The motor industry’s love affair with the Sport Utility Vehicle shows no sign of waning. These days, buyers can choose from a menu of offerings so extensive that it can be hard to know which way to turn. There are big SUVs and small SUVs, off-road SUVs and on-road SUVs, high performance SUVs, electric SUVs, SUVs that think they are coupes, and superminis that think they are SUVs. So where exactly in all of this does the new Kia XCeed slot in?[Read more…] about 2019 Kia XCeed Review: An (SUV-)inspired business move
How green a car is – used or new – isn’t just about its tailpipe emissions. No car demonstrates this better than the BMW i3, which could just be the greenest used car you can buy.[Read more…] about Why the BMW i3 could be the Greenest Used Car of All
Not too long ago, the Audi S6 derived its substantial motive force from a petrol engine that displaced 5.2-litres across 10 cylinders. The engine had essentially been plucked from the midriff of a Lamborghini supercar and squeezed, most probably with the aid of many shoehorns and much to and fro, into the unsuspecting engine bay of Audi’s mid-sized executive car.[Read more…] about 2019 Audi S6 Review: Does the switch to diesel matter?
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
Unless you’ve recently bought one and therefore already know the answer to this question, have a guess at how much a base model Volkswagen Polo costs. To save you trawling the internet, the answer is £11,970 for a Polo 1.0 S. Head to the other end of the Polo pile and a DSG-equipped 2.0-litre Polo GTI will require you to retrieve 23,160 fine British pounds from down the back of your sofa. The thing is, that even for what a basic Polo costs, you could buy a Porsche.[Read more…] about How to Buy a Porsche for the Price of Polo