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Good: Sliding side doors as standard. Very spacious with a good quality interior. Frugal and low CO2 TDI engines. Sister car to the new Volkswagen Sharan but better value.
Bad: Not thrilling to look at but then few MPVs are.
Good: Smooth and comfortable motorway cruiser. Excellent in town with the 1.0 TSI petrol engine. All models are well-equipped as standard.
Bad: Lumpy gearing for 1.5 TSI Evo engine. Lots of wind noise, even at low speeds. Drab interior. 5-seaters rendered 4-seaters by centre rear seatbelt buckle fault.
Good: Very comfortable and refined with impressive ride quality. Lots of room for those in the back along with a large boot. Good value for money. 1.6 TDI should prove very economical. Five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: No spare wheel as standard. Cabin design is drab. Slack throttle response in some automatic versions.
Good: Excellent 1.0 and 1.5 petrol engines, calm and comfortable ride quality, has one of the largest boots in its class.
Bad: Not as sharp to drive as its rivals, standard kit is a little thin, disappointing air con and heating system.
Good: Big improvements in quality and refinement over previous Leon. Great to drive with sharp handling. Good value. Shares same base as latest A3 and Golf.
Bad: Only top models have fully independent rear suspension.
Good: Great fun to drive with superb handling. Throaty exhaust note. Well equipped as standard.
Bad: More expensive than a Ford Focus ST.
Good: Shorter and sharper looking version of Leon. Impressive combination of ride and handling. Good value for money.
Bad: Pitched as a coupe so not quite as spacious as the five-door Leon. High boot lip makes loading awkward.
Good: Very good looking estate version of the impressive new Leon. Rides and handles well. Boot space is bigger than Audi A6 Avant or Ford Mondeo Estate.
Bad: Not much cheaper than a Volkswagen Golf Estate in mid level specification.
Good: SEAT version of Volkswagen Up. Powered by low emission 1.0-litre engine. Ecomotive emits below 100g/km CO2. Easy and fun to drive. Good value for money.
Bad: Not as distinctively styled as the Up and only slightly cheaper. Terrible automated manual transmission. High incidence of clutch failure on manuals. Timing belts need replacing at 3 years or 30k miles.
Good: 'Sporty' large seven-seater based on Skoda Kodiaq. Plug-In version in the pipeline. Built by Volkswagen at Wolfsburg.
Bad: A 2019 model.
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