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Parkers overall rating: 4.7 out of 5 4.7


Volkswagen Up

4 out of 5 4.0

With its cutely titled up! hatchback, Volkswagen has put together a clever package at a very competitive price. It may not be as left-field as the original rear engine concept that first appeared at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2007 but it delivers a good level of refinement and an interior of a high quality that’s unusual in this sector of the... read more


  • Good level of refinement for its size
  • High-quality interior
  • Competitive pricing


  • Little feedback from steering
  • More expensive than Mii and Citigo sister cars

Kia Picanto Hatchback

4.1 out of 5 4.1

Since going on sale in 2011, the outgoing Kia Picanto found more than 1.4 million homes during its life-cycle, with more than 300,000 of these in Europe. Kia’s smallest model in the line-up is important – it’s the fourth best-selling model in the UK range. The new one aims to continue that success by following the Korean company’s philosophy of a... read more


  • Stylish yet practical body style
  • Well-equipped, well-made interior
  • Plenty of trims to choose from
  • Easy to drive
  • Big boot for its size


  • Engines need working hard
  • Styling may be fussy for some
  • Slightly higher running costs than rivals

Hyundai i10

4 out of 5 4.0

There’s been a wholesale change in philosophy for the second-generation Hyundai i10, with the company claiming the new city car is one people will choose to buy rather than feel they have to. In a class that includes the Volkswagen Up!, Toyota Aygo and the MG3, that’s a bold claim. So is the i10 now no longer the emergency purchase it once... read more


  • Spacious, well-made interior
  • Refined, economical engines
  • Feels like a larger car to drive
  • Comprehensive warranty


  • Smaller engines lacks power
  • Thirsty Automatic version
  • Lacks appeal for enthusiastic drivers
  • Base 'S' sparse

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