Seat Tarraco Think of Seat and what the good people at VAG want you to picture is a quirky, sporty arm of their vast empire. A seven-seat SUV like the Tarraco we've got here may not be the most … [Read more...]
2023 Kia Sportage Review – Can one of Britain’s favourite cars maintain its popularity?
Kia Sportage The Kia Sportage is the modern-day VW Golf. Yes, I am aware that the Golf is still in production, and - yes, I know that one's a German 5-door hatchback and the other's, well, not, but … [Read more...]
Ford Mustang Mach 1 Review – The most track-ready Mustang the UK’s ever seen
Mustang Mach 1 You've got to hand it to the people at Ford. As the world quietly spent the last few years imploding in all sorts of ways, ending with the price of just about everything including … [Read more...]
2023 Suzuki Vitara Review – As the competition increases, can the Vitara still cut it after more than 30 years?
Suzuki Vitara Suzuki has been very busy the last couple of years making sure their cars meet strict emissions standards, that's why the excellent Jimny is no longer with us. The Vitara is still … [Read more...]
Skoda Fabia Review – a solid argument for filling the Fiesta void
Skoda Fabia The Ford Fiesta as we know it, is dead. Whilst that's bad news for the old traditionalists amongst us who cherish the memories such an established name brings, it leaves a rather gaping … [Read more...]
Hyundai i20 N Review – Has the Fiesta ST been knocked off its mantle?
Hyundai i20 N Put most hot-hatches and their base model side by side and it can be tricky to see just how one has spawned the other. Take the Ford Sierra RS Cosworth for example. The Sierra was … [Read more...]
2022 Cupra Leon VZ2 300PS Review – Tuning and upgrades set it apart from Golf GTI Clubsport
Cupra Leon Having been the performance wing of Spanish brand, SEAT for over three decades, Cupra was cut loose as its own brand in 2018. Since then it's not only handled performance oriented cars, … [Read more...]
2022 Nissan Qashqai Tekna+ review – New engines keep this family favourite up to date
Nissan Qashqai Before the Qashqai, there was nothing. Or was that Elvis? Either way, the Nissan Qashqai is widely considered to be the first of its genre; a genre that's since gone viral - the … [Read more...]
2022 Subaru Outback Review – The crossover it’s ok to be seen in
Subaru Outback Long before Volvo and its Cross Country and Audi's (now discontinued in the UK) Allroad, Subaru were making tough, go anywhere estate cars, and this all-new Outback is their latest. … [Read more...]
2022 SsangYong Tivoli Ultimate Review – Value for money, but showing its age
SsangYong Tivoli Where fellow South Korean brands Kia and Hyundai have become decidedly more premium, SsangYong are still all about offering as much car for your money as possible. This is the … [Read more...]
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