Highly recommended. Only 52 years since the E-Type was launched and its replacement has finally appeared - and it delivers. Looks, handling and performance are just where they should be.
Recommended. It may be Britain's cheapest car, but it feels vastly better than that.
Recommended. After years in the doldrums, Renault comes up with a properly competitive small car. It is a bit bigger and more comfort-oriented than a Fiesta, which makes it an interesting alternative.
Recommended. Based on the latest Golf platform, the Leon is a massive step forward.
Recommended. At last - Volvo delivers a compact hatch that is able to compete with the best: it neatly slots into the gap between mainstream models like the Astra and premium ones like the A3.
Recommended. Brilliant door system, excellent Ford dynamics and the option of the great little 1.0 Ecoboost engine. Only the price is a problem.
Highly recommended. The world's best SUV? Unquestionably. The world's best luxury car? Quite possibly
Average. Striking, if busy, styling, good prices and decent equipment. Not a huge amount of fun to drive though, and the third door is a bit of a gimmick.
Recommended. Smooth, well equipped and attractive - but, inevitably, not as cheap as it used to be.
Recommended. It's big, it's cheap and the good bits are very good indeed. Some of the bad bits are terrible, though.
Highly recommended. Styled with class and with an interior that sets new standards, the A3 is as alluring as family hatchbacks come.
Recommended. Kia comes up with another very professional new family car. For private buyers it is one of the best choices in the class.