When it comes to quality, you used to have to go big. Little cars were fine around town but rubbish on the motorway and missing the gizmos and gadgets of their bigger brethren.
Subarus are popular in Scotland, particularly in semi-rural areas such as Perthshire and Fife.
When it was launched back in 2012, the Dacia Duster was named Scottish Car of the Year.
Ford’s seventh generation Fiesta has been with us for a year now and any concerns it wouldn’t live up to its brilliant predecessor have been laid to rest.
When the BMW X3 was first launched in 2004 it was one of a very few premium SUVs on the market.
Along with the Nissan Qashqai, the Kia Sportage was one of two cars that kicked off the SUV craze.
“No more boring cars” is the slogan trumpeted by one of Toyota’s top European executives.
The SUV world continues to expand inexorably.
The previous, third generation Ford Focus was a nice car to drive but lacked a bit of style.
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