Ford's revised Ecosport 1.0 Ecoboost costs from £16,500
Volkswagen's potent Golf R remains a fan favourite
The Dacia Duster is a compact SUV with a city car price tag
Collin Performance-tuned Fiesta ST is as quick to 60mph as an entry-level Porsche Boxster
Range Rover Sport SVR has a limited top speed of 162mph
Ford's Ecosport has topped the list of the most viewed reviews on Autocar for the week ending 10 April. Read below to find out what joined it in the top five.
The baby crossover from Ford heads our most popular reviews list for the second time in two months.
We found that the previous generation Ecosport had decent cabin space and a pleasing gearchange but was powered by an archaic diesel engine and came with woeful driving dynamics.
Changes include updated cabin materials, more equipment and improvements to the ride and handling. Click here to read our verdict.
Still a firm favourite among readers, Volkswagen's Golf R jumped straight to number two on our top-five hot hatchback rankings when it was launched last year.
Read our in-depth review of the rapid hot hatchback here.
3 - Dacia Duster
The Romanian car manufacturer's compact SUV ranks highly once again on our weekly list of most popular reviews.
Dacia's Duster has been a controversial car since its inception back in 2010. Despite having a poor Euro NCAP crash test result, a gruff diesel engine and vague steering feel, the Duster offers a frugal range of engines, a spacious cabin and incredible value for money. Click here to read our review.
This potty Fiesta ST has proved a huge hit with readers since we tested it a couple of weeks ago.
Engineering firm Collins Performance has essentially taken a standard Ford Fiesta ST3 and fettled the 1.6-litre turbo four-pot motor so it produces 270bhp and 265lb ft. It turns the already-potent and entertaining standard Fiesta ST into an eye-popping experience.
To read our verdict, click here.
The first production car to come out of Jaguar Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations Division is still making a big impact with Autocar's online contingent.
Click here to read our verdict on the 542bhp Range Rover Sport SVR.
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