Time for the Opel Insignia to shine? New looks, reduced emissions and a far better dashboard mark the new car out.
It's better value for money than the Germans, as long as you don't dip too deep into the options list, and it drives well enough that most people won't notice the difference.
The Outlander is a perfectly fine car. It picks up where the previous model left off - a mid-size SUV with seats for seven that straddles the line between big estate and tall 4x4.
Mitsubishi has a new baby car offering in the form of the efficient, and space-efficient Space Star.
The Rapid isn't a bad-looking car and could be a sensible buy for those that need the space and would rather have a new model on the driveway.
This is a trim line (sitting between Comfortline and Highline) rather than a sporty new standalone model.
Renault facelifts the Fluence saloon. Does it still hold the appeal it did during scrappage?
XV crossover makes for quirky alternative to the mass-market models, and it's great to drive.
One of the better looking retro-modern cars, the new Beetle is miles ahead of the last re-imagination with sharper looks, a more spacious interior and better engines.
The updated car has arrived on Irish shores and we've driven the entry-level four-wheel drive model, the xDrive18d.