New EQ Power engine provides low company car tax and high fuel economy.
The CLA is longer and wider than the forthcoming A-Class saloon, promising a more dynamic driving experience.
The LS is beautifully made, exquisitely designed and fairly exclusive.
Impressive mpg means new Camry really could be a feasible alternative to a diesel for higher mileage users.
Eye-catching looks, true Range Rover luxury and RDE2 engines, mean Evoque's success story looks set to continue for some time yet.
This stylish car doesn’t look destined to become a one-hit wonder.
The Lexus UX is fitted with a hybrid system offering low CO2 emissions from 94g/km, giving it a sizable tax advantage over rivals.
With more than 500 litres of boot space, the V60 Cross Country provides a cost-effective SUV alternative with a great driving experience
The Kona Electric is cheap, good to drive, spacious and provides a useable range, but supply constraints mean it's not for everyone.
Lexus ES has made refinement a top priority so it features more sound deadening than any of its previous models.
Overall, the Rav4 is an accomplished, practical package, which offers company car drivers a tempting all-round proposition.
While the interior quality is high, the cheaper Volvo XC40 is a nicer place to be.
Mazda3 is unarguably Mazda's 'very best' thanks to Skyactiv-X engine
Van-derived MPV is based on the smallest Transit
Two years on from its launch the Nissan Micra still drives well
Mini’s first plug-in hybrid's "stretched out" design raises the question, 'is it really a Mini?'
We look at the latest redesign which no longer offers a diesel version
The 508 SW is intended to bridge the gap between the two ends of the estate cars market
Ford Fiesta 1.0T ST Line's additional features could avoid costly end of lease damage charges in long-term test review
Tarraco is priced and equipped to compete strongly with segment rivals
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