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17th May 2013
CHEERFUL. With its front-end style, which gives the car a charming 'face' and the delightful thrumming note on start-up of its busy three-cylinder engine, the Suzuki Alto can be characterised in that one word.
3rd May 2013
The Audi RS5 Cabriolet has finally been launched. While admitably not quite as jaw-droppingly stunning as the R8, it will still turn even the most blasé of (petrol)heads. Refinement and exclusivity are central to the RS5 Cabriolet's DNA.
30th April 2013
MORE than five million sales says plenty about a car ... It means a lot of happy motoring. So it was time to share in that happiness with a week in a new Honda CR-V.
23rd April 2013
The car as movie star is the all-new Audi A3 Sportback, and the svelte five-door hatchback took a bow at an international launch in the south of France. The film role was part of a presentation to the assembled journalists, and backdrops included MediaCityUK and the Imperial War Museum North, both >>
23rd April 2013
The petrol-cap fitted ice scraper on the new Octavia would have been just the job on freezing windscreens back home in the UK. Under the blue skies of Portugal, (the location for Skoda’s launch) however, it seemed a clever but somewhat redundant innovation under the circumstances. This new >>
19th April 2013
Have a look at the new Lamborghni Aventador LP 720-4 50°. Produced to celebrate Lamborghini’s 50th birthday each limited edition (of 100) car will have Forged Composite® badge with the 50° logo. No word on price yet, but if you have to ask you can’t afford it. Aerodynamic The front >>
5th April 2013
Historically Alfa Romeos have been cars built with genuine love and passion but flawed in one way or another. Reliability has never been a strong point but these Italian beauties have always been styled from the heart. Alfa's recent offering the Giulietta has been tasked with taking on the mighty >>
28th December 2012
There is no doubt that the little Fiat Panda is a sublime little city car. It looks fantastic, is very well thought out inside with plenty of room for four adults and a fair amount of luggage. It is also lively to drive, doesn’t drink much petrol and qualifies for free road tax.
18th December 2012
With all the resources the internet has to offer, it's never been easier to find the used car you've always wanted. You might be surprised by what's available if you really look, and this includes some seriously fast cars.
22nd October 2012
Chevrolet tends to conjure up images of American muscle cars such as the Corvette or Camaro but in Europe it’s a different story. In 2005 the brand relaunched with a host of rebadged Daewoos as it was decided by parent company GM that the Chevy badge had a better image and would appeal to >>
12th October 2012
For years MPVs have built up a healthy reputation with families thanks to their peerless practicality and reasonable running costs. Rob McSorley takes the Peugeot 5008 (Sport HDi 112 & Allure HDi 150) for a spin...
1st October 2012
Chevrolet recently signed a major sponsorship deal in the UK with the mighty Manchester United football club, as part of the arrangement the first team were able to take their pick from the current range of Chevrolet's.
21st September 2012
Volkswagen’s CC is a good example of how you can turn an ordinary saloon in to a much more exciting and appealing product. It may not serve up the driving thrills of a traditional coupe or the cabin space and practicality of a saloon but it sits in a rather alluring middle ground between the two.