We’ve long been fans of the Suzuki Swift, ever since the fourth-generation car arrived in 2005 and set the cat among the pigeons and it’s a compelling choice if you’re not bothered about following the crowd
Priced from just £5995 it’s the cheapest new car on sale in the UK, but despite its low price the Sandero is a lot bigger than many cars that cost thousands of pounds more.
As newer cars have come along the MG has been left ever further behind in terms of technology, but some keen prices, an enjoyable driving experience and a healthy dose of practicality go some way for making up this lost ground
There are some cracking contenders in it's class, but the Seat Leon is one of our favourites. It’s the car with everything; sharp looks, great engines and transmissions, decent equipment levels and strong build quality
Skoda Rapid Spaceback
Review: Skoda Rapid Spaceback (Overall score = 3.5/5) In the December 2016 issue we brought you a review of the…
Citroens are also innovative once more; in the case of the top-spec C3 tested here there are Airbumps in the flanks to protect the bodywork and an integral dashcam is a first.
The range-topping Rio 3 gets climate control, seven-inch display, heated front seats and steering wheel, navigation and automatic wipers
The current Yaris is the third iteration of a car that first went on sale in 2011. As such it’s getting long in the tooth
This small family hatch is the same size as a Corsa or Fiesta but feels bigger inside – not quite as big as a Focus or Astra, but not far off. What’s really impressive about the Baleno is how much you get for your money