When they first began proliferating I was sceptical about mini people carriers.
The Optima was Kia’s first real stab at a Mondeo or Passat rival.
The Kia Niro is a mid-size SUV with a twist - it's a hybrid.
Many long years ago Skoda was the butt of jokes. Then it started making very good cars. More recently, it has pushed upmarket.
If Renault can lay claim to inventing the people carrier with its Espace, Ford was the first to make them fun to drive.
Mini's Convertible is now in its third generation and has gone from strength to strength.
Ford’s Mark VI Fiesta is almost nine years old.
Volkswagen's Tiguan has always had a solid following but the first generation car was feeling its age.
Buyers have always set the bar higher for BMW’s luxury saloons.
Cruising through to Dunkeld in Jaguar’s F-Pace I’m struck by how car-like it is.