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Good: Japanese build quality and reliability should come as standard. Retro styling sets it apart from rivals. High standard of interior fit and finish
Bad: Turbocharged engine suffers from lag at lower revs. Tiny boot. Brakes are not sharp. Softer and doesn't feel as together as an MX5. Withdrawn from UK market from January 2018.
Good: Funky looks and desirable image. Faithful to original. Easy to drive in town. TwinAir and Multijet emit less than 100g/km. Suspension improved from 2010.
Bad: Not as good to drive or as practical as a Volkswagen Up or Hyundai i10. 1.2-litre petrol engine sluggish but economical. Dualogic best avoided.
Good: Characterful and charismatic. Funky retro look inside and out. Fun TwinAir engine.
Bad: Cramped inside for 6 footers. Not much room in the back. TwinAir struggles to match official economy. Rear visibility poor with the roof retracted.
Good: Unique looks. Some fun cabin flourishes. Tall and spacious. Cheap to run with the right engine. Good safety
Bad: Lower-priced engines are uneconomical and slow, suspect cabin quality. Expensive further up the range.
Good: Available with five or seven seats. Lots of space. Diesel comfortable and quiet on the move. Quirky looks.
Bad: TwinAir engine not man enough. Third row of seats only suited to children. No fun to drive. Rear suspension too stiff when unladen.
Good: Stylish crossover that's easy to drive and surprisingly practical. Impressive ride comfort. Diesels offer good economy.
Bad: Steering lacks feel. High spec versions are pricey. Rear leg room is limited.
Good: Huge space. Massively practical. Great diesel engines. Decent ride quality and hardwearing interior.
Bad: Can be noisy especially under hard acceleration. Styling not to everyone's taste. Lacks refinement.
Good: Good value. Comfortable on the move. Impressive diesel engines. Big improvement on old Doblo. Available as a dropside.
Bad: Noisy on the motorway.
Good: Tight turning circle. Comfortable cabin with room for three. Strong 2.3-litre diesel engine.
Bad: Noisy engines. Disappointingly no ESP as standard until April 2013. Sluggish semi-automatic gearbox.
Good: Surprisingly good performance from small diesel. Good quality interior. Less than four metres long so easy to slot into small spaces and ideal for town.
Bad: Not really suited to longer journeys. Noisy at higher speeds.
Good: Based on the Mitsubishi L200. 3.1 tonne towing capacity. Strong 2.4-litre diesel engine.
Bad: Some versions are more expensive than their Mitsubishi counterparts. Ride can get uncomfortable on rough roads. Noisy five-speed auto gearbox.
Good: New Panda has a softer shape and less boxy look. 1.2-litre or TwinAir engines. More upmarket interior. Good headroom. Softer suspension than previous Panda.
Bad: Not as cheap as you would expect. Rear seat does not double fold and leave a flat floor. Zero points in 2018 Euro NCAP crash test.
Good: Improvement in ride comfort. Outstandingly capable off road and in snow. Well equipped. Charming.
Bad: Disappointing Real MPG from TwinAir. Relatively expensive. Rear diffs still spring oil leaks.
Good: Low running costs thanks to economical engines. Impressive MultiAir petrols. Good levels of standard kit. Comes with a driver's knee airbag and five three point seatbelts.
Bad: Overly firm ride. Gear change not positive enough. Initially too expensive. Zero star 2017 Euro NCAP rating.
Good: Cheap and compact MPV with twin sliding side doors. Practical with 2500 litre capacity. Suitable for wheelchair conversion.
Bad: Ride quality is far from brilliant. Diesels are noisy. No thrills and van-like interior.
Good: Based on impressive Renault Trafic, easy to drive, strong diesel engines.
Bad: Standard equipment is a little thin, will only carry 1.2 tonnes, lacks the advanced safety tech of its rivals.
Good: Comfortable and easy to drive. Spacious. Sturdily built. Good value. £5k less than an equivalent Golf.
Bad: Not the best engines in the class. Tiny touchscreen system. Less gadgets than the similar Nissan Pulsar. Advanced safety tech is optional.
Good: Good value. Practical load area and rear seats. Easy to drive. Good level of standard kit.
Bad: Engine range isn't great. Does nothing outstanding. Best safety gear is optional.
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