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When it comes to brand diversification, not many cars can hold a candle to Aston Martin's Cygnet. Andy Enright reports.
Can a tiny 875cc petrol engine work in a sporty supermini? Andy Enright takes a look at the Alfa Romeo MiTo TwinAir.
Alfa's turbocharged 1.4 TB engines look a good fit in the MiTo range. Steve Walker takes a look.
Could Alfa's MultiAir technology do for petrol engines what common-rail injection did for diesel? Steve Walker takes a look at the MiTo MultiAir.
The Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 8v is small but is it perfectly formed? Andy Enright finds out.
Alfa's little MiTo isn't just fun, it's also efficient and green. Jonathan Crouch checks out the Multijet II diesel model
Alfa's smallest model regroups with an improved range that represents keener value. Jonathan Crouch reports.
The latest Swift stays true to the design of its successful predecessor. Steve Walker reports.
Suzuki's Swift Sport is the unrecognised hero of the warm hatch sector. The latest model looks to earn some belated recognition. Andy Enright reports.
The Suzuki Swift 1.3 DDiS looks tempting with its cheap road tax and huge range between refills. Andy Enright assesses its other talents.
The latest Swift aims to offer more for less. Jonathan Crouch checks out the 1.2-litre petrol model
Suzuki's Splash offers a decent compromise between citycar and supermini. Andy Enright takes a look at the frugal yet sprightly 1.2 range.
Suzuki's 1.0-litre Splash aims to tap into the trend for saving money on motoring. Steve Walker reports.
Suzuki's Splash offers a decent compromise between citycar and supermini. Andy Enright takes a look at the latest revisions.
Suzuki's entry-level Alto SZ2 has a lot riding on it. Steve Walker reports.
The special edition SZ-L further refines the Alto's attractive value proposition. Steve Walker takes a look.