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The retractable roof of a convertible makes it perfect for sunny summer drives. The roof can be made of a folding, soft material or a multi-part metal construction. Convertibles with a metal roof are sometimes referred to as 'coupe cabriolets' (as opposed to the fixed roof coupe). Cars like the Mazda MX5, Bentley Continental and Jaguar F-Type are good examples of models with convertible options.Try Mazda MX5, Bentley Continental, Jaguar F-TypeSee more Convertible cars


The saloons sporty cousin, the coupe (or coupé) often has a sloping rear and sleek shape. Most coupes are 2-door, though a few 4-door coupes have been released. Coupes are fixed-roof, unlike convertibles and tend to be more compact than their saloon equivalents. Popular models with coupe options include the Audi TT, BMW 2 Series, and Aston Martin Vantage.Try Audi TT, BMW 2 Series, Aston Martin VantageSee more Coupe cars


Sometimes called a 'station wagon', estate cars closely resemble elongated hatchbacks. They tend to feature a large boot area and vertical rear. The name originates from their usage transferring people and luggage from country estates (and train stations). The Skoda Fabia, Nissan Juke and Audi A6 Avant are popular examples of estate cars.Try Skoda Fabia, Nissan Juke, Audi A6 AvantSee more Estate cars


As a body type, hatchbacks are relatively small, utilitarian cars perfect for zipping around cities or navigating narrow roads. The 'hatch' part of a hatchback refers to a boot that opens upwards, hinged at the roof of the car. Popular hatchback models include the Renault Clio, Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf. Hatchbacks can often be found in both 3-door and 5-door varieties.Try Renault Clio, Ford Focus, Volkswagen GolfSee more Hatchback cars


Multi-Purpose Vehicles (MPVs) are also known as minivans or people carriers. As the name suggests, they specialise in carrying passengers across two or three rows of seats. They're often characterised by a high roof, and sometimes feature sliding doors. Examples of MPVs include the Ford S-MAX, Citroen C4 and Vauxhall Zafira.Try Ford S-MAX, Citroen C4, Vauxhall ZafiraSee more MPV cars


The saloon (or sedan) is the typical car silhouette, featuring a separate compartment for the boot (in contrast to a hatchback, for example). Saloons also often have a fixed roof, two rows of seats and come in 2-door and 4-door varieties. Some popular saloons include the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes E-Class and Audi A4.Try BMW 5 Series, Mercedes E-Class, Audi A4See more Saloon cars


The SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle), also known as a 4x4, combines the best of both normal passenger cars (like saloons) and off-road vehicles. This makes them very versatile and extremely popular. Examples of popular SUVs include the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Land Rover Discovery.Try Audi Q5, BMW X3, Land Rover DiscoverySee more SUV cars


Panel vans are the workhorse of British roads. They often feature one row of seats and no rear side windows. Striking a good balance between passenger comfort and cargo size, our selection of car-derived vans is sure to have what you're looking for. Find popular panel vans like the Volkswagen Caddy, Ford Transit Custom, and Peugot Partner on heycar.Try Volkswagen Caddy, Ford Transit Custom, Peugot PartnerSee more Van cars