The Karoq is the replacement for Skoda’s dear, departed Yeti.
In 12 years as a motoring journalist I’ve rarely been as excited to drive a new car.
It seems hard to remember when Kia made cheap and drab cars, but the first Picanto was one such model.
When it was launched three years ago the second generation Volvo XC90 was a revelation.
Hyundai has been a little slow off the mark releasing a compact SUV but the Kona is finally here.
Few cars turn heads like a Maserati GranTurismo.
The Stonic is Kia’s latest entry into the SUV/crossover sector that’s transformed the car market in recent years.
For years, the hybrid car market has been dominated by the Japanese.
I’m crawling through muddy ruts and over some sizeable boulders in the hills above Loch Lomond.
It was without high hopes that I slipped into the driver’s seat of the i30 N in a South Queensferry car park.