When most people move house they’re content to put down new carpets and paint walls.
Fiat has bolstered its 500 city car range with two new specifications, Star and Rockstar.
BMW has launched a pair of cars aimed firmly at the well heeled end of the market.
The EcoSport is Ford’s smallest SUV.
Audi has updated its A4 executive saloon, which will go head to head against the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class and Jaguar XE.
Vauxhall has not been among the manufacturers at the forefront of the electric car revolution.
Think the BMW X5 is a big car? Think again – this is its bigger brother, the X7.
In five years writing about property, I’ve visited homes that were more grand and spectacular than The Schoolhouse in Pitlessie, but very few that exuded a greater sense of warmth and welcome.
Mitsubishi and Toyota have long been the kings of the pick-up sector, with both Japanese firms producing trucks that are as capable and hard wearing as they come.
When it comes to quality, you used to have to go big. Little cars were fine around town but rubbish on the motorway and missing the gizmos and gadgets of their bigger brethren.