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Parkers overall rating: 2.5 out of 5 2.5

Rivals

Daewoo Matiz (98-05)

3 out of 5 3.0

Well packaged five-seater mini MPV which offers useful load capacity combined with better looks than rivals such as Toyota Yaris Verso and Suzuki Wagon R+. Generous spec, standard power steering, excellent warranty, free servicing for three years. All at very keen prices. The latest 1.0 litre engine is more useful than the 800cc version which... read more

PROS

Style, space, equipment, cheap.

CONS

Needs more power on motorways.

Suzuki Alto (03-05)

2 out of 5 2.0

Cheap 'n' cheerful Indian-built supermini. As you'd expect from one of Britain's cheapest cars, it comes with few frills, but if economy is what you're after, it will do the job offering cheap insurance and 40mpg. You'll have to really want a new car to pick this over a second-hand buy. read more

PROS

Cheap to buy and run.

CONS

Limited ability, little charm.

Rover CityRover (03-05)

2 out of 5 2.0

City Rover is the result of a collaboration with Indian manufacturer Tata. It's cheap, but certainly not the cheapest little car you can get and some areas like pedal positions and layout of switchgear are haphazard. But it's a good looking little thing and is fairly nippy with its 1.4 engine. Most buyers will probably like the idea of the Union... read more

PROS

Good looking with a fairly composed ride.

CONS

Previous-generation build quality, no auto option.

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