Formerly known in the UK as Daewoo, which won't do much to enhance the marque's image. Great after sales service, though.
£9,140 - £12,615
Chevrolet finally wins a place on supermini buyer shopping lists through merit, not just low prices.
A vivid statement of culture and visual pheromone, this. It's even been honed around the Nürburgring. And it can actually go around corners.
£18,935 - £31,210
Identical (but cheaper) twin to Vauxhall's Antara SUV. Seats seven, and not especially cutting edge fashion, but spacious.
£13,585 - £19,975
Monstrously cheap, but monstrously cheaply made as well.
£16,090 - £22,815
When it comes to value, the Orlando is right up there with the best of them. Not as good as the best, but difficult to fault.
£7,160 - £10,430
If you can deal with the badge, the Spark's an interesting option.
An electric/petrol hybrid that has good driving and green credentials. Solves 'range anxiety' issues, but pricey.