A job well done. The Golf is better, but not by much.
Peugeot has at last rediscovered some hot hatch form. Not the most startling small fast hatch, but a good effort.
Lots of crossover showroom appeal, and lives up to it out on the road.
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.
The 2008 is a proper little mashup, which just about works.
Peugeot ditches MPVs, does crossovers instead. Seven-seat 5008 is the biggest yet
Peugeot has a hit on its hands with the good looking and cheerily willing 208.
A big French saloon might be an oddball choice, but the 508 looks bold, feels good and drives (mostly) well
Lexus makes a proper alternative to the default German premium SUVs, so long as you prefer efficiency and comfort to outright performance
Well rounded, but short on personality and doesn't go far enough.
The Peugeot 508 SW is a better car than the Citroen C5 Tourer it shares its chassis with.
Not all that sharp to drive but it’s comfy and striking. For some, that will be enough.
Not the M4 rival Lexus (and we) would like, but still has appeal.
Every Lexus trait wrapped up in a tight 3 Series sized package. Superb design, forgettable to drive, probably quite nice to own.
22nd Century limo looks, stunted by 1980s powertrain response. The ultimate left-field choice...
If you (or your fleet manager) can live without diesel, this is a smart A6 alternative.
Lexus makes a posh compact SUV but forgets to make it drive well.
Expensive to buy, expensive to own. Rationalists, look elsewhere; LS is outpaced by newer, greener, cheaper rivals.
To call this a posh Prius may sound a little harsh, but that’s what it is.