Another vote for the Taurus TCP. I had the Bodyguard380 until it was stolen out of me car, but having now owned the TCP for a while, I much prefer it over the BG380. The main issues I had with the Bodyguard were the extremely hard and rough trigger pull, and the fact that I had to be very careful with how I gripped it or else my thumb would hit the mag release as drop it after the first shot or two. The TCP has a much smoother trigger, the mag stays in place when I want it to, and I'm shooting much better groups with it. (3" to 4" at 10 yards.) Also, no feeding or firing failures after several hundred rounds.
I'm generally not a Taurus fan -- I own multiple S&W revolvers, an M&P 40C (my primary carry weapon), and Sig P226s in 9mm and .40 cal.), but for my "car gun" I didn't want to spend a lot of money, knowing it only takes is a few seconds to break the glass and dig through the console to steal it. So far, I'm very pleasantly surprised with the performance of the TCP.