There are plenty of cars you can buy in 2020 for £1000 or less. Indeed, that’s part of the beauty of the British used car market, in which buyers don’t tend to value older cars that are still perfectly usable and reliable. As a result, for the same as you’d spend on a few monthly lease payments on a brand new car, you can own a whole car that should suit most of your motoring needs.[Read more…] about Cars for £1000: The best bargains in 2020
Plenty of commentators will have you believe that ordinary folk have been priced out of buying a modern classic; that all the good classic cars are now stupendously expensive, and that if you want an affordable, dependable old car that’ll put a smile on your face, you’re out of luck.[Read more…] about The Modern Classics Still Going for Bargain Prices
These days, if you hear someone cracking a joke about how rubbish an old Skoda is, the chances are they’re either catastrophically ignorant, or have been in cryogenic stasis for 30 years, from which they’ve just emerged.[Read more…] about Skoda Rapid Coupe review: Were old Skodas really that bad?
It was supposed to be a supercar. A luxurious grand tourer. A flagship. A technical tour-de-force that would show exactly what its maker could do. The BMW 8 Series, in short, was supposed to be worth waiting for.[Read more…] about Driving the original BMW 8 Series: The supercar that wasn’t
Never go back. That’s what they say, once you’ve sold a car you’ve truly adored. I was just 18 years old when I fell in love with my Ford Capri. It was a glistening black 2.8 Injection; faster and more exciting than anything I, or indeed my friends, had ever owned.[Read more…] about Meet Your Heroes: Reliving a Misspent Youth in the Last Ever Ford Capri