Lexus RX450hThere is no shortage of SUVs, small, medium, large and very large, petrol, diesel, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric are all available depending on the model and from ‘budget’ buys to ‘upper-class’ premium brands, all cashing in on the seemingly unstoppable public demand.

Ford FocusThe latest generation Ford Focus was initially revealed to the motoring media in France in June this year but it wasn’t until September that models arrived in UK showrooms.

Alfa Romeo StelvioAlfa Romeo took its time entering the booming SUV sector with its Stelvio, the first of its kind from the brand after it debuted the Kamal SUV concept car at the Geneva motor show in 2003.

Vauxhall Corsa GSiNow celebrating its 25th anniversary the top-selling Vauxhall Corsa supermini sized hatchback range has recently seen high specification low price Griffin versions with three and five door body styles and with the choice of 1.4-litre petrol 75 or 90hp engines added to its line-up priced from a low £11,695.

Honda Civic SaloonWith no Estate version in the tenth generation Honda Civic range, until now only available in five door Hatchback form, now Honda has extended the Civic’s appeal by adding four door Saloon versions.

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