The Peugeot 107 may not be very large, but it crams a lot of charisma into every square inch. Due to its eager willingness to scoot around town, the 107 is one of the best superminis to hit the road in a long time. Under the short hood is a tiny but willing motor, providing zip while returning miserly fuel economy. Despite having two siblings (the 107, Citroën C1 and Toyota Aygo are basically identical triplets), the 107 stands out due to its expressive “face” and sporty lower side vents, designed by stylist Donato Coco, who went on to pen such stunning cars as the Ferrari 458 Italia and California. With that kind of pedigree, how can you not love the cheerful 107?