Not a marketing exercise but an awesome machine.
Not as cheap as you’d expect, but still one of the best hot hatches on sale.
A first-time entrant from Seat that feels like they’ve been practicing for years.
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.
The latest Tiguan feels solid, sensible and laser-guided at its target market
After a classy cabrio but don't have Audi-like cash? Try this. GTI expensive but worth it; R perhaps not
Seat’s most complete car. It has no real weaknesses – but we just know you’d rather have the VW…
Only the interior isn't as good as the Golf. Beyond that, there's not a lot to split the Leon ST.
It’s big, expensive and not especially clever, but it is really, really good at ferrying lots of people about. Really, really quietly.
Good looking, spacious and well equipped, but it’s missing on that oh-so-important ‘buy-me’ factor...
Volkswagen serves up more of the same and it's now better than ever.
Better than the car it replaces, but not interesting, exciting or memorable.
It's a sizeable leap, and enough to shove the Polo up to the upper reaches of the supermini order.
Just what the market ordered. Stylish crossover for people who don't need family space. But don't dig too deep beyond that
If you need a roomy supermini this is about your last stop before a Honda Jazz. But it lacks the involvement of some older superminis.
If the Passat is too dull but you still have a sensible side, the CC could be just the car for you
Seat’s strongest car in a long time, the Leon is now a Golf-baiting player.
Like your cars straightforward, fuss-free, and practical? You’ll really like this. (Very) quietly excellent without ever being memorable.
There’s nothing wrong with the Volkswagen Jetta, but why on earth would you get one when the Golf is so much more versatile?