Big, bluff and a little bit crude, the Grand Cherokee represents one of the best metal-for-money equations on the road.
Kia’s replacement for the unloved old Magentis was slick, sleek and quite sexy, but a bit too focused on the American market for its own good.
The second-generation Citroen C4 took a step back from the avant-garde styling of its predecessor and settled on a more conventional, if still handsome, look.
The Honda Accord is one of those cars you can pretty much buy without worrying about it.
If you want a road-biased SUV then stop reading, as the Wrangler is very much a utility vehicle first, which just so happens to be allowed on the road.
The Accent badge had been a mainstay of the Hyundai range pretty much since the then-nascent Korean giant started selling cars in Europe.
The C3 Picasso MPV majored on quirky style, making what could otherwise be a forgettable shape quite fun and interesting.
For nearly ten years Volkswagen had the Eos folding hard-topped convertible in its showrooms, but it wasn't a big seller.
Lexus’s first compact hatch beats BMW for quality and reliability and has a gorgeous interior, but Prius mechanicals mean it's no fun to drive.
The Sonata is one of those cars that actually grows on you – simple, rugged, solid and, nowadays, very, very cheap to buy and run.