The range starts at just £5,995 for an entry-level Access car, but this makes do without metallic paint or even a stereo. You’ll need to upgrade to the mid-spec model to get kit like electric windows and a radio, while flagship cars get air-con and optional integrated sat-nav.
There’s also a choice of three engines from launch, two petrol and one diesel. The highlight of the range is the turbocharged 900cc three-cylinder engine, which feels punchy but manages great economy, with an impressive 54.3mpg and 116g/km of CO2.
So check out our video and read our review for our definitive verdict on Britain’s cheapest car.