Great-looking, great to drive new Volvo should be a fine car to own.
The B-Class is now a genuine contender – if an expensive one – in the family hatch sector.
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.
It’s handsome, well-built and pleasant, with Kia’s monster warranty an added draw.
Not revolutionary, but Q2 is different enough to make you stand out in a crowd.
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 Astra re-thought. It works at providing what real people really want.
Just what the market ordered. Stylish crossover for people who don't need family space. But don't dig too deep beyond that
Ford has gone to work on the updated EcoSport, dragging it from a blot on its record to a class contender
Connectivity and interior layout takes priority over how it drives. For some, that'll be perfect
The Kia Cee'd is the car that lobs the paving slab of reality into the windscreen of preconception. It might be a straight clone of a Toyota/Ford/VW hatch, but it’s a damn good one.
Similar to the old one underneath, but with a happier character and even lower running costs.
Like your cars straightforward, fuss-free, and practical? You’ll really like this. (Very) quietly excellent without ever being memorable.
The Insignia Sports Tourer is a solid effort, handsome and well mannered too.
There’s nothing wrong with the Volkswagen Jetta, but why on earth would you get one when the Golf is so much more versatile?
As sensible and tasty as a dry cracker. A decent enough car, perhaps one for the Freedom Pass brigade.
Expensive, slow, horrid to drive. A mass of metal without sense or relish or ability or anything, really.