Of the 10.83 million cars, vans, lorries and motorcycles built by the Volkswagen Group in 2018, 6.2 million came from VW itself. And so for all the prestige of Audi and Bentley, the growth of Seat, and the unstoppable rise of Skoda, the company contributing the largest volume is still the one that builds the Golf.[Read more…] about 2019 Volkswagen T-Cross Review: Worth the Wait?
If you want your used car search to be as painless as possible there’s something to be said for opting for one of the most popular models.[Read more…] about The 10 Most Popular Used Cars in the UK
It doesn’t seem so long ago that the new car market bounced from one month of record registrations to the next. However, as we move through 2019 the seemingly never-ending political uncertainty, increased taxes and a lack of clarity over the future of diesel continue to take their toll.[Read more…] about The Best-Selling New Cars of 2019
Anybody familiar with Seat’s product line-up might point out that the Spanish car-maker offers one of the best seven seaters currently on sale. It’s called the Alhambra and is a big, comfortable, practical and competitively priced people carrier. What it’s not, however, is an SUV. That’s where the new Tarraco comes in, offering an alternative seven-seat solution in a body style that is much more on-trend.[Read more…] about Seat Tarraco Review: Driving Spain’s Seven-Seat SUV
Although nobody is saying it in quite such direct terms, the British car industry needs this new Range Rover Evoque. Its predecessor was a car on which jobs were built and livelihoods provided, but in these post-dieselgate, pre-Brexit times momentum has been in danger of slipping.[Read more…] about 2019 Range Rover Evoque Review: One of the World’s Most Desirable SUVs