Tommy Wahlström (Sweden)

My judgement is based on following grounds:

Alfa Romeo Giulia

An Alfa Romeo is first and foremost about driving pleasure. And gosh, Alfa has really done it this time! Whether you’re on a racetrack or a small winding road you´ll get a lot of entertainment. People who claim they don’t like cars have never driven a Giulia! High safety, but Giulia offers no eco-alternative and only a sedan body style.


Citroën C3

Chose C3 and you´ll get a roomy interior and high level of comfort for it´s class, thanks to a suspension with a classic Citroën flow! The 3-cylinder turbo gasoline engine makes the car quite fun and the design will make you smile every day. From may 2017 the C3 will also be available with AEB-system. Wait for that before you buy!


Mercedes Clase E

A new Mercedes always comes with a hefty price tag but the E-class also delivers. The customer gets an unusually wide range of body styles, engines and options to choose from, including lots of safety equipment and hybrid alternatives. The digital dashboard “Widescreen Cockpit” is one of the best in the market.


Nissan Micra

The new Nissan Micra is developed and built in Europe for our market. The design makes it stand out and get a lot more attention then its rather modest precursor. Lane keeping assistant and headrests with built in speakers are firsts in the segment. High level of road noise, harsh suspension and sleepy engines are issues that need to be solved.


Peugeot 3008

Peugeot tries to redefine the SUV segment. The new 3008 is only front wheel driven and will not get 4wd until the plug-in version arrives in 2019. The design really makes the car stand out and the new i-Cockpit is interesting. Autonomous emergency brake with pedestrian detection is a nice feature and the new automatic gearbox is very smooth.


Toyota C-HR

At a first glance it´s easy to think that the C-HR is only a design gimmick, but when you get to drive the car you understand there’s a lot more under the surface. The hybrid drivetrain is extremely efficient and puts Toyota in front of all it´s class competitors. On the other hand - with manual gearbox, 4wd and a turbo engine - the C-HR is really fun to drive!


Volvo S90/V90

Volvo S/V90 is a very comfortable car. It has great handling, beautiful design and lots of new technology. Safety is a core value for the company and it is no surprise that the car comes with all important safety equipment as standard. Plug-in hybrid technology will soon be available and makes it possible to drive the new Volvo with zero emissions.