Top 10 car review videosThe most-watched car videos on Which.co.uk

12 June 2012

Honda Civic is most popular video

Honda Civic raced to the top of our video list

With well over 100 car videos, the Which.co.uk website is your one-stop shop for car video reviews. We reveal the most popular.

Every new car Which? tests is evaluated on the road, then pushed to its limits on the track and in our lab. Needless to say, our reviews are never short of facts and figures. However, if all those safety and fuel economy stats start to feel like information overload, our car review videos are here to help. They condense our in-depth reviews into bite-size chunks that tell you everything you need to know about a car, without blinding you with science. They're informative and entertaining - and we're adding more every week.

These are the top 10 most popular car videos on Which.co.uk so far. They are all free to view, although Which? subscribers can watch special extended versions that, in many cases, include unique behind-the-scenes footage from our test lab. Enjoy... 

1.  Honda Civic

Filmed at the launch in (not very) sunny Spain, our review of the 2012 Honda Civic is the most popular car video on Which.co.uk. Find out whether the latest Civic improves on its predecessor by playing the video below.

Read all of our Honda Civic reviews

 

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2. BMW 1 Series

The second-generation of BMW's popular premium hatchback came with high expectations - and an equally high price tag. We travelled to the 1 Series launch in Berlin to see how it stacks up.

Read all of our BMW 1 Series reviews

 

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3. Range Rover Evoque

It was worth braving the wet and windy Scottish Highlands to film the Evoque: the smallest Range Rover yet, and the most talked-about car of 2011. But does the driving experience live up to its concept-car styling?

Read our Range Rover Evoque review

 

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4. Kia Rio

No carmaker has improved as much as Kia in recent years, and the latest Rio is evidence of that. Find out how the Rio 1.25 petrol fared when we took it out of its comfort-zone on some twisting country roads. 

Read all of our Kia Rio reviews

 

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5. Volkswagen Tiguan

We didn't plan to film the Tiguan in the snow - that was just the way it worked out. Watch our video to see how VW's 'Golf with wellies' coped with the slippery conditions, and whether it impressed our test team.

Read our Volkswagen Tiguan review

 

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6. Nissan Micra

Nissan's Micra is a 'world car' - to be sold in more than 160 markets around the globe. That inevitably means some compromises, so how does the current version of driving instructors' favourite supermini measure-up?

Read all of our Nissan Micra reviews

 

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 7. Citroen DS3

The DS3 bears more than a passing resemblance to the Mini - perhaps one reason why it's so successful. We put the sporty 155bhp 1.6 THP version through its paces on challenging roads. Click below for our verdict.

Read our Citroen DS3 review

 

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8. Nissan X-Trail

Often overlooked in favour of more fashionable 4x4s, the boxy X-Trail has much to recommend it. Find out why the ageing Nissan remains so popular with Which? members by watching our video review.

Read our Nissan X-Trail review

 

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9. Volkswagen Golf

The Golf has been near the top of the UK bestsellers list for decades and the current Mk6 version doesn't disappoint. If you're considering buying a Golf, watch this video first.

Read all of our Volkswagen Golf reviews

 

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10. Hyundai i30

Where the previous i30 was cheap and cheerful, the new car is sleek and sophisticated. Hyundai clearly wants to take on mainstream medium cars like the Ford Focus, but has it done enough? 

Read all of our Hyundai i30 reviews

 

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