Best cars for 2020

Best Cars For 2020

Our pick of the best cars on the market

Looking for a new motor to get you from A to B? Whatever you’re after, check out our pick of the best on the market.

Best Small Car – Volkswagen Polo
If you’re looking for a small car that packs a punch, the Polo is our pick. The driving quality is great whether cruising around the city or doing long stretches on the motorway and the interior is neat and classy.

Best Value Car – Toyota Aygo
If price is your main concern, you can’t go wrong with the Aygo. It’s cost-effective without being cheap. The engine is low-cost to run, but features include smartphone screen mirroring infotainment system, reversing camera and leather wrapped steering wheel.

Best Small SUV – Ford Puma
Not only does the Puma drive really nicely, it’s also super practical, with lots of space in the seats and in the boot, and economical when it comes to running costs.

Best SUV – Range Rover Evoque
Certainly not the cheapest on our list, but if you’re after something that feels a bit more ‘luxury’ without losing the driving experience, the Evoque gets our vote. It drives well and the interior, complete with optional leather seats, is seriously impressive.

Best Family Car – Peugeot 5008
Looking for something for all the family? Look no further than the 5008. With its 7 seats, there’s plenty of space for everyone, and all the stuff they bring with them. Perfect for heading off for those weekends at the beach.

Best Estate – Skoda Superb Estate
If space is top of your list when it comes to buying a new car, this could be just what you’re looking for. The driver’s seat, passenger seats and boot space are unrivalled by any other estates making for an extremely comfortable ride for all, regardless of how far you’re travelling.

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