BMW has finally taken the wraps off the eagerly-awaited new Mini. The latest reincarnation of the popular car which first took to the road in 1959 shows a Mini that is quieter, longer, wider and taller than its predecessor.
Over the weekend, police dished out the first fixed penalty fines for tailgating and lane hogging. Will this make our roads safer or just make drivers even poorer? Courier motoring editor Jack McKeown gives his verdict.
Plans to raise the motorway speed limit to 80mph have been consigned to the slow lane after Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said the move was "not a priority".
Toyota has said it is recalling about 242,000 of its Prius and Lexus hybrid vehicles due to problems with their braking systems.
Three in five motorists think older drivers should be forced to retake the driving test when they reach 66, according to a survey.
With four-wheel drive, almost 200hp, returning more than 50mpg and a huge boot, Vauxhall’s Insignia BiTurbo 4x4 Sports Tourer should be an impressive all-rounder.
Audi’s A3 effectively founded the premium hatchback market when it first launched back in 1996.
Chevrolet continues its push into the UK. As yet, the famous American brand remains a bit-part player in the British car market but their products are getting better.
Fiat rejigged their ever-popular Punto last year, changing the styling back to something closer to the original’s retro charm.
KIa GAVE the cee’d, its rival to the Ford Focus, a facelift last year, improving its appearance, ironing out the ride quality and making the cabin look better.