Category : Road Test
Unquestionably clever, but the plug-in C-Class fits a very specific user, explains Alex Grant.
Will the Edge help Ford reclaim market share in the family sector? By Steve Moody.
Six decades on, the Caravelle is the legacy of a great idea that’s still relevant today, says Alex Grant.
Will Jaguar’s new SUV give it a bigger presence in the corporate market? Steve Moody finds out.
Volkswagen concocts an altogether predictable yet very appealing new Tiguan. By Mark Nichol.
Is the new E-Class the best car in the world? Danny Cobbs thinks it might be.
The petrol-powered eco-Golf is just in time to take advantage of its maker’s recent troubles, reckons Alex Grant.
Tuning the Mustang for European tastes hasn’t dulled its desirability, says Alex Grant.
Don’t be fooled by the familiar looks, Jaguar’s executive offering is a revolution, says Alex Grant.
SEAT has packaged popular fleet options into a well-targeted Leon. Alex Grant tries it.
Has the refreshed A-Class answered its predecessor’s criticisms? Alex Grant finds out.
Despite the muscular performance on offer, the 308 GTI makes a fairly sensible purchase, reckons Alex Grant.
Beneath the lairy exterior and lunatic pace, the Type R makes a great day-to-day car, reckons Alex Grant.
Toyota’s hybrid figurehead offers frugality as extraordinary as its styling, says Alex Grant.
The XC90 T8 has the same advantages, and limitations, as other large plug-ins, explains Alex Grant.
Still a great workhorse, but with a much-needed injection of desirability, says Alex Grant.
There’s room for a whole lot of life in the latest Jazz, says Alex Grant.
With good hybrid and diesel options, Alex Grant ponders a fleet role for the Auris’s new petrol engine.