The X7 is BMW's biggest and most luxurious SUV, and it wants to be noticed
You might not like to admit it, but the BMW X5 is a damn good car.
The X3 has never done BMW much credit, but the new one is a thorough enough job to take on the class best
Manages to serve up a zingy new style that hardly compromises its space or usefulness
By going transverse-engined the X1 has become technically less distinctive, but more useful in the real world
Spacious and stylish addition to the growing ranks of school run specials
Has the makings of a great family car, if lacking a little excitement
More efficient and effective car than its predecessors, just not quite as exciting
It really does tick a whole lot of boxes. You know you want one.
BMW performance hatch that is also a bit of a bargain. It's not quite a 1M, but it's close.
Go ahead if you like the look of it. If you don't, endless rivals are about as good.
This mini-MPV offers loads of space and of course, that spectacular warranty, but sadly it's dreary to drive. You'd be better off in the i30.
At last, a hybrid that doesn’t make you suffer for its green ideals. Top of the class.
Failed your family planning classes? You need a Hyundai i800. More budget airline than captain's chair, but needs must.
This is the future, supercar buyers. If this is how it's to be, bring it on.
Another convincing effort from Hyundai and a tempting alternative to the more obvious Mondeo.
Hyundai arrives to worry the Ford Mondeo – and the impressive i40 certainly does that.
Sensible and worthy, but pretty desirable too. Tons of room in the back, but little driving fun to be had
A very rational car in standard form, which will make your life easy, but not exciting. The i30 N hot hatch manages to make it easy AND exciting. It's ace
Worthy supermini that majors on ease of use and grown-up design. Fun is in short order though
City car that feels more grown up than its size would suggest. Hyundai has hit on a winner here.
If you *really* like BMWs, then the 8 Series is great. But it's less special than its rivals