The car’s plentiful on-paper appeal is supported ably by the driving experience.
New DS 9 puts the focus back on comfort as it enters the executive car segment.
The Enyaq should be a success with company car drivers by offering the family-friendly practicality for which Skoda has become known in an SUV package.
The Ioniq 5’s desirable looks, good performance and comfortable ride, make it an ideal contender in the premium market.
As the self-proclaimed creator of the crossover segment, the introduction of the third-generation Qashqai is a major milestone for Nissan.
Now in its fifth generation, the compact executive has borrowed more than just looks from its bigger brother the S-Class
Seat has given the Ateca a mild facelift and simplified the model range
The new Kia Sorento now competes with cars from established premium brands.
The XE still makes a great company car with competitive running costs, enjoyable handling and desirable badge kudos.
Whatever trim level or powertrain option is considered, ID4 is an impressive package, ticking a lot of the boxes company car drivers seek.
By developing the car from the ground up to be an EV, Fiat has managed to avoid some of the packaging and driveability compromises experienced in some other cars.
Cecond-generation Mirai is bigger, more powerful, cheaper and able to travel further when fully refuelled than its predecessor.
At its core, the Mini’s key attributes of being affordable, desirable and fun to drive remain intact.
The XC40 is proficient in many areas, however, we feel a more affordable, lighter variant would make more sense for company car drivers.
The BMW 5 Series is our pick of the executive cars from both a fleet and company car driver perspective.
Journeys of more than 100 miles in the Mazda MX-30 are likely to require a charging stop.
Suzuki is confident several factors will make the Swace a winning fleet choice.
While a smaller boot space is par for the course with electric vehicles (EVs), the A3’s boot is still smaller than key rival the Mercedes-Benz A250e.
During the past 6 months we have enjoyed the Octavia’s clever features, cabin space and refinement.
Electric vehicle batteries degrade over time, reducing range, but there are ways to slow down the decline.
As manufacturers consider a variety of ways to use electrification to reduce vehicle CO2 emissions, we look at the different technologies.
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