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It's the iconic city car that stands out for its style.
First released back in 1957, the Fiat 500 returned after a 32-year hiatus in 2007. Since its return, it has remained a popular choice among drivers that have recently passed their test and those looking or a city runner.
Fiat designed the 500 to catch attention with its striking retro-inspired design that makes it instantly recognisable out on the road.
The four-seater rivals the likes of the Volkswagen Up!, SEAT Mii and Renault Twingo.
It can seat adults comfortably in the rear but is most practical for shorter journeys and is famed for being easy to drive.
The driving position is elevated, giving drivers a decent view of the road. In models with manual transmission, the gear stick is high on the central dashboard so it’s close to the steering wheel.
The small city car has a compact boot of 185 litres. It’s a decent space for a shopping trip or a couple of holdalls for a weekend away. By comparison, the Renault Twingo has 188 litres of capacity. If you need more space, you can fold the seats down to create 550 litres of space for bulkier items.
Overall, the Fiat 500 is fairly low cost to run, and in terms of insurance, it falls into groups 3 to 15.
There's a reason why the Vauxhall Corsa is one of the UK's best-selling cars.
And this fifth-generation version has been a huge sales success for the French brand.
The recently updated Corsa now fits visually in with the rest of the latest Vauxhall range thanks to the adoption of the brand's distinctive 'Vizor'-style front grille, a single solid black panel with a restyled Griffin badge.
The Corsa has three trims – the base trim is the 'Design', the mid-range 'GS' trim is next and then there's the top 'Ultimate' trim.
Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone-mirroring is included, as is 'Connected 3D' navigation, over-the-air software updates and ‘Hey Vauxhall’ voice control. The seven-inch digital instrument screen has also been improved with sharper graphics. Meanwhile, a wireless charging mat is offered for the first time.
Other cabin changes include fresh upholstery choices, a redesign for the steering wheel and gear selector – and a revised high-resolution wide-view rear camera.
And if you've got a family, there's plenty of room to put the kids' school bags in the boot, which is 309 litres in size.
A mid-sized SUV, the Peugeot 3008 delivers a best-in-class range of features, growing its enduring popularity.
In a competitive vehicle class, the Peugeot 3008’s rivals include the ŠKODA Karoq, Ford Kuga and Nissan Qashqai.
However, the Peugeot 3008’s large size means there is ample storage and boot space for every need. With the rear seats up, many 3008s have 592 litres of space, expanding to 1,670 litres when the seats are folded down.
For added safety, it also features a removable floor and plenty of netting to help keep your luggage upright while stowed. Compared to the Karoq’s standard 521 litres and Qashqai’s 504 litres of boot space, the Peugeot 3008’s large boot space is a highly appealing feature.
And getting the 3008 ready for family journeys is no hassle with ISOFIX points conveniently fitted on the front passenger seat and two rear window-side seats.
You've probably realised by now that the market for SUVs is extremely competitive.
But the Grandland X, Vauxhall’s third and largest SUV to date, certainly holds its own.
Prioritising space and comfort, the Grandland X is perfect for adventurous families, accommodating five people with ease and offering multiple seating and storage configurations.
Launched much later than rivals such as the Nissan Qashqai, Peugeot 3008 and ŠKODA Karoq, the Grandland X was Vauxhall’s way of putting an affordable, family-friendly stamp on the crossover trend.
If you’re heading to the airport or require plenty of storage space for a trip away, the Grandland X offers a 514-litre boot with all the seats up, which is ample for the weekly shop or a light pushchair. This expands to an impressive 1,652 litres with the seats down, perfect for several suitcases, sports equipment or bulky items.
Step inside the Vauxhall Grandland X and you’ll discover a spacious, well-organised and beautifully crafted cabin that prioritises the comfort of both driver and passengers.
The Mercedes GLA is a compact and stylish SUV packed with tons of high-tech and a choice of quality engines.
This model is the smallest SUV car in the Mercedes-Benz range, but for its size, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by its practicality and luxury appeal compared to others in its class.
Its styling is similar to a hatchback, but you get a better vantage point as it sits higher than your average car. The exterior also exudes the brand’s premium aesthetic with powerful proportions and strong lines throughout.
For anyone looking for a reliable and luxurious car, Mercedes-Benz GLA comes in a variety of trim levels.
Meanwhile, the technology and infotainment systems are another area where this model shines. The dashboard showcases a striking and intuitive configuration with twin screens, powered by the brand’s MBUX system, which is top of its class compared to other brands.
The 10.25-inch infotainment screens offer a wide variety of functions, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, while you can also activate voice control with a simple ‘Hey Mercedes’ command to get started.