A good car in a class of great ones
Jaguar said its SUVs made new estate cars pointless. It’s built one anyway, and it’s mostly a success.
Credible alternative to the establishment, without being quite as talented as the key players.
The entertaining and imposing QP could be our limo of choice.
Looks good, lowers the heart rate and comes with some reasonably cost-effective engines. A winning combination
Far better looking than the old 1 Series Coupe. Driving and owning qualities mark it out as a real BMW.
Can you cut the top off the world’s best luxury sports car without ruining it? Most definitely
Same waft, just with added style. A fine long-distance GT, if ever there was one.
Mercedes almost undermines its own flagship with new E-Class Cabrio. Close one
More efficient and effective car than its predecessors, just not quite as exciting
The default four-seat cabrio. Excellent engines and quality, impressive metal roof too.
Alfa's rebirth gets off to a flying start. RWD Giulia is a sign of good things to come
For the vast majority of us, the 3 Series Touring is all the car we could use or want
Typically BMW for its sheer composure on the road and fine refinement.
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.
Perhaps it isn’t as stirring as Alfas of the past, but this time who knows, you might actually buy one.
Rivals keep it from a better score, but the new 3 is still one of the benchmarks for this class
The new 5 Series is as good to drive as the BMW image, and yet it's as refined and plush as a Mercedes E-Class.
The 911 may not be the most glamorous sports car on sale, but it's absolutely one of the best
The 911 is still definitive, stretching the poles of a sports car's abilities without putting a foot wrong
It really does tick a whole lot of boxes. You know you want one.
The soft-top 911 is just as brilliant as the coupe, just a pity about those new turbocharged engines.