Hand-Picked by Honest John
These are the models that Honest John recommends more than any other. Read on to find out why...
"What's the 'perfect car'? For me, after test driving thousands of cars in my lifetime, the perfect car is the one I'm driving now: a BMW 320d ED"
Packed with Skyactiv technology, the Mazda 6 delivers impressive economy, comfort and performance.
Fast, practical and gorgeous, the F-Type Coupe ticks all of the boxes for the definitive grand tourer.
It may not look especially different but this is the all new Porsche Boxster with more power and performance than ever before.
The cheapest of the new Audi A3 Cabrios turns out to be the 'sweet spot' of the range, with enough seat and luggage capacity for a family of four.
New Ford Tourneo Connect launches a serious challenge to the Citroen Berlingo Multispace and the Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Life.
The Mercedes-Benz S500 offers a sublime drive and exceptional kit, while the plug-in hybrid model emits just 69g/km.
With a top speed of 155mph, yet a CO2 of 149g/km, the F30 328i is probably the closest to perfection you can get in a medium sized saloon.
The 2013 Ford Fiesta ST is all torque, with 240Nm from 1500-5000rpm and enhanced torque vectoring control to make sure it never gets out of hand.
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Infiniti adds a smooth, impressive new petrol engine to its Q50 - is it enough for buyers to take note?
Not sold in Europe, South East Asia’s most popular car has been given a more prestigious look.
With a sleeker look, a better interior and improved engines the revised Focus improves on what was already a winning formula.
Vauxhall's fashion-conscious Adam gets taller, chunkier and comes with a folding canvas roof - but is it a case of style over substance?
The unfamiliar ‘E’ part in Volkswagen Golf GTE stands for ‘electric’, but it could just as easily stand for ‘evolutionary’.
The new Renault Twingo is unique in having its engine where Renault engines used to be in the 1950s and 1960s. Porsche still makes this work. But does Renault?
The Ford EcoSport doesn't do anything remarkable, but it's still a worthy addition to the ever expanding compact crossover market.
If you want an electric car without standing out from the crowd then the e-Golf is exactly what you're looking for.