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Good: Plenty of kit as standard. Quirky looks.
Bad: Noisy engine. Interior feels cheap compared to the Volkswagen Up. Not much space. Steering wheel doesn't adjust for reach.
Good: Larger Camry hybrid replaces Avensis in Toyota range. 2.5 176PS petrol engine + 120PS electric motor. Genuine 55mpg potential. Well equipped. Lovely steering. Prices from £29,995.
Bad: Unlike the Ford Mondeo Vignale hybrid and Passat GTE there is no Toyota Camry hybrid estate.
Good: Outstanding ride, road holding and handling. A pleasure to drive. 1.2 petrol or 1.8 hybrid. Solid build quality.
Bad: Rear headroom is tight for adults. Rear seats don't fold flat. Hybrid isn't as fun to drive as the 1.2 manual. No diesel engines.
Good: Far better to drive than the Auris. Hybrid models are very efficient. Interior feels upmarket. Plenty of equipment as standard.
Bad: Not as practical as rivals. No diesel option.
Good: Corolla Touring Sports replaced Auris Touring Sports. Sportier 180PS 2.0 litre hybrid offered as well as 1.8 hybrid and 1.2 petrol.
Bad: No diesels.
Good: Hugely enjoyable and involving to drive. Great amounts of grip and superb handling. Free-revving 2.0-litre non-turbo engine produces 200PS. Low rev torque improves for 2017 MY.
Bad: Cabin lacking in quality. Not suited to sitting in busy traffic. Poor torque up to 2016.
Good: Large and useable load area. Great off-road. Wide choice of body styles. 3.5 tonne towing capacity.
Bad: Not as good on the road as some of its pick-up rivals. Average fuel economy. Top spec models are expensive.
Good: Big and tough. Good off road and good for towing. Excellent reliability record. You feel invincible.
Bad: Expensive to buy and run. Old-fashioned to drive on the road. High boot floor.
Good: The first serious production hydrogen fuel cell car. Very quiet, pleasant and relaxed to drive.
Bad: Very expensive to buy at £66,000 (before any government grants).
Good: Low emissions of 70g/km. Relaxed, quiet and comfortable. Spacious cabin. Lots of safety kit as standard. TNGA platform provides excellent ride, handling and steering.
Bad: Expensive to buy new. Official fuel economy figures are unrealistic in real world driving.
Good: 30 miles of realistic pure electric range. Practical, smooth, comfortable and quiet. Well-equipped.
Bad: Thousands of pounds more than the standard Prius. Needs to be charged frequently or makes no financial sense.
Good: Hybrid only seven-seater. Low emissions of 96g/km for Icon trim. Easy to drive. Spacious interior and seven seats as standard.
Bad: Expensive compared to other MPVs. CVT gearbox not pleasant to accelerate hard, so you don't. A bigger battery would have taken it further.
Good: Easy to drive and cheap to run. Will carry up to three Euro pallets and tow 2.5 tonnes. Backed by Toyota's five-year warranty.
Bad: No high-roof option. Sliding doors feel cheap. Entry-level models don't get air con or alarm as standard.
Good: Cheap to run. Capable of carrying up to nine. Lots of interior space. Backed by Toyota's five year warranty.
Bad: Rivals are better to drive. Boot space is limited when all of the seats are in place. Some of the engines lack refinement.
Good: Efficient hybrid crossover available with two- or four-wheel drive. Spacious and robust interior. Very quiet and refined to drive.
Bad: Not everyone will like how it looks. No seven-seat option. Expensive compared to rivals like the Skoda Karoq.
Good: Return of the Supra uses a BMW-sourced 3.0-litre six-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine producing 335PS.
Bad: Only 300 for the UK in 2019 and sold out before its arrival.
Good: Enjoyable to drive. Economical engines. Spacious. Available with a smooth and economical hybrid engine.
Bad: Doesn't feel as upmarket or as plush as some rivals.
Good: Fizzy and exciting. Probably the purist hot hatch on the market.
Bad: Expensive. Drab interior. All sold out...
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