Despite the rise of compact SUVs – or crossovers, as they’re frequently called – the family hatchback remains Britain’s best-selling type of car.
If there was an award for “most improved car maker” Suzuki would be a strong contender.
The Peugeot 5008 reminds me of Sean Connery’s great line from The Untouchables about bringing a knife to a gunfight.
Volvo has had something of an identity change in recent years.
Way back in 2008, Ford released the sixth generation Fiesta and launched the supermini sector into a new era.
On a long, straight quiet stretch of country road between Dunfermline and Kincardine I emerge from a bend in my McLaren 720S and bury the throttle.
Cars don’t come much more brash or bold than the Ford Mustang.
This is the Range Rover Velar, part of Land Rover’s expansion of its premium brand.
Despite the dramatic shift to SUVs in recent years, the death of the estate car has been greatly exaggerated.
Rarely has a car been in such need of replacement as the first generation Vauxhall Insignia.