Ford was a bit slow to the SUV party. True, it got the Kuga out in 2008 but it took until 2016 for them to come up with a large SUV – the Edge.
Winter may seem like an odd time to be road testing a convertible but, petrol head that I am, I’ll drive almost any car in any conditions.
The fourth generation Renault Megane hatchback has received plaudits for its styling and refinement.
Winter has most certainly grasped us in its cold embrace – what better time for Audi to send me their new A4 Allroad?
Ford always has and probably always will make cars for the masses.
Renault had a rough couple of years that saw it delete several of its cars from the UK market, including the Laguna.
Ten years ago Suzuki was not a brand to be admired. It peddled tired products that were long past their sell by date and looked aged next to their rivals.
The world of cars is moving upwards,literally, with buyers picking SUVs over estate cars.
Infiniti has come a long way since its arrival in this country eight or nine years ago.
Vauxhall’s Astra has always had a bit of a humdrum reputation but the current, seventh generation model deserves to be spoken of in far more exalted terms.