Your slightly embarrassing Korean uncle. You know him - he's the one who's not quite as good at anything as most of your other relatives, but who never tires with turning up at this year's party with a song that Auntie Audi did last year, only she did it better. True, he sings in tune, but he's just a bit crap. You getting this?
$13,990 - $18,490
The brief for the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead was to create car that feels like sitting in a luxury yacht. This is the same, except swap 'yacht' for 'cardboard box'.
$18,990 - $28,540
Not-half-bad Focus rival wearing the same underwear as the better-looking Kia C'eed. Taken at face value it's OK, but life doesn't have to be this dull looking.
$36,990 - $39,990
The last refuge of personal transport before having to pack
the kids off on the train while you drive. So many seats that inbred people
will have to take their shoes off to count.
$33,990 - $46,990
Look out Freelander, cancel the RAV-4 etc. OK, not really, but this is a decent looking and brilliant value soft-roader and, so long as you stay on road, you could do worse.
$25,990 - $36,990
Somebody needs to sit Hyundai down in a nice chair and very gently break the news to them that the Ford Mondeo exists. It will come as a shock, but it's for their own good.
$34,990 - $36,780
A kind of Nissan Z-car without the serious muscle, and with looks that even its own mother might struggle to love, this is a budget sports car which kind of works.
$24,990 - $31,490
Great big fat Tonka-spec SUV isn't rubbish, but against Euro opposition it just feels like a wannabe supermodel hanging round the catwalk in a hat she made herself.
$23,990 - $29,990
Look at the Hyundai Veloster one way, and it's a three-door coupe. Look at it another way, and it's a five-door hatchback. A charismatic, quirky coupe, potentially. Hyundai must nail the chassis tweaks, though.