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    Default Sportage, ix35 or CRV owners

    We're looking at buying a smaller SUV and these 3 are at the top of the list. If you own one, what model & variant have you got, what do you like and what do you dislike? Seeking the opinions of those who have 2012/13 models.
    And for Sportage & ix35 owners, how do you find not having rear ventilation? Do back seat passengers boil in hot weather?

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    Love my ix35!! The ventilation etc has never been a problem and I live in qld. I have the diesel elite model. I can honestly say nothing negative. .. maybe it rides a little firm but that's it. I love driving it.

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