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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Audi A1 Review:  Uppercrust Supermini

Audi A1 Review: Uppercrust Supermini

Smaller cars are very fashionable, and if you crave something compact but a bit more prestige, look at what kicks off Audi’s ever-expanding range. Under their different skins, and wearing diverse badges, lots of cars share similar architecture these days. Models that outwardly look quite separate from one another...

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McLaren 720S Review:  All I want for Christmas ...

McLaren 720S Review: All I want for Christmas …

A dream of a car would make a terrific Christmas present for any petrolhead. If you can’t afford the real thing, there’s a fabulous push-along toy McLaren that any car-keen infant would love this time next year. If only. I know what I’d really like for Christmas, but it’s...

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Kia Stinger Review:  Stingingly good

Kia Stinger Review:  Stingingly good

South Korean car maker Kia aims to woo customers away from BMW, Mercedes and Audi with its newest model. That’s a bold aim, but it’s a bold car. Kia has come a long way in recent times, with a strong range of good-to-drive cars sold with the longest warranty...

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Fiat 500L Review: Larger Than Life

Fiat 500L Review: Larger Than Life

The cutesy little Fiat 500 is very popular here in the UK, but its chunkier cousin hasn’t been quite as popular. Now the 500L is newly updated. Will that make a difference? Across in mainland Europe, the pumped-up practicality of the Fiat 500L has made it a good seller for...

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Hyundai Kona: Riding High

Hyundai Kona: Riding High

It sounds like a brand of coffee, looks quite funky and has an agile feel from behind the wheel. Here comes another crossover and the newest car from Hyundai. South Korean car maker Hyundai is on a bit of a roll. It has an expanding range that includes electric,...

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Jeep Compass Review:  Pumped-up Style

Jeep Compass Review: Pumped-up Style

That famous seven-slot front grille is the unmistakable signature of the car that wears it. Here comes the newest and smallest model in the Jeep range. It’s the ‘Hoover’ of the motoring world. Jeep is the brand with the name that has become generic of a certain kind of...

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