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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
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
A mighty all-rounder with the pace to humble a Ferrari 360 and the space to swallow a family.
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
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