Category : Road Test
A new sports saloon with badge appeal – which it will need in a competitive sector, says Craig Thomas.
The segment-defining crossover is back at the head of the pack, says Craig Thomas.
Skoda practicality in a fashionable SUV – the Kodiaq can’t go far wrong, says Alex Grant.
Vauxhall’s first crossover has done well by stradding segments – but does it still have a role in a growing line-up? Alex Grant finds out.
The Clio feels a class above with its new Megane-sourced diesel drivetrain, says Alex Grant.
RenaultSport’s first rework of the new Megane is appealing, but stuck in a grey area, explains Alex Grant.
Infiniti’s compact crossover would benefit from being a little more clearly defined, says Alex Grant.
An appealing compact executive coupe, with a problematic hole in the range, explains Alex Grant.
Lighter, more powerful and better equipped, Suzuki has big plans for the new Swift, says Dan Gilkes.
Is this RenaultSport-tuned Twingo a 5 Maxi Turbo for the 21st century? Alex Grant finds out.
Previewing a new generation of products, the Ibiza is a class act, says Alex Grant.
There are few moments where you’d feel short-changed by BMW’s executive estate, reckons Alex Grant.
The 3008 sharpens its focus on the SUV segment, shaping up to become a class-leader, says Alex Grant.
The new E-Class goes straight to the top of the executive sector, says Julian Kirk.
It’s still unusual in its segment, but the IS hybrid makes a lot of sense, says Alex Grant.
Kia’s third-generation city car has its sights set on the Volkswagen Up, explains Alex Grant.
Can the Giulia lure drivers out of the established compact executive class? Alex Grant finds out.
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.