Ford's Focus is Scotland's third-best selling car (the Corsa and Fiesta are No. 1 and No. 2, since you ask) and with good reason the latest version is terrific.
The majority of cars that advertise themselves as seven seaters should really be billed as seating two large adults, three small adults and two children. Rarely do I come across one where I'd like to spend more than a couple of minutes in the third-row seats.
Way back in the 1980s, Renault began the trend for people carriers with the Espace; 25 years on, their MPVs remain among the most popular in a now crowded market.
This is the Picanto, Kia's popular little city car. Though it was facelifted in 2008, this is the first fully new model since it was launched in 2004. The old car wasn't at all bad, but this one is much better.
I'm flying along the tarmac in the Corsa VXR Nurburgring, my foot to the floor. I whip through a double bend, using both sides of the road and skidding slightly before regaining control. Then it's a race up through the gears again until the needle says I'm doing 100mph and it's time to brake for the next corner.
With the blanket coverage of the stunning, Scottish Car of the Year Award-winning, Evoque, Land Rover are clearly concerned people will forget they make any other cars.
The Ford Mondeo is starting to grow a little elderly.
Maserati's stunning drop top, the GranCabrio Sport, goes on sale in October with a price tag to match its looks £102,615.
Like the AMG Black Series, Mazda's Black Edition MX-5 and Mazda2 do not actually come in the colour black.
Japanese and Korean makes are the best bet for used car buyers who value reliability, according to new figures.