Category : Road Test
The S90 impresses in many ways, says Julian Kirk, but the top-spec models are pricey.
Good to drive, well equipped and keenly priced – there’s little to complain about in the revised Sportage, says Julian Kirk.
An evolutionary refresh for a revolutionary part of Jaguar’s product history, explains Alex Grant.
The S90 manages more than just a good first impression, says Alex Grant.
The extended Tivoli combines crossover styling with estate functionality, explains Alex Grant.
Volvo’s volume seller remains a good choice, but it’s starting to show its age, reckons Alex Grant.
Mild updates bring the 2008 in line with Peugeot’s new large SUVs, explains Alex Grant.
The eco-Astra asks little for its effortless fuel economy, explains Alex Grant.
Refinement and technology improvements are at the heart of Mazda’s revisions, says Dan Gilkes.
The Baleno is a great supermini with a trick up its sleeve, says Alex Grant
It’s unquestionably clever, but the Prius PHV has a major sticking point, explains Alex Grant.
Alex Grant finds out if small engines and fashionable styling blunt the Discovery’s rugged usability.
The Rio feels suitably tailored to European tastes considering its global roots, says Alex Grant.
The tenth-generation Civic offers plenty for fleets, but there’s a catch, says Alex Grant.
Engine choice and higher levels of safety equipment drive i30 sales, says Dan Gilkes.
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.