• Alfa Romeo 147: Renowned for its reliable handling and traction, the Alfa 147 stands out as one of the sportier models in its class.
  • Audi A3: Combining sportiness with practicality, the A3 offers everything expected from a larger Audi in a compact package.
  • BMW 3-Series BMW 118D: Recently added to the Europe By Car fleet, the BMW 118D brings brand-new excitement to the lineup.
  • BMW 3-Series BMW 3-Series: Praised for its excellent performance and stylish design since the 60s, the 3-Series impresses with rear-wheel drive and increased gas tank capacity.
  • Citroen Xsara Chrysler PT Cruiser: The PT Cruiser’s classic sedan design from the 30s is a major design development for Chrysler, offering excellent handling and torque.
  • Citroen Xsara Citroen C4: The Citroen Xsara transforms into the stylish Citroen C4 with a new aerodynamic design, boasting practicality with good fuel efficiency and a roomy interior.
  • Fiat Bravo Fiat Bravo: Known for its surprisingly roomy interior and coupe-like power, the Fiat Bravo hatchback was one of the first Fiats named Car of the Year.
  • Fiat Bravo Fiat Stilo: Introduced in 2001 with improved engineering and standard perks, the Fiat Stilo breathes new life into the Fiat fleet.
  • Ford Escort Ford Escort: The European version of the U.S. classic, available with 2 or 4 doors.
  • Ford Focus Ford Focus: Renowned for extreme comfort and high performance, the Focus remains a favorite among drivers valuing a roomy interior in a medium-sized vehicle.
  • Ford Focus Ford Fusion: A recent addition to the Europe By Car fleet.
  • GM Opel Astra GM Opel Astra: Offering excellent visibility, the GM Opel Astra competes with Peugeot and Citroen models in this category across Europe.
  • Honda Civic Honda Civic: The radically redesigned 2001 model retains ample interior space with improved styling.
  • Megane Classic Megane Classic: Known for excellent fuel consumption and surprising power, the Megane Classic continues to impress in the European market.
  • Peugeot 306 Peugeot 307: Heralded as the next wave of innovation from Peugeot, the 307 combines the performance of the 306 with a redesigned exterior and ample cargo space.
  • Renault Megane Renault Megane: At the top of its class in safety ratings, the Megane features modern styling and gas economy based on the Renault 19 design.
  • Rover 45 Rover 45: The Rover 45 maintains its place in the medium-sized car market.
  • Seat Cordoba Skoda Octavia: A recent addition to the Europe by Car fleet.
  • Toyota Corolla Toyota Corolla: Part of the first wave of Japanese cars to achieve success in Europe, the Corolla is one of the best-selling cars in the world.
  • Toyota Corolla VW Bora: Offering similar performance and excitement as its U.S. counterpart, the VW Bora is the European Doppelganger of the Jetta.
  • VW Golf VW Golf: The 2001 VW Golf is an impressive new addition to the lineup.
  • VW Vento VW Vento/Jetta: The Vento/Jetta is essentially a VW Golf with a larger trunk, serving as the all-new Passat’s younger sibling.