A good car in a class of great ones
The long-awaited baby Jag doesn’t disappoint. It needed to be right. It is. Now it has to deliver sales.
Comfy and quiet yet brilliant to drive. The handling-nerd's car in this class
A Seat that takes the brand back to its roots, the Toledo is unassuming but able.
Bigger and better than ever, the Superb offers a whole lot of car for the cash.
A credible first ever sports saloon from Kia. Interesting to look at, and huge value for money. Needs a better gearbox though.
Goes in a different direction to the German alternatives, with convincing success.
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.
We've had to wait for it, but the new Mondeo has been well worth it.
Every Lexus trait wrapped up in a tight 3 Series sized package. Superb design, forgettable to drive, probably quite nice to own.
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.
Alfa's rebirth gets off to a flying start. RWD Giulia is a sign of good things to come
Credible alternative to the establishment, without being quite as talented as the key players.
A saloon car for people who don’t really care about/enjoy driving, but quite like big mpg and a nice stereo
Mercedes has thrown everything it knows into the new E-Class. You can tell.
Not what Merc should be doing. Focus on engineering, not trying to invent another niche
Not much different to the A-Class, but that's OK. Why mess with a successful formula?
Meet the new C-Class, same as the old C-Class: comfy, techy and classy
A brilliantly-designed item. Every inch the mini-A8, but not as good to drive as a 5er.
Beautifully built and beautiful to look at. But the A4 is 98 per cent as good, cheaper and less pretentious.