Category : Road Test
The new E-Class is head and shoulders above its rivals, reckons Alex Grant.
Alex Grant considers the company car appeal of the RC’s non-hybrid option.
Kia’s stylish family saloon has become a credible alternative, reckons Alex Grant.
Is Audi’s Juke-sized crossover all style and no substance? Alex Grant finds out.
Undoubtedly desirable, does the F-Pace strike the right balance between sports and utility? Alex Grant finds out.
The all-new A5 is a technological leap masquerading as a facelift, reckons Alex Grant.
Alex Grant finds out if Volvo’s stylish newcomer can put the brand back on drivers’ wishlists.
Can SEAT’s long-overdue crossover take on the best in its class? Alex Grant finds out.
Can Alfa Romeo emerge from the shadow of the German premium brands? Matt Robinson finds out.
CO2-conscious Passat offers supermini fuel economy, but supermini equipment levels too, says Alex Grant.
A subtle update for Audi’s best-seller, but that’s all it needed, says Alex Grant.
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.