Have you been waiting for these little beauties to land? So have we! So we thought we'd take this opportunity to look at each option in a little more detail, complete with links to honest, extensive reviews so you can discover a little more about them for yourself.
In a strong answer to the demand for compact crossovers, Mazda has hit it out of the park with the CX-3. A slightly beefier version of the Mazda 2, this solid, well-built car is garnering rave reviews. Check out this rundown from CarBuyer.co.uk where it earns itself a respectable 4.2 out of 5.
Practical design and low running costs make this new design a popular choice for SUV lovers. Created with a large boot and spacious interior, the CX-5 is comfortably beating stiff competition from the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. Check out this review from AutoExpress where they get down to brass tacks with this sleek new model.
Showcased at the 2016 New York Motor Show, the planet's best-loved two-seat sports car is now in its fourth generation and it continues to impress. It's been reimagined in a slightly smaller silhouette with a lighter overall weight and improved efficiency. All of this has helped to win it a legion of fans, and the coveted title of 2016 Roadster of the Year at the Auto Express annual New Car Awards. Check out what Top Gear had to say about this new iteration of a beloved classic.
While we're on the topic, the MX-5 RF also begs a mention, previewed recently at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The RF stands for 'retractable fastback', in a nod to its forward-thinking, folding hardtop mechanism. The lucky bods at Auto Express managed to score a passenger seat in the MX-5 RF recently, so their review is a good authority on the need-to-knows of this impressive new design.