At present I have two vehicles: a 2006 Mitsubishi Pajero 3.2 LWB and a 2012 E Class Mercedes. I use the car, primarily, to travel to and from work during the week. It's usually parked up at the weekend or during holidays and I use the jeep. I only had the jeep for a good period of time but got the car because the mileage was creeping up in the jeep, running costs were higher (e.g. fuel and tyre replacement). Comfort wise, I find the jeep is on par with the mercedes. I use the jeep for pulling a horse box a few times a year. I have a double axle trailer (10'x5') that I use regularly. I have dogs that I carry in the jeep also. I intend to retire within the next few years and I'm starting to consolidate my position now. Part of that consolidation is to upgrade in years but reduce to one vehicle - one that will be kept for a good number of years into my retirement. Suggestions as to what I should be looking at would be appreciated. I'm not in a rush to buy, but will hopefully make the move within the next three years. By then I'd be hoping to pick up a 2017 or 2018 model. (Why am I looking now? I need to see what I need to financially prepare for) Suggestions from family include a Volvo C60, VW Tiguan, VW Passat Estate and the Audi Q3. I'll be the only driver and one passenger space is all I need. When I retire I would expect the mileage I'll be driving will dramatically drop. I hope I've given a feel of where I'm coming from but will clarify more if needed. Thanks.