Good: Sliding side doors and no central pillar mean unimpeded access. Five star Euro NCAP rating. Engines include 1.0 litre three-cylinder EcoBoost petrol. Decent drive.
Bad: Autos start at £17,255. No models under 100g/km. Doors are thick and subsequently heavy to close.
Good: Neat styling. More practical than a Focus. Fine blend of ride comfort, handling and driver enjoyment. 1.6 TDCI emits 119g/km. High quality interior.
Bad: Small back window cuts rearwards visibility. 18-inch wheels don't do the ride any favours.
Good: Practical and spacious small SUV based on the Fiesta. Comes with Ford's impressive 1.0 EcoBoost engine. Good quality ride.
Bad: Spare wheel on the back looks ugly. Door opens the wrong way for RHD. Handling not up to Ford's usual standards.
Good: Coming to the UK in 2015.
Bad: So far only shown as a concept car.
Good: Sharper look for the updated Fiesta. Comes with Ford's award winning 1.0 EcoBoost three-cylinder. Promises to be even better.
Bad: Lots of strong hatchback competition around.
Good: EcoBoost engine with 180PS and enhanced torque vectoring control make the 2013 Fiesta ST quick, sharp and safe.
Bad: Insurance for younger drivers might be a problem
Good: Refined, upmarket feel to the cabin. Comfortable and quiet on the move. More efficient petrol and diesel engines. Better ride quality. Excellent £750 Driver Assist Pack, good standard equipment.
Bad: About 50 litres less bootspace than previous model. Engines all still belt cam.
Good: As good as the hatchback. Great to drive and very refined. Upmarket and comfortable interior. Usefully large boot. The best looking estate this size.
Bad: Top 2.0 TDCI PowerShift automatic models are pricey.
Good: Fitted with impressive 250PS EcoBoost engine. Available as a hatchback or an estate. Great value for money compared to other hot hatches.
Bad: Doesn't quite have the character of the previous ST. Engine is very quiet and subdued exhaust note will disappoint some hot hatch fans
Good: Good to drive and comfortable. Versatile with foldaway seats. Generally good quality. Diesel automatic option. Plenty of room in all back seats.
Bad: No spare wheel but TPMS and runflat option from 2010.
Good: Seven seats as standard along with sliding side doors. Outstanding combination of ride and handling. Good range of low emission petrol and diesel engines.
Bad: A seven-seater for young families rather than those with tall teenagers.
Good: Fun to drive and economical, based on the Fiat 500 but handles so much better it donated its suspension improvements to the Fiat. More room in rear than 500.
Bad: Diesel engine not worth the extra. Never got TwinAir engine.
Good: Probably the sportiest handling SUV in the £20k-£30k bracket. More spacious than original. Options include electric tailgate that works by kicking your foot under the rear bumper.
Bad: Ride on 18-inch and especially on 19-inch wheels is hard.
Good: Fantastic to drive. Refined and comfortable to travel in. Massively roomy cabin and huge boot. Quality apparent wherever you look. Excellent value. Efficient ECOnetic and EcoBoost models.
Bad: Large size means it can be tricky to park without parking sensors. Top model list prices quite high new.
Good: New Mondeo is sharper looking and more efficient than current model. Available with 125PS 1.0 EcoBoost engine.
Bad: On sale date put back from spring to autumn 2013. Delayed again until late 2014 due to closure of Genk factory. Delayed again to 2015.
Good: Fantastic to drive. Refined and comfortable to travel in. Massively roomy cabin and huge oad capacity. Excellent value. Efficient ECOnetic models.
Bad: Large size means it can be tricky to park without parking sensors. Top models list prices quite high new.
Good: All-new Mustang will come in right hand drive, new suspension front and rear, promises to be far more sophisticated and refined than current Mustang.
Bad: V8 will sound good but likely to be very thirsty.
Good: Stylish and rugged looks, comfortable cabin and option of five-seat Super Cab model, five star Euro NCAP crash safety rating, impressive towing ability.
Bad: Some interior plastics look a little cheap especially on base models, 2.2 TDCi engine noisy when pushed.
Good: A seven seater sports car. Strong blend of comfort and handling, improved in 2010 with better diesels and Ecoboost engines.
Bad: 1.8 TDCI best avoided.
Good: Hugely practical, with up to 16 seating configurations, based on the excellent Transit Connect van, impressive range of engines
Bad: Doesn't handle or go as well as a Mazda5 or a C-MAX.
Good: More refined and better to drive than before, impressive interior quality, powered by 2.2-litre diesel engine with improved economy, more than 450 model variants, Bluetooth as standard.
Bad: Other vans offer more overall loadspace.
Cars not officially imported to the UK