“Is that a five-litre engine under there,” asked a friend, pointing at the “TDI 50” badge on my Audi A7 Sportback.
Few car makers have overhauled their image as rapidly and successfully as Volvo.
When the BMW X3 was first launched in 2004 it was one of a very few premium SUVs on the market.
A decade ago, Kia changed from a purveyor of cheap and cheerful runarounds to a maker of some very competitive cars indeed.
Would you pay £36,000 for a Citroen? Thanks to a clever piece of rebranding, you won’t have to.
Along with the Nissan Qashqai, the Kia Sportage was one of two cars that kicked off the SUV craze.
Vauxhall’s first generation Insignia was nicknamed, slightly cruelly, the Insomnia by some in the motoring press.
Subarus are popular in Scotland, particularly in semi-rural areas such as Perthshire and Fife.
Seat swam against the SUV tide for a long time. Eventually, however, the Spanish company joined the craze, launching the well-received Ateca.