A perfectly reasonable car for people who aren’t interested in cars
Probably Fiat’s least interesting car, but that doesn’t mean it’s worth ignoring if you love a bargain.
The looks might be polarising but it's not actually ugly and certainly not – bigger crime – bland
Another worthy crossover. Comfy, roomy, but not especially interesting
A beautiful, entertaining and fundamentally different hatch.
A capable machine, but more GT than hot hatch. Think mature rather than arm-wangly Italian
Just what the market ordered. Stylish crossover for people who don't need family space. But don't dig too deep beyond that
Renault’s Qashqai rival is conveniently a rebodied… Qashqai. A fine appliance for family transport
Great-looking, great to drive new Volvo should be a fine car to own.
The Clubman has charm but, although roomier, it’s not as fun to drive as it was.
The Karoq might have lost its predecessor’s personality, but on every other front it’s a better car than the one it replaces
Hyundai arrives to worry the Ford Mondeo – and the impressive i40 certainly does that.
A bit phoned-in from Audi. It's fine, but the only USP is that badge.
Been around for a few years. Still among the best of its ilk, but look at the new Leon Estate before you buy
Another convincing effort from Hyundai and a tempting alternative to the more obvious Mondeo.
A refreshing niche that ain’t a crossover, but not as sporty as billed
Another good Mazda from one of the very few car companies – any company, come to that – which simply doesn’t make a bad product
The latest Tiguan feels solid, sensible and laser-guided at its target market
One of Britain’s best-selling cars, the Qashqai is quiety, comfy and homemade, too
Everything good about the A3 Sportback, just a little less practical. A complete car that won't get on your nerves
Better than the car it replaces, but not interesting, exciting or memorable.
Much better to drive than the A-Class it’s based on, plus it’s more useful than the saloon. Buy one of these, not a crossover