The Volkswagen up! makes most sense on mid-spec 'Move up!' guise and this variant is likely to be the most popular UK version of the German giant's latest attempt to crack the citycar market. Andy Enright takes a look.
Volkswagen has wasted no time launching special edition versions of its up! city car. You know the form by now - it's either Black or White. David Vivian reports.
With the up!, Volkswagen can offer small car buyers a very competitive proposition indeed. Jonathan Crouch checks it out
The Volkswagen take up! is the entry-level model in its city car line up. Andy Enright assesses whether sparse is beautiful.
For Volkswagen's Up! city car, the sky was the limit. David Vivian sees if the top version of the German giant's smallest car, the High Up!, has wings.
The Volkswagen Polo ups the sense of purpose with the R Line edition. Andy Enright takes a look.
The Volkswagen Polo looks particularly strong value in Match guise. Andy Enright takes a look.
How clean can a supermini get? Volkswagen attempted to find out with its Polo BlueMotion. Steve Walker takes a look.
The Volkswagen Polo BlueGT demonstrates that fast and fun can still be frugal. Andy Enright takes a look.
Volkswagen's Polo is a car that should be at its best with an economical diesel engine installed. Steve Walker checks out the 1.6 TDI.
Volkswagen's latest Polo looks like more of the same and that's bad news for the competition. Steve Walker takes a look.
With the trendy 'Groove' and 'Rock' versions of its little up! citycar, Volkswagen targets the fashion-led section of the urban small car market. Jonathan Crouch reports
Vauxhall's latest Meriva gets refreshed styling and a slick 1.6 diesel engine. Andy Enright reports.
Vauxhall's Meriva 16 CDTi features a diesel engine that shows the car at its very best. Andy Enright reports.
Turbocharged petrol engines haven't been the default choice in small MPVs but Vauxhall's improved Meriva 1.4 VVT Turbo could alter that. Jonathan Crouch takes a look.
The hugely popular Vauxhall Corsa gets a bit of attitude and an interesting engine in the strictly limited-run Black Edition. Andy Enright reports.
The Corsa has always been a worthy and practical small family hatch. Now it's desirable, too. Andy Enright explains why.