You lot are worse than my Brother, who just leases £20k+ SUV's for two years and then on to the next, he gets that bored with the car he has, he is always thinking of the next one
As for me I weighed up all the SUVs on the market that I could afford on my budget, and decided the Ecosport was best value for a good looking car, good on insurance, tax and fuel for my everyday needs and for holidays and outings.
So it should do me for four or five years. And only then will I be looking for a replacement.
Thing is though with Ford you only get a three year warranty so you risk paying for repairs after this period. Hyundai offer a 5 year warranty so for piece of mind keeping it for 5 years makes sense and must work out cheaper over the ownership period.