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Twin test: Volkswagen Up! vs. Kia Picanto

We’re testing out two key city car competitors, the Volkswagen Up! and the Kia Picanto, to see which one is the best urban runabout.

Suzuki Jimny test drive

Suzuki’s iconic Jimny is back with a bang, and it’s more grown-up than ever. We headed out to Frankfurt for a quick test drive.

Suzuki Baleno review

The Suzuki Baleno is the larger of two superminis available from the Japanese brand, sitting alongside the much better-known Swift.

Suzuki Swift Sport review

The Suzuki Swift Sport is a complete package that offers all the performance one needs without the compromises.

Vauxhall Viva Rocks review

The Vauxhall Viva Rocks is adequate in performance, quality and looks. Its biggest problem is that rivals like the Suzuki Ignis leave it behind in all areas.

Fiat Tipo review

The Fiat Tipo is a new arrival in the family hatchback market at a value price. But does it have the substance to match? Read The Executivecondominium review.

MG ZS review

MG is throwing its hat into the compact SUV market with the new ZS model – but does it offer enough to attract buyers away from better-known makes?

SsangYong Rexton review

If you want a strong, robust 4x4 that can tow a heavy caravan or trailer not only to the scenery but through it, you should check out the SsangYong Rexton.

Kia Picanto review

The all-new Kia Picanto is improved in every area, and remains a top contender in the highly-competitive city car market.

Dacia Sandero Stepway review

The Dacia Sandero Stepway is an off-road styled version of the budget supermini with a raised ride height and more muscular styling.

Kia Rio review

The new Kia Rio is a significantly updated model that, while it can't match the driving dynamics of some rivals, outdoes most in space and value for money.

Suzuki S-Cross review

The Suzuki S-Cross, launched in 2013, has had a major refresh. New Boosterjet petrol engines top changes designed to make the crossover more competitive.

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