Volvo Through the Ages

Volvo Through the Ages

On the 14th April Volvo celebrates its 91st anniversary! Volvo Cars have often been at the forefront of reliable motors since the company was founded in 1927. The Swedish firm can often be confused with AB Volvo, the manufacturer of trucks and construction equipment because they share the same...

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Kia Sorento Review: Seats for Seven

Kia Sorento Review: Seats for Seven

If you need a seven-seater car, the choice is limited to just a few SUVs, people-carriers and estate models. Here’s the only one that also comes with a seven-year warranty. Most cars come with four or five seats. That’s enough for most owners, be they singletons, couples, or average...

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Audi RS3 Review: Hot hatch

Audi RS3 Review: Hot hatch

We Brits love hot hatches, which have been a beacon of sportiness on the motoring scene for over 40 years. Here’s one of the newest and most fun. Compact practicality combined with hot performance. That is what a so-called ‘hot hatch’ delivers. The genre dates back to the 1970s...

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DS7 Crossback Review: Light Drama

DS7 Crossback Review: Light Drama

Three years on from its separation from Citroen and launch as a separate brand, here comes an upmarket SUV from proudly Parisian car company DS. What a momentous debut for a car. When new French president Macron was driven to his inauguration back in 2017, it was in the...

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How Learning to Drive Has Changed?

How Learning to Drive Has Changed?

Learning to drive has developed over time to keep up to date with the modernisation of the motoring world, including changes to the licence itself and what is included in the test. Now, learner drivers are allowed on the motorway and being tested on their sat nav skills. But,...

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Range Rover Velar Review: Glamour 4x4

Range Rover Velar Review: Glamour 4×4

The ultimate in 4×4 chic is now on the road. So does the Velar live up to its hype? Land Rover’s newest family member is a honed and toned gym bunny. Sleek lines, smooth limbs and hidden muscle give the Range Rover Velar a taut visual stance that is...

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Decline in Diesel Car Sales

Decline in Diesel Car Sales

There has been a severe drop in the sale of diesel engines throughout 2017, falling more than 30% year-on-year during the month of November after a rapid growth over recent years. Diesel was once a popular choice, often defined as being the more ‘eco-friendly’ option, so what’s changed? Why...

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Volvo XC60 Review: Hunky Scandinavian

Volvo XC60 Review: Hunky Scandinavian

The first of a new wave of Volvos has hit the streets, and there is a lot more coming to revitalise the range this year. Scandinavia is famed for its cool contemporary style, and the crowds who flock to Ikea for home furnishings confirm its eye-pleasing popularity here. Swedish...

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Peugeot 308 GTI Review: Sporty Good Fun

Peugeot 308 GTI Review: Sporty Good Fun

Touches of red and twin exhausts are the clue to this car being a bit elevated from the more mainstream range of Peugeot 308s. It’s the sporty GTI. In the crowded market of modern cars, with their mostly lofty elevation and family-friendly features, there are some that stand a...

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