What’s the best hot hatch money can buy? We name our favourites and reveal the ones to avoid at all costs
A hot hatch needs to excel in several areas if it’s to be the crowned the cream of the crop.
First, it must be able to get your pulse racing on a twisty back road; if it can’t get you from corner to corner without the edges of your mouth turning up, it has fallen at the first hurdle. So, handling prowess and power delivery are key here.
Ride quality is also important. A firm ride is inevitable on something so sporty, but the suspension must be able to deal with the worst that British roads can throw at it.
And hot hatches are likely to be used every day of the week, so they also need to possess a practical, comfortable interior and have reasonable running costs.
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