Category : Road Test
Volkswagen marks 40 years of the GTI with the best car that’s ever worn the badge, says Alex Grant.
Volkswagen’s prosaic seven-seater gets an added dose of car park appeal. By Julian Kirk
Forget the tiny engine, this car makes a big impression. By Julian Kirk.
A compact executive two-door with ideas far above its price bracket, says Alex Grant.
Familiar C-Class components in a fashionable SUV body; the GLC can’t lose, reckons Alex Grant.
Fiat’s chic roadster is the perfect retro stablemate for the 500, reckons Alex Grant.
The Giulia is good value, but it’s showing its age in a fiercely competitive segment, reckons Alex Grant.
Kia’s first plug-in hybrid is certainly capable, but it’s in a tough class. Alex Grant explains.
Can tough new styling help the S-Cross achieve its fleet potential? Alex Grant finds out.
More power and equipment for the second generation Mokka X, says Dan Gilkes.
Renault’s pioneering MPV is back among the best in its class, reckons Alex Grant.
Impressive refinement from the new diesels and great to drive, reckons John Kendall.
The Mondeo is aiming for user-choosers with a sporty makeover, explains Alex Grant.
The top-spec S-Max is more than just a trim level, explains Alex Grant.
The excellent new Megane is the icing on Renault’s recent brand renewal, says Alex Grant.
Choosing the right RAV4 isn’t as black and white as it once was, explains Alex Grant.
Kia’s first large estate car is a much-needed move into the mainstream, reckons Alex Grant.