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Review: Audi A1 1.6 TDI Sport

March 12 2011

Not very long ago a car like the Audi A1 would have seemed faintly absurd. A supermini based on the humble VW Polo that starts at well over £13,000 and can cost more than £20,000 would not have been high on anyone's shopping list.


Review: BMW X3 xDrive 2.0d Auto

May 14 2011

The old X3 was one of the few chinks in BMW's armour. Slightly out of proportion and with a harsher ride than some military vehicles, it was a rare case of the Bavarian manufacturer messing things up.


Review: Seat Alhambra

December 17 2011

The majority of cars that advertise themselves as seven seaters should really be billed as seating two large adults, three small adults and two children. Rarely do I come across one where I'd like to spend more than a couple of minutes in the third-row seats.


Review: Renault Grand Scenic

December 10 2011

Way back in the 1980s, Renault began the trend for people carriers with the Espace; 25 years on, their MPVs remain among the most popular in a now crowded market.


Review: VW Passat 2.0 TDi BlueMotion

June 25 2011

Volkswagen's Passat Estate is the essence of a dependable car that does almost everything well. It lacks the pizzaz of its smaller sibling the Golf, but still has the VW badge that signifies quality for so many buyers.


Review: Infiniti EX

January 22 2011

Infiniti is to Nissan what Lexus is to Toyota the luxury arm of a large mainstream manufacturer. But, while Lexus is a household name over here, Infiniti is the new kid on the block.


Review: BMW X3

December 25 2010

The old X3 was a rare case of BMW making a car that was unspectacular, so when John Clark BMW in Dundee loaned me the all-new version for the weekend, I was keen to see just how far the improvements went.