Five-door hatch practicality, the visual appeal of the two-door Coupe, improved engines and plenty of tech make the Audi A5 Sportback an attractive choice.
The latest updates do not add much but the Mitsubishi ASX is still a good value SUV, particularly if you are looking for all-wheel-drive.
The Mazda3 facelift adds a package of measures to enhance an already impressive product and underrated rival to the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra.
A wide-ranging update adds appeal to a strong-selling crossover but the Vauxhall Mokka X is still overshadowed by rivals.
The new Citroen C3 adds a distinctive option to the supermini market, but not at the expense of practicality with many plusses and few minuses.
The second generation of the Audi A5 Coupe builds on the success of the first model, evolved in all areas without losing the original appeal.
Suzuki launches its Ignis small crossover, hoping to sell it on the combination of attractive styling and deceptive interior space.
Peugeot launches its new 3008 into a crowded compact SUV market, pitching it particularly on its state-of-the-art digital cockpit.
The 570S is the first McLaren sports car, as opposed to supercar, but for the £143,000 price tag one still gets a true McLaren.
The new Audi Q2 is described as the first compact SUV from a premium brand and the most lifestyle-pitched car yet from Audi, offering much personalisation.
Infiniti expects big things of its Q30 and hopes petrol buyers will be attracted by a new engine/gearbox combination which offers more power and efficiency.
The Suzuki S-Cross, launched in 2013, has had a major refresh. New Boosterjet petrol engines top changes designed to make the crossover more competitive.
The new Fiat Tipo arrives in five-door hatch and Station Wagon estate form to take on the Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra and Volkswagen Golf in a tough sector.
The Peugeot Traveller is a new MPV/Shuttle based on the brand's latest Expert Van, with three body length options and great interior flexibility.
The Fiat 124 Spider revives the name of an iconic model, matching the proven chassis of Mazda's MX-5 to a turbocharged engine.
SEAT launches its first SUV into a crowded market, but the Ateca offers an attractive mix of style and ability in a competitive package.
The Ford Edge is a large SUV, completing the blue oval's range alongside the EcoSport and Kuga but also pitched against the likes of Audi and BMW.
The Tesla Model S is the car that seems to have the automotive industry scared stiff. We drive the latest 90D version to see if the reality matches the hype.
The launch of the S90 and V90 models provides Volvo with a range-topping large trio with which to take on the German premium market big-hitters.
Kia expects rather more sales, especially to fleets, from the estate Sportswagon version of its Optima large car compared to the saloon launched in 2015.
Whitecar claims to be redefining the car rental market with a fleet of new Tesla Model S cars and a personal, all-inclusive delivery service. So how does it all stack up?
The SsangYong Tivoli XLV is a range-topping and extended boot version of the Tivoli compact SUV range. How does it stack up against more mainstream rivals?
Despite its age, the Continental GT Speed remains a magnificent vehicle for grand touring and has evolved into a proper old-school Bentley.
For ushering four people across a continent in opulent luxury, the Bentley Bentayga is exceptionally competent. But the lack of standard safety tech is simply unacceptable.
A significant mid-life refresh to the Audi A3 focuses on new tech, particularly in the cabin, but includes two new engines, across all four body styles.