In today’s competitive market many long-held definitions are being broken, and in no car is this more true than in the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer.
The Fiat Panda Cross does a lot of what a Land Rover can do, but in a smaller, lighter and more economical package.
The Volkswagen Polo compares favourably with rivals and build quality adds to residual values. A strong contender in the supermini sector.
What is it? All-new version of tough compact SUV. Key features: New look and tech including nine-speed auto transmission.
The heavily-revised Toyota Yaris supermini is a major improvement, with much more style than its predecessor.
What is it? Mk2 version of French brand’s joint programme city car. Key features: Bolder visuals, more efficient engines, open-top version.
The Leon Cupra is the performance version of SEAT’s latest family hatch. It ticks all the boxes and can only enhance an already envied reputation.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is a plug-in hybrid SUV. It offers strong eco credentials and major tax savings for fleet users.
The latest changes to the Vauxhall Meriva won't put it in lights, but they won't harm its showroom performance either.
What is it? Latest version of Audi’s compact soft-top. Key features: More luggage space, cylinder-on-demand engine option.
What is it: Load-lugger version of Honda’s UK-built hatch. Key features: Sleek profile, big loadspace, strong eco credentials.
The facelifted Skoda Yeti boasts a number of improvements without compromising the qualities that have made it such a success.
Volvo has launched a new four-cylinder eco engine range called Drive-E, which will replace all its current powertrains within the next two years
The SEAT Leon ST estate may not be the largest estate in its class, but it scores highly for style – few others will match it for looks.
An all-new variant of the Citroën Grand C4 Picasso seven-seat MPV is here. It features distinctive styling, practicality and frugal engines.
Dacia is in many ways the brand of the moment. The Romanian budget marque is now being launched into the UK by its owner since 1999, Renault.
The all-new Volvo V40 has a low price, high spec and class-leading safety. This is definitely one Volvo the Germans should be concerned about.