The Kia Picanto is a fine small car, with a smart interior, tidy handling and, if you pick the 1.25 MPi 83 engine, decent performance and economy. A Hyundai i10 is a bit more polished in terms of ride and refinement, though.get the best price
Trim: Titanium Edition
You get 15in alloys, privacy glass, faux black leather seats, a reversing camera and a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone mirroring. However, you don't get important safety kit including automatic emergency braking.
The best compromise between power and price. It's peppy, but not only is it much more comfortable with motorway work than the entry-level 1.0-litre, it’s smoother, too. We managed just under 40mpg on mixed roads in our test. It's the engine we recommend.