Which small or medium car is for me?

Choosing a car is one of the biggest decisions you can make, and one you have to make relatively frequently compared to other big life decisions. So what exactly should you look for? Practicality is probably the top criteria; will it serve the purpose you want it to serve? If the answer is no, then you should look for something else.

Small and medium cars are on the rise. Once considered solely for single people, commuters or small families, striking new designs and the undeniable cost savings of small and medium cars means they are now appealing to a much wider audience.

Take a look at three of the best small and medium cars Fleet Evolution offer:

The Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.0 VTi Feel 3dr

The Citroen C1 may be small, but it packs a huge punch. A familiar sight on UK roads for a decade, last year it got a revamp. Still keeping its stunning good looks that have helped to cement it among small cars’ elite, the nippy little car channels its older brother – the DS3’s stellar performance. Although often considered a city car, the C1 is actually much more spacious than you may think. Offering ample leg room in the front, as well as enough space to seat two comfortably in the back for shorter journeys, the C1 is ideal for commuters and as a second car for small families.

Volkswagen Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 Bluemotion 3dr

Volkswagen’s pinnacle vehicle is without a doubt the Golf. An icon of the 1980s, the Golf earned a legion of fans thanks to its cutting edge design, technology and undeniable reliability. Coming a long way since then, the Golf is still recognisable and just as popular. The three door hatch 1.6 TDI offers drivers the comfort and style they have come to expect from VW, while providing them with a bit of power should they need it. Perfect for those who may have long commutes – or those with a growing family, the tried and tested Golf is one to seriously consider.

Nissan Leaf Hatchback Visia 5dr Auto

A true game-changer, the Nissan leaf first hit UK roads in 2011. Producing zero emissions while driving, it re-wrote the car rule book. Boasting a futuristic design which has helped win it numerous awards, as well as a 155 mile range, the five door Leaf is ideal for the whole family. Perfect for nipping around cities and for taking the whole family out to the seaside, Nissan’s all-encompassing Leaf hits all the marks.

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