The new Mercedes C Class boasts the levels of technology and comfort you'd expect from this long-standing executive saloon.
The latest Toyota Yaris retains the model’s ethos of being one of the more sensible superminis on the market.
Renault Captur continued the winning combination that made the first model so popular - an attractively-styled body car.
Corolla is yet another model that is now powered by Toyota’s tried-and-tested ‘self-charging’ petrol-electric hybrid technology.
Unlike some other models, the Prius Plug-In has a very different look to the ‘self-charging’ hybrid model.
Skoda Octavia iV is yet another motorway mile-munching saloon to receive the hybrid treatment.
The BMW X5 has been near to the top of the premium SUV class since its inception 20 years ago and the new plug-in hybrid 45e.
Same plug-in hybrid powertrains as the C-Class PHEV, so the petrol option is good for regular short trips.
The BMW 3 Series is UK’s most complete car: a high-quality, well-built and practical saloon that’s great to drive, and comfortable.
Kia’s Niro SUV is available in impressive all-electric and plug-in hybrid versions but the standard, ‘self-charging’ PHEV model.