Hi Everyone, I have been reading the forum for a long time and this is my first post. I test drove a model S 18 months ago and loved the smoothness of an ICE free car, but I like the space of an SUV and so I placed a reservation for a model X. I live in the UK and now we are able to order an X, my current car a current shape Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic V6 Diesel will be three years old in January. It has so far only lost an impressive 30% of its value and so I feel I should trade it in. Particularly I am looking for something with more space. The third row seats are tiny in the Range Rover and my daughter is getting older. Despite having only one child, we use 6 or 7 seats roughly once a week. I continue to have reservations around the lack of folding second row seats in the X. My wife says we rarely use them, but I estimate we use them 4 or 5 times a year for trips to the dump, buying a large TV etc. Today I test drove a Q7 3.0D and an XC90 T8. I instantly discounted the XC90 which felt like a considerably cheaper car. The Q7 was nice, it has a lot more space than the Range Rover and was similarly quiet and comfortable, however, it maybe handled a little less well. Does anyone have experience of either the Range Rover Sport or Q7 as well as the X? There are still no Xs to drive in the UK, I have sat in one which was nicer than I expected. I have an invite to see one again August, it is not clear if I will be able to drive one then. I fell very spoiled by the Range Rover Sport, it has a beautiful interior and a lovely solid feeling to drive. I had 2 X5s prior to it and it is a much better car, but it should be as it is more expensive. It is simply lacking in space. Perhaps I will just put off changing. Usually my next car "speaks to me" and I just know what I will get. I am not sure I have that feeling at the moment. Currently I am considering the X 60D and the Audi SQ7. They will both cost me somewhere between £70000 and £75000 depending on Spec. The SQ is as fast as a X 90D. We only do around 6,000 miles a year so fuel consumption isn't really an issue. The main cost of ownership is going to be depreciation and I am a little concerned about this on the X which is why I am leaning towards the 60D. It is still somewhat faster than the Range Rover anyway. I would be really interested if someone has feedback on how the X feels to drive versus some of these cars as well as how noisy it is particularly in terms of road and suspension noise. I would probably stick to 20 inch wheels. Thanks for your help.