I’m wafting along the M90 towards Perth, looking down on other drivers with a fine summer’s breeze drifting in the windows.
I’m on Duke’s Pass, which cuts through Queen Elizabeth Forest Park from Aberfoyle to Callander.
I’m rattling down the M90 at just south of 70mph, the stereo cranked up high to be heard above the din from the wind, tyres and engine – and I’m grinning merrily.
It took Ford a while to get the Kuga right. The first generation was fun to drive but cramped inside. The second generation was much more spacious but hardly inspired the keen driver.
The Tarraco is the third and largest addition to Seat’s SUV range.
A decade ago, Kia changed from a purveyor of cheap and cheerful runarounds to a maker of some very competitive cars indeed.
I’m driving along the shore of Loch Fyne heading towards Loch Lomond. The rain is off and on, as it always seems to be, but my progress is swift and comfortable.
Land Rover’s Discovery has always been an iconic car, but recent years have seen it face threats from top notch opposition such as Volvo’s XC90 and Audi’s Q7.
I’m driving along the shores of Loch Voil on a sunny autumn morning.
Subarus are popular in Scotland, particularly in semi-rural areas such as Perthshire and Fife.