The BMW X5 transformed the luxury SUV sector when it was launched 20 years ago.
The DS3 Crossback is a small, trendy crossover designed to do battle with the Mini Countryman, Audi Q2 and BMW X2.
At 706 litres the boot in the Ford Tourneo Courier is roughly twice the size of that in a Ford Focus – and the Tourneo is cheaper.
A while back I reviewed the Ford Mustang on these pages. It has terrible economy, is no good at going round corners and is generally completely unsuited to Britain’s roads – but none of that matters because its iconic looks and muscle car vibe make it so much fun.
Vauxhall’s Astra has been one of the best selling family hatchbacks for 40 years now.
Jaguar has enjoyed a tremendous renaissance over the past decade. Once a purveyor of traditional but staid models, it now has a dynamic range of cars with cutting edge styling.
Seat is part of the vast Volkswagen empire and the Spanish brand is unashamedly pitched at younger drivers, with Skoda being used to hoover up the older motoring crowd.
Kia is a company that has expanded relentlessly and successfully over the past decade.
The CX-3 is the smallest of Mazda’s three SUV offerings.
Buying a supermini is easy – just pick a Fiesta or a Polo and be done with it.