Car reviews and road tests
The Kia Stonic is based on the Kia Rio, but it’s designed to be a more interesting SUV alternative – so should you choose this over the Rio?
The new Ford Fiesta has lost some of its quirky design features and some of its sharp dynamics in the interests of being a more appealing car to a broader customer base – so should it still be on your supermini shortlist?
We rated the previous SEAT Ibiza that we tested very highly, as it encapsulated what we believe SEAT should stand for: fun Spanish character in a good value package. Unfortunately there was little evidence of any fun Spanish character in the most recent Ibiza that we’ve tested.
The Mazda CX-3 is what happens when you combine a Mazda MX-5 and a compact SUV – so it’s the sporty choice, and we think that it’s also one of the best looking cars you can buy.
The Peugeot 5008 can seat seven, it has a stylish exterior, a modern and high-tech interior, and there are a range of petrol and diesel engines to suit different driving patterns.
The Citroen C3 Aircross offers more visual character than a regular hatchback, it’s more fun to drive, and it even has some off-road ability.
If you’re looking for an efficient way to transport five people with lots of luggage in comfort, on long journeys that may take in some off-roading, then the Volvo V90 Cross Country may be an ideal solution.
The Audi Q7 e-tron is a diesel plug-in hybrid rather than the more common petrol plug-in hybrid, which aims to offer zero emission local driving and economical long distance driving – so does this concept work?
For car buyers who have been put off diesels, the petrol-powered Alfa Romeo Giulia combines 48mpg economy with a sporty driving experience. Model/Engine size: Alfa Romeo…
The Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in Hybrid has an official economy figure of 256.8mpg, and we recorded a highly impressive real-life 77mpg on a 170 mile motorway…