Can you remember the last Peugeot 3008? Probably not. It was one of the least memorable cars on sale, with its MPV looks, uninspiring cabin and limited engine range.
It was a typical weekday evening in the Brown household. Strictly – It Takes Two had finished and my wife and I were idly looking at our mobile phones. Good times.
Compact crossovers can be dreadfully boring things, can’t they? Accomplished and practical, sure. Some are even good to drive, and plenty are very efficient. However, unless you start paying the big bucks for premium products, your crossover is likely to be seriously yawnsworthy.
Volkswagen has unveiled the smallest offering in its SUV range – the all-new T-Cross.
I was looking forward to a quiet weekend with the C3 Aircross – perhaps a jaunt to the supermarket on Saturday afternoon, but little else. But that was about to change.
What is it? Mazda has a habit of regularly updating its cars with small refinements and improvements, rather than saving them all for a big update every few years. Such is the way with the 2018 CX-3 compact crossover, which you might find difficult to tell apart from its predecessor.