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6th December 2013
IT was the best-ever motoring Christmas present, and I don't mean those string-backed gloves. Santa's sack was bulging with delicious German goodies ...time to unwrap the delights of the Audi Range Review 2013.
28th October 2013
Ok let me cut to the chase. Even if you think you know nothing about Ford’s baby-B-MAX I bet you have seen on the telly that guy dive through it from a great height into the swimming pool below? Yes, thought so.
30th September 2013
The Chevrolet Cruze has been around for quite a few years now but has had limited appeal in the UK due to its saloon-only bodystyle. In 2011 Chevrolet finally launched a variant which appeals most to us Brits - a five-door hatchback. Furthermore earlier this year the Cruze received a mild facelift >>
25th September 2013
A few months ago I had spent an enjoyable week in the company of the larger i40 Tourer, so I was eager to run the rule over the estate's smaller sibling, a Premium 1.6 CRDi A/T, on behalf of Flush.
18th August 2013
So you want a car that gets your pulse racing and a hot hatch just doesn't cut the mustard? You need a front engine, rear-wheel-drive coupe and Subaru have just the ticket.
28th July 2013
The Swedish company’s focus in the continuous development of the XC70 model has been to create a well-heeled on-road car with competent, off-road ability. The rugged and refined present-day look reflects the vehicle’s underlying strength and competence.
15th July 2013
First impressions are important, and the new Skoda Octavia left me tallying up a whole lot of positives for the new model at the car's international launch in Portugal. That was a few months ago, and I was looking forward to being reacquainted with the motor for a week-long road test on behalf of >>
5th July 2013
Mitsubishi have enjoyed considerable success in the UK with the launch of their Outlander crossover but their ASX, or “Active Sports Crossover” is tasked with repeating its big brothers success.
2nd July 2013
If I got £10 for every time someone said to me "What is it?" during my time with the Ypsilon I would probably be able to buy one even though the Black & Red special edition you see here costs an eye-popping £14,950 on the road. What I must explain however is why this car wears a Chrysler badge >>
22nd June 2013
Refinement is first rate thanks to the rides superb bump absorption that seems to have been perfectly tuned for Britain's decaying carriageways. Wind and road noise are barely noticeable on the move thanks to the modestly sized wheels and sleek shape; the diesel engine also goes about its business >>
22nd June 2013
Many moons ago, I was a front-seat passenger in a Honda Accord, a new-ish, high-mileage petrol model. Waiting at traffic lights, I asked the driver if the engine had cut out. The reply was 'no', and I leaned over for a peep at the rev counter for confirmation.
4th June 2013
The angular lines of the headlamps are a typical feature of the new SEAT design language. The new, full-LED headlights give an unmistakable look to the front end of the Leon, although even without these (they're a cost option on all models) the distinctive design of the headlamp clusters give the >>
25th May 2013
THERE was a time when it was unlikely that you would find the words "stylish" and "estate car" rubbing shoulders in the same sentence. Nowadays there's many a handsome estate, and I reckon the Hyundai i40 Tourer is a leader among them, heading the style stakes, with its sleek and elegant design.