Mazda’s MX-5 is the world’s best selling roadster by a long chalk for good reason. Beautifully built, as reliable as they come, affordable and fantastic to drive , it’s a car that ticks all the boxes.
Lexus has never embraced diesel power.
Land Rover’s Discovery has always been an iconic car, but recent years have seen it face threats from top notch opposition such as Volvo’s XC90 and Audi’s Q7.
The MX-5 is Mazda’s longest running success story – having racked up well over a million sales since 1989 it’s the top selling roadster of all time.
The i10 is one of the jewels in Hyundai’s impressive stable of models.
Almost a decade after it transformed the supermini sector, the sixth generation Ford Fiesta has been replaced.
Despite the rise of compact SUVs – or crossovers, as they’re frequently called – the family hatchback remains Britain’s best-selling type of car.
If there was an award for “most improved car maker” Suzuki would be a strong contender.
The Peugeot 5008 reminds me of Sean Connery’s great line from The Untouchables about bringing a knife to a gunfight.