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Europe is renowned for producing quality vehicles. In fact, many iconic European car brands / manufacturers have their origins in countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom, France, the Czech Republic, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands.

While some brands have come and gone over the years, modern day European car brands such as BMW, Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda, Renault, and Mercedes Benz are keeping the tradition alive by producing cars for those looking for a quality, stylish vehicle.

These European car manufacturers continue to push the creative boundaries of vehicle design, efficiency, and innovation.

This is why despite competition from American and Japanese cars, the market for European cars remains very much alive.

This article is a list of the most popular European cars from 2005 to present-day. Whether it’s a petrol or diesel engine vehicle, both are covered by European manufacturers.

In this article, we will feature different brands of European cars such as:

  • BMW
  • Audi
  • Volkswagen
  • Skoda
  • Renault
  • Mercedes Benz

Our list will also cover a variety of car sizes including hatchbacks, sedans, 4WD, wagons, utility trucks, and minivans.

Find out what makes them different and why they continue to be the vehicle of choice for many Australians.


Hatchback – BMW 120i (2018)

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The 120i is one of the most popular hatchback models from BMW’s classic 1 Series which replaced the 3-Series compact model in 2004. This 5-door hatchback is known for its easy and efficient handling and smooth ride.

Its “Urban Line” is packaged with the front and rear bumpers done in matte finish air intakes, 17” alloy wheels designed in the double-wheel style, and dual-chrome tail pipes.

The upholstery of the 2018 BMW 120i is dressed in leather with an elegant black and pearl look to its trim. Riding comfort is assured with the 120i’s dual-zone climate control system. Meanwhile, standard safety features include front and rear parking sensors.

For a compact hatchback, the 120i delivers plenty of power. It has a 2.0-litre turbo patrol four-cylinder engine with an output of 135kW/270Nm. Driving is made much smoother with the 120i’s eight-speed shifting transmission system.

Other standard features of the 120i are Satellite Navigation with a 6.5” display, a six-speaker stereo and digital radio.

BMW 120i Timeline:

• BMW 120i (2007) featured the company’s innovative EfficientDynamics technology which included a good number of driver-assistance programs such as Auto Start-Stop function and Electric Power Steering.

• BMW 120i (2015) became popular because it presented a sleeker design with the streamlined front-end, modernised kidney grille, and enhanced intakes plus an upgraded engine with 3-cylinder units, 8-speed transmission system and more driver-assistance features.

Sport Sedan – BMW 335i (2012)

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The BMW 335i belongs to the 5th generation of the company’s Series-3 line. The 335i was first introduced to the market as a Coupe as in 2007. Later in the same year, BMW released the Sedan model of the 335i.

Using the company’s innovative BMW Efficient Dynamics engineering, the 335i offers drivers the best of fuel efficiency and engine power.

Its 3.0-litre engine includes a variable valve timing that generates 225kW/400Nm output. The end result is a powerful acceleration and immediate response throughout the entire rev range.

The 335i is both a beast and a beauty. With its power, you can take it to down to the track on weekends and get your thrills as the 335i thunders through the raceway.

Its interiors exude class and elegance with leather upholstery, high-end SatNav features, on-board computer, world-class audio experience with Harman kardon, bi-xenons, full Internet connectivity, dual-zone AC, and cruise control with a complete auto brake system.

BMW 335i Timeline

• BMW 335i (2005) was an instant hit in the market because it was a version of Generation 4 with an updated design and improved iDrive system.

• BMW 335i (2008) was popular with buyers because of its upgraded iDrive system, remodelled front bumper, headlamps, and mirrors plus a rear track that was increased by an additional 24mm.

• BMW 335i (2012) became the first model in the company’s Generation 6 line of Sport Sedan vehicles for the Series-3 and showcased a much bigger, more spacious version.

• BMW 335i (2016) was a big seller for the company because it was engineered for better fuel economy and more efficient delivery of power.

Compact Luxury Crossover SUV – BMW X3 (2019)

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The 2019 BMW X3 is widely regarded as the best version of the company’s line of compact luxury crossover SUVs.

Introduced as part of X3’s 3rd Generation in 2018, the 2019 version is bigger than the 1st Generation models which were launched in 2003. The 3rd Generation features a more modernised design with sleeker lines compared to the 2nd Generation vehicles which were in production from 2011 to 2017.

The X3 is manufactured with 2 different engines. First, there is the standard 248-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-litre, and 4-cylinder engine. You can also choose the version which features a powerful 355-horsepower, turbocharged 3.0-litre, inline 6-cylinder engine.

The 2019 BMW X3 also introduces its rear-wheel drive sDrive30i trim level option. This model is powered by the same turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that comes standard with the all-wheel drive versions.

In addition to front and rear parking sensors, BMW included new features in the 2019 X3 that are designed to improve passenger safety. These features include daytime pedestrian detection and low speed automatic emergency braking.

BMW X3 Timeline:

• BMW X3 (2005) attracted buyers because this was the first model that included the innovative xDrive all-wheel-drive system.

• BMW X3 (2007) was one of the company’s biggest sellers because the model was redesigned to have more power at lower revs making it the ideal SUV for on-road driving.

• BMW X3 (2010) was the first of Generation 2 and featured a longer version with a more elegant interior and a new multi-function steering wheel.

• BMW X3 (2014) showcased a new line of diesels that could deliver up to 190HP plus additional safety features such as Lane Departure Warning and Active Cruise Control.

• BMW X3 (2017) featured a sleeker, more sculpted body; an expanded infotainment system and new engineering innovations to improve driving dynamics and stability.


Hatchback – Audi A1 (2010)

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The Audi A1 was first introduced by the German car manufacturer in 2010. The A1 was its initial entry into the compact-hatchback market that was gaining popularity as a quaint but elegant driving solution to urban living.

The engine featured the company’s innovative ESP system which transfers excess torque from the inside front wheel to outside wheel in order to generate more power on the road.

The initial production run of the Audi A1 featured four 4-cylinder engines with two TDI diesel engines and two TFSI gasoline engines that ranged from 86 horsepower and 122 horsepower.

Standard features that came with the A1 included electric front windows and mirrors, a single-CD audio system, air-conditioning, remote central locking, split folding rear seats, and alloy wheels.

Audi A1 Timeline:

• Audi A1 (2010) was popular with families and urbanites because as a “super-mini” because the powerful turbocharged engine also boasted of impressive fuel efficiency.

• Audi A1 (2018) was the company’s 2nd Generation release of the A1 series and referred to as a “Sportback” became a big-seller because of its longer dimensions and a redesigned, more powerful engine.

Premium Coupe – Audi A5 (2007)

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The Audi A5 was the company’s entry into the high-end Premium Coupe market. It was first introduced at the 2007 Geneva Motor Show.

Audi designed the A5 to be the ultimate luxury car. It offered the driver elegant and sophisticated exterior and interior styling plus a powerful engine that still resulted in fuel efficiency.

It featured the company’s Innovative Longitudinal Platform whereby the powertrain was repositioned behind the front axle for greater stability and better handling.

The standard 3.2L FSI V6 engine provided 265 PS and was a great complement to the Audi’s Quattro Permanent all-wheel-drive system.

The A5 has a larger cabin compared to other Audi models. Each unit is fitted with a single-CD audio system, alloy wheels, electronic windows, and air-conditioning.

Audi A5 Timeline:

• Audi A5 (2007) gained a solid reputation for being a heavy car that was easy to drive and handle on the road.

• Audi A5 (2011) featured redesigned headlights, new driver-assistance systems, more varied infotainment system, and an upgraded rear suspension for better handling and greater comfort.

• Audi A5 (2016) took riding comfort to a whole new level with the improved five-link rear suspension system and electromechanical power steering for lighter road handling.

Large SUV – Audi Q7 (2015)

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The 2015 Audi Q7 represented the company’s 2nd Generation line of its popular large SUV model. This time however, the German auto-maker focused on a lighter, streamlined version which saw the once-massive SUV lose 325kgs in bodyweight.

The 2015 iteration featured minimalist design with its single-grille, slim but sleek headlights which directly contrast the larger fog light housings. However, the interior is a different story.

Inside the 2015 Audi Q7 are larger and more comfortable seats which have been designed to give more support during long dives. The company had a reputation for driving stability and has outfitted the Q7 with a four-wheel steering system for better handling.

In terms of power, the Q7 has a pair of turbo-diesel V6 engines that have a displacement of 3.0 litres.

One engine produces a considerable 200 KW of power and a hefty 600 Nm of torque that range from 1,500 to 3,000 rpm. The second engine produces 160 KW of power and 500 Nm of torque that range from 1,250 to 3,000 rpm.

Audi Q7 Timeline:

• Audi Q7 (2006) was introduced at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show and featured the company’s innovative “Quattro Permanent” all-wheel-drive system which created a dynamic, smooth driving experience.

• Audi Q7 (2009) showcased a redesigned exterior with streamlined headlights, tail amps, and grille plus an upgraded engine and the Modular Efficiency Platform which contributed to greater fuel savings.

• Audi Q7 (2015) was designed using the company’s MLB Evo platform which improved fuel efficiency by 28%.


Hatchback – Volkswagen Golf (2017)

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The 2017 Volkswagen Golf represented a significant upgrade from its previous models. The changes included upgrades in design and driving comfort.

While it may not look that much different, Volkswagen made an obvious effort to streamline the look of the 2017 edition of the Golf much sharper and sleeker. The Golf also added LED lights and decorative panels in its doors, centre console, and dash panel.

In terms of driving comfort, the 2017 Golf features an improved version of the 7-Speed DSG transmission and an upgraded engine. Lastly, the company included more driver safety assistance and a more diverse infotainment system.

The 2017 Volkswagen Golf is available in 2 trim levels: S and Wolfsburg. The Wolfsburg is loaded with more features and is very reasonably priced.

Volkswagen Golf Timeline:

• Volkswagen Golf (2007) was also called a “CrossGolf” vehicle because it had elements of a standard Crossover and had higher ground clearance.

• Volkswagen Golf (2008) launched the new line of 6th Generation of the series and featured the dual-clutch transmission system.

• Volkswagen Golf (2012) became a big seller because its cylinder deactivation system resulted in a 23% improvement in fuel efficiency.

• Volkswagen Golf (2017) may have small wheels but boasts of a comfortable ride as you can go over potholes without feeling it.

SUV – Volkswagen Touareg (2007)

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The 2007 Volkswagen Touareg was first introduced at the 2006 Paris Motor Show. In addition to a design makeover, Volkswagen upgraded the 2017 Touareg’s safety features to include ABS Plus, an advanced Front Scan system to identify potential obstacles, and a Blind Spot driver-assist system.

This is a heavy car which is fitted with a 3.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine that generates 500Nm of torque. The 2017 Touareg’s diesel engine is mated with a 6-speed automatic transmission that will give you an option of shifting to manual driving.

The 2017 Volkswagen Touareg was intended for the premium high-end SUV market and it sure looks like it. This elegant SUV has a chrome-laden front-end and an updated, modernised design on its headlights and taillights. Its cabin is typical of the Touareg: large, spacious, and luxurious.

Volkswagen Touareg Timeline:

• Volkswagen Touareg (2007) represented a technological upgrade particularly in terms of innovations in driver safety and interior design.

• Volkswagen Touareg (2010) was a streamlined version of the SUV as it lost 206kg is bodyweight in order to attain a 5% increase in torsional rigidity and a 20% improvement in fuel economy.

• Volkswagen Touareg (2014) launched the 2nd Generation of the midsized SUV and showcased an enhanced interior/exterior design and improved automatic post-collision braking system.

Midsized Sedan – Volkswagen Passat (2015)

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The 2015 Volkswagen Passat was a midsized sedan that offered drivers heavyweight value. For starters, it debuted with a sharper, more stylish exterior design with precise edges, a larger radiator grille, and an interesting light-reflecting surface.

For this 8th Generation series of Passat, Volkswagen developed an entirely new line of lighting design. Each unit features both halogen and LED headlights.

Both the S and Wolfsburg trims come standard with the following: rear view camera, an 8-speaker audio system, and a satellite radio. For the SEL model, rain sensing wipers are included.

The 2015 Passat’s 2.0-litre diesel engine has been juiced up with more power: 150 horsepower and 236 lb-ft of torque. You have your choice of a 6-speed manual transmission or a dual-clutch automatic transmission model.

Volkswagen Passat Timeline:

• Volkswagen Passat (2005) was introduced with new features such as a DVD navigation system, advanced cruise control, and the keyless engine start system.

• Volkswagen Passat (2009) was the 4-door coupe version of the Passat and presented a design that was longer and wider than previous models.

• Volkswagen Passat (2010) featured an exterior that was redesigned by Klaus Bischoff and Walter de Silva and showcased the Scirocco-like grille and headlights.

• Volkswagen Passat (2012) became popular with families because it was large enough to comfortably fit a family of 5.

• Volkswagen Passat (2015) was popular because it had excellent fuel economy and posted several impressive crash-test results.


Medium Sedan – Skoda Octavia (2009)

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The 2009 Skoda Octavia is an updated version of the 2nd Generation series. In addition to a redesigned interior and exterior, the 2009 Octavia showcases a much-improved engine which promises better fuel economy.

The 2009 Octavia’s grille and headlamps are made to look larger and more imposing. The rear end has been given a more modern styling with its C-shaped light clusters.

The biggest change in design can be seen in the car’s interiors. The steering wheel has been enhanced with the latest technology and the instrument panels were given a classier makeover. Skoda also upgraded the Octavia’s entertainment system.

The 2009 Skoda Octavia’s engine delivers 75Kw and 148Nm of power. Fuel efficiency is one of its biggest selling points with the engine only consuming 7.8 litres per 100km.

Skoda Octavia Timeline:

• Skoda Octavia (2009) features the RNS510 multimedia system of Volkswagen which has a 6.5” colour LCD screen, plays 6 CDs, and can be fitted with a Satellite Navigation System.

• Skoda Octavia (2013) debuted as the Czech car maker’s biggest version of the series with a substantially larger interior for better riding comfort.

• Skoda Octavia (2017) launched the 3rd Generation version of the sedan and featured a slightly bigger interior to give passengers and their luggage more room.

Premium Sedan – Skoda Superb (2008)

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The 2008 Skoda Superb is part of the Czech company’s premium line of sedans that gives you great value for money. It is very spacious, easy to drive, and one of the most affordable luxury sedans in the market.

The rear space of the 2008 Superb is comparable with many of the popular 4-door sedans but it is priced three times lower than its competitors.

The 2008 Superb’s Greenline model has a smaller-sized 1.6-litre engine but has been tested to emit only 64.2mpg and 119g/km of CO2. However, the standard Superb is fitted with a 2.0-litre TDI engine.

Driving the 2008 is a pleasant experience. It is very easy to handle, runs smooth on the road, and navigates corners without problem.

Skoda Superb Timeline:

• Skoda Superb (2006) highlighted the new look of the premium sedan with mirror-integrated signal lights, C-shaped stoplights, and new headlights.

• Skoda Superb (2008) has the innovative Twindoor feature where the tailgate can be accessed with a press of a button and open as a hatchback.

• Skoda Superb (2013) became a big seller because of the car’s redesigned interior and fuel efficiency which was increased by 19%.

• Skoda Superb (2015) was widely recognised for its riding comfort with its innovative 3-zone air-conditioning system, heated windscreen, and electric panoramic glass.

Small Hatchback – Skoda Fabia (2014)

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The 2014 Skoda Fabia represents the 3rd Generation line of the company’s second-best selling series of all time. The 2014 version was designed to be more spacious and with better fuel economy.

This vehicle boasts of a touch-screen infotainment system that is very user friendly. You can use your Android phone to access many of the system’s functions including the SatNav.

The interior of the 2014 Skoda Fabia offers the passengers plenty of headroom and legroom. Its 330-litre boot is the biggest in the Fabia line. Also, the seats can be folded down and add 1,150-litres of load space.

The Fabia’s 89bhp petrol engine is quiet and smooth even if you decide to push it hard on the road. You can also get diesel versions with outputs of 89bhp and 104bhp.

Skoda Fabia Timeline:

• Skoda Fabia (2007) is the first model of the company’s 2nd Generation version of the series and includes options for a 5-door hatchback or a 5-door estate.

• Skoda Fabia (2014) is popular because of its many safety features which include 6 airbags, a stability control system and a tyre-pressure monitoring system.

• Skoda Fabia (2018) featured upgraded technology including blind spot detection, rear traffic alert, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, SmartGate, and MirrorLinkTM.


Compact Hatchback – Renault Clio (2016)

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The 2016 Renault Clio represents the 4th generation of the French company’s popular line of compact hatchbacks. In 2016, Renault gave the Clio an aesthetic and technological makeover.

In terms of exteriors, the bumpers, grille, LED lights, and the rims were given a sharper, sleeker, and streamlined look to make the Clio “sexier”. The interiors were upgraded with a new-improved steering wheel, gear shifter, and door panels.

The 2016 Renault Clio’s new toys included all-around parking sensors. Auto-dimming rear view mirror, Easy Park Assist system, and electronically-folding side mirrors.

The 2016 Clio also received an upgrade under the hood and is now fitted with a 88Kw/190Nm 1.2-litre turbo petrol 4-cylinder engine.

Renault Clio Timeline:

• Renault Clio (2006) introduced the 3rd Generation of the series and received a 5-star rating at the EuroNCAP safety tests.

• Renault Clio (2009) added more safety equipment and upgraded the entertainment system to include iPod connectivity and an optional GPS navigational system.

• Renault Clio (2012) showed a redesigned version that was intended to attract younger buyers and included features such as a 7” display, hidden rear door handles, and an instrument cluster that was remodelled after an aircraft panel.

• Renault Clio (2013) was introduced as a model that was designed to bridge the differences between a Clio Supermini and the sport version of the car.

• Renault Clio (2016) consumed only 5.2 litres of petrol every 100kms which made it a very popular choice for city driving.

• Renault Clio (2019) was the 5th Generation in the series and included new technology from another Renault model, the compact Megane.

Light Commercial Van – Renault Traffic (2007)

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The 2007 Renault Traffic was redesigned to provide passengers with even more space, driving comfort, and more power under the hood. This is a light commercial van with interiors that make you feel like you’re riding in a sedan.

The 2007 version of the Traffic had a stylish upgrade to its interior with the addition of a CD player, soft steering wheel, power windows and mirrors, cloth-trimmed seats, and a redesigned air-conditioning control panel.

The engine was improved to a 16-valve, 2.0-litre common rail, 4-cylinder, turbo-diesel model which can generate an output of 65Kw at 3,500rpm and 290Nm at 1,600rpm.

Renault also added more safety features such as the availability of air bags for both the driver and the passengers.

Renault Traffic Timeline:

• Renault Traffic (2007) had the sterling reputation of giving passengers a smooth ride while consuming only 9.8 litres per 100km of driving.

• Renault Traffic (2015) represented the 3rd Generation of the series and whilst tt was the largest version, it was also powered by the smallest diesel engine ever designed by Renault.

Mercedes Benz

Hatchback – Mercedes Benz A200 (2012)

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The 2012 Mercedes Benz A200 shone the spotlight on the company’s decision to upgrade the model’s boxy look into something bolder, sleeker, and definitely sexier.

For starters, the interior showcased an all-new, more natural feel with its racing-inspired seats, ambient lighting, an innovative “floating” entertainment system, round air-vents, and a 3-spoke steering wheel.

Mercedes also added a fully-independent suspension system, a 4-disc braking system, and electromagnetic power steering for enhanced riding comfort and much easier road handling.

The 2012 Mercedes Benz A200 clocks in at amazing 6.6 seconds at a 0-100km/hr sprint test. But what is even more impressive is its fuel efficiency rating of 6.4 litres per 100km.

Mercedes Benz A200 Timeline:

• Mercedes Benz A200 (2008) became a must-have car for families because it featured a sandwich-type chassis with a fortified passenger cell to act as a primary shield in the event of a front-end collision.

• Mercedes Benz A200 (2012) was well-regarded for its enhanced safety features with 9 airbags and a safety structure that earned a 5-star safety rating.

• Mercedes Benz A200 (2015) was popular because of its upgraded infotainment system with Apple Car Play support and MirrorLink plus it reinforced the seating for better riding comfort.

• Mercedes Benz A200 (2019) which was first launched in 2018 quickly became high in demand because it could drive semi-autonomously in certain situations.

Premium Sedan – Mercedes Benz C63 (2014)

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The 2014 Mercedes Benz C63 is outfitted with the AMG adaptive suspension, AMG-engineered exhaust system, and the AMG Dynamic Select feature which gives this C-class model one of the most comfortable driving experiences you will ever have.

The 2014 C63 can also be equipped with the company’s Edition 507 package which will add 56 more horsepower under the hood. It is dressed up with 19” alloy wheels, matte paint with 5 colour options, red brake calipers, and a carbon-fibre trunk spoiler.

As it is, the C63 has a 6.2- litre V8 engine with 451 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque to its rear wheels that is generated through a 7-speed automatic transmission system.

Mercedes Benz C63 Timeline:

• Mercedes Benz C63 (2007) gained popularity because it is powered by a larger 6.2-litre engine that drives the car from 0 to 62km/hr in just 4 seconds.

• Mercedes Benz C63 (2011) was popular for its front-end design that was reminiscent of the CLK 63 AMG Black Series.

• Mercedes Benz C63 (2014) is well-known for its high safety standards as the model received a 5-star rating in tests conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Luxury Sedan – Mercedes Benz E200 (2016)

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The 2016 Mercedes Benz E200 introduced a whole new level of luxury with its new design and impeccably enhanced interiors in a much bigger body.

The dashboard layout looks similar to the S-Class Series and comes with touch-sensitive buttons on the steering wheel, LED lighting that can be configured to your taste, plus the latest technology on driver-assistance systems.

The 2016 E200 also has improved its infotainment system by including multi-phone connectivity as well as wireless charging support. In addition, the infotainment system comes with two 12.3” screens with SatNav, Apply CarPlay, Android Auto, a 360 degree camera, and front and rear end parking sensors.

The E200’s 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder engine delivers 135kW/300Nm of power with a 9-speed automatic transmission system.

Mercedes Benz E200 Timeline:

• Mercedes Benz E200 (2006) focused on delivering more power with an upgrade to a 3.5-litre engine that was now capable of delivering 268 horsepower.

• Mercedes Benz E200 (2009) was a popular choice because it utilised 20 of the latest technological developments to improve fuel efficiency and passenger safety.

• Mercedes Benz E200 (2013) continued to deliver the best systems in driver safety with its Collision Prevention Assist, Attention Assist that measures the level of the driver’s drowsiness, Hands-Free Access boot-lid system, and Distronic Plus with Steering Assist.

• Mercedes Benz E200 (2016) highlighted the latest in automotive innovation with its semi-autonomous and partially automated features such as self-steering and active-braking with lane keeping function, emergency swerve assistance, and AEB and rear cross traffic alert system.

European cars will never go out of fashion. The vehicles featured above highlight the value, quality and performance you get from buying a European car.

In addition to that, the feeling you experience by owning and driving such cars is something you can’t put a price on.