 (five-door model) / 3 out of 5 (three-door model). Boot area The Grand Vitara’s 375-litre boot space (1,160 litres with 60/40 split-folding rear seats flipped) is ideal for medium-to-large-size dogs. This capacity is available with five-door models. Three-door variants, however, aren’t quite as capacious, owing to a shorter… continue

Overall paw score: 5 out of 5. Boot area The Grand Cherokee’s 782-litre boot space is easily big enough to comfortably contain even the largest of hounds – or a pair of small-to-medium-size dogs. Naturally, for a car of this size, the boot floor is higher than is typically found in the average vehicle, which… continue