Not a marketing exercise but an awesome machine.
City car that feels more grown up than its size would suggest. Hyundai has hit on a winner here.
Manages to serve up a zingy new style that hardly compromises its space or usefulness
The V60 is a sensible, safe Volvo, just as you’d expect. The estate car of choice if comfort means more to you than handling
Citroen's Fiat Panda - character over driving thrills, but none the worse for that.
The Sandero is deservedly doing well: a reasonable car for a frankly astonishing price.
Vauxhall has turned the Corsa VXR into a convincing fast pocket rocket.
Has the makings of a great family car, if lacking a little excitement
Not quite a Discovery rival, but offers plenty of space for the cash
A good car in a class of great ones
Jaguar said its SUVs made new estate cars pointless. It’s built one anyway, and it’s mostly a success.
It’s certainly different. It’s also very practical, with enough charm to appeal.
It's a sizeable leap, and enough to shove the Polo up to the upper reaches of the supermini order.
Beautifully built and beautiful to look at. But the A4 is 98 per cent as good, cheaper and less pretentious.
A likeable thing. Go for a higher powertrain and it makes most sense.
Biggest Mini yet is the least fun to drive. But new Countryman has practicality on its side.
As green as cars get these days, the V60 Plug-in has the best of both worlds – pace and economy.
Vauxhall has turned the Corsa into a class-competitive contender.
Good looking, spacious and well equipped, but it’s missing on that oh-so-important ‘buy-me’ factor...
The 2008 is a proper little mashup, which just about works.
By going transverse-engined the X1 has become technically less distinctive, but more useful in the real world
Not much different to the A-Class, but that's OK. Why mess with a successful formula?