Not a marketing exercise but an awesome machine.
Everything we've come to love about new-age Volvos in a smaller size
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.
If you like the baroque styling and can find a dealer, go for it.
Volkswagen serves up more of the same and it's now better than ever.
Hyundai arrives to worry the Ford Mondeo – and the impressive i40 certainly does that.
Superb design and refinement cloak a nondescript driving experience. Again.
Another good Mazda from one of the very few car companies – any company, come to that – which simply doesn’t make a bad product
Far better looking than the old 1 Series Coupe. Driving and owning qualities mark it out as a real BMW.
New Insignia ticks every cost-effective box, and is much more refined than before. Still tricky to be enthusiastic about, though
Not the best car in this uninspiring, fleet-orientated end of the segment but a very worthy effort.
A safe, sensible, comfortable saloon. Not a patch on the latest BMW 3-Series, though.
Forget the Magentis, this is a big Kia that's actually appealing. But so too is the cheaper Hyundai i40...
A saloon car for people who don’t really care about/enjoy driving, but quite like big mpg and a nice stereo
If the Passat is too dull but you still have a sensible side, the CC could be just the car for you
At a stretch, we can see a point to the 4WD versions, but really though, this is an unnecessary diversion. And not a very pretty one, either.
Better than before with faint Lexus stylings on the exterior but still not very interesting. At all. There are better options.
A Seat that takes the brand back to its roots, the Toledo is unassuming but able.
There’s nothing wrong with the Volkswagen Jetta, but why on earth would you get one when the Golf is so much more versatile?