The best 21st Century MG yet. Other faint praise is available
This is a lovely big limo. So svelte, it can even make a politician look cool.
A rapid coupe that's unlike any other car on the planet. Uniquely weird, easy to fall in love with
Great-looking, great to drive new Volvo should be a fine car to own.
Probably Fiat’s least interesting car, but that doesn’t mean it’s worth ignoring if you love a bargain.
New Soul puts practicality to the fore, but in other areas less progress has been made.
Great looking, stuffed with tech, implausibly fast. A private jet for the road
Rivals are closer than ever, but S-Class remains our favourite luxo-barge. For now
It might not add a great deal more space, but it's hard not to love this four-door Aston.
Cheap and practical. But there are better cars out there that do much the same thing.
The entertaining and imposing QP could be our limo of choice.
Suffers from exactly the same flaw as every other Infiniti – the only reason you’d buy one is because it’s rare-groove different. Not necessarily better.
A perfectly able family hatchback that brings absolutely nothing new to the sector. Why, Nissan?
It won't trouble the cream of the three-door hatch brigade, but it's a mighty good effort, and looks fantastic.
Nothing in life is perfect but the Phantom gets close. An imperious, impeccably engineered automotive experience.
Solid, gimmick-free all-rounder that’s slightly less good at everything than a Golf, but cheaper for it.
More fun to drive than the Rolls Phantom, the Mulsanne is brilliant, so long as you’re on the inside.
Looks great, feels classy. Worth a look, Volkswagen and Ford owners.
Buy without regret: the 3 drives as well as it looks. Very nicely balanced indeed.
Seat’s strongest car in a long time, the Leon is now a Golf-baiting player.
Low on excitement, but high on value. Ka+ is a Fiesta on a shoestring budget
Great chassis, great interior but so-so powertrain – the Subaru Impreza remains an oddball