Think the BMW X5 is a big car? Think again – this is its bigger brother, the X7.
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.
People love the appearance of coupes but aren’t as keen on getting in and out of them. Who looks graceful trying to wriggle behind a tipped-forward front seat to get into the back?
The Rifter is Peugeot’s take on a mid-size people carrier.
The electric car market has gone from sparse to relatively busy and looks set to explode over the coming years.
The Tarraco is the third and largest addition to Seat’s SUV range.
Ford’s Focus has been one of the most familiar sights on Britain’s roads since it was launched more than 20 years ago.
The XE was Jaguar’s attempt to take on the category dominated by the BMW 3 Series, Audi A4 and Mercedes C-Class.
Whipping along the back roads towards Cupar in my Mercedes E-Class I rediscover the joy of a saloon car.