Not a marketing exercise but an awesome machine.
Peugeot has at last rediscovered some hot hatch form. Not the most startling small fast hatch, but a good effort.
It defines this sector and should be its default buy. You simply can’t go wrong.
It's taken Volkswagen a surprising amount of time to get here, but finally we have a Golf Estate that's up with the best.
The e-Golf is an EV that works for most of us, most of the time. A truly convincing electric car.
Overlook the fact it’s so good that it’s almost joyless: the latest Golf GTI is very desirable indeed.
After a classy cabrio but don't have Audi-like cash? Try this. GTI expensive but worth it; R perhaps not
A job well done. The Golf is better, but not by much.
Lots of crossover showroom appeal, and lives up to it out on the road.
The latest Tiguan feels solid, sensible and laser-guided at its target market
The VW faces an uphill struggle against brand laden rivals, but is actually just as good.
Peugeot has a hit on its hands with the good looking and cheerily willing 208.
Good looking, spacious and well equipped, but it’s missing on that oh-so-important ‘buy-me’ factor...
This is among the best compact estates on sale (partly because it isn’t really compact at all).
Peugeot’s back on form, though it’s a GTI in an R/RS world and it struggles to engage.
It’s big, expensive and not especially clever, but it is really, really good at ferrying lots of people about. Really, really quietly.
The 2008 is a proper little mashup, which just about works.
Better than the car it replaces, but not interesting, exciting or memorable.
Volkswagen serves up more of the same and it's now better than ever.
Nothing radically’s altered with the new Passat, but a lot of it is now better than ever.
It's a sizeable leap, and enough to shove the Polo up to the upper reaches of the supermini order.
A big French saloon might be an oddball choice, but the 508 looks bold, feels good and drives (mostly) well