Suzuki's first 'proper' hybrid is not a massive step forward in the new eco environment, but it is a useful one that's good value for money.
The Toyota Highlander is a competent, large SUV – but in a crowded market, it sits amongst the crowd with no stand-out qualities.
The Genesis G70 Shooting brake is an estate version of the mid-sized G70 saloon that launched soon after the Korean premium brand arrived in...
The second-generation Suzuki S-Cross is great value and a big step up from its predecessor, but it still can't match its rivals on the road.
Toyota's new baby crossover makes no grand statements, but is an extremely easy car to live with, displaying few negatives of any significance.
It may look like a van, but it's built on the same platform as the Volkswagen Golf and Audi A3. So is the Volkswagen Multivan a van or a car?
We drive the Genesis GV80. Does this big SUV have what it takes to challenge the many high-quality heavyweight offerings in this sector?
The latest Nissan Qashqai doesn't beat crossover rivals in any one aspect but matches them across the board – it will continue to sell well.
Compared to other 'coupé SUVs', the Audi Q5 Sportback is easy enough to recommend. But the regular Q5 is both cheaper and objectively better.
The BMW 330e is the most eco-friendly BMW 3 Series model, even though you'll use the petrol engine much more than the electric motor.
The Mazda MX-30 is stylish and fun to drive. However, the rear seats are cramped and battery range is poor, which will limit its appeal.
Although the Renault Megane Sport Tourer is not one of the best-selling estate cars, the E-Tech plug-in hybrid deserves to be more popular.
The Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 feels like an ideal balance between performance and useability. It’s good to drive, good to look at and practical.
The Honda Jazz has a reputation for being dull but dependable. Can a funky new look and frugal new engine give it a new spark of life?
The Hyundai i10 may be a city car but it feels like anything but a budget offering. The downside, unfortunately, is a poor safety rating.
If you’re looking for a small SUV that’s a bit more interesting than most, you could be swayed by the dynamic styling of the Peugeot 2008.
The 2020 updates to the Audi A5 Sportback have further increased its appeal, making it a very good offering in the executive saloon segment.
The new Kia Sorento continues the brand's drive upmarket. It’s big and practical, and feels like it’s made of top quality stuff.
The Porsche Cayenne Coupé E-Hybrid is a mixed bag. The extra weight numbs the driving experience, and the engine is thirsty on its own accord.
The BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe might be another exercise in niche-filling, but you can’t say that it hasn’t been a well-executed one.
The Renault Zoe is a smart, chic supermini, and its electric powertrain provides an impressive range for such a small car.
Given Dacia is all about value and saving people money, the Duster Bi-Fuel factory-fitted LPG offering is a brilliant addition to the range.
The Defender 90 is hugely comfortable on the road and ridiculously capable off it. It’s less practical than the 110, but has more charm.
There's plenty to like about the Mini Electric, being great fun to drive. But the battery will do no favours for those with range anxiety.
The tweaks that to the Porsche Panamera Turbo S have only helped to elevate an already impressively capable saloon car.
Hybrid or not, the Suzuki Swift Sport remains huge fun to drive. But a hefty price hike means it's not as easy to recommend as it once was.
While some may prefer the grip and security of all-wheel-drive, the rear-wheel-drive Lamborhini Huracan Evo RWD is more fun to drive.
Practicality levels may be down ever so slightly, but the new Toyota Yaris remains a truly attractive proposition in the small car segment.
The electric Polestar 2 is a fully-fledged, brilliantly executed vehicle that feels just as good to drive as it is to look at.
The new SEAT Leon is a brilliant car. It looks great, it’s practical, it’s quiet and comfortable to drive, and comes packed full of kit.
The Volkswagen Touareg might represent somewhat of an old guard of SUVs, but it’s still a wonderfully well-rounded choice in the segment.
The Vauxhall Corsa-e is a decent all-rounder. It’s not cheap, but it has an impressive battery range and great on-board equipment.
While the interior is neither particularly practical nor upmarket, the Jeep Renegade 4xe is worth considering for its low running costs.
if you’re looking for a spacious, comfortable SUV, the Mazda CX-5 should be one of the first cars on your shopping list.
As a car for the rigours of the everyday, the new Skoda Octavia is well-suited, thanks to great practicality and a comfortable ride.
Porsche has nailed the brief with the 911 Targa 4S. If style and practicality are key to your sports car, you won't be disappointed.
The Ferrari Roma outclasses rivals left, right and centre, and serves to show just what Ferrari can do when it is on tip-top form.
Despite appearing to have an impossible task on its hands, the new Land Rover Defender 110 has succeeded beyond expectations.
For many, the Morgan Plus Four won’t make sense. But for some, only a Morgan will scratch the itch. And we’d argue it’s worth scratching.
The Honda e is a groundbreaking little car, and should prove immensely popular. For nippy city driving, it more than fits the bill.
The Kona Hybrid could provide the best middle ground between internal combustion and EV. But does it get the balance right?
The Caterham Super Seven 1600 proves that there’s still a place for cars that revel in the joy of driving, which it does time and time again.
The Ford Kuga plug-in hybrid is sleek, with a well-made and spacious interior. However, it’s a bit of a letdown behind the wheel.
The Porsche 911 Turbo S combines everyday practicality with the kind of pace you couldn’t buy for any money a few decades ago.
The DS 3 Crossback Performance Line is a worthy alternative crossover, whose charm stems from not following the crowd.
The Hyundai Ioniq Electric is ordinary-looking and dull to drive, while being spacious and practical. And that’s where its appeal lies.
Though the Volkswagen Up! is getting old, it’s still a good car. It's comfortable around town and won’t fall over during longer journeys.
Skoda builds some great affordable cars and the Kamiq is no exception, but steer clear of the diesel auto and stick with a petrol engine.