Which reliable, economical small car has a large boot?

We are pensioners who currently drive a Clio Campus (last of the previous marque) that has been reliable, economical, comfortable and has a decent sized boot, but we now need to find a replacement. The much-favoured models such as the KIA Picanto and the Hyundai i10 do not fit the bill as their boots are far too small. Our criteria include good economy, comfort, reliability, ride quality and a large boot. Price is not as important but under £12,000 would be preferable. Is this too much to ask?

Asked on 14 April 2012 by BB, Steyning

Answered by Honest John
The base model Honda Jazz 1.2 is huge inside and amazingly versatile.
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