Good: Cheap to run. Economical and perky 1.0-litre engine. Fun to drive. Decent cabin room. Ideal first car. 2012 model emits 99g/km CO2.
Bad: Not good for long motorway journeys. Some problems with leaks. Clutch and waterpump failures common on 2005 - 2009 models. Stronger clutch fitted from 2009.
Good: Small SUV competes with Nissan Juke. Engines includes three-cylinder petrol emitting 99g/km of CO2.
Bad: Direct competitor to Renault Captur in a market niche that is rapidly becoming crowded. But Grip Control sets it apart.
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: Disjointed feeling between acceleration, steering and general handing. XY model much better and no problem in this respect.
Good: Performance version of the 208 gets a 1.6-litre THP engine with 200bhp.
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: Five-star crash test rating. Excellent THP 150 petrol engine and fine handling. HDi 90 120g/km. 98g/km e-HDi from Summer 2011.
Bad: The looks. High boot lip makes body stronger but boot harder to load.
Good: Better looking and improved quality, low emissions engines, five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Not the best value for money.
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: Versatile update of 307SW on 308 floorpan. 3 x Isofix sliding, folding centre rear seats. Excellent handling. THP 150 6-speed best.
Bad: Centre seats have to be slid back before then can be tipped for people to get out of the back.
Good: Roomy, full 7-seat MPV with disappearing rearmost seats, 2,500 litre capacity, good ride quality and decent driver appeal. Very comfortable. Well priced.
Bad: Understeers predictably and controllably when pushed on greasy roads. 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: Useful 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: Versatile and comfortable van, available as a crew van, decent on the motorway.
Bad: Gearchange could be better.
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.