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.
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 DS4 is a Citroen C4-derived hatchback that the company somewhat ambitiously refers to as a coupe.
Citroen’s big saloon majors on space and comfort and is more reliable than you might think.
The Kuga was Ford's first proper crossover - it arrived on the scene in 2008.
The cutest small car around (Fiat 500 possibly notwithstanding) is also one of the canniest used buys – it's fun to drive, but it holds on to its value too.
A brand new E-Class hits the market in 2016, so it's time to eye up the one before it now.
Citroen’s second generation people carrier introduced some much needed style and flair to the segment.
Ford’s third generation Focus ramped up its quality rating, but missed out on its predecessor's massively roomy cabin.
The first-generation i20 kind of got a bit lost in the whole Hyundai reinvention, but it’s a well-made and capable small hatchback.