Whipping along the back roads towards Cupar in my Mercedes E-Class I rediscover the joy of a saloon car.
“No more boring cars” is the slogan trumpeted by one of Toyota’s top European executives.
In a decade Kia has metamorphosed from building cheap and cheerful models to making cars that are as good as virtually any of its competitors.
I did not don my leather jacket and sunglasses to drive the Citroen Berlingo.
When I were a lad MGs and Rovers were a common sight on Scotland’s roads.
The previous, third generation Ford Focus was a nice car to drive but lacked a bit of style.
A cold and wet Dundee December should be the last place and time to enjoy a convertible.
The last two decades have seen cars become much better value.
The XC40 is the third and smallest SUV in the Volvo line up.
Once upon a time Aston Martin made cars that were beautiful to look at but fairly dull to drive.