If you’re wanting to move lots of people in comfort and luxury, then a seven-seater is the only way to go. Certainly, for out-and-out people-moving you’ve got to go for a seven-seater as they provide the best practicality and spaciousness that passengers will want.
Skoda is one of those manufacturers that’s definitely on the up. There’s no doubt being part of the Volkswagen family has helped it grow from a company that was the butt of everyone’s jokes to one of the most popular brands in the motoring world.
If you’ve failed to spot Volvo’s move away from grandfather-clock-shuffling estate-mobiles to modern man’s classy alternative to German bore boxes then you’ve probably been hiding under some Ikea furniture.
Ford’s new Puma has been crowned What Car? Car of the Year, beating heavyweights like the Tesla Model 3 and Range Rover Evoque.
What is it? Being a premium, mid-sized SUV, the Mercedes-Benz GLC is in a hugely popular segment with rivals coming out of its ears. There’s competition from fellow premium German firms BMW and Audi, Italian flair with the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, and eco-friendly Japanese quirkiness in the Lexus NX, to name a few.
Mazda has boosted the appeal of its MX-5 sports car for 2020 with a new trim level and range-wide equipment improvements.
With the Christmas period now over and 2020 in full swing, it’s time to look at some of the key motoring events to look forward over the next 12 months.
Fresh calls have been made for the Government to scrap VAT on electric cars in order to increase uptake rates.
What is it? For many, the Ford Puma is a compact sports car that was an affordable coupe in the 90s. But with crossovers now dominating the market, the American firm has decided to repurpose the name on a new compact model with SUV styling.
Aston Martin has revealed plans to produce a new open-cockpit supercar — the V12 Speedster.