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Vauxhall Astra hatchback

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4.1721367521367
4.2 /5 based on 1170 reviews
65%
 people would recommend this car to a friend
The Vauxhall Astra impresses with an interior that very nearly rivals the class-leading Volkswagen Golf for fit and finish. It is comfortable and well built with a range of efficient petrol and diesel engines.
Price 
£15,445 - £25,285
3 / 5

Peugeot 508 SW estate

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4.0333333333333
4 /5 based on 9 reviews
67%
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The Peugeot 508 SW is a fantastic estate car, boasting huge amounts of boot space, a good line-up of engines and fantastic luxury and comfort.
Price 
£23,245 - £32,045
2.5 / 5

Mazda2 hatchback

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4.217094017094
4.2 /5 based on 819 reviews
58%
 people would recommend this car to a friend
Stylish, fun and generously equipped, the Mazda2 is a great alternative to more familiar supermini rivals.
3.5 / 5

Skoda Octavia hatchback

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4.4717073170732
4.5 /5 based on 205 reviews
80%
 people would recommend this car to a friend
The new Skoda Octavia takes a slightly different approach to most small hatchbacks. It offers much more space inside than the likes of the VW Golf,Ford FocusVauxhall Astra and, of course, other VW group family members like the Audi A3 and SEAT Leon. It's great value, too, with decent prices and the sort of standard equipment that's closer to a Kia Cee’d or Hyundai i30. Running costs should be low, too, thanks to a range of fuel-efficient engines with fuel-saving features such as automatic stop/start for the engine when the car comes to a halt. It all adds up to a great value, hugely spacious and high-quality package that easily won our 2013 CarBuyer Best Family Car award.
Price 
£16,525 - £28,150
4.8 / 5

Audi A3 Sportback hatchback

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4.5
4.5 /5 based on 2 reviews
100%
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The Audi A3 Sportback is a five-door version of the A3 hatchback. There's a bit more to it than that, however, as the Sportback is longer than the three-door, which helps free up a lot more rear legroom and a tiny bit more boot space. It's designed to rival the BMW 1 Series, the new Mercedes A-Classand the Volvo V40, and it actually trumps all of them for practicality. On top of that, it has the best interior in this class, featuring impeccable build quality and a very stylish design. From behind the wheel it's grown-up, comfortable and relaxing. Simply put, the Audi A3 Sportback is one of the best all-round models on sale. 
Price 
£19,195 - £34,950
4.1 / 5

Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback

The 2013 Mitsubishi Mirage picks up where the Colt hatchback left off, and although it offers decent equipment and low running costs, it is undercut by value rivals like the Dacia Sanderoand Skoda Citigo. In the UK, the three and five-door hatchback is available with a pair of super-frugal three-cylinder engines offering outstanding fuel economy. An aerodynamic design and equipment including stop-start and regenerative braking help every model deliver less than 99g/km, but both feel underpowered and more ill-suited to longer motorway journeys. There hill-start assist, anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control as standard, but the noisy cabin, uncomfortable ride and questionable quality mean it lags behind its European rivals in almost every area.
Price 
£9,054 - £13,054
1.5 / 5

Ford Kuga SUV

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4.2717948717949
4.3 /5 based on 117 reviews
72%
 people would recommend this car to a friend
Ford was a little late to produce a mid-size SUV when it launched the original Kuga in 2008. However, over 45,000 have since found homes in the UK, proving that the Kuga's blend of stylish looks, economical engines and sporty drive was more than enough to lure drivers from the Volkswagen Tiguans and Honda CR-Vs. This time around, rather than just being sold in Europe, the Kuga is one of Ford's global cars to be marketed in over 100 countries, so it has to meet the differing demands of many more drivers, while not compromising what made the Kuga a success in the first place.
Price 
£20,995 - £33,530
3 / 5

SEAT Toledo hatchback

The SEAT Toledo sits between the Ibiza and the Leon in SEAT's line-up. Despite looking like a saloon, it actually has a hatchback boot, so there's a huge opening that makes it easy to transport large items with minimal fuss. It's almost identical to the Skoda Rapid -- and almost identically priced, too -- but is designed as an alternative to family cars like the Volkswagen Golf. Thanks to low running costs and its value price tag, the Toledo is definitely the type of car you buy with your head, not your heart. 
Price 
£14,265 - £18,870
3.3 / 5

Dacia Sandero hatchback

The Dacia Sandero is the cheapest new car on sale in the UK, but don't dismiss it yet. Despite being the size of a Ford Fiesta or a Renault Clio, it's actually priced at the same level as smaller, cheaper city cars. Base-spec models do without air-con, electric windows and a stereo, but top-spec models are well equipped and there's the even the option to add sat-nav and leather seats. There's a good choice of engines too, including a 1.2-litre four-cylinder and 0.9-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrols, plus a 1.5 dCi diesel with sub-100g/km CO2 emissions.
Price 
£5,995 - £9,795
3.4 / 5

Mitsubishi Outlander SUV

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4.3
4.3 /5 based on 34 reviews
65%
 people would recommend this car to a friend

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The Mitsubishi Outlander is a sturdy, stylish SUV with class-leading space that also offers the only genuine hybrid SUV on the market. It has genuine off-road capability, can carry seven people comfortably and is a great car to tow a trailer or caravan. It's also cheap to run, with a strong diesel or the super-efficient hybrid. The Hybrid is eligible for the £5,000 government grant and is the cheapest-to-run SUV money can buy.
Price 
£23,984 - £34,234
2.4 / 5

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