Jaguar’s F-Type convertible was launched last year in a blaze of awestruck headlines.
Ford’s Tourneo is, essentially, a van dressed up as a car.
Some of the most stylish and characterful cars on sale right now are modern re-imaginings of old classics.
Suzuki has always ploughed its own furrow. In the case of the delightful little Swift and the capable SX4 this is a good thing.
BMW's new 1-Series goes on sale on September 17 priced from £19,375.
Porsche's 911 is now in its sixth generation and remains one of the most instantly recognisable cars in the world.
A wee whiley back I drove the estate version of the Mercedes C-Class, in 250 CDI format (review here). This time round it's the smaller-engined C220 CDI in saloon guise.
Few manufacturers have improved their lot more than Kia has in recent times.
Jaguar have done the sensible thing and put a small(ish) diesel engine into their slick and stylish XF.
Mazda has always built cars that are reliable, quite nice to drive, but with the notable exception of the MX-5 - don’t exactly make the heart race.