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.
Peugeot's 1.2 Puretech 130 offers more torque and better economy than Ford's 1.0 EcoBoost 125.
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The previous Mondeo Estate was a huge success, scoring highly for its fantastic drive and excellent value. Will its much-delayed replacement continue the success?
The well-equipped Levorg is keenly priced at £27,495, which pitches it up against the Skoda Octavia Scout, Ford Mondeo 4WD and Volvo V60 Cross Country.
Suzuki's new Baleno combines a sporty new 1.0 litre 3-cylinder engine with a lightweight body and lots of space inside. We try three pre-production versions.
After achieving 153.5mpg over 60 miles of hill country, we can confirm that Audi's Q7 is no longer a diesel-guzzling leviathan.
It might still have two ‘barn’ doors for accessing the boot, but that’s about the only thing the new MINI Clubman has in common with its predecessor.
The Q30 is designed as an alternative to the Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series. But does it have what it takes to cut the mustard as a premium hatchback?
The 308 GTi is based on the best Peugeot for many years. So has the French brand finally rediscovered its hot hatch mojo?
With the Mirai, Toyota has got closest to building a practical car that runs on pollution-free, infinitely renewable energy. HJ takes one for an afternoon drive.
Nissan gives the all-electric Leaf a better battery for an even bigger range - but is it enough to diminish range anxiety?