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500C (07/2010) — Fun, performance-packed good handling package.
Punto Evo (07/2010) — Well priced proposition for both trackdays and everyday driving.

Alfa Romeo
159 Sportwagon 1750 TBi Elegante (03/2010) — Sleek lifestyle estate.
Giulietta 1.4 TB MultiAir Lusso TCT (10/2012) — Still goes as well as she looks and now has the added pull of Alfa's in-house DSG auto 'box.
Giulietta 1750 TBi Cloverleaf (08/2011)Leader of the Alfa pack. Hot hatch? Or Grand Tourer?
Giulietta 1750 TBi Cloverleaf (07/2011) — Gorgeous, distinctive Italian styling. Hot to trot!
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm 140 Veloce (08/2011) — Less taxing alternative to mainstream family hatch.
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm-2 170 Sportiva (04/2013) — Serves up some saucy driving entertainment.
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm 170bhp Lusso (01/2011) — Revs rule. Need we say more?
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm 170bhp Lusso (06/2010) Sexy name. Sexy car.
MiTo MultiAir 1.4 TB 135bhp Veloce (04/2010)MiTo range now has another ace.
MiTo MultiAir 1.4 TB 135bhp Lusso (03/2010) — Loving it already!
MiTo TB TwinAir Sprint (12/2012) — Just 875cc under the bonnet but still very much an Alfa.

KZ1 — Sleek, sexy, scintillating and very seriously quick supercar.

A1 1.2 TFSI SE (04/2011) — The best supermini on the market today.
A1 1.4 TFSI Sport (10/2010) Brilliant engine. This is a car whose zeitgeist has come.
A1 1.4 TFSI Sport S tronic (02/2011) — Classy, compact + capable. What's not to like?
A1 1.6 TDI Sport (10/2010) — Affordable Audi. A sure-fire hit.
A1 2.0 TFSI quattro (11/2012) — Ultra-exclusive (only 20 coming to the UK) 152mph A1 quattro.
A1 Sportback 1.4 TFSI S tronic (03/2012) — Five doors are better than three. Smarter, too.
A1 Sportback 1.6 TDI Sport (10/2012) — Looks chic, is frugal at the pumps and it's fun to drive.
A1 Sportback 1.6 TDI Sport (04/2012) — Fun, frugal, comfortable quality car.
A3 1.6 TDI (07/2010) — 64+mpg on test in real-world driving. Who needs hybrids?
A3 1.8 TFSI Sport S tronic (09/2012) — Super-sweet motor that's also impressively refined.
A3 Cabriolet Sport 35 TFSI 150 S tronic (07/2019) — Classy-looking A3 drop-top is a serious contender for your al fresco budget.
A3 Cabriolet 2.0 TDI Sport (10/2014) — One of the best convertibles on sale today.
A3 Cabriolet 2.0 TDI Sport (04/2014) — Svelte looks. Superb to drive.
A3 Saloon 2.0 TDI Sport (08/2014)In terms of looks, feel and driving ability, the A3 saloon really has got it covered.
A4 allroad quattro 2.0 TFSI 272PS S tronic (03/2017) — Smart new allroad makes easy work of taking the rough with the smooth.
A4 2.0 TDI 190PS S line S tronic (02/2016) — In every sense of the word, the all-new A4 is 'connected': to its driver, its passengers and to the World!
A4 2.0 TDIe SE (06/2012) — Classy, fuel efficient, low tax. Serves up a comfortable ride.
A4 2.0 TDIe SE (03/2012) — Incredible 65.7mpg + good performance + assured handling.
A4 Avant Black Edition 45 TFSI 245PS quattro (09/2020) — A very premium way to travel with all the bases, lifestyle to load-lugging, comprehensively covered.
A5 Cabriolet 2.0 TDI S line (06/2016) — Pleasurably entertaining to drive. All the drop-top you'll ever really need.
A5 Coupe 40 TFSI 190PS S line S tronic (09/2020) — Grand touring style. Like Chanel's classic perfume, Audi's own 'No 5' exudes the sweet smell of success.
A5 Coupe SE 2.0 TDI Ultra (09/2014) — Enjoyable combination of style and ultra-low running costs, served up in a way premium German rivals BMW and Mercedes cannot quite match.
A5 Coupe 2.0 TFSI quattro S line S tronic (12/2011) — Offers utter driving refinement.
A6 40 TDI S line S tronic (12/2018) With its smart-tech features and driver assists, urbane ambiance and refined turbodiesel, it's a clever, high-quality motor that easily makes the grade. And then some.
A6 2.0 TDI SE (04/2011) — All-new lightweight A6 is an impressive package.
A6 3.0 TDI quattro SE — Striking, swift + satisfyingly good to drive.
A6 Avant 2.0 TDI Ultra S line 190PS S tronic (07/2015) — Capacious, prestigious but not in the least showy. A premium place to enjoy a 1,000-mile drive.
A6 Avant 2.0 TDI SE (11/2011) — A premium estate. Something we rate!
A6 Avant 2.0 TDI SE (09/2011) — Inside and out, an oh-so-desirable 'package'.
A6 Avant 3.0 TDI SE Multitronic (04/2012) — Beats its BMW and Mercedes rivals.
A6 Avant 3.0 BiTDI quattro S line (08/2012) — Sophisticated and searingly quick.
A6 allroad 45 TDI quattro Sport tiptronic (03/2020) — Classy, versatile and convincing all-wheel drive wagon. Takes its driver and passengers in comfort far from the blacktop.
A6 Allroad 3.0 TDI quattro (07/2012) — More versatile than a traditional A6 Avant estate.
A7 Sportback 55 TFSI e quattro Competition (12/2020) — With beautifully-presented and easy-to-grasp high-tech, superb cabin, and efficient hybrid powertrain, it's a rewarding and refined express.
A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI quattro SE S tronic (12/2010) — Stunning. Versatile GT.
A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI quattro S line (11/2010) So good we drove it twice!
A8 3.0 TDI quattro SE Executive (06/2012) A very clever car and a great flagship for Audi.
A8 4.2 TDI quattro SE Executive (09/2010) — S-Class, 7 Series or XJ? Buy the Audi.
A8 4.2 TDI quattro SE Executive (05/2010) — Why Audi is Europe's top premium brand.
Q2 35 TFSI 150PS S line S tronic (12/2020) — Persuasive and classy SUV package with a feelgood owning and driving experience.
Q2 Sport 1.4 TFSI 150PS (06/2017) — Yet another Audi on target to be a sure-fire sales success.
Q3 35 TDI 150PS quattro Sport (08/2019) — Rakishly attractive, Audi's mid-size SUV serves up premium integrity and effortless style.
Q3 2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic (11/2013) — Covetable and classy: a premium-looker and premium player.
Q3 2.0 TFSI 170PS quattro (10/2011) Good enough to frighten Range Rover's Evoque?
Q3 2.0 TFSI 211PS quattro SE S tronic (01/2012) — All the car you'll ever need.
Q3 2.0 TDI SE quattro Auto (11/2011) 8 out of 10 buyers prefer this turbodiesel.
Q5 Sportback 45 TFSI quattro 265PS S line (09/2021) — Stylish, very competent coupe-SUV perfect for the family, the pooch, and the luggage!
Q5 2.0 TFSI quattro S line S tronic (01/2013) — Premium space in a shrinking world.
Q5 2.0 TDI quattro S line (06/2010) Less taxing quality.
Q7 3.0 TDI quattro SE 272PS tiptronic (07/2016) — Hugely impressive to travel in. The only 7-seat SUV you'll ever need.
Q7 3.0 TDI quattro Clean Diesel S line (07/2010) — World's cleanest diesel.
R8 5.2 V10 Plus (09/2014)Awesomely fast 'n' furious driver-friendly supercar.
R8 5.2 V10 Plus (12/2013)For connoisseurs of high-performance supercars.
R8 Spyder 4.2 FSI V8 (10/2011) Spectacular-looking. Brilliant performer.
R8 Spyder 5.2 FSI V10 (10/2011) Sensational driving 365 days of the year.
RS 3 Sportback 2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic (11/2017) Delivers laugh-out-loud driving enjoyment. A double WOW from what for many enthusiasts is the perfect everyday sports car serving up the perfect adrenaline hit.
RS 3 Sportback (01/2016) — Wickedly fast, all-weather superhatch. Easily earns its ten out of ten feelgood rating.
RS 3 Sportback (02/2012) — A 335bhp-drive to die for!
RS 3 Sportback (06/2011) — The perfect all-round performance car?
RS 3 Sportback (06/2011) — Extremely fast, responsive and surefooted.
RS 4 Avant Black Edition (05/2022) — Super-fast estate with genuine 'wagon' capabilities, it does everything most supercars can do, and in all weathers. Warning: Highly Addictive!
RS 4 Avant (09/2018) — A deeply satisfying way to spend seventy grand!
RS 4 Avant (10/2012) — What other car can do 174mph, safely, with the kids and dogs on board?
RS 5 (04/2011) — Persuasive. Doesn't need entertaining roads to entertain you!
RS 5 Cabriolet (07/2013) — Deliciously seductive 174mph topless German temptress.
RS 6 Avant (07/2013) — Shockingly rapid real-world estate.
RS 7 Sportback 4.0 TFSI quattro (07/2015) — Breathtaking pace + all-weather usability.
RS 7 Sportback Performance (01/2017) — How many other supercars have anything like the five-seat hatchback practicality of the 189mph RS 7?
RS Q3 2.5 TFSI quattro S tronic (12/2015) — Transforms, in the blink of an eye, from an urbane and versatile town-friendly SUV into a sizzling road-burner that will humble most sports cars.
S1 2.0 TFSI quattro (07/2015) — Audi's premium hot-hatch will keep you smiling whether it's sun or sleet even the latter won't cramp its wieldy all-weather handling.
S3 quattro S tronic Saloon (07/2014) Über-eager, όber-grippy and όber-desirable all-weather sports saloon.
S5 Cabriolet 3.0 TFSI quattro S tronic (10/2017) — Refined, competent fast cruiser with good-to-use 349bhp V6. Scores highly as a 365-days-of-the-year four-seater convertible.
S5 Sportback (10/2013) — All weather competence. Goes like a wild thing. Looks fab.
S5 Sportback (09/2010) Very much 'a bit of all right'.
S7 Sportback 4.0 TFSI quattro (11/2013) The best £63K you'll ever spend?
S7 Sportback 4.0 TFSI quattro (08/2013) Supercar-slayer with a basketball team's boot.
SQ5 3.0 TDI 313PS quattro tiptronic (02/2016) — Inject some '007' into your driving with this fast and furious all-rounder and you'll Never Say Never Again to family motoring!
SQ5 (08/2013) — 155mph, 62mph in 5.1 and near-40mpg! Seriously Addicitve.
SQ5 (05/2013) — Capable of despatching Porsches and AMG-badged Mercs.
SQ7 507PS Black Edition (05/2022) — If you need to ask the 'only car you'll ever need' question, the answer may just be the SQ7.
SQ7 4.0 TDI quattro (10/2017) — You don't have to be an EIP (Extremely Important Person) but you do need a minimum of £74K to own one of Audi's oh-so-wantable SQ7s.
SQ8 Vorsprung 507PS TFSI Tiptronic (08/2021) — Enough presence to eclipse the Batmobile.
TT Roadster Sport Edition 40 TFSI S tronic (10/2022) — Premium two-seater convertible that backs up its strikingly sleek looks with an engaging drive.
TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI Sport S tronic (08/2018) — Classy looks, fresh air, bona fide sports car handling and civilised top-down cruising.
TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI quattro S line S tronic 230PS (06/2015) Latest incarnation of the desirably iconic TT is very persuasive!
TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI Sport S tronic (09/2012) — Plenty of admiring glances.
TT 2.0 TDI Ultra Sport (12/2014) Classy and great to drive with oodles of grip.
TTS (03/2015) — Sensational, rapid, delightful all-rounder.
TT Sport 2.0 TDI quattro (12/2012) — Performance, iconic looks, and economy.
TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI (05/2010) — Unadulterated driving pleasure.

Continental GT Speed Convertible (10/2013)World's fastest four-seater convertible.

1M Coupe (11/2011) — Small car; big price and performance.
116d EfficientDynamics 5-dr (07/2012) — The most fuel efficient BMW passenger car to date.
118i SE 5-dr (08/2011) — Now the car it should have been in the first place.
218i Auto M Sport Gran Coupe (04/2020) — A Niche model perhaps, but for some customers niche will be nice!
220d SE Coupe (02/2014) — Another series and another fine drive from BMW.
318d Sport Gran Turismo (05/2013) Not a sports saloon or estate but a GT meant for long-legged cruising on open roads.
320d ED (07/2012) — 143mph, 0-62mph in 8 seconds and a real-life 66mpg!
320d EfficientDynamics (04/2010) — 55mpg from BMW's super fuel-efficient saloon.
320d Sport (02/2012) — All-new 6th-gen model. Are we impressed? Should you be?
330d Luxury Touring (10/2012) — Impressive and persuasive new 3 Series estate.
420d Coupe M Sport 190hp (05/2017) — Significantly enhanced handling and compliant ride comfort. A very rewarding drive.
420d Gran Coupe xDrive M Sport (07/2014)Dignified and practical approach to modern executive Coupe ownership.
520d xDrive M Sport (04/2017) — With enviable kerb appeal the new 7th-gen 5 Series is the benchmark for the executive car market.
520d SE Touring (10/2010) The best of both worlds + BMW's greatest new engine.
530d SE (03/2010) — 6th-gen 5 Series saloon still the benchmark for the sector.
630d Gran Turismo xDrive M Sport (10/2017) — About more than just style, specification and space; in addition to having all of the above, it's unashamedly a grand sports tourer.
650i SE Convertible (03/2011) — Hugely desirable grand tourer. Blistering performance.
640d Gran Coupe M Sport (02/2013) Makes you feel like a million dollars. More spacious than a slinky coupe has any right to be.
640d M Sport Gran Coupe (09/2012) — Sporting, luxurious and desirable four-door coupe.
730Ld M Sport (03/2016) — Brimming with the latest driving, communication and entertainment technologies, it's one of the cleverest luxury cars to drive and be driven in.
760Li (02/2010) — V12-engined flagship. It's a rich man's world.
iX xDrive50 (0222) — BMW's all-electric SUV is pricey, but you do get a 380-mile range between charge-ups.
i3 Range Extender (05/2014) — Does away with conventional electric car 'range anxiety'.
i8 (10/2014) Zero to 62mph in 4.4 seconds and 135mpg!
M2 Coupe DCT Auto (09/2016) — Hardcore fast when needed with great handling, huge driving satisfaction and a great exhaust soundtrack!
M3 GTS Coupe (06/2011) — £117,630 buys you exclusivity and raw power.
M5 (11/2011) — For buyers with more money than driving skills, it's probably too fast!
M6 Convertible 2+2 (07/2012) — £100,000 buys you the fastest production BMW ever.
X1 xDrive 25d xLine (08/2016) — It may be the smallest 'X' in BMW's SUV armoury but it's nevertheless a satisfyingly well-fettled crossover with appealing packaging and dynamics.
X1 xDrive 18d xLine (10/2012) — Compact premium 4x4 crossover and the best X1 to date.
X1 xDrive 23d SE Auto (01/2010) — BMW's latest get-you-most-places 4x4.
X3 xDrive 2.0d SE Automatic (01/2011) — Leader of the 'posh' compact SUV pack.
X5 xDrive 40e MSport (01/2016) — It's 'full charge ahead' for BMW with their new plug-in.
X5 M50d (10/2013) — New X5 better in all ways than its class-leading predecessors.
X6 M50d (12/2012) — Boldly-styled, triple-turboed technological masterpiece.
Z4 sDrive 18i (05/2013) — Tempting new 151bhp range-starter, from £27K.
Z4 sDrive 35i M Sport Auto (01/2014) — Latest Z4 is deliciously more intense.

Seven SuperSprint (06/2018) — Race-themed and hilarious fun at any speed.

Aveo 1.2 LT (06/2013) — Well-priced supermini that's easy to live with and pleasing to drive... everywhere.
Aveo 1.2 LT (01/2012) — Value for money, low running costs and distinctive styling.
Camaro Convertible (08/2012) — Big, brash 6.2-litre Camaro muscles into the UK.
Captiva 2.2 VCDi LTZ 7-seat (10/2013) — 7 seats, 4WD and rides the tarmac well.
Cruze 1.8i LTZ (11/2011)Every 7 seconds, someone in the world buys a Chevrolet.
Cruze Station Wagon 1.7 VCDi LT (10/2013) A very together estate that's very easy to live with.
Orlando 2.0 130PS LT MPV (02/2011) — Seven-seater is no Mickey Mouse MPV.
Spark 1.2 LT (04/2010)Chevrolet's 'bright' Spark ticks all the right boxes.

300C 3.0 CRD V6 Executive (04/2013) — Hospitable in a genuine American way.
300C 3.0 V6 CRD SRT Automatic (05/2010) — Big on image. You'll be noticed.
Grand Voyager 2.8 CRD Limited (09/2013) — Not to be confused with Star Trek: Voyager.
Ypsilon TwinAir Red & Black (10/2012) — Packs large car feel into an ultra-compact 5-door body.
Ypsilon TwinAir (03/2012) — Does it tick enough ownership boxes for the customer?

C1 Feel VTi 68 5-dr (07/2014) — All-new 'naturally urban' C1 city car.
C3 Picasso 1.6 HDi Exclusive (07/2010) — A practical work of art?
C4 Cactus Feel PureTech 110 (07/2018) — With its unique comfort suspension and seats, the Cactus is making Comfort the new Cool.
C4 Cactus Rip Curl 1.2 PureTech 110 (11/2016) — Even if you're not a surfer, it'll make you smile.
C4 Cactus PureTech 82 Feel (12/2014) — Unique quirky design. Cheap to run. Comfortable.
C4 1.6 e-HDi micro-hybrid VTR+ (11/2010) — Customer-focused solution.
DS3 Cabrio THP 155 DSport (03/2013) — Handles our changeable weather without fuss.
DS3 DSport Pink THP 155 (05/2014) — Chic style. Sporty performance.
DS3 DSport Red THP 155 (05/2013) — Boasts much more style and exclusivity than a MINI.
DS3 DSport 1.6 THP 150 (05/2010) Smart, sassy, sporty three-door.
DS3 Racing (10/2011) — If you're very quick, you can buy this top-dog Citroen DS3.
DS4 Style HDi 160 5-dr (08/2011) — Dare to be different!
DS5 DSport 2.0 HDi 160 (09/2012)If it wore an Audi, BMW, or Mercedes badge, it would pass for a premium product.
Grand C4 SpaceTourer Feel BlueHDi 160 (07/2018) — Make the Grand gesture: Go Gallic!

Formentor V2 1.4 eHybrid 204PS DSG (11/2021) — Looks pretty amazing, great to travel in, drives brilliantly. More than lives up to its 'SUV-coupe' expectations.

Duster Laureate 1.5 dCi 4x4 (02/2015) The Duster is cleaning up in the budget-buy SUV market. Tried one yet? You really should.
Duster Laureate 1.5 dCi 110 4x4 (10/2012) — Value-for-money family vehicle/country workhorse.
Logan MCV Access 1.2 16v (10/2013)The cheapest new estate car in the UK.

E-4 (05/2011) — High-performance, electric gullwing coupe with 4 full-size seats.

DS7 E-Tense 360 La Premiere (05/2023) — The French DS marque majors on comfort, luxury and adventurous design. But priced at £63K, is that enough?
DS 7 Crossback Performance Line PureTech 225 (08/2018) — Inject some ooh la-la into your driving with the desirable and charmingly laid-back DS 7.
DS 3 Crossback Prestige PureTech 155 Auto (12/2019) — For those determined on une vie moins ordinaire (a life less ordinary) the DS 3 Crossback is a fine place to start.

F430 Spider F1 — Wears its supercar status like the Devil wears Prada.
599 GTB Fiorano F1 — Fearsomely quick, eminently civilised supercar.
612 Scaglietti F1A — Five hundred and thirty two prancing horses.
California HELE — Retractable metal hardtop and dual-clutch transmission makes the California a genuine every-day-of-the-year high-performance driving machine...

124 Spider Lusso Plus (02/2018) — Nothing else gets its top off quicker! An authentic Italian roadster driving experience.
500 900cc TwinAir Lounge (10/2015) — 1,800 changes keep the 500 fresh and desirable as the UK's best-selling City Car.
500 TwinAir Pop (11/2010) — 875cc two-cylinder TwinAir petrol trumps diesel.
500C 1.2 Lounge (03/2013) — Even if you're driving alone, you'll always have a smile for company!
500L 1.6 MultiJet Trekking (06/2014) — More character than its rivals + all-weather grip.
500L 1.6 MultiJet Pop Star (02/2013) — Even has an on-board Lavazza coffee-maker.
500X Cross Plus 1.3 FireFly Auto (03/2019) — Fashionable compact SUV that's just a bit different.
500X 1.4 MultiAir Auto Pop Star (04/2018) — Practical small SUV city car with a classy interior and enough of the 'X' factor to satisfy fashionistas.
Bravo 1.4 MultiAir Sport (11/2011) Will inject some welcome ιlan into the family driver's day.
Doblo 1.6 MultiJet 105 Eleganza (01/2011) — Million-seller workhorse MPV.
Panda 1.3 MultiJet 4x4 (09/2013) — Two cars for the price of one: 4x4 and tough city car.
Panda 1.3 MultiJet 4x4 (01/2013) — Off-road capabilities are huge and it's good fun to drive.
Panda Lounge 0.9 TwinAir (10/2012) — A Swiss Army Knife designed and built by Italians.
Punto Evo 1.4 MultiAir Dynamic 5-dr (01/2010) — The Revolution's here.
Punto Evo 1.4 MultiAir Sporting 3-dr (08/2011) — MultiAir: the star in a reasonably priced car.
Punto Evo 1.6 MultiJet Sporting 3-dr (12/2011) Worth a punt!

B-Max 1.0 EcoBoost Zetec (11/2012)Good-to-drive compact people carrier.
EcoSport Titanium 1.5 TDCi (08/2014) Compact SUV perfect for the urban jungle.
Edge Titanium 2.0 TDCi AWD Auto (12/2016) — The Blue Oval edges into the large SUV sector, and there's plenty to like about that.
Fiesta ST-2 (04/2013) — Fast feisty Fiesta leads the pack.
Fiesta ST200 (07/2016) — A rather special, high-powered, sharp-handling little tearaway!
Fiesta Zetec 5-dr 1.0 EcoBoost (07/2017) — The 'best' just got a whole lot better; still the benchmark supermini against which competitors must be judged.
Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Titanium X Auto 5-dr (05/2014) — New Powershift auto for UK's best-seller.
Fiesta Titanium 1.4 Auto (04/2010) — Better still with new auto 'box.
Fiesta Titanium 1.6 5-dr (12/2010) — Perfect car for a rally trip to Wales.
Fiesta 1.0T EcoBoost Zetec 5-dr (04/2013) — Smart new Fiesta the best supermini by far.
Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 5-dr (06/2012) The industry benchmark for downsizing.
Focus Zetec S Red Edition 1.5T EcoBoost (02/2016) — Offers keen drivers a willing new engine and agile handling without sacrificing its proven family hatchback virtues.
Focus 1.5 TDCi 150 Zetec 5-door (03/2015) — It might no longer be universally accepted as the 'top-dog' but the Focus is still the benchmark model against which others are judged.
Focus 1.6 Duratorq TDCi Zetec (03/2011) — Fifth-gen five-door hatch.
Focus 1.6 EcoBoost 5-dr (01/2011) — Masses of driving support technology.
Focus 1.6 EcoBoost Zetec S 5-dr (12/2011) — Fun to drive. Looks great.
Focus Estate 1.6 EcoBoost Titanium (07/2011) — Low-CO2 + high tech.
Focus Estate 1.6 TDCi Zetec (07/2011) — Classy family and work transport. But pricey.
Focus RS 2.3T (04/2016)Ford's 165mph 'Rally Sport' goes gunning for its rivals.

Focus RS500 (07/2010) — Very focussed up Goodwod's famous hillclimb.

Focus ST-2 (08/2012) — Great performance. A fine noise. The right kit.
Focus ST-2 (07/2012) — 154mph Sweeney star is the most powerful ST ever.
Focus ST-3 (08/2012) — Safe, secure, predictable and balanced; even on a track.
Galaxy 2.0 TDCi 180PS Titanium (06/2015) Cavernous with a capital 'C'. Delivers more bangs
for your bucks.
Galaxy 2.0 Duratorq TDCi Titanium X (05/2010)Accomplished performer.
Galaxy 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (02/2010) A higher class of 'ride'.
Grand C-Max 1.6 150PS EcoBoost Titanium (07/2011) — Easy to handle and drive.
Grand C-Max 1.6 TDCi Titanium (12/2010) — Great package. Realistic price.
Grand C-MAX 2.0 TDCi Titanium (02/2011) — Pure function.
Kuga 1.5 EcoBoost Titanium X (08/2015) Competent, comfortable and user-friendly SUV.
Kuga 2.0 TDCi Powershift Titanium X (02/2013) — Significantly improved + costs less.
Mondeo Estate Titanium 2.0 EcoBoost (12/2010) — Pukka 'exec'.
Mustang Fastback 5.0 V8 GT (04/2016) — Fans will happily live with the thirsty V8 and the high running costs and taxes to drive one of these 'right hooker' Mustangs.
Ranger Double Cab 2.2 TDCi Limited 4x4 (02/2012) — Comfort, handling + 5-star Euro NCAP.
S-Max Titanium 2.0 TDCi PowerShift Auto (05/2010) — Refined + fun to drive.
S-Max 2.0 SCTi EcoBoost (02/2010) — Seamless shifting twin-clutch autobox.

Great Wall
Steed SE (06/2015) Before our week with the Steed we worried that we were in for a rough ride but after a week behind the wheel we really were sorry to see it go back!
Steed S (07/2012) — 4WD double cab pick-up at a hard-to-walk-away-from £13,998. Tempted?

Apollo — First UK drive of the 224mph German όber-exotic that does zero to 124mph in 8.9 seconds.

Accord 2.2i-DTEC ES GT (04/2011) — Smart, sensible + good to drive.
Accord 2.2i-DTEC ES GT (03/2011) — Competent Passat/A4 alternative.
Civic e:HEV Advance (11/2022) — Good looking and so refined, this very nice to drive, built-in-Japan hybrid hatchback is a refreshing alternative to its pan-European rivals.
Civic 1.0 VTEC Turbo EX CVT (08/2021) — Convincing all-rounder that's satisfying to drive; one of the best family cars you can buy.
Civic 1.0T EX Sport Line (07/2020) — Fancy the όber-hot Type R's looks but prefer to fly under the radar? This racy-looking new Sport Line has your name on it!
Civic 1.5 VTEC Turbo Sport Plus (08/2017) — Not that long ago there was no such thing as a car that was good for, and good at, everything. Today, the Civic pulls off that tricky trick whilst also satisfying keen drivers with family duties.
Civic 1.6i-DTEC EX (12/2018) — Refreshing alternative to the usual mundane family car suspects. The sportingly presented 'Gen 10' Civic comes well-specced and with well-sorted handling.
Civic 1.6i-DTEC EX Auto (12/2018) — Engaging, family-friendly all-rounder with a sporting air.
Civic 1.6i-DTEC Sport (07/2016) — Economical, powered by a lively turbodiesel, and more than enough charisma. A justifiably good choice over a Golf or Focus.
Civic 1.8i-VTEC ES 5-dr (08/2012) Meets a multitude of motoring requirements.
Civic 1.8i-VTEC Si (03/2011) — Striking appearance + passenger comfort.
Civic 2.2i-DTEC ES (11/2011) 'Brave' looks, 67mpg + a very comfortable ride.
Civic Tourer 1.8i-VTEC SR (10/2014) A particularly appealing package and all the better for that 'H' on its grille.
Civic Type R GT 2.0 VTEC Turbo (07/21) — Let off its leash, the Type R is a 169mph riot; utterly compelling and unquestionably one of the most beguiling performance cars at any price.
Civic Type R GT (11/2018) Simpatico 169mph road-racer delivers an adrenaline hit every time out.
Civic Type R (07/2015)Billed as a 'race car for the road', the new R laps the Nordschleife in just 7 min 50.63 seconds — currently the record for a front-drive road car.
Civic 4-door 1.6 i-DTEC SR (03/2019) — More than just a sporty presence. Impressively economical and particularly satisfying to live with.
CR-V 2.0i-MMD AWD Hybrid EX e-CVT (05/2022) — The easy way to kick the 'Dirty Di' habit. Practical and spacious SUV with a self-charging drivetrain that guarantees no 'range anxiety'.
CR-V 1.5T VTEC EX AWD CVT (11/2019) — World's best-selling SUV. New fifth-generation is even nicer to drive, decidedly plusher and big enough to offer seven-seat option.
CR-V Hybrid EX AWD CVT (02/2019) — Likeably compelling reason to join the hybridistas.
CR-V 1.5T VTEC SR 7-seat AWD CVT (03/2019) — Tackles the school run then at the weekend treks to out-of-the-way locations for some active lifestyle action. Classier than your average SUV.
CR-V EX 1.6i-DTEC 160PS Auto AWD (08/2016) — Versatile load-lugger with oodles of room for adults. A fine place to be whether you're at the helm or just along for the ride.
CR-V 1.6i-DTEC SE 2WD (11/2014) Not hard to see why it's the world's most popular SUV. A very easy car to say 'Hai' to!
CR-V 2.0i-VTEC EX 4WD (07/2013)This new 4th-generation CR-V will serve you right!
CR-V 2.2i-DTEC EX Auto (02/2013) — Diesel-power still mainstay of new 4th-gen CR-V range.
CR-V 2.2i-DTEC EX Auto (10/2012) — A pleasure to drive. A 'sure thing' purchase.
CR-Z GT-T (03/2014) — Stylish, sleek, sporty and sensible hybrid.
CR-Z 1.5 Sport (04/2013) — The only hybrid sports car. For the moment.
CR-Z 1.5 IMA GT 3-dr Coupe (08/2010) — Entertaining mainstream hybrid.
CR-Z 1.5 IMA GT 3-dr Coupe (06/2010)World's first sporty hybrid.
e Advance (09/2022) — Honda's first all-electric car is a real cracker with bravura looks and uber-cool cabin. Better still, it's also a real joy to drive.
HR-V 1.5 i-MMD Advance e-CVT (05/2022) — Good looking and so refined… this latest generation hybrid HR-V is a little gem. Self-charging, petrol-electrics like these are the way to go.
HR-V 1.5 Turbo Sport (07/2019) — Convincing as family transport as it for those who rate an active lifestyle. You can hustle in an HR-V!
HR-V 1.5i-VTEC EX CVT (11/2019) — Uber-versatile, very well equipped, thoroughly well-made, goes easy on the fuel and is well-priced. Turning Japanese? I think I'll join you.
HR-V 1.6i-DTEC EX (09/2016) — It's got kerb appeal, 60mpg real-life economy, and multiple people and load-carrying solutions. Plus it's very agreeable to drive.
Insight 1.3 HS IMA Hybrid CVT (05/2014) — A consistent 55+mpg + £20K price makes for a gentle and undemanding entry into hybrid motoring.
Jazz EX Style 1.5 i-MMD Hybrid e-CVT (08/2022) — Need a supermini that's as laid-back as it is practical and as relaxing to drive and as it is economical? Get a Jazz!
Jazz EX Hybrid (05/2021) — Love space; love my Jazz! Masterful people and cargo packaging. A breeze to drive plus a real-world 64mpg.
Jazz Crosstar EX Hybrid (10/2020) — Scores with easy driveability, roomy interior, class-leading load space, and miserly fuel consumption.
Jazz EX CVT (09/2020) — Canny motorists who appreciate a bit of alright when they see it will love the genuine 64+mpg; their passengers will love the space.
Jazz 1.3i-VTEC SE Navi CVT (10/2019) — There's nothing else quite like it. Along with a brilliantly versatile and spacious cabin it's also a satisfying and easy driver.
Jazz 1.5i-VTEC Sport Navi (08/2018) — Honda's jazzy supermini offers uber-versatile interior packaging and wallet-friendly running costs.
Jazz 1.3i-VTEC SE Navi (03/2016)Space and versatility all cleverly packaged in a well-equipped, smart-looking bodyshell. And agreeably easy to live with.
Jazz 1.3i-VTEC IMA HS Hybrid CVT 5-dr (01/2013) — Plays a good tune.
Jazz 1.3i-VTEC HE Hybrid CVT (02/2011) — Supermini-sized petrol-hybrid.
Jazz 1.4i-VTEC EXL 5-dr (11/2014) — Even after just a week with the car it was easy to understand the customer loyalty the Jazz generates.

i10 1.0 Blue (02/2011) — The cheapest five-seater with sub-100g/km CO2.
i20 1.2 Comfort 3-dr (05/2011) — 50+mpg supermini-sized hatchback fits the bill.
i30 Estate 1.6 CRDi Comfort (08/2011) — Total peace of mind motoring.
i40 1.7 CRDi Tourer Style BlueDrive (08/2011) — Hard to better.
ix20 1.4 Active (10/2010) Value for money + versatile accommodation.
ix20 1.4 CRDi Classic (10/2010) Hard to resist.
ix35 1.7 CRDi SE Nav (01/2014) Very easy to live with. Hard to fault for the money.
ix35 2.0 CRDi 4WD Premium (01/2013) More people than ever are buying the ix35. Why?
ix35 2.0 CRDi 2WD Premium (12/2010) — Affable jack-of-all-trades.
ix35 2.0 CRDi 2WD Style (02/2010) — Smart, value-for-money crossover.
ix35 2.0 CRDi 4WD Premium (06/2010)Easy on the pocket and the eye.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium 4WD 7-seat (04/2013) — Practical, comfortable family-cum-workhorse transport.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium 4WD 7-seat Auto (11/2012)New-for-2012 model aims up market.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium 7-seat Auto (03/2010) — A Great Deal.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Style 7-seat Auto (04/2012) — Sensible, roomy, well equipped multi-seat 4x4.
Tucson Premium SE 2.0 CRDi 4WD (04/2016) — A mid-size SUV? Then the handsome, comfortably riding and good-to-drive Tucson should be on your list.
Veloster 1.6 GDi (04/2012) — Competitively priced and roomy 2+2 coupe.
Veloster 1.6 T-GDI Turbo SE (11/2012) — Turboed Veloster goes some of the way towards becoming a true sports car.
Veloster 1.6 T-GDI Turbo SE (09/2012) — Now with the power to match its ready-to-rumble looks.

FX Vettel Edition (12/2012)414bhp makes this Sebastian Vettel-flavoured Infiniti the most powerful Infiniti ever made.
M30d S Premium (03/2011) — Will appeal to celebrities, VIPs, etc.
M35h GT Premium (10/2012) — The world's fastest accelerating hybrid saloon.
M37S Premium (04/2011) — Big, swanky, and will spoil you rotten.
Q30 1.5D Premium Tech (02/2016) — Stylish, well-equipped and fuel-frugal alternative to the already established German premium brand models in its sector.
Q50 2.2D Auto Premium (08/2014) — Rarity and an alternative to prestige German marques from Nissan's premium label.

D-Max V-Cross 4x4 Double Cab Auto (12/2021) — All-purpose, family-friendly, 4x4 pick-up that's well priced, kit-rich (especially safety-wise), and drives convincingly on road and off.
D-Max XTR Nav+ Double Cab Auto (06/2020) — Comes locked-and-loaded for all landscapes, from urban jungles to the Indiana Jones variety.
D-Max Blade Double Cab Auto (10/2020) — What you see is what you get: urban-jungle-proofed, versatile, all-terrain lifestyle machine. Yee-Haa!
D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 Double Cab (06/2018) — Comfortable everyday transport for five with humongous road presence and Armageddon-surviving off-road abilities.
D-Max 1.9 4x4 Utah Double Cab (07/2017) — Tough-but-tame pick-up. Nice to drive with all-new 1.9-litre turbodiesel.
D-Max Blade Double Cab 2.5 Auto 4x4 (04/2017) — Enjoyable to drive, the D-Max Blade is one Big Friendly Giant of a pick-up!
D-Max Utah Vision Double Cab 2.5 Auto 4x4 (06/2015) — Off-road capable workhorse, the D-Max also makes a competent recreational vehicle that doubles as a practical family car.

F-Type S Coupe V6 Supercharged (10/2014)Engaging and thrilling to drive, the F-Type Coupe is one of Jaguar's most capable and sporting road-warriors.
F-Type Roadster 3.0 V6 (12/2013) — A future icon like its E-Type predecessor?
XE Portfolio 25d AWD (03/2018) — Effortlessly blends comfort and grace with a 'big cat growl' and engaging dynamics.
XF 2.0d 180hp R-Sport Auto (08/2015) — Fine new Jaguar engine and great kerb-appeal.
XF 2.2 Diesel Premium Luxury (10/2011) — No pain, only gain, from the stylish 2.2-litre XF.
XF 3.0 Diesel S Portfolio (02/2011) — Serenely hard-charging Brit.
XF Sportbrake 2.2 Diesel Portfolio (09/2013) — Just get in and drive. Anywhere.
XJ 3.0 Diesel Portfolio (11/2011) — Superbly comfortable and dynamically invigorating.
XJ 3.0 Diesel Portfolio (07/2010) — Classy motoring.
XKR Convertible Supercharged (06/2011) — Bona fide driving joy.

Cherokee 2.0 Limited 4x4 Auto (04/2014) Jeep continues its long-standing sports utility 'go-anywhere, do-anything' policy.
Compass 2.2 CRD Limited 4x4 (04/2011) — Tough not gruff compact 4WD SUV.
Grand Cherokee 3.0 CRD V6 Overland (01/2012) — O lucky man!
Grand Cherokee Overland (07/2011) — The 4x4 legend returns! Better than ever.
Grand Cherokee 3.0 CRD (04/2011) — Off-road an easy match for the Range Rover.
Wrangler 2.8 70th Anniversary (11/2011) — Civilised all-American hardcore 4x4.
Wrangler 70th Anniversary 2-dr (08/2011) Memorable or memorabilia?

Ceed 1.5 T-GDi '3' (07/2022) Drive this Kia for a week and you might surprise yourself by choosing it over a Volkswagen Golf!
Ceed 1.6 T-GDi GT (08/2019) — For thousands less than a Golf GTi, Kia's sassy Ceed GT offers you space, pace and a healthy dose of driving entertainment.
Ceed 1.4 T-GDi First Edition (11/2018) — All-new Ceed. Entertaining to drive, very competent family hatchback.
cee'd GT 1.6 T-GDi (04/2018) — Quick and entertaining as well as practical for real-world family duties.
cee'd '4' 1.6 CRDi 7-DCT Auto (01/2017) Good to drive, comfortable, as practical as it is roomy, and goes easy on the fuel. Mr Kia makes exceedingly good hatchbacks!
Ceed Sportswagon 1.6 CRDi '2' (05/2019) — With a growing family or shamelessly lifestyle needs, the smart-looking Sportswagon will serve you right!
cee'd Sportswagon 1.6 CRDi 7-DCT GT-Line (01/2016) — Sportswagon estate makes a convincing alternative to the best in class; choose the GT-Line spec and you get pizzazz to go!
cee'd Sportswagon '1' 1.4 CRDi ISG (03/2013) — Welcome for my drive any day of the week!
cee'd Sportswagon '2' 1.6 CRDi EcoDynamics (12/2010) — Ideal, economical family estate.
Carens 1.7 CRDi '4' Eco (04/2017) — Versatile people/cargo carrying abilities, nice-to-drive character, contemporary good looks and a comfortable cabin — the latest Carens has real appeal.
Carens 1.7 CRDi '2' ISG (06/2013) — A rock-solid buy.
Carens 1.7 CRDi '3' Sat Nav (02/2014) — Smart-looking, well-priced, and very well fitted-out.
e-Niro 64kWh First Edition (08/2019) — Convincing real-world zero-emissions EV for real-life use by real-world motorists.
Niro 1.6 GDi HEV '3' DCT(02/2022) — Easy-to-live-with, easy-to-drive and very convincing all-rounder that, for many owners, will be the cat's pyjamas!
Niro PHEV '3' 1.6 GDi DCT (07/2020) — Kia's likeable and good-to-drive plug-in is an enjoyable way to trade-in the past for the future.
Niro 1.6 GDi HEV '4' DCT (03/2020) — Satisfying hybrid crossover to own and drive. Beats petrol-drinking cars hands-down for fuel economy.
Niro 1.6 GDi PHEV 6DCT (10/2017) — This plug-in crossover does a smart job of blending frugality with fashion; it also ticks enough of the right boxes to earn itself a high place on anybody's plug-in hybrid shortlist.
Niro 1.6 GDi DCT First Edition (10/2016) — Big on interior space and big on kit, the versatile petrol-electric hybrid Niro makes an appealing alternative to oil-burning crossovers.
Optima 1.6 CRDi '2' (11/2018) — Rejuvenated with a new 1.6 turbodiesel, the Optima is a well-dressed, όber-spacious and economical big saloon with an appealing not-so-big price.
Optima 1.7 CRDi '4' DCT7 ISG (03/2016) — Distinctive-looking Optima is a polished 'all-rounder' and inside you'll find the reason a significant number of drivers still prefer big saloon cars space.
Optima 1.7 CRDi '2' Tech ISG (03/2012) — Well, Kia, here's another nice car you've gotten me into!
Optima 1.7 CRDi '2' Tech (01/2012) Classy flagship saloon offering real value for money.
Optima 2.0 GDi PHEV Auto (07/2017) — Easy to live with, easy to drive plug-in. Definitely Optima Prime!
Optima Sportswagon 1.6 CRDi GT-Line S (01/2019) — Hugely accommodating, easy to drive and 55+mpg. Impresses more than some more expensive rivals.
Optima Sportswagon '3' 1.7 CRDi (06/2017) — Handsome, comprehensively-specced, spacious and comfortable, it's one for the head as well as the heart!
Optima Sportswagon GT-Line S 1.7 CRDi Auto (01/2017) — Fine-looking estate that sends badge snobbery packing. Highly-specced, comfortable and roomy, and at a price that's very nice.
Picanto 1.0 T-GDi GT-Line (02/2020) — For city pootling and commuting the Picanto is the perfect choice. The real surprise is that it's also great fun to fling around whenever you're in the mood!
Picanto X-Line 1.25 MPi (02/2018) — Roses are red, violets are blue; the Picanto's a city car, that's at home in the country too.
Picanto 1.25 '4' EcoDynamics 5-dr (12/2014) — Never makes you feel as though you're driving a 'small' car. With its seven-year warranty there's no doubt that the Picanto is a 'best buy'.
Picanto 1.25 '3' 5-dr (02/2012) — Smart. Great value. And most definitely a 'sure thing'.
Picanto 1.25 EcoDynamics '2' 5-dr (05/2011) — Small car with a 'grown up' feel.
ProCeed GT-Line 1.6 CRDi (08/2019) — Offers something that's aesthetically different but without any penalties in the practicality department.
pro_cee'd '4' 1.6 CRDi (05/2012) — Three doors better than five.
pro_cee'd GT 1.6 T-GDi (01/2016) — With a 201bhp turbocharged petrol engine calling the shots, Kia's GT is as entertaining to drive as it is dramatic to look at. Enjoy!
pro_cee'd GT 1.6 T-GDi (01/2014) — Has 'buy me' written all over its sleek body. As the
Borg would say: 'Resistance is futile'.
pro_cee'd GT-Line 1.0 T-GDI (08/2016) — Powered by a willing new three-cylinder engine, it offers most of the plus points of the full-blown 143mph GT. Perfect if you want to boldly go!
pro cee'd GT Tech (11/2013) — Sporty game-changer for the Kia brand.
Rio 1.0 T-GDi '2' DCT (02/2022) — Practical, easy to drive and pleasant to live with, Kia's latest Rio is that rarity, a sure thing that will serve you right!
Rio 1.4 MPi '2' (09/2019) — Easy to dive into and drive with room for your friends, kids or dogs plus it's well kitted-out and won't break the bank.
Rio First Edition 1.0 T-GDi Eco (04/2017) — Fluent to drive, easy to live with and does the 'supermini' job very nicely.
Rio 5-dr '2' 1.1 CRDi EcoDynamics (03/2012) — Smart styling, interior space and 55+mpg.
Rio 5-dr '2' 1.4 (12/2011) — Big-car feel, refined air and classy style for not a lot of money.
Rio '2' 1.5 CRDi (08/2011)Good deal that's hard to pass up.
Sedona 2.2 CRDi '3' Auto (01/2010) — Kia goes from strength to strength.
Sorento '3' 2.2 CRDi DCT8 AWD (05/2021) — Rack up high mileages, tow, got an active family? Kia's smooth-driving, fuel-efficient turbodiesel Sorento could be your new best friend.
Sorento '2' 1.6 T-GDi HEV AWD (02/2021) — Smooth and easy to drive self-charging hybrid with enormous seating arena for 7 plus superb cargo flexibility.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi GT-Line S 4WD (05/2018) — Persuasive, comfortable and spacious seven-seater SUV with all the bells and whistles.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-2 AWD (01/2018) — Genuinely comfortable, genuine seven-seater SUV. Easy to drive, it even goes easy on the fuel.
Sorento 2.2 CRDI KX-3 (12/2015) — Serves up gentrified saloon-like travel for seven in its smart and roomy SUV cabin but is equally adept at workhorse duties such as towing.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-2 SatNav AWD (02/2014) — Seats seven. All-wheel drive. Comfortable. Loaded with kit. Nice to drive. And the price is right.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-3 7-seat 4WD Auto (09/2010) — Urbanised + family-friendly.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-3 7-seat 4WD Auto (04/2010) — Now with 7 seats.
Sorento 2.5 CRDi XS Auto (01/2010) — Easy-driving. Very big on spec and space.
Soul EV First Edition (08/2020) — All-new pure-electric Soul delivers smooth emissions-free motoring for 280 miles on a single charge. Enjoy!
Soul EV Auto (08/2016) — Beautifully-executed, uber-smooth-driving, electric five-seater crossover works in the boondocks as well as in the city!
Soul Sport 1.6 T-GDi 7-DCT (03/2017) — A distinctive 'cube' of individuality with 201bhp. A real hoot to drive.
Soul 1.6 CRDi Connect Plus (12/2014) — Really does make you feel you're being well looked after whether you're behind the wheel or behind the driver.
Soul Hunter 1.6 GDI (03/2012) — California-esque looks. Fun to own and drive.
Soul Searcher 1.6 CRDi (09/2011) — A 'bod' made for fun!
Sportage GT-Line 1.6 T-GDi DCT AWD (09/2021) — Stylish all-rounder that's comfy, accommodating, and a can-do family-friendly SUV.
Sportage 1.6 GDI '2' (11/2018) — Epitomises family-friendly SUV motoring. Nice to drive.
Sportage 1.7 CRDi '3' (02/2018) — Outsells the Audi Q3, BMW X1, Range Rover Evoque and Ford Kuga. And that's not just down to the price.
Sportage 1.6 GDi (03/2011) — Unleaded drinker for crossover fans.
Sportage 1.6 T-GDi GT-Line (03/2016) — All-new fourth-gen model. Book a test drive now!
Sportage 1.7 CRDi '3' SatNav (09/2011) — Has 'want one' written all over it.
Sportage 1.7 CRDi '3' SatNav (02/2011) — The right product at the right time.
Sportage GT-Line S 2.0 CRDi 48V AWD (03/2019) — Kia's best-selling UK model now comes as a 48-volt mild-hybrid. Refined, roomy and relaxing all-rounder that's brilliant for families.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 Auto AWD (01/2015) — Ticks all the boxes: premium styling; maxed-out kit; comfort; and driving satisfaction.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 (10/2012) — Super-specced AWD KX-4 is easy to live with and satisfying to drive.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi First Edition AWD (08/2010) — Designed by the original TT's designer.
Stinger 2.0 T-GDi GT-Line (08/2018) — Roomy and comfortable in the true gran turismo tradition. An alluring GT you'll love to drive.
Stinger 3.3 T-GDi GT S (03/2018) — £41K well spent! Engaging-to-drive 168mph grand tourer.
Stonic GT-Line S 1.0 T-GDi 48v DCT7 (09/2021) — Likeable, smart-looker, and a cinch to drive. 50+mpg and the best features of an SUV but without the bulk.
Stonic 1.6 CRDi '3' (07/2019) — Satisfying Stonic is yet another in an increasingly long line of desirable, good to drive yet very affordable Kias.
Stonic 1.0 T-GDi 2 Eco (12/2017) — Compact SUV with plenty of 'thumbs up' appeal. Another sales hit in the making for Kia.
Venga SR7 1.4 ISG (07/2016) — Easy to live with five-seater supermini offers the lot: space, economy and a peace-of-mind seven-year warranty.
Venga SR7 1.4 Eco (11/2015) — Perfect for its multifunctional practical family motoring role.
Venga '2' 1.4 (03/2010) — Compact on the outside; big on the inside.
Venga '3' 1.4 CRDi (08/2010) — Downsizing? No problem!
Venga '3' 1.6 CRDi SatNav Eco (12/2014) Appealing, very easy-to-live-with small car that's genuinely economical in the real-world.
Venga '3' 1.6 CRDi (03/2013) — Family-sized space and practicality with comfort for all + real-world 50mpg economy.
XCeed '3' 1.6 CRDi 48v iMT (06/2021) — Why settle for the boring squared-off looks of the average SUV when you can have a stylish alternative?
XCeed 1.6 GDi PHEV '3' DCT (08/2020) Plug-in XCeed perfect for those who don't want to jump straight into a full-electric car. XCeeds expectations!
XCeed 1.4 T-GDi First Edition DCT7 (03/2020) — The Korean brand's latest CUTEY (crossover-utility). You'll buy it for its looks — but there's much more to it than that.

CC8S — 240mph Koenigsegg unleashed in the Scottish Highlands.

Land Rover
Defender 90 Adventure Limited Edition (08/2015) — Last of an iconic breed. Legendary off-road ability.
Discovery 4 3.0 SDV6 HSE (01/2012) There's no better heavyweight go-anywhere 4x4.
Discovery 4 3.0 SDV6 HSE (07/2011) — 100% home-grown talent. Brit Rules!
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE Lux (09/2013) — Give it a mission, and it's 'mission accomplished'!
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE Lux (01/2013) — Tougher, plusher and altogether more desirable.
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE (03/2011) — New 2.2 diesel power + cabin makeover.
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE (02/2011) — Anywhere, anytime, any weather driveability.

Land Rover Range Rover
e Hybrid (02/2012) Luxury diesel-electric off-roader.
3.0 TDV6 Autobiography (01/2013) — The most all-round capable car in the world.
3.6 TDV8 Autobiography (02/2010) — Expensive. But you get the absolute lot.
4.4 TDV8 Autobiography (03/2011) — Most capable + luxurious SUV on the planet.
Hybrid Autobiography 3.0 SDV6 HEV (12/2013) — Must-have, efficient hybrid technology.
Evoque TD4 Landmark Edition AWD (03/2018) — By far the smartest of the smaller SUV-set.
Evoque SD4 Prestige (12/2012)Amazingly feel-good: you never want to get out!
Evoque SD4 Dynamic 4WD (10/2011) — New 'baby' Range Rover a big hit.
Sport 3.0 SDV6 Autobiography Dynamic (09/2014) The ultimate Sports Utility Vehicle. Game, set and match to Range Rover.
Sport 3.0 SDV6 Autobiography Dynamic (07/2013) — Try it and you will buy it.
Sport HSE 3.0 TDV6 (07/2011) — The Sport is The Player!

CT 200h Advance (03/2014) — Exclusivity of ownership value.
CT 200h SE-L (07/2011) — Forget electric. Go hybrid Lexus.
CT 200h SE-L E-CVT (03/2011) — First full hybrid small luxury car.
GS 250 Luxury (08/2012) — Now petrol-powered and £12K cheaper than the hybrid GS.
IS 250 F-Sport Automatic (11/2010) — Beautifully made. A hidden gem.
IS-F (04/2011) — Enough tyre-shredding potential to satisfy The Stig.
IS 300h Premier (08/2013) — IS hybrid really any better than diesel?
NX 300h Luxury (01/2015)Lexus's new compact SUV comes with front- or all-wheel drive and prices from £30K to £42K.
RC 200t F-Sport 2+2 Coupe (05/2016) Classy sports coupe with stunning kerb-appeal.
RC F (10/2015) Fast road or track use. Effortless high-speed cruising. V8 soundtrack.
RX 450h Luxury (04/2016) Great road presence and these new RXs are faster, more efficient, and more luxurious with a smoother hybrid powertrain - but you'll pay at the pumps.
RX 450h Premier (01/2013) — A worthy alternative to prestige models from Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar, Range Rover?

GranCabrio (05/2010)Thank goodness cars like this still exist.

Mazda2 1.5 90PS Sport Nav+ (09/2018) — If this fun-to-drive sassy supermini is not already on your radar, it should be!
Mazda3 2.0 120PS Sport Nav (03/2014) — All-new '3' really does stand out.
Mazda3 MPS (07/2011) — Fast! Ichiban nakano ii tomodachi (your Number One friend).
Mazda5 1.6 Diesel TS2 (02/2011) — 'Flowing waves' down the sides of the body?!
Mazda5 2.0 Sport (11/2010) — Best mid-size Multi-Function Vehicle?
Mazda5 2.0 TS2 (09/2011) — Smart, comfy and versatile. And doesn't penalise keen drivers.
Mazda6 2.2D Tourer Sport Nav (04/2014) — Strong family appeal along with the ability to keep keen drivers smiling.
Mazda6 2.2D SE-L (02/2013) — Mazda's sexy new 'six' is the class leader.
Mazda6 2.2D Estate TS2 (06/2011) — Packs in a lot. Comes well-packed with kit.
CX-5 2.2D SE-L Nav Auto (04/2013) — Classy enough to give all its rivals more competition than they'll want.
CX-7 2.2 Diesel (04/2010) Dare to be different!
CX-7 Sport Tech 4x4 (02/2010) — CX-7 gets new turbodiesel engine.
MX-5 Roadster Coupe 1.8i SE (10/2011) — Engaging driver's sports car for all wallets.
MX-5 Roadster Coupe 2.0i Sport Tech Nav (06/2014)Grin-generating blacktop motoring every time you fire up the engine.
MX-5 Roadster Coupe 2.0i Sport Tech (06/2010) — Pleasantly addictive.

GT (01/2022) — The 203mph GT is probably the most chilled and relaxed supercar there is — the sort of car you could happily contemplate using regularly and over long distances.
570GT (10/2016) — Customers for McLaren's 204mph two-seater GT get their high-performance fix enhanced by greater usability with more interior and luggage space packaged in McLaren's unique exterior body styling.
570S (12/2016) — At the risk of stating the bleedin' obvious, this is a fast car: 0-62mph takes 3.2 seconds; 124mph arrives in just 9.5 seconds; and flat-out it'll pull 204mph.
720S Spider (09/2019) — The 720S Spider has it all: sensational performance, suitability for the track, open-roof fun, usability and luxury.

A 250 BlueEfficiency AMG Sport (02/2013) — New A-Class Mercedes-Benz rates a triple 'A'.
B 180 CDI BlueEfficiency Sport (06/2012) Ideal for premium compact family car buyers.
CL 500 BlueEfficiency (09/2010) 435bhp makes it more of a driver's car.
E 200 CGI BlueEfficiency SE Estate (07/2010) — Affordable running costs.
E 200 BlueEfficiency CDI SE (02/2010) Praised by the press.

MG3 Form Sport 5-dr (03/2014) — Affordable. Stylish. Fun to drive.
MG6 Magnette 1.8 TSE (07/2011) — Back from the dead. An MG, but not as we know it!

Clubman Cooper SD ALL4 (08/2016) — The mini-estate's combination of a powerful and refined turbodiesel, paddle-shifting autobox and four-wheel drive puts the 'fun' firmly into function.
Clubman Cooper 1.5 (03/2016)New Clubman proves that bigger is definitely better.
Cooper S (06/2014) — Completely new from the ground up third-generation model.
Convertible Cooper S (02/2010) — Better and better.
Countryman Cooper S ALL4 (01/2011) — For MINI owners growing a family.
Countryman Cooper S ALL4 (09/2010) — 2 or 4WD. You choose.
Countryman Cooper SD ALL4 (04/2011) — Most performance-oriented diesel MINI.
Countryman John Cooper Works ALL4 (03/2013) — Grips and goes. Fast.
Coupe Cooper SD (09/2011) — Most satisfyingly sporty model in the range.
Coupe John Cooper Works (10/2011)MINI overkill?
One Convertible (06/2010) — Happy topless MINI motoring.
Paceman Cooper S (01/2014) — Floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee!
Paceman Cooper SD ALL4 (06/2013) — Fairest MINI of them all?
Roadster Cooper S (04/2012) — Classic Brit two-seater. Kart-like handling.

ASX Exceed 4WD Auto (03/2020) — Smart-looking, agile-handling ASX offers that sought-after 'commanding' driving position.
ASX ZC-H 2.2 Diesel 4WD Auto (05/2016) — Looking for an all-weather compact crossover?
The recently-revised Mitsubishi ASX should definitely be in your sights!
ASX ZC-H 2.2 Diesel 4WD Auto (09/2015) — Really satisfying to drive. Provides dependable security in treacherous weather and the ability to keep moving when hardly anything else is.
ASX 3 1.6 2WD (05/2013) Smart and strong on real-life functionality.
ASX 3 1.8 Diesel (09/2010) Competitively-priced, family-sized, SUV-styled crossover.
ASX 3 1.8 Diesel (08/2010) Mitsu's player in the expanding crossover market.
ASX 4 Black 1.8 DI-D 2WD (02/2012) 50+mpg. A compact crossover with a conscience!
ASX 4 Black 1.8 DI-D 2WD (01/2012) Close to 60mpg most of the time.
ASX 4 2.2 Diesel 4WD Auto (03/2014) — Prices down + specs up. Good to drive and 50mpg.
Colt 1.3 Juro 5-dr (11/2011) Fun, frugal and fully specced.
Eclipse Cross Petrol Auto 4WD (05/2018) — Convincing crossover. Decidedly distinct; exactly what buyers want in this samey, me-too market sector.
Evo X FQ-330 GSR SST (11/2012) — Riotously, impolitely fast. Twin-clutch sport shift transmission adds eXtra appeal.
Evo X FQ-360 GSR (05/2010) Hardcore entertainment.
i-MiEV (09/2012) — Fun to drive. A wake-up call for drivers who think Electric Vehicles are boring.
L200 Barbarian X Double Cab Auto (06/2020) — As much in your face as Dirty Harry's ·44 Magnum.
L200 Warrior Double Cab 2.4 Auto (09/2015) — Anybody can leap in and drive Mitsubishi's latest pick-up — ask your Grandmother!
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Auto (03/2014) — Lifestyle pick-up. Gets you there against all the odds.
L200 Double Cab Challenger 2.5 DI-D 4WD (02/2015) — Ideal for hefting 'boys toys' and the perfect accompaniment for the go-anywhere family.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Black Auto (09/2012)Bare-knuckle confidence and ability to rough it out wherever you take it.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Auto (01/2011) — The Bruce Willis of pick-ups.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Auto (06/2010) — Tougher than Genghis Khan.
L200 Club Cab 4Life 2.4 DI-D AWD (09/2016) — While most pick-ups used for dual-role lifestyle duties are usually top-of-the-range Double Cab models, the less costly Club Cab represents a good deal that really can cut it as 'wheels' for an active family.
Lancer 2.0 DI-D Juro 5-dr (04/2011) High level of spec at a budget price.
Lancer 2.0 DI-D Juro 5-dr (03/2011) — You don't have to drive dainty to see 45+mpg.
Mirage Juro 1.2 CVT (11/2016) — There's a lot of 'big' in this 'small' car from Mitsubishi.
Mirage 3 1.2 CVT (07/2013)The Mirage's mission statement is to keep things comfy and economical. Mission accomplished.
Mirage 3 1.2 (03/2013) — Now that's good!
Outlander PHEV 4hs (10/2018) — The best-known plug-in. Surefooted all-wheel drive handling and polished driveability.

Outlander PHEV GX5h (07/2015)They say there's no such thing as a free lunch but thanks to Mitsubishi there is now such a thing as a 'free' drive.

Outlander PHEV GX4hs (10/2014) — Marries electricity and petrol to end range anxiety forever!
Outlander PHEV GX4h (04/2014) — Plug-in hybrid that's also a proper 4x4 SUV.
Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX4 Auto (06/2016) — A comfortable mile-eater with confident all-weather handling, the turbodiesel Outlander is a pleasure to ride in and to drive.
Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX5 (06/2013) — The best of both worlds for just £33,999.
Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX3 (02/2011) — Go-anywhere SUV.
Outlander 2.2 DI-D Juro SST (09/2010) — Outlander it's called; and that says it all.
Shogun Sport 4 Auto 4WD (12/2020) — Seats seven, faces down floods and blizzards, and keeps calm and carries on far from the beaten track.
Shogun Sport 4 Auto 4WD (11/2018) — Apocalyptic weather, heavy-duty hauling or multiple-passengering, Mitsubishi's new 7-seater off-road flagship won't let you down.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG4 Auto (08/2015) — 'Go anywhere, do anything' 7-seater Shogun will fit your whole family. It's fun to drive and for the money it's hard to think of anything that does it better.
Shogun SWB 3.2 DI-DC SG2 Commercial Auto (03/2015) — Go-anywhere solution for compact 4WD crossover fans.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Elegance Auto (08/2010) — Wins on price and capability.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Elegance Auto (07/2010) — Bulletproof.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG3 Auto (12/2011) — Big, bold — and very likeable — bruiser.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG4 (04/2013) — So much more than just an off-road warrior.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG4 Auto (01/2012) — Rugged, roomy and reliable 4x4.

370Z Coupe GT_(06/2018) — Beguilingly rapid. Alternatives are thin on the ground and cost £10K to £17K more.
370Z Nismo (03/2014) — Do Nissan fans finally have something to shout about in the UK?
370Z Roadster GT Pack+SatNav (03/2010) — 'Z' cars are back!
Cube LDN 1.6 (05/2010) Be Cool! Get yourself YouCubed.
e-NV200 Combi Plus Evalia (07/2018) — No other EV offers the same 7-seat mix of interior space and loadability.
Juke Hybrid N-Connecta (09/2022) — A self-charging hybrid to soothe your green conscience, plus five seats, a large loadbay, easy-peasy driveability, and 55mpg.
Juke Tekna 1.0 DIG-T 117 DCT (10/2021) — With its comfortable ride, nifty handling, swish cabin, and practical boot, the very likeable and good-to-drive Juke is hard to beat.
Juke Tekna+ 1.0 DIG-T 117hp Auto (02/2020) — New generation Juke is here and it's still setting the pace.
Juke 1.5 dCi n-tec 2WD (03/2014) — Easy to drive with lookalike SUV status at low prices.
Juke 1.6 Tekna DIG-T (01/2011) — The alternative super-mini hatch.
Juke 1.6 Tekna DIG-T 2WD (08/2011) — Unashamedly youthful, funky and chunky.
Juke Nismo RS DIG-T (04/2018) — Oodles of pizzazz for not a lot of money. It's also comfortable and dual-purpose practical.
Juke Nismo (05/2013) — Healthy dose of performance for a reasonable outlay.
Juke-R (05/2012) — Ferrari-baiting Nissan: the joker in the supercar pack?
Leaf N-Connecta 40kWh (05/2019) — Affordable, likeable, and provides family space and comfort along with a trustworthy and practical battery range.
Leaf (06/2011) — Is electric power really the most practical solution?
Micra N-Sport 1.0 DIG-T 117PS (04/2019) — Stylish N-Sport ticks a lot of boxes. Smile-inducing driving.
Micra Tekna IG-T100 CVT (11/2019) — This latest Micra demands serious consideration.
Micra Tekna 0.9 IG-T 90 (01/2018) — Nissan's cool 'I want one' all-new supermini-sized five-door hatch is the best Micra ever!
Micra 1.2 DIG-S Acenta (10/2011) — Small city-car that packs a punch.
Micra 1.2 Acenta (02/2011) — There's a touch of 'Henry Ford' about the latest Micra.
NV200 Combi 1.5dCi SE 7-seat (07/2012) Just about the cheapest way to transport 7 people.
NV200 Combi 1.5dCi SE (03/2010) — Could be just the ideal choice for active families.
Note 1.5 dCi Acenta (10/2013) — Supermini-cum-Compact MPV with loads of room.
Qashqai Tekna+ 158PS Xtronic Auto (09/2021) — New 'improved recipe' Qashqai already back in the top slot as the UK's best-selling crossover.
Qashqai Tekna 1.3 GID-T 160 DCT (05/2019) — New petrol engines boost the appeal of what has for many years been Britain's best-loved family chariot.
Qashqai Pilot One Edition dCi 130 (06/2018) — One of the best crossovers on the market. Now with 'self-driving' ProPilot.
Qashqai Tekna+ 1.5 dCi 110 (10/2017) — A perfect fit with most drivers' motoring needs, the latest Qashqai is a serious do-it-all family car.
Qashqai Tekna 1.6 DIG-T (08/2016) — A good all-rounder, it does most things well enough to justify its long reign as leader of the crossover pack.
Qashqai 1.2 DIG-T Acenta Premium (01/2014) — Good enough to replace the Golf?
Qashqai 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium (06/2014) — Easy to drive family car with affordable running costs.
Qashqai 1.5 dCi N-tec (03/2010) — For? Almost everything.
Qashqai 1.6 dCi N-Tec+ (07/2012) — Nissan's best-seller gets efficient new diesel power.
Qashqai 2.0 dCi Tekna (11/2010) — Easy to live with and easy to load with all the family's 'stuff'.
X-Trail Tekna dCi 177 4WD Xtronic (12/2017) — Pleasant to drive, family-friendly SUV with room for seven — and it can rumble in the jungle.

Zonda C12S — Unleashed on the road!

107 1.0 Allure 5-dr (04/2012) — Happy in and out of town, cheeky charm + 50mpg.
108 GT Line 1.2 PureTech 5-dr (11/2016) — Well-groomed, cleverly packaged premium city car powered by an eager 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine that will inject fun into your driving.
108 Feline 1.2 PureTech 5-dr (07/2015) — Comfortable, stylish, well-equipped urban runabout that's confident and competent outside the city walls.
108 Top! Allure 1.2 PureTech 3-dr (12/2014)Civilised, characterful, well-sorted all-rounder.
207 5-dr OXYGO+ 1.6 HDi 92 (04/2012) — Breezes along all types of roads and returns 60mpg.
208 1.4 HDi 70 Active 3-dr (11/2012) — Good-for-the-planet green. And fun to drive.
208 1.4 VTi Active (04/2012) — More desirable 208 has more engines, more economy, more space.
208 1.6 e-HDi 92 Allure 5-dr (03/2013) — Should it be on your supermini shortlist? Absolutely.
208 GT Line 1.6 BlueHDi 100 5-dr (02/2017) — Stretches a gallon of fuel a long way while reminding you that driving is actually meant to be enjoyable!
208 GTi 1.6 THP 200 (09/2013) — Nice one Peugeot!
208 GTi 1.6 THP 200 (06/2013) — Feels great to sit inside and pretty good fun to drive.
308 GTi 270 by Peugeot Sport (12/2016) — Quick, keen-handling, comfortable-riding, five-seater that's two skilfully intertwined cars in one: rapid hot-hatch; and urbane, easy-to-live-with family hatchback.
308 CC Allure 2.0 HDi 163 (03/2012) — Alluring alternative to other metal-topped convertibles.
308 Feline 1.6 THP 156 (04/2014) — Desirable family hatch seasoned with a sprinkle of Gallic charm that the French do so charmingly.
308 Allure 1.6 THP 156 (12/2013) — Good enough to give the Golf a real run for its money.
308 Active 1.6 e-HDi 112 (05/2011) — Freshly made over with a new face.
308 SW Allure 1.6 BlueHDi 120 (11/2017) — An estate car for the real-world: £19K to buy + a genuine everyday 63+mpg!
308 SW GT Line 1.2 PureTech 130 (06/2015) — Three-pot SW makes an impressive showing in the stylish estate stakes.
308 SW Sport 1.6 HDi 110 (03/2010) — Clever little lugger!
508 SW GT Line BlueHDi 130 Auto (12/2019) — Its mischievous hint of Parisian ooh-la-la will brighten up every mile of your travels.
508 1.6 e-HDI 112 Active (05/2011) — Demand will outstrip supply for all-new 508.
508 1.6 e-HDI 112 Active (04/2011) — Headline 64.2mpg is mightily impressive.
508 GT 2.2 HDi 200 Auto (02/2015) — Classy GT that mixes comfort and luxury in a manner that would elicit a nod of approval from the original grande dame of Parisian haute couture.
508 GT 2.2 HDi 200 (12/2012) — GT's credibility is right up there with the best of them.
508 GT 2.2 HDI 200 (11/2011) — Dynamically accomplished. An all-round box-ticker.
508 SW GT BlueHDi 180 (10/2017) — A very well kept secret; much like a great restaurant that people don't even tell their friends about as they want to keep the pleasure all to themselves.
508 SW 2.0 BlueHDi 150 (06/2014) — Take a deep — super-clean! — breath. A green family estate to satisfy the secret 'driver' in you.
508 SW 2.0 HDI Allure (11/2011) — Impressive both around town and in the country.
2008 GT Line 1.2 PureTech 130 (11/2017) — Family-friendly 'all grip' SUV with low running costs and plenty of style that's enjoyable to drive.
2008 Allure 1.2 PureTech 130 (11/2016) — Compact SUV 2008 delivers with kerb appeal outside and classy ambiance inside.
2008 Allure 1.2 VTi (07/2013) — Classy and with all-weather capability, it's a serious family player.
2008 Feline 1.6 e-HDi 115 (03/2014) — Classy, deservedly much-coveted crossover.
3008 1.2 PureTech 130 GT Line (06/2017) — Standout styling, chic upscale cabin with Peugeot's brilliant head-up i-Cockpit, and a refined powertrain. First rate!
3008 GT Line 1.6 BlueHDi Auto (11/2017) — The most telling thing we can say about the 3008 is that we really, really, really didn't want to give it back.
3008 1.6 HDi 115 Allure (01/2015) — Perfect for today's multifaceted lifestyles. If it's panache you want (and a pleasant price) then pick the Peugeot!
3008 110 HDi Exclusive (06/2010) — Easy-to-drive and truly multi-purpose.
3008 163 HDi Exclusive Auto (08/2010) — Great all-rounder for work or play.
3008 150 HDi Sport (04/2010) — One of the best cars to enter the market.
3008 HYbrid4 99g (07/2012) — Get yourself a test drive in one today. Yes, it's that good!
3008 HYbrid4 99g (10/2011)World's first diesel-electric hybrid is also the nicest-to-drive hybrid.
3008 HYbrid4 104g (01/2012) — World's first diesel-electric hybrid delivers the power.
3008 e-HDi EGC (04/2012) — Is the e-HDi micro-hybrid 3008 really more economical?
5008 GT BlueHDi 180 7-seat (07/2018) — Laid-back driveability, debonair cabin and carry-all versatility.
5008 Allure e-HDi 112 (04/2012) — Copes comfortably with a family of seven and 55mpg.
5008 Exclusive EGC HDi 112 7-seat (01/2011) — Family favourite with 7 seats.
5008 Exclusive EGC HDi 112 7-seat (10/2010) — Pleases the family and the driver.
5008 Exclusive EGC HDi 110 7-seat (02/2010) — Smarter than the average MPV.
5008 Sport 1.6 HDi 110 (01/2010) — 'MPV of the Year' even before it went on sale.
Bipper Tepee Style 1.3 HDi (06/2013) — Wear your biggest hat!
Bipper Tepee Outdoor 1.4 HDi 70 (03/2010) — Notably non-conformist.
Expert 2.0 HDi 130 ATV (06/2013) — You could live in this 'all-terrain' van.
Partner Tepee Outdoor 1.6 HDi 115 (10/2012) — Many hatchbacks and estates offer practicality but they can't touch the Tardis-like space of a Tepee.
RCZ GT HDi 163 (05/2013) — Polished grand tourer with style in spades.
RCZ GT HDi 163 (02/2012) Sexy looks, loads of grip and a reassuring attitude. And 45mpg!
RCZ GT THP 200 (03/2011) — More presence than an Audi TT.
RCZ GT THP 200 (12/2010) — Is a brilliant 200bhp enough?
RCZ GT THP 156 (06/2013) — Stand-out styling plus sensible performance from its frugal but fun engine.
RCZ Sport 1.6 HDi (08/2010) Entertaining and involving driving experience.
RCZ Sport 1.6 HDi (05/2010) — Stunning-looking 2+2 sports coupe.
RCZ R Coupe THP 270 (10/2014)Can step up and sincerely WOW! a keen driver
Traveller Business 1.6 BlueHDi 115 (05/2017) — Whatever the reason that you need nine seats, Peugeot's new Traveller is 'the biz'.

Panamera S E-Hybrid (04/2015)168mph and 0-62 acceleration in 5.5 seconds sit easily alongside tax-cheating 71g/km emissions.
Panamera 4.8 V8 4S PDK (12/2010) — Not just a four-door 911. Stunning to drive.

Captur Dynamique MediaNav TCe 120 (07/2013) — With its quirky 'notice me' looks, the Captur (no 'e' please, she's French!) is likely to be a strong seller.
Clio Expression Eco dCi 88 (12/2011)Tax-busting 1.5 Eco diesel manages real-life 67mpg.
Clio Renaultsport 200 Cup (08/2010) — So 'hot' it could be called Vindaloo.
Fluence Z.E. Dynamique (02/2012) — Clean 'n' green, but is 'range anxiety' scaring customers off?
Grand Scenic Dynamique TomTom dCi 130 Stop & Start (08/2011) — Satisfies many needs.
Kadjar Signature Nav 1.6 dCi 2WD (12/2015) — Renault's take on the Nissan Qashqai.
Megane Coupe-Cabriolet 1.4 Dynamique TomTom TCe 130 (08/2011) — Renault's most stylish.
Megane Sport Tourer 1.9 dCi (08/2010) — Family-sized work-and-play estate.
Scenic XMOD Dynamique 1.5 dCi 110 (11/2013) — XMOD's USP is its Grip Xtend system that
does exactly that.
Twingo Dynamique SCe 70 (09/2014) Potentially the new Small Car with Big Appeal!
Twizy Urban (08/2012) — Extras include doors and a waterproof blanket!
Wind Roadster 1.2 TCe 100 Collection (10/2010) — It's no wind up!
Wind Roadster 1.6 VVT 133 Dynamique (10/2010) — Looks sensational on the road.
Zoe R90 Z.E. 40 Signature Nav (02/2017) — After Dieselgate, Renault's all-electric Zoe is here to temp you.
Zoe Dynamique Intens (08/2013) — Could boost the so far less-than-viable sales of electric cars in the UK.

Alhambra SE 2.0 TDI Ecomotive (03/2016) — With seven individual seats, 2,297 litres of maximum load space and close to 50mpg, the Alhambra's exceedingly fit for purpose as a family MPV.
Alhambra 2.0 TDI CR 7-Seat E Ecomotive (11/2010) — Unexpectedly good to drive.
Arona FR 1.0 TSi 115PS (11/2019) — Fun to drive. Keeps your fuel bills down. In the compact crossover galaxy, it shines very brightly!
Exeo 2.0 TDI Multitronic SE Tech (07/2011) — For SEAT fans with families.
Exeo ST 2.0 TDI CR Multitronic SE Tech (09/2011) — An Audi but priced at bargain levels.
Ibiza Vista 1.0 5-dr (11/2015)Much improved, it rides better and runs better.
Ibiza FR 2.0 TDI CR 5-dr (06/2010) — High-performance, low-CO2 joins Ibiza line-up.
Ibiza SE 5-dr 1.2 TSI DSG (05/2012) Sharp new styling and even sharper new prices.
Ibiza ST S 1.2 TDI CR E Ecomotive (11/2010) — Eco-warrior with a streak of 'mean'.
Ibiza ST SE 1.6 TDI CR (11/2010) — New Ibiza on the block.
Leon FR+ 2.0 TDI (11/2011) Hot hatch for people who like to drive. And 50mpg+!
Leon Cupra R (10/2010) Five-door, family-sized and will fulfil your need for speed.
Leon SE 1.2 TSI 5-dr (03/2013) — Rides better than any other SEAT. Gem of an engine.
Leon Ecomotive 1.6 TDI SE (08/2010) — SEAT chases the 'green pound'.
Mii 1.0 60PS Toca 3-dr (11/2013) — Small car, small price, small running costs.
Tarraco Xcellence 1.5 TSI EVO 150PS (12/2019) — Fine-looking seven-seater that despite its multi-use competence is also a decent drive.

CitiGo SE GreenTech 60PS 5-dr (07/2019) — Impressive all-rounder. And at just £10K, great value.
Citigo Monte Carlo 1.0 MPI 60PS 5-dr (12/2017) — Driving pleasure whether you're in town or journeying to check out far horizons.
Citigo Elegance 1.0 GreenTech 3-dr (08/2012) The secret of a happy life: KIS. Keep It Skoda.
Citigo Elegance 1.0 GreenTech 3-dr (05/2012)Very probably the best city car you can buy.
Citigo Sport 1.0 3-dr (12/2013) — 56mpg and serves up an adrenaline spike on demand!
Enyaq iV 80 ecoSuite 82kWh 204PS DSG (08/2021) — At last, an EV that slots effortlessly in to even the most demanding of family lives!
Fabia Colour Edition 1.0 TSI 110 DSG (07/2022) The sensible but sassy Fabia is the go-to choice for all kinds of driving, with or without the family. Why settle for anything less!
Fabia Monte Carlo 1.0 TSI 95PS (10/2020) — Eye-catching, conveniently 'packaged' with an appealing cabin and a joyful measure of charisma.
Fabia SE L 1.0 TSI 110PS DSG (10/2018) Accomplished all-rounder that's good to drive and versatile enough to be most things to most owners.
Fabia Redline 1.0 TSI 110PS (10/2017) — Very Good News: the Redline will inject a large shot of driving pleasure into your everyday motoring.
Fabia SE L Estate 1.0 TSI 110PS DSG (06/2019) Extremely practical and accomplished 'townie' that's equally adept on long and winding roads.
Fabia Estate SE 1.4 TDI 90PS DSG (08/2015) — Self-assured estate that won't break the bank to run and with the sporty DSG automatic transmission it's as easy to drive as it is easy to live with.
Fabia SE L 1.2 TSI DSG (05/2015) Very likeable, very drivable latest-gen Fabia steps into the supermini arena.
Fabia vRS (07/2013) — Lives up to its rep: goes like a rocket but without the giveaway fizz-bangs!
Fabia vRS (08/2010) — You've met the Stig. Now say Hi to the rubber-burning Skod!
Kamiq Monte Carlo 1.0 TSI 110PS DSG (06/2022) — The compact crossover that delivers big-time!
Kamiq SE 1.0 TSI 115PS (01/2020) — Very likeable compact SUV that's also that rarity: an all-round, honest-to-goodness family car.
Karoq SE Drive 1.0 TSI 110PS (07/2023) — Affordable, easy-to-live-with, easy-to-drive. Family-friendly Karoq is a fine all-rounder.
Karoq SE L 1.5 TSI 150PS DSG (06/2021) — Skoda's mid-size family-friendly SUV is that rarity —
a first-rate all-rounder.
Karoq SportLine 2.0 TSI 190P DSG 4x4 (07/2019) — Family-friendly SUV. Can be relied upon to get you just about anywhere, anytime.
Karoq SE L 1.5 TSI 150PS DSG (01/2018) — We just couldn't fault the Karoq. But we did make a very long list of reasons to buy one.
Kodiaq SE L 1.5 TSI 150PS DSG (12/2021) — Go big with a Kodiaq and you'll find that Skoda's family-friendly SUV doesn't just talk the talk but walks the walk. Convincingly!
Kodiaq SE L 2.0 TDI 150PS DSG 4x4 7-seater (10/2020) — With a price to fit most pockets it's definitely one of the very best all-rounders.
Kodiaq vRS 2.0 BiTDI 4x4 DSG (04/2019) — Winning blend of gutsy sports performance, comfortable seven-seat SUV cabin and strong kerb appeal.
Kodiaq Scout 2.0 TDI 190PS 4x4 DSG 7-str (11/2018) — Confident in the concrete jungle and out where the wild things roam.
Kodiaq SportLine 2.0 TDI DSG 4WD 7-str (04/2018) Satisfying to drive. Debonair looks. Beautifully fettled interior. Rather irresistible.
Kodiaq Edition 2.0 TDI DSG 4x4 7-str (10/2017) — Persuasive even if you were considering a far more expensively-badged SUV. So buy a Kodiaq, save money, and SMILE.
Kodiaq SE 1.4 TSI 150PS DSG (07/2017) — Good-to-drive and a serious contender against even premium SUVs.
Octavia iV Estate SE L 1.4 TSI 204PS DSG (06/2022) — Very accomplished family estate in its own right, one that's comfortable and practical enough to satisfy not just its owner, but friends and family too.
Octavia SE 1.0 TSI 115PS (06/2018) — The perfect family car. Acres of space for a comfortable mix of people, luggage and cargo.
Octavia SE 1.0 TSI 115PS (12/2016) — Now it's got 'The Sign of the Three' — a zippy new 1.0-litre three-pot powerplant.
Octavia Elegance 1.6 TDI CR (06/2013) — Bigger. Easy to live with. Very easy on your pocket.
Octavia vRS 2.0 TSI 245PS DSG (06/2021) — Poke, pace and performance. Affordable go-faster vRS Octavia is just the ticket.
Octavia vRS 230PS (08/2016) — The Octavia vRS hits the spot: a tasty concoction of hot-hatch action and family guy practicality.
Octavia vRS 2.0 TSI (11/2013) — Subtle styling + Golf GTI power puts the vRS right on the money.
Octavia vRS — Affordable 150mph performance.
Octavia Estate Scout 2.0 TDI 184PS 4x4 DSG (04/2019) — Spacious all-rounder with all-weather and off-road ability that's satisfying to drive.
Octavia Estate SE L First Edition 1.5 TSI (11/2020) — The truly big surprise, that this fine-riding, good to drive and satisfying to own family estate doesn't cost thousands more to buy, will keep you laughing all the way to the bank.
Octavia Estate vRS 184PS 4x4 DSG (09/2018) — Genuine all-weather-capable all-rounder for five with enough space to survive the end of the world.
Octavia Estate L&K 2.0 TDI DSG (08/2017) — Massive cargo capacity and well-appointed five-seater cabin makes it the perfect family transport whatever the size of your budget.
Octavia Estate Laurin & Klement 2.0 TDI DSG (02/2015) — Capacious, versatile and hard-to-fault: a real winner for families and load-luggers.
Octavia Estate Scout 2.0 TDI 150PS 4x4 (05/2015) — A great package: don't waste your time scouting around for anything else.
Rapid SE 1.6 TDI CR (12/2012) — Sits between the Fabia and the Octavia and delivers a real-world 60mpg.
Rapid Spaceback SE Sport 1.0 TSI (12/2017) — Good-looking economical hatch with an entertaining engine and versatile extra space.
Rapid Spaceback SE 1.6 TDI (11/2013) — More space. But not where you'd guess.
Roomster 1.4 — Mobile room with a view.
Roomster 1.6 TDI CR Scout (10/2010) — It's got a 'living room' and a 'driving room'.
Scala SE L 1.0 TSI 110PS DSG (07/2021) — Easy-to-live-with Scala serves up an appealing mix of comfort, space and nicely laid-back driving manners.
Scala SE 1.0 TSI 150PS (07/2019) — Five doors, five seats and a lot of family car for your wampum!
Superb SportLine Plus Estate 2.0 TDI 150PS DSG (07/2022) — Fine-looking family-holdall-cum-limo with stand-out load carrying abilities is nice to drive, big on comfort, and commendably light on the fuel.
Superb iV L&K 1.4 TSI 218PS DSG (10/2020) — Ticks all the boxes. And its green plug-in powertrain comes with a realistic pure-electric driving range.
Superb SE L Executive 280PS 4x4 DSG (02/2017) — Stealthily sporting. Perfect for those with family responsibilities who haven't forgotten the thrill of the chase.
Superb Estate SE L 20 TSI 190PS DSG (01/2020) — Not interested in an SUV? Okay, then a big estate is the obvious alternative. And this particular Skoda makes a superb choice.
Superb Estate SportLine 2.0 TDI 190PS 4X4 DSG (04/2018) — Swish-looking multi-purpose wagon. Fast, grippy and good to drive — a superb estate!
Superb Estate SportLine 2.0 TDI 4x4 DSG (12/2016) — Handsome uber-spacious wagon is fast, enjoyable to drive, and fun to live with.
Yeti Elegance 1.6 TDI CR Greenline II (09/2011) — Abominable? No. Eco-friendly? Yes.
Yeti Elegance 2.0 TDI CR 4x4 (02/2010) — Versatile 4x4 family car. A pleasure to drive.
Yeti Elegance 2.0 TDI CR 4x4 (01/2010) — No need to trek to the Himalayas. But it could!
Yeti SE Plus 1.8 TSI 4x4 (08/2012) — Will quickly become your new best friend.
Yeti Outdoor SE L Drive 2.0 TDI 150PS 4x4 (03/2017) —A 'best buy' for families looking for a versatile and roomy alternative to the growing army of crossovers.
Yeti Outdoor Elegance 2.0 TDI DSG 4x4 (07/2014) Versatile and roomy. Yeti's the name; outdoors is the game!

C8 Spyder — Topless C8 lets rip on the Rio Road Rally.

Korando Pioneer 1.6 Auto 4x4 (02/2020) — What a lot you get! Genuine cross-country ability, plenty of towing muscle, and prices from £20K.
Korando EX 4x4 Auto (11/2011) The best SsangYong to date.
Korando Sports EX Double-Cab Pick-Up (11/2012)£3K less than main rivals but delivers more value-for-money.
Musso Rebel Auto (01/2020) — One of the best double cab lifestyle pick-ups out there. Refined, easy-to-live and can tow for England!
Rexton ELX 7-seater Auto (11/2019) — Roomy, comfortable, rugged all-weather family wheels. Hard to find anything for the money that gives you this much.
Tivoli 1.2 GDI-T Ventura (02/2021) — Accommodating cabin, well-stocked kit-list and easy driveability make the Tivoli satisfying to own.

BRZ 2.0 SE Lux Auto (08/2017) — Satisfyingly slingable. There's not much around at this money that will put as big a smile on your face.
BRZ 2.0i (07/2013) — The game's all changed at Subaru: 'Scooby' is now a rear-wheel drive, two-door sports coupe. Be glad!
Forester 2.0i XE Premium Lineartronic (03/2019) — Family-friendly SUV that's more than happy to whisk you off the beaten track to places many of its rivals can't follow.
Forester 2.0D Lineartronic Special Edition (10/2016) — Stands out from the crowd.
Forester 2.0i XT CVT (10/2013) Comfortable 237bhp all-weather, family-friendly SUV.
Forester 2.0D XS NavPlus (11/2011) — Roomy, versatile, durable and good for country living!
Forester 2.0D XS NavPlus (11/2010) — Country-dweller at home in the city.
Impreza Boxer Diesel RC (07/2010) — As surefooted as its rally-bred brethren.
Legacy Tourer 2.0D S (01/2010) — New lifestyle estate absolutely fit for purpose.
Legacy Tourer 2.5i SE Lineartronic CVT (01/2010) — Will please most drivers!
Levorg GT (10/2016) — Sporty touring estate offering plenty of room for people and cargo with 'real' all-wheel drive for sure-footed handling in all conditions.
Outback 2.5i SE Premium Lineartronic (02/2019) — Trustworthy and όber-practical, with the ability to get you through whatever the weather.
Outback 2.0D SE NavPlus (07/2012) — Ideal for those who want to take their estate where others can't follow.
Outback 3.6R (07/2010) — First class all-rounder. Good to drive; pampers every mile.
WRX STI (08/2017) — Rewarding-to-drive, high-performance road-and-track sports saloon for people who get that it's not the destination but the journey that's to be savoured.
WRX STi (07/2011) — Delivers an adrenaline-charged 296bhp drive on the wild side!
WRX STI (10/2010) — Scooby saloon is back: 158mph and raring to go.
XV 2.0i e-Boxer SE Premium Lineartronic (07/2020) — Capable and comfortable 'can do' crossover.
XV 2.0i SE Premium Lineartronic (06/2018) — Will attract plenty of customers with an active lifestyle.
XV 2.0D SE (09/2012) — Compact crossover not afraid to walk on the wild side.

Alto SZ-L (09/2010) — 5 doors, 4 seats, 64.2mpg and cheeky looks.
Baleno 1.0 Boosterjet SZ5 (03/2018) — Affordable Golf-sized five-door hatchback with a touch of the Tardis!
Baleno 1.2 SHVS SZ5 (09/2016) — Go for the 'mild hybrid'-enhanced Baleno hatchback and you'll get more than a mild improvement over other superminis.
Celerio 1.0 SZ4 (05/2015) — Successfully replaces both the Alto and Splash.
Celerio 1.0 SZ4 (02/2015) Owners will like the high spec, low price, low running costs, and the roomy and comfortable cabin (for a city car). And it's easy to drive.
Grand Vitara 1.9 DDiS SZ5 (06/2013) — Sure-footed on, and off, all roads.
Grand Vitara 1.9 DDiS SZ5 5-dr (01/2012) Grand. Now with four wheels... or five!
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr (05/2012) Bad weather? The Vitara will be the last car still moving.
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr (12/2010) — Genuine go-anywhere 4x4.
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr (10/2010) — Keeping you safe sun or snow.
Ignis SZ5 1.2 Dualjet SHVS AllGrip (09/2019) — Small physically it might be, but for everything else, especially fun, it's Big!
Ignis SZ-T 1.2 Dualjet (07/2017) — Likeable 'baby' SUV with lashings of kerb appeal, versatile inner space, and 50+mpg.
Jimny SZ5 1.5 AllGrip Auto (04/2019) — Boldly go just about anywhere in Suzuki's iconic 4x4.
Jimny 1.3 SZ4 (02/2013) Supermini-sized 4x4. Does the biz off-road.
Kizashi Sport (03/2012) Debonair looks, high spec and 4WD. A definite feel-good car.
Kizashi Sport (02/2012) Smart, easy-driving saloon with selectable 2/4WD for just £22K!
Kizashi Sport (11/2011) — New 4x4 saloon has the right USP for UK buyers.
Splash 1.2 SZ4 (11/2012) — Who buys it? Lots of people. For lots of very good reasons.
Splash 1.2 SZ4 (06/2012) — Easy-to-afford, easy-to-drive, and easy-to-live with.
Splash 1.2 SZ4 (03/2011) — No need to splash too much cash.
Swift 1.2 Dualjet SHVS SZ5 AllGrip (09/2019) — Mild hybrid Swift is grippy, nippy and fun to punt. Mightily frugal too!
Swift 1.2 Dualjet SHVS 4WD SZ5 (07/2017) — Engaging 4WD supermini with a roomy cabin and smile-inducing economy.
Swift 4x4 1.2 Dualjet SZ4 5-dr (05/2016) — All-wheel drive supermini's are as rare as hen's teeth. Thoroughly all-weather practical, it's also fun to drive.
Swift 1.2 SZ4 4x4 (04/2014) — More grip in all weather and over rougher terrain than you'll find in the city.
Swift 1.2 SZ4 5-dr (12/2013) — A genuinely enjoyable drive. And 49mpg!
Swift 1.2 SZ4 5-dr Auto (12/2010) — Smart alternative to a Fiesta or Polo.
Swift 1.2 SZ4 5-dr (09/2010) — 'More Swift'. And they're not kidding about the 'more'.
Swift 1.3 DDiS SZ3 (09/2011) — A truly likeable supermini. Reluctant to average less than 60mpg.
Swift Sport 1.4 Boosterjet (08/2018) — Highly competent all-rounder with an impressively sporty character that enthusiasts will find irresistible.
Swift Sport 1.6 5-dr (05/2014)Fun-loving 5-door hottie. Buy the ticket, take the ride!
Swift Sport 1.6 (03/2012) — Even more fun than the original. Yet another winner from Suzuki.
Swift Sport 1.6 (11/2011) New model is Swifter and Sportier!
SX4 S-Cross 1.4 Boosterjet SZ5 4x4 Auto (04/2107) — Likeable multi-purpose 'wagon' for families who travel together, on road and off.
SX4 S-Cross 1.0 Boosterjet SZ-T (02/2017) — Practical wheels for 'active lifestyle' families. Kitted out to a degree that beats the competition and available for sensible money, it's 'a sure thing'.
SX4 S-Cross 1.6 AllGrip SZ-T (10/2015) — Saves you hiding indoors just because it's snowing or Storm Frank has put in an appearance.
SX4 S-Cross 1.6 AllGrip SZ5 (03/2014) — Easy to live with and easy to drive.
SX4 Aerio (07/2010) — Easy-going nature and scoots round corners.
SX4 1.6 SZ4 2WD (01/2010) — Neat and nimble. Practical option for urban adventurers.
SX4 X-EC (10/2011) — Fun to drive, versatile and won't cost the Earth (or destroy it!) to run.
SX4 2.0 DDiS SZ5 4x4 (07/2012) Cheeky SX4 is just the job come sunshine or snowflakes.
SX4 2.0 DDiS SZ5 4WD (07/2011) — Useful, fun and versatile 4x4.
Vitara 1.4 Boosterjet SZ5 AllGrip Auto (02/2019) — Say hello to a good buy! New Boosterjet petrol engines and £17K-£25K pricing make it an attractive choice.
Vitara S 1.4 Boosterjet Auto (04/2016) — The most sporting and dynamic Vitara in the line-up.
Vitara 1.6 AllGrip SZ5 (07/2015) — What's not to like!

Model S 85kWh (02/2015) — Persuasively fast sports saloon and the most efficient all-electric car to date.
Model X 90D (11/2016) — 336-mile pure electric single-charge range + 0-60 in just 2.9 seconds + Falcon Wing doors. All very cool.

Auris GB25 1.8 Petrol Hybrid Auto (11/2017) — Special edition GB25 model marks Toyota's twenty-five years making cars in the UK.
Auris 1.8 VVTi Hybrid Icon (03/2013) — Refined, easy to drive and economical in town.
Auris Hybrid T4 (05/2010) — Interesting low-cost motoring.
Auris TR 1.33 (06/2010) — A to B in comfort without hurting your wallet.
Avensis TR 2.0 D-4D (02/2012) — Comfortable and easy to drive + 50mpg.
Avensis Tourer T Spirit 2.2 D-CAT (05/2012) Goes well. Handles with confidence.
Avensis Tourer TR 2.0 D-4D (07/2012) — The world's most boring car?
Aygo 1.0 x-pression 5-dr (06/2014) — Fun to look at... not so much fun to drive.
GT86 (10/2012) — The chance to play Colin McRae on roundabouts.
GT86 (08/2012) — Fun handling. Affordable. Desirable. I want one!
Hilux Invincible Double Cab 2.4 Auto (07/2016) — Lifestyle 4x4-cum-tough no-nonsense workhorse.
HiLux Double Cab HL3 2.5 D-4D (01/2012) 13 million customers can't be wrong!
iQ3 1.33 (11/2010) — Is it really 'intelligent' city car motoring?
Land Cruiser 2.8 Invincible Auto (06/2018) — Tough, hugely capable off-road and an unexpectedly comfortable ride!
Land Cruiser 60th Anniversary 3.0 D-4D Auto (12/2011) — World's best-selling 4x4.
Prius Plug-In (08/2012) — Enough electric power for most city commutes + 80mpg in hybrid mode.
Prius+ T4 7-seater (09/2012) — The only 7-seat MPV on the market with under 100g/km.
RAV4 2.2 Icon AWD (01/2014) — Premium Crossover from Toyota.
RAV4 2.2 D-4D Invincible (07/2013) — Under the smart new skin the hardcore off-road ability is still there.
RAV4 SR 2.2 D-4D D-CAT Auto (01/2011) — Expensive but first class 4WD.
Verso Excel 1.6 D-4D 7-seater (11/2015) Not to be overlooked by people needing a mid-sized MPV to use as a family or business wagon.
Verso 1.6 D-4D Icon 7-seater (02/2014) — Refreshed with BMW-sourced diesel power.
Verso 2.0 D-4D Icon (05/2013) — Most Sensible Car of the Year?
Verso ST Spirit 1.33 Multidrive S (02/2011) — Supermini-sized MPV.
Yaris 1.33 VVTi TR 5-dr (08/2011) — All-new Yaris outscores the competition.
Yaris Hybrid T4 5-dr (05/2012) First supermini hybrid + no worrying driving range limitations.

Adam Rocks Air 1.0 Turbo (04/2015) — Powered by Vauxhall's new 1.0-litre three-pot engine,
it's a winning small car. Adam rocks!
Adam Unlimited 1.0i Turbo (05/2016) — Top-notch cabin, a cracking three-pot powerplant and can be personalised in about a million different ways!
Ampera Positiv (12/2012) — Silent-running electric power provides the range without the anxiety.
Ampera Electron (03/2012) — Electric-drive Ampera takes European Car of the Year crown.
Ampera (07/2011) — Overcomes EV 'range anxiety'. Ultra-low running costs.
Antara 2.2 CDTI Exclusiv AWD (02/2011) — Vastly improved package.
Astra SRi 1.4 Turbo CVT (12/2019) — Refreshed, revitalised and raring to take on the competition from Ford and Volkswagen.
Astra Elite Nav 1.5 Turbo D (12/2019) — Plenty to like about the latest Vauxhall Astra diesel. Enough, in fact, to give one a go.
Astra 1.4i Turbo SRi Nav 5-dr (04/2016) — You should definitely make time to try this all-new, good-to-drive and well-connected Astra hatchback.
Astra 1.4i Turbo SRi Nav 5-dr (03/2016) — European Car of the Year 2016 and the best car Vauxhall has produced in years.
Astra GTC 1.7 CDTi Sport (05/2012) Best looking filly in the Vauxhall stable.
Astra GTC SRi 2.0 CDTi (10/2011) — Stylish + responsive and very agile on the road.
Astra Sports Tourer Tech Line 1.6 CDTi 110PS ecoFLEX (12/2016) Roomy, comfortable, 60mpg economy, spiffing good looks: just the job for family drivers with a need for space.
Astra Sports Tourer 1.7 CDTi 110 ecoFlex Exclusiv (08/2011)Goodbye Estate, Hello Sports Tourer!
Astra Sports Tourer 1.7 CDTi 110 ecoFLEX Exclusiv (10/2010) True Brit!
Astra VXR (01/2013) — Extrovert looks, blistering power, entertaining handling, and, to keep it all on the boil, just a pinch of hooligan.
Astra VXR (08/2012) — Effortless and ruthlessly quick cross-country machine.
Astra VXR (06/2012) For performance-per-pound and smile-per-mile it's keenly priced.
Cascada Elite 2.0 CDTi (04/2017) — Genuine four-seater convertible ticks all the important boxes for cabrio-lovers. Enjoy!
Cascada Elite 1.6 Turbo (08/2013) — Classy convertible-cruiser from Luton.
Corsa 1.0i Turbo Excite 5-dr (03/2016) — New fourth-gen Corsa better in every respect and 'good to go'.
Corsa 1.4 Turbo SE 5-dr (03/2015) — Smart-looking, very together family-friendly package.
Corsa 1.3 CDTi ecoFlex Limited Edition 5-dr (04/2011) — Cheap to run. With 'attitude'.
Corsa VXR (10/2015) — Will assuredly rock you.
Corsa VXR Nürburgring (03/2012) — Hot and spicy. Talented drivers only.
Corsa VXR Nürburgring (02/2012) — Über hot-hatch with an addictive twist.
Crossland X Elite 1.6 Turbo D 120PS (09/2017) — The 'X' in the name really does stand for eXtra!
Insignia 1.6 CDTi ecoFLEX Tech Line (03/2017) — A 'whisper quiet' engine, room for 5 and 58+mpg.
Insignia 2.0 CDTi ecoFLEX Exclusiv Nav (02/2012) — Very driveable 50mpg family hatch.
Insignia 2.0 CDTi ecoFLEX Exclusiv Nav (04/2010) — Cheap to run but not so cheap to buy.
Insignia Sports Tourer Tech Line Nav 2.0 170PS Turbo D (09/2017) — Gives prestige-badged rivals a run for their money (and leaves more of it in your back pocket). Fly the Griffin!
Insignia Sports Tourer 2.0 CDTi ecoFLEX SRi (09/2014)Officially it can do 72.4mpg!
Insignia Sports Tourer VXR Auto (09/2011) Devilishly effective A-to-B machine.
Meriva 1.3 CDTi ecoFlex Exclusiv (04/2011) — New ecoFlex diesel power.
Meriva 1.4T SE (02/2011) — Family favourite!
Meriva 1.4T Exclusiv (04/2010) — Bigger. Better. More versatile.
Meriva 1.6 CDTi ecoFLEX SE (11/2015) — The only other car with rear-hinged back doors wears a Flying Lady on its grille.
Mokka X 1.4T 152PS Auto AWD (11/2016) A nattily-styled package that comes with standard-fit pizzazz. So, hey, don't just get a life; get a Mokka X!
Mokka 1.4 Turbo AWD Tech Line (10/2014) — Sharp 'n' shapely. Easy to live with crossover.
Mokka SE 1.7 CDTi 4x4 (09/2013) — Prestige looks. Prestige feel.
Viva SL 1.0 (11/2015) — Town or country, you'll be happy to arriva in a Viva!
Zafira Tourer Elite Nav 2.0 CDTi (03/2017) — Vauxhall's smart and sassy seven-seater people carrier outsells the competition like no other multi-seater.
Zafira Tourer SRi 2.0 CDTi (07/2012) — Stylish troop-carrier.
Zafira Tourer Exclusiv 2.0 ecoFLEX (02/2012) — Smart 7-seat 50mpg family transport.

Amarok Double-Cab 2.0 BiTDI 4MOTION (06/2011) — Named after a gigantic mythical wolf.
Beetle Design 1.2 TSI DSG (09/2012) — More driver-focused but the charms's still there.
Beetle Design 1.2 TSI DSG (03/2012) — 'Manned-up' new-for-2012 'Bug' still makes you smile.
Beetle 1.4 Design (03/2012) — New image will appeal to male drivers in particular.
Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition 2.0 TDI (12/2013) — Herbie's the name, fun's my game!
Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition 2.0 TDI (09/2013)At last! A bloke's drop-top Beetle.
Beetle Cabriolet 50s Edition 1.4 (06/2013) — If style matters most you won't be disappointed.
CC R-Line 2.0 TDI BlueMotion DSG (09/2014)Stylish and desirable coupe-look saloon.
e-up! (07/2014) Definitely the EV way to go!
Eos SE BlueMotion 1.4 TSI (07/2010) — Classy car for all seasons.
Golf Cabriolet GTI 2.0 TSI (08/2012) — Fans have waited 20 years for this.
Golf Cabriolet GT 1.4 TSI (11/2011) The prodigal drop-top returns in better shape than ever.
Golf R Cabriolet 2.0 TSI (06/2013) — £39K 'R' fastest drop-top Golf ever.
Golf Cabriolet SE 1.6 TDI BlueMotion Technology (09/2011) — A breath of fresh air!
Golf SE 1.6 TDI 5-dr (12/2013) — Latest Golf is still the Numero Uno family hatchback.
Golf SE 1.6 TDI 5-dr (01/2013) — New seventh generation Golf is The Best Yet!
Golf SE 1.4 TSI 5-dr (01/2013) — What a joy driving a sweet-running petrol can be.
Golf GTE (09/2014) 188 miles-per-gallon, 35g/km of CO2 and 0-62mph in 7.6 seconds!
Golf GTI (Mk7) 2.0 TSI 5-dr (10/2013)First choice for keen drivers.
Golf R 2.0 TSI DSG (08/2010) — 155mph whizz-bang hot-hatch. Deeply satisfying!
Golf Estate Alltrack 2.0 TDI 4Motion (09/2016) — More than just a whiff of off-road ability. And far more satisfying to drive than the majority of 'fashionable' Crossovers and SUVs.
Golf Estate SE 1.6 TDI BlueMotion (08/2015) — Good-looking, versatile family estate + real-life 60mpg economy.
Passat SE Business 2.0 TDI (10/2015) — Seriously better all round and easily good enough to take on Germany's A-Team of Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
Passat SE 2.0 TDI BlueMotion Technology (11/2012) Closer to a Merc than you might think.
Passat Estate SE BlueMotion 2.0 TDI (03/2011) — New 7th-gen. Better than ever.
Polo 1.2 TDI BlueMotion 3-dr (08/2010) — Real-life 72mpg+ better than any Hybrid.
Polo 1.6 TDI SEL 5-dr (03/2010) Like a Golf. Only smaller.
Polo GTI 1.4 TSI (06/2011) — A miniature Golf GTI that goes just as fast.
Scirocco GT 2.0 TDI 150PS (11/2015) — Backs up strong kerb appeal with an impressive blend
of fuel efficiency and dynamic ability. Phwoar!
Scirocco R 2.0 TSI DSG (07/2010)A 'hot' drive whatever the weather.
Sharan 2.0 TDI (11/2010) After 15 years, new-gen seven-seat MPV.
Sharan SE 2.0 TDI BlueMotion (06/2011) 7 seater, fully-fledged people-mover.
Tiguan S 2.0 TDI 4Motion (12/2011) — Easy to own. Easy to drive. And easy on the pocket.
Tiguan SE 2.0 TDI 4Motion (09/2011) Thoroughly competent family-friendly 4x4.
Touareg 3.0 V6 TSI Hybrid (12/2011) Power + performance from VW's classy 4x4.
Touareg SE 3.0 V6 TDI Tiptronic (02/2011) — Enough driveability to banish those SUV blues!
Touareg SE 3.0 V6 TDI Tiptronic (11/2010) — Space, refinement + off-road abilities.
Touran Sport 2.0 TDI 140PS (01/2011) — Totally fit for purpose.
Touran 1.6 TDI S BlueMotion (11/2010) Good handling family car for seven.
up! 1.0 Move 3-dr (03/2012) — Best city car on the market + a real-world 64mpg!


C30 T5 R-Design Polestar (08/2012) — Convincing punch will keep speed junkies entertained!
C70 D3 SE Lux (10/2010) — Does an honest job of accommodating four adults.
C70 D4 SE Geartronic (06/2012) — All-year-round top-down driveability.
S60 T5 R-Design (10/2019) — Svelte, luxurious and hard-charging T5 is satisfying to own and will definitely brighten up your road-time.
S60 D3 R Design Lux Nav (10/2015) Real-world 48mpg. And when you need to press-on,
well then, the game's afoot!
S60 D3 SE (08/2010) — All-new S60. Comfortable, agile and trustworthy road manners.
S60 D5 Geartronic SE Lux (12/2010) — Stylish looks. Stylish drive.
S80 D2 SE Lux Powershift (10/2012) — Drive sensibly and you could see 60+mpg from this luxurious saloon.
S80 D4 Geartronic SE Lux (05/2015) — Svelte and comfortable haven from the outside world.
S90 T8 Twin Engine AWD R-Design Pro (07/2019) — Splendidly relaxing, exceedingly comfortable and refined. Has what it takes to go grille-to-grille with Teutonic rivals.
S90 D5 PowerPulse AWD Auto (01/2017) — In AWD spec with the 231bhp D5 powerplant the S90 is all it's cracked up to be. If the names Audi, BMW, or Mercedes appear on your shortlist, you now need to add another: Volvo.
V40 D2 SE Nav (12/2013) Nice to drive and nice to travel in, watched over by a host of electronic 'guardians'.
V40 D2 Cross Country SE Nav (08/2013)Has 'the look'. Smartly styled family car you can trust.
V40 D3 SE Nav (11/2012) — Volvo fans will love it. And so will many more.
V40 D4 R-Design Pro (08/2017) — Sporty looks mask an agreeably relaxed driving character. Satisfyingly economical, it's rewarding to own.
V40 D4 Geartronic R-Design Lux Nav (02/2015) — άber-safe, good to drive hatch that majors on quality and sophisticated Scandinavian design.
V40 T4 SE Nav (09/2013) — No more coin tossing!
V40 T4 R-Design Lux (02/2013) — Plenty of classy touches. Nice to drive. Prepare to be impressed!
V50 1.6 DRIVe Start/Stop (01/2011) — Sensible, highly-specced medium-sized car.
V60 D4 AWD Cross Country (06/2019) — Brilliant 4x4 Cross Country combines the best of SUV and estate car worlds.
V60 D3 SE Lux Premium (11/2010) — Premium estate takes on Audi, BMW and Merc.
V60 D5 R-Design Premium (11/2010) — More oomph and easier cruising gait.
V60 D6 Twin Engine R-Design Lux Nav (05/2018) — Hybrids can fly: this one zips to 62mph in 6 and hits 143mph.
V60 D6 Plug-in Hybrid AWD Geartronic SE Lux (12/2013) — A very convincing member of the 'green' party.
V60 Polestar (04/2015) — Indulgently hard 'n' fast wagon. Buy one!
V60 T6 Polestar (09/2011) — With 329bhp on tap, it's the most powerful car ever made by Volvo.
V60 Cross Country D4 AWD Lux Nav (11/2015) — Foolproof all-wheel drive and extra ground clearance gets you through when the going gets tough. Perfect for both family and lifestyle-oriented wagonmasters.
V70 D4 Geartronic SE Lux (02/2015) — Few cars are better at moving cargo or people as pleasingly as the elegantly-packaged V70.
V70 D5 SE Lux Geartronic (01/2012) — A good drive. Designed to survive a collision with a troll.
V70 R AWD — You'll never be late in Volvo's 155mph estate.
V90 Recharge T6 AWD Inscription (09/2021) — Suave and sophisticated, with bang up-to-date comms, the latest V90 is a well-rounded 'crossover' estate with the advantage of permanent all-wheel drive.
V90 D4 Inscription (02/2017) — Distinctive, refined, comfortable and commendably wallet-friendly at the pumps. A refreshing alternative to the ruling German triumvirate.
V90 D4 Momentum (11/2016) — if you want to arrive at your destination feeling good about life, buy a Volvo V90.
V90 D5 PowerPulse AWD Cross Country (09/2017) — Classy Cross Country version with a liking for a bit of the rough is the cream of the V90 crop.
XC40 Recharge Plug-in T5 R-Design (09/2020) — Ruggedly hip plug-in premium compact SUV. The ideal 'changeover' car until all-electrics rule.
XC40 D4 AWD First Edition (05/2018) — Premium-branded compact SUV with ardent kerb appeal.
XC40 T3 R-Design (10/2018) — Badged 'T3', this new XC40 comes with a 1.5-litre three-pot petrol powerplant.
XC60 Recharge Plug-in Hybrid T6 AWD R-Design (10/2021) — Indulgent comfort and luxury. Volvo's hybrid-powered mid-size SUV trumps its equally premium German rivals.
XC60 T8 Twin Engine Inscription Pro (02/2019) — A most appealing all-rounder and a convincing example of how good plug-in hybrids can be. One day all cars will be as good as this. So why wait?
XC60 D3 DRIVe SE Lux Premium (07/2011) — Serious alternative to Audi/BMW/Merc.
XC60 D4 AWD Momentum Pro (12/2017) — Defined by classy Swedish design both inside and out. A luxurious place in which to travel.
XC60 D4 SE Lux Nav (06/2016) — Higher-riding, family-sized XC60 fits its 'premium brand SUV' label perfectly.
XC70 D5 AWD SE Lux Geartronic (12/2011) — Does just about anything you ask it to.
XC90 B5 AWD Momentum Pro (08/2020) — Stylish family 'hold-all'. A marvellously relaxing refuge in a rowdy world.
XC90 T5 AWD R-Design (01/2019) — Classy, luxurious 7-seater SUV with oodles of connectivity and safety tech and off-road ability at a bargain price!
XC90 D5 AWD Inscription (12/2015) — Volvo's all-new take on seven-seat, all-wheel-drive luxury rivals competitive models from Audi, BMW and Range Rover — the XC90 is desirable indeed.
XC90 D5 SE Geartronic (06/2012) — Even hurricanes hardly hassle you in an XC90.
XC90 T8 Twin Engine Inscription (07/2016) — High-tech hybrid offers a fine driving experience. A cosseting, agreeably imperious way to travel.