The Cars of The Beatles

The Cars of The Beatles

It was 50 years ago that the iconic album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” was released by The Beatles. It went on to spend 27 weeks at the top of the UK albums chart and 15 weeks at number one in the US. The Beatles are known for some iconic...

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The Cars of Britain's Got Talent Judges

The Cars of Britain’s Got Talent Judges

From dancing dogs to opera singers, the talent on Britain’s Got Talent is quite wide ranging! But the contestants aside, the judges also take the spotlight. And with that in mind, we’re taking a look at the cars they love to drive. The Cars of Britain’s Got Talent Judges...

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The Cars of Sir Roger Moore as James Bond

The Cars of Sir Roger Moore as James Bond

With the sad news of Sir Roger Moore’s passing, we’re celebrating the legendary actor’s life, best known for his role as the James Bond. And what is Bond known for? Beautiful women, of course, and flash cars! Sir Roger Moore was the only Bond not to drive the Aston...

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Hyundai Santa Fe Review

Hyundai Santa Fe Review: Historic adventurer

There’s something rather thrilling about driving a car that, in modified form, has conquered Antarctica. A famous expedition more than a century ago is remembered for its pioneering bravery, but also more sadly for its failure. It has gone down in history that Sir Ernest Shackleton’s attempt to cross...

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The new 2017 suzuki swift in blue.

Suzuki Swift Review: Slick Supermini

Here comes Suzuki’s new-generation supermini to do battle in one of the most hotly-contested sectors of the new car market, up against some tough rivals. There is no shortage of choice if you are looking for a moderately-sized, reasonably good fun-to-drive, affordable supermini. Out in front is Ford’s top-selling...

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Kia Picanto Review: Cute Kia Grows Up

Kia Picanto Review: Cute Kia Grows Up

The smallest car in the Kia range has just been replaced with a new model that’s well worth a closer look. Here’s a pub quiz-worthy question: what’s the meaning of Kia, the Korean car brand name? It apparently derives from characters in the Korean language that mean ‘to come...

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Skoda Kodiaq Review: Bear Hug of an SUV

Skoda Kodiaq Review: Bear Hug of an SUV

Already chosen by Top Gear magazine as ‘Best Family Car in the World’, the Skoda Kodiaq is a competitively priced seven-seater. Coming up with a name for a new car must be a bit of an ordeal for motor companies. Anything catchy or interesting has either been used already,...

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Tesla Model X Review: All-Electric SUV

Tesla Model X Review: All-Electric SUV

Can a tall, pumped-up 4×4 SUV be environmentally friendly? It can if it’s a Tesla Model X, but it comes at a high price. Tesla is an intriguing car maker. Born in California, it famously specialises in electric cars, is barely a decade old, but is already making significant...

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Hyundai i30 Review: Modestly Chic

Hyundai i30 Review: Modestly Chic

Smarter looking, better to drive and still good value with a five-year warranty, can the new Hyundai i30 woo buyers away from a Focus or Astra? This year is going to be very busy for Hyundai. The South Korean car brand has a new i10, has just launched this...

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Kia Rio Review: Road to Rio

Kia Rio Review: Road to Rio

Supermini cars the size of the Ford Fiesta, Vauxhall Corsa and VW Polo are in big demand, and here’s one of their Asian rivals newly refreshed and competitively priced. This is a busy year for Kia. The Korean company is grabbing attention with its new Optima range, including both...

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