Okay, so we split our list of Halloween desirables into five categories and managed to find videos and articles to go along with them. Devilishly quick Fiat's Panda 100 HP certainly managed to prod our buttons with its flaming trident. We loved it! And so did our Panda friend... BMW's M3 is a monster-killer of note. Wheels24 hasn't had the privilege to test it yet, but initial impressions are rather favourable. We like! Scarily camp Peugeot 207 CC's predecessor was a trailblazer in the small folding hard top roadster category. The 207 is bigger and arguably better, but our little green number screeches "look at me!" Audi TT Roadster's good looks must run in the Ingolstadt family. And this little number allows you to feel the wind in your hair too. How's that for an added bonus, dahling! Dreadfully boring Chrysler's Sebring is big and American, and that's about it. Just because its an MPV does not mean Volkswagen's Touran can be forgiven for being as dull as dishwater. The local range has already had two revisions this year, but will it ever be enough? Frightfully old Volkswagen's Citi Golf could easily have been around since time immemorial. But it remains a favourite for students and traditionalists alike. That, in itself, is scary... Fiat Uno: Feeling a sense of de ja vu, yet? Okay, technically it's not "old" but you?d be forgiven for thinking that after seeing the "new" Brazil-sourced Uno. Freakishly in-your-faceThe Dodge Nitro may not be to everyone's taste, but it certainly makes a statement. Ten out of ten for presence. Daihatsu Materia This Japanese model certainly won't be winning any beauty contests, but its distinctive styling does make it almost impossible to ignore.