Superb family all-rounder will politely give rivals a bloody nose.
Great-looking, great to drive new Volvo should be a fine car to own.
More useful than the biggest estates, and good to drive. Avoid the SUV rat-race.
A safe way to move a family around in style.
Not as refined as a Freelander, but a hard-working, honest car that will never let you down
Lots of crossover showroom appeal, and lives up to it out on the road.
A first-time entrant from Seat that feels like they’ve been practicing for years.
A Top Gear award winner in 2016, and rightly so – Skoda’s big crossover is all things to all families.
The Karoq might have lost its predecessor’s personality, but on every other front it’s a better car than the one it replaces
Volvo has made something nicely distinctive here. It'd be impressive even if they'd been practicing for years
Go ahead if you like the look of it. If you don't, endless rivals are about as good.
By going transverse-engined the X1 has become technically less distinctive, but more useful in the real world
Just what the market ordered. Stylish crossover for people who don't need family space. But don't dig too deep beyond that
More grown up and all the better for it. Priced very keenly too - it's a smart shout.
The Astra re-thought. It works at providing what real people really want.
It’s big, expensive and not especially clever, but it is really, really good at ferrying lots of people about. Really, really quietly.
Seat’s most complete car. It has no real weaknesses – but we just know you’d rather have the VW…
It's divisive but, judging by sales, in a good way. Another Nissan crossover success.
We've had to wait for it, but the new Mondeo has been well worth it.
The Grandland X is a good car, but not a great car. However, that doesn’t matter so much in the SUV class
A perfectly able family hatchback that brings absolutely nothing new to the sector. Why, Nissan?