Category : Road Test
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.
Dacia moves to meet growing demand for C-segment automatics with Duster EDC, says Dan Gilkes.
Doubling the ZOE’s range takes it into the mainstream company car market, says Steve Moody.
Plug-in hybrid 3 Series is high on driver appeal, but suits a very specific user. Alex Grant explains.
Can Skoda’s new large SUV give the brand yet another opportunity in fleet? By Steve Moody.
The X-Trail’s high-power diesel isn’t just an option for caravaners, explains Alex Grant.
Cute and clever, the Ignis plays perfectly to Suzuki’s strengths, says Alex Grant.
Maserati adds an SUV for broader appeal, but it’ll always be a bit-part player, says Kyle Fortune.
It’s appealing, but the off-piste Passat isn’t short of equally tempting user-chooser options, explains Alex Grant.
Insurgent luxury brand Tesla can only widen its appeal with an electric SUV, reckons Alex Grant.
The 5 Series isn’t short of rivals, but it’s still setting the standard, says Alex Grant.
The Golf aims to lure buyers back to the brand after recent controversies. By Julian Kirk.
Taking away four-wheel drive adds fleet appeal to VW’s mid-size SUV, says Julian Kirk.
Volkswagen’s cute-but-functional city car gets a turbocharged power lift, but can it finally satisfy those wanting a junior hot hatch? Alex Grant finds out.
The ultra-sensible Polo gets a kicking bassline with an audio upgrade from Beats. By Alex Grant.
Don’t be fooled its cute styling; the Renegade is every bit a Jeep, says Alex Grant.
Can the brand’s flagship SUV offer a more versatile S-Class alternative? Alex Grant finds out.
A clever, and potent, new engine option turns the Ibiza into an efficient warm hatch, explains Alex Grant.