Mini MPVs, I love ‘em. Small enough to get in and around town with ease, generally a great range of small economical engines and versatile cabins with lots of clever little storage solutions, what’s not to love?It does seem as if many people in the UK are very much of the same opinion as I as sales of mini MPVs are on the rise due to their sheer flexibly for just about everyone. So with most mainstream car makers having their own mini MPV on the market what should you go for? Well here’s our pick of the very best new MPVs on sale today:1. Skoda RoomsterSkoda Roomster Prices from: £11,260 - £15,380If you are looking for sheer practicality from your new mini MPV then there are none better than the Skoda Roomster. Not everyone is going to be a fan of the quirky looks but what the styling does offer you is a clever interior space, particularly in the back. The back seats can slide and recline individually and any one of the 3 rear seats can be removed. With the 3 rear seats removed the back space becomes estate car like meaning you have plenty of luggage space. The Skoda Roomster also has a range of excellent engines meaning you’ll get great fuel economy.2. Citroën C3 PicassoCitroën C3 Picasso Prices from: £12,445 - £16,545The Citroën C3 Picasso is all that is good about mini MPVs, offering bags of practicality, a great range of engines and good driving visibility and combines this with cool looks. The C3 Picasso’s interior is spacious and comfortable with plenty of clever storage solutions making it an ideal family car.3. Kia SoulKia Soul Prices from: £11,850 - £16,595With its quirky looks Kia have aimed the Kia Soul straight at a younger market but there’s no denying that the Soul is an excellent family car and mini MPV. Its small, about the same length and width as a Vauxhall Corsa, but the inside is roomy and there is excellent space in the back for rear passengers despite the large boot space. The interior of the Soul is also very well appointed and the trim levels have good equipment levels meaning you may not have to look at the optional extras list to get kit you’d not expect for your money.4. Vauxhall MerivaVauxhall Meriva Prices from: £12,995 - £21,255The first Vauxhall Meriva may not have made it into this list but the latest incarnation stands comfortably against any other car in its class. It’s bigger than the original Meriva meaning you’ll get yet more room in the interior which takes many elements from the Insignia and Astra making it comfortable, neat and well appointed. The most obvious new feature is the rear-hinged rear doors which make getting in and out of the back seats very easy and fitting a car seat a doddle.5. Citroën Nemo MultispaceCitroën Nemo Multispace Prices from: £11,395The Citroën Nemo Multispace is based on Citroëns Nemo van so you’ll get plenty of space in the back. The downside of this clever van conversion is that the looks won’t be for everyone. Inside you’ll get plenty of space and a large boot area and because of the van DNA you get plenty of headroom. Access to the back seats is made easy with the sliding side doors making it handy to get in and out of in tight city parking spaces. The major selling point for us though is that the Nemo Multispace is cheap to run thanks to a range of frugal engines.Askaprice.com Content TeamFollow is on Twitter: www.twitter.com/askaprice