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Good: Key areas are much improved over 107. Easy to drive and park in town. Sprightly, lively petrol engines. Fabric-roofed 'Top' version available.
Bad: Overall package isn't quite as good as a Volkswagen Up.
Good: Upmarket styling both inside and out. Frugal engine range and low running costs. Decent space for adults in the back. Grip Control makes it better than many 4x4s in the snow.
Bad: Not as practical as rival small crossovers. Disappointing manual gearchange. EGC automatic gearbox is jerky and unpleasant.
Good: Improves on the 206 CC in every single area. A quite impressive coupe-cabriolet. Best of the CCs this size.
Bad: Too cramped in the rear for adults to sit comfortably for long.
Good: Lighter than the 207. Interesting dash layout. Small steering wheel. Available with economical new three-cylinder petrol engines. Luxurious XY model.
Bad: Gear change action isn't great. Lower trim level models feel less polished and less well made than higher spec cars.
Good: Big improvement on the 207 GTi. Classy interior. Fun to drive.
Bad: Lacks the handling finesse of other hot hatches. Is expensive compared to the Fiesta ST.
Good: Good to drive as well as practical. Economical and sensibly priced. 99g/km Hybrid4 Congestion Charge exempt.
Bad: Dumpy looks. Eyewatering price of Hybrid4 from £26,600.
Good: Quiet and refined. Big improvement in quality over previous 308. Impressive 1.2 Puretech petrol engines. Five star Euro NCAP rating. European car of the year 2014.
Bad: Clunky manual gear change.
Good: Much improved over 307CC, good range of engines and transmissions, likely to be more robust than 307CC.
Bad: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Optional 18-inch wheels with 225/40s don't help the ride. Four speed autobox was a duffer.
Good: 308 Station Wagon offers 660/1,775 litres loadspace. Available with 130PS three-cylinder Puretech petrol engine and 85g/km 1.6 eHDi diesel engines. European Car of the Year 2014.
Bad: Satnav mapping out of date.
Good: Roomy, full seven-seat MPV with disappearing rearmost seats. 2506-litre boot capacity. Good ride quality. Very comfortable. Well priced.
Bad: Good, but not a sporty drive.
Good: Substantial new 'big' Peugeot, neatly styled, 1.6-litre, 2.0-litre and 2.2-litre diesels from 112PS to 204PS.
Bad: Styling imposing rather than elegant.
Good: Small but usefully practical small van, easy to drive in town with a tight turning circle, cheap to run thanks to economical 1.4 HDi engine.
Bad: Noisy on the motorway.
Good: Good value for money, plenty of space for rear passengers, easy to drive, low running costs.
Bad: Based on the Bipper van and somewhat lacking in refinement.
Good: Seats up to nine people and has stacks of safety and comfort kit. Useful height-adjustable suspension and sliding rear doors on both sides.
Bad: Van-based looks won't turn heads, should that kind of thing bother you.
Good: Really perky, fun to drive small electric town car with 90mile range. Fuel cost for 10,000 miles a mere £208.
Bad: £415 a month 4 year all-inclusive lease is still expensive for the sort of elderly people who would really benefit from this car. 90% will go to government agencies, councils and fleets.
Good: Based on the 308 so rides and drives very well, available as a crew van, decent on the motorway with little road noise.
Bad: Gearchange could be better, basic S model is base is quite poorly equipped and does without a sliding side door.
Good: Excellent Multi Activity Family Vehicle based on C4/308 floorpan so with fine, car-like handling. Comfortable, hugely versatile and very useful.
Bad: Car snobs need not apply.
Good: A revelation on the road with superb handling. Great styling with double bubble coupe roof. THP 200 engine is the pick of the range. Available with HDi diesel.
Bad: Lower powered 156bhp version of 1.6-litre THP engine lacks zest. Notchy gearchange. Pointless back seats.
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