Mazda has always built cars that are reliable, quite nice to drive, but with the notable exception of the MX-5 - don’t exactly make the heart race.
Jaguar’s F-Type convertible was launched last year in a blaze of awestruck headlines.
Toyota’s RAV4 almost single handedly generated the ‘soft roader’ segment, where off-road looks were more important than off road ability.
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.
Mercedes-Benz has abandoned the unloved mini people carrier A-Class in favour of a car that’s stylish and modern.
Few manufacturers have improved their lot more than Kia has in recent times.
The 500 Trekking is an enlarged, jacked up “soft-road” version of Fiat’s delightful little city car.
BMW's new 1-Series goes on sale on September 17 priced from £19,375.
Jaguar have done the sensible thing and put a small(ish) diesel engine into their slick and stylish XF.
Some of the most stylish and characterful cars on sale right now are modern re-imaginings of old classics.