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.
The Skoda Rapid takes on the Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra and Kia Cee’d in the ultra-competitive family hatch segment.
Subaru makes cars that are rough, rugged and tough as old boots.
The ST is the third body style in Seat’s Leon range, joining the five-door hatch and the three-door coupe.
Volvo has always built cars for people who want something different.
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.
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.
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.
The 500 Trekking is an enlarged, jacked up “soft-road” version of Fiat’s delightful little city car.