Renault has refreshed its Megane range for 2014.Post a Comment ()
The Volkswagen Golf’s trophy shelf is groaning.Post a Comment ()
Hyundai’s little i10 has always been a sensible city car choice but its makers intended the new version to be desirable as well.
Suzuki is one of those endearingly hit-and-miss manufacturers.
Lexus has never been scared of taking on the big German luxury car makers. Its big saloon, the LS, makes a strong case for being the most luxurious car on the planet.
British car buyers love a good hatchback. Not as unattractive as an estate but more practical than a saloon, they suit our natural nature of compromise.
Given that modern Fords are, almost to a model, dynamic to drive it stands to reason a hot hatch version will be impressive.
A British-built sports utility vehicle (SUV) has taken a prestigious car of the year award.
New car sales raced to a six-year high in 2013, with Scotland outperforming the rest of the UK.
Subaru’s Forester is one of the original “soft roaders.”
Skoda’s Octavia is for those who want a Volkswagen Golf but need more room.
The Mazda2 caused such a stir when it was launched that it was named World Car of the Year 2008.
The 2013 Kuga is the latest of Ford’s new models to go global. It is sold in Europe, Asia and North America in pretty much the same form.
Honda’s capacious new Civic Tourer goes on sale this weekend with prices starting at £20,265.
The pro_cee’d GT is Kia’s first-ever stab at a hot hatch.
BMW has finally taken the wraps off the eagerly-awaited new Mini. The latest reincarnation of the popular car which first took to the road in 1959 shows a Mini that is quieter, longer, wider and taller than its predecessor.
The Mazda 6 hatchback is a handsome, muscular car and the estate version is just as good looking.
The Cascada is Vauxhall’s attempt to woo buyers away from German convertibles.
The Ford Focus is the world’s best-selling car. Almost 600,000 of them were sold worldwide during the first half of this year. I spent a week with one of them.