The little Agila has a big family tree. The city car was jointly developed by Suzuki and Opel, and then brought to the UK as a Vauxhall. Confused? You shouldn’t be—the Agila isn’t difficult to understand. Inside and out, the Agila is full of interesting details, like the deep “V” in the grille and the tachometer mounted to the top of the gauge hood. Weighing a tad over a ton, the 1.2-liter engine’s 85 horsepower is enough to propel the Agila to a bit over 100 mph—more than enough for the cross-town adventures the Agila is likely to have. A predictable handler and not over-prone to understeer, the Agila is also one of the most balanced choices in its class.