A good car in a class of great ones
The Atom has grown up: still blindingly quick, but with an added measure of civility
Just what the market ordered. Stylish crossover for people who don't need family space. But don't dig too deep beyond that
Tail-happy dynamics and a meaty V6 powerplant. Don't let the TC spoil your fun
Not the perfect solution to all your motoring needs, but a great first effort at a useable everyday hybrid.
Jaguar said its SUVs made new estate cars pointless. It’s built one anyway, and it’s mostly a success.
Jaguar’s little crossover aims to storm a competitive set with F-Type-inspired looks inside and out, and an engaging drive
Land Rover plays with a winning formula just enough. The Evoque remains a stylish, accomplished choice
The default four-seat cabrio. Excellent engines and quality, impressive metal roof too.
Biggest Mini yet is the least fun to drive. But new Countryman has practicality on its side.
Less inviting to own than a Mercedes C-coupe, but scores points with excellent driving dynamics, a strong range, well laid-out cabin and class-best infotainment.
A car that returns to trade on past glories. The game's moved on, Subaru.
The Mini is an excellent hatch, but does it have to be so grown up?
The Grandland X is a good car, but not a great car. However, that doesn’t matter so much in the SUV class
Colourful character in a muted part of the market
The Evoque is pretty much all we hoped it’d be, a crossover to fall for.
Lots of crossover showroom appeal, and lives up to it out on the road.
Not revolutionary, but Q2 is different enough to make you stand out in a crowd.
Incredibly competent, deceptively fast, but needs to be at warp speed before it gets interesting.
The definitive example of rock-solid, sensible, impeccable German engineering
The Clubman has charm but, although roomier, it’s not as fun to drive as it was.
Far better looking than the old 1 Series Coupe. Driving and owning qualities mark it out as a real BMW.