It's been a busy year for many manufacturers, with several important models being launched throughout the year.
The significance of a model, or its outright performance, doesn't necessarily entail it a high ranking in the most popular reviews of 2013. These are instead judged on the number of individual page views.
So, which cars proved most popular for you, our esteemed readership, throughout the year? Find out below.
As well as being Kia's first venture into the SUV/hatchback crossover market, the Sportage transpired to be a sharply styled, comfortable and practical car. It wasn't particularly engaging to drive but decent kit levels and a seven-year warranty made it a very smart buy.
Want a rugged, dependable new car for £8,995? You would do well to consider a Dacia Duster. Obviously many other people had come to the same conclusion, as the much-discussed budget spin-off from Renault was the second-most popular Autocar review in 2013.
The first generation of A-class was somewhat of a curiosity, with its upright profile and front-wheel-drive layout. That didn't stop it selling well, but it could never be classified as desirable. The new A-class, however, is a much more appealing machine. No doubt its sporty nature and appearance helps bolster its popularity.
Another entry in the top reviews that comes from the burgeoning crossover sector. Skoda's Yeti, however, has proper off-road credentials to match its chunky looks, as well as a practical and comfortable interior. It's good to drive too, and offered with a wide range of powertrains.
The genre-defining model from Volkswagen is still a very heavily trafficked review. If you're in the market for a hatchback you'll probably automatically think Volkswagen Golf, type it into your search engine as a starting point and, voila, another hit on our review.
Range Rover's Evoque is a sharply styled premium SUV that's compact in size, good to drive and affordable. No wonder it's been a popular review on Autocar, then. On looks alone it knocks rivals like the BMW X3 into a cocked hat, but it backs up its style with a substantial dollop of substance too.