The Rio feels suitably tailored to European tastes considering its global roots, says Alex Grant.
Despite the tabloid hysteria, changes to the UK’s speeding fine system only affect a small number of drivers, as Alex Grant and Natalie Middleton explain.
The tenth-generation Civic offers plenty for fleets, but there’s a catch, says Alex Grant.
Audi UK has appointed Tom Brennan as head of fleet sales, following the recent departure of James Douglas to Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.
Fleet Show 2017 will be the first opportunity for fleet decision-makers to test drive the all-new Renault Koleos – the car that is leading a surge in conquest business at the French manufacturer.
The top-spec Tiguan has taken a step up among the premium brands, explains Alex Grant.
Nissan has redefined the Micra so much that it almost deserves a new name, reckons Alex Grant.
MINI maximises the potential of its controversial, but big-selling, crossover. By Alex Grant.
The car that defined a segment steps back up to the cutting edge, reckons Alex Grant.
Plug-in hybrid 3 Series is high on driver appeal, but suits a very specific user. Alex Grant explains.
Vauxhall will join the highly competitive C-SUV sector at the end of the year, previewing the Grandland X SUV ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
The X-Trail’s high-power diesel isn’t just an option for caravaners, explains Alex Grant.
More than 1,000 fleet decision-makers have registered for the 2017 Fleet Show at Silverstone, breaking records with a month still remaining before the doors open.
Cute and clever, the Ignis plays perfectly to Suzuki’s strengths, says Alex Grant.
It’s appealing, but the off-piste Passat isn’t short of equally tempting user-chooser options, explains Alex Grant.
Bosch and Daimler are developing driverless cars which can be summoned via a smartphone app, with plans to have them on the road by the end of the decade.
Settling under its new owners, LeasePlan UK is setting out plans to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse fleet sector, as managing director Matt Dyer explains. By Alex Grant.
Insurgent luxury brand Tesla can only widen its appeal with an electric SUV, reckons Alex Grant.