This is the ultimate people carrier.
The Range Rover Sport is the shorter, flashier brother to the bigger and altogether more olde-worlde Range Rover.
Volvo has always built cars for people who want something different.
Subaru makes cars that are rough, rugged and tough as old boots.
The Skoda Rapid takes on the Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra and Kia Cee’d in the ultra-competitive family hatch segment.
The Jaguar XF has become a familiar sight on our roads since its launch in 2008 and its elegant looks no longer turn heads as they once did.
The ST is the third body style in Seat’s Leon range, joining the five-door hatch and the three-door coupe.
Vauxhall’s Insignia range underwent a revamp late last year not that you can really tell by looking. The body shell remains the same and exterior styling alterations are minor.
It roars from 0-62 in 5.5 seconds and will reach nearly 170mph yet it does 91mpg and emits just 71g/km of CO2.
Toyota’s RAV4 almost single handedly generated the ‘soft roader’ segment, where off-road looks were more important than off road ability.