The X7 is BMW's biggest and most luxurious SUV, and it wants to be noticed
Every bit as convincing as the VW California. What is loses in the finer packaging details, it makes up for in quality and design.
A few niggles aside, this V-Class feels luxurious and worth the outlay. A fine, MPV/business-express.
Will shake up the city car segment and could become a game-changer for the whole class.
The VW faces an uphill struggle against brand laden rivals, but is actually just as good.
The Sandero is deservedly doing well: a reasonable car for a frankly astonishing price.
One of Britain’s best-selling cars, the Qashqai is quiety, comfy and homemade, too
Audi's big, aggressive Q8 is interesting and clever, with a side order of *whoa*
A big step on from the old one. Drives well, great cabin environment.
A perfectly able family hatchback that brings absolutely nothing new to the sector. Why, Nissan?
A refreshing niche that ain’t a crossover, but not as sporty as billed
It's a sizeable leap, and enough to shove the Polo up to the upper reaches of the supermini order.
Well thought out, versatile and thoroughly decent family estate. The weeniest bit boring
Solid, gimmick-free all-rounder that’s slightly less good at everything than a Golf, but cheaper for it.
Like the Skoda Citigo, a cheaper VW Up — a winner, in other words.
The Megane RS has a newfound maturity. Better for tackling the Golf GTI, worse for tackling your local trackday
Buy without regret: the 3 drives as well as it looks. Very nicely balanced indeed.
Only the interior isn't as good as the Golf. Beyond that, there's not a lot to split the Leon ST.
Not as cheap as you’d expect, but still one of the best hot hatches on sale.
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
Every Lexus trait wrapped up in a tight 3 Series sized package. Superb design, forgettable to drive, probably quite nice to own.