Hi All, I live in central Italy in a very beautiful place with quite roads and great scenery. I will be selling my 1998 3.0 TD Toyota Land Cruiser Colorado and would really like to replace it with a Kodiaq. I have 3 young kids and a dog to move around and very occasionally 2 grandparents. Most of the time the car will be used for short runs to local towns for shopping and school runs. There is never any traffic and most rums are about 20-30 mins each way. Once a month or so we do a longer trip 1.5 hrs each way. We do about 9000 miles per year. In Italy they only have 1 petrol option, the 1.4 TSi manual with 125 Hp, the rest are diesels. My local dealership has offered me the Kodiaq Active 1.4 TSI 125 Hp for €20,950 ( a special price as I am buying through my business). The problem is we will not be able to test it before ordering, Italy is big into diesels and hardly anyone buys petrol. (Diesel is 10% cheaper than unleaded at the pumps). I would prefer to buy a petrol car for many reasons, however I am concerned that the 125 Hp won't have the poke to move us around without straining. My Land Cruiser has 62 BHp/Ton but 295 Nm of torque. The Kodiaq has 81BHp/Ton and 200 Nm of torque. I would really appreciate some comments from you good people on the forum. Cheers.