Hyundai Santa Fe? That's the first answer that came to me.....
Looks alot like my Chrysler pacifica though many cars look the same.
Maybe - if you were that interested - you should have gone round the back end. The make and range are usually above one another, with the engine capacity initials (500/750/1000 and so on, maybe also engine type, i.e., Tdi, V8). Equally there's normally a radiator emblem at the other end, the filler cap is usually a giveaway (as on Mercs and Beemers or Bentleys etc).
Maybe next time...
SUV type of this car.................
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These are all good answers so far, but the real answer is a Porsche Cayeene.
For Cayenne read Cayeene. Nice bit of pepper, but I'll stick to Land Rover - better getaway car.
You are correct about the spelling alancaster149, and it's spelled Cayenne. However I'm sure this little red SUV is a Porsche Cayenne, and I'm going to stick with that answer.
I am an auto enthusiast and I can easily say that it's a Porsche Cayenne.
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