Fabulous but flawed, the Clio V6 transcends most objective criteria. We’re just glad such a car exists.
V6 and DSG ’box are just as successful in the Roadster as they are in the Coupé
A mighty all-rounder with the pace to humble a Ferrari 360 and the space to swallow a family.
If you can overlook the flaws still present from the original car, Xtreme's £3400 conversion is well worth the money
At last, a small Volvo that lives up to its billing. But smaller-engined, cheaper models might make more sense
Dull to drive, but metal roof adds glamour and practicality. It would have things all its own way, but for the Mégane CC.
All-new Legacy still the driver’s choice, but now with a smart interior to enhance appeal. Greener engines cut running costs for company
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Better equipped, better value and better to drive - especially in diesel guise
No GT to drive, but the new powertrain is a quantum leap and strong mid-range torque makes cruising eerily quiet and relaxed. Styling much improved
Entry-level Touareg handles well enough, and is solidly built, but 2.5 diesel doesn’t have the refinement you’d expect
Volvo’s best effort in this sector by a mile. Retains essential Volvo character despite being closely related to the Ford Focus
A comfortable and attractive car, but a little underpowered; the engine is coarse and the steering overlight, making its sport badge slightly fanciful