Car safety is not the most glamorous of subjects, but it remains hugely important for obvious reasons. That’s arguably even more the case when it comes to choosing a used car rather than a new one, where crash performance and safety features might not necessarily be up to the latest standards.[Read more…] about The 10 Safest Used Cars On Sale
To some people, the Volkswagen Golf GTI is the definitive hot hatch. Launched in 1976, it helped to prove that a sensible, front-wheel-drive hatchback could be as fast and as much fun to drive as a sports car, cementing a formula that continues to this day. Here’s how the world’s most recognised hot hatch has evolved.[Read more…] about History Guide: Volkswagen Golf GTI
While the logic behind plug-in hybrid cars is sound, it is a technology that has endured a rocky ride of late. For that you can primarily blame the removal in 2018 of the Government’s plug-in car grant for anything other than pure EVs, which makes every new plug-in hybrid £2,500 more expensive to buy than it would have been when the grant was in place.[Read more…] about 2020 Volkswagen Passat GTE Review: A green machine, but is it mean?
Every two years, the motoring world packs its bags for the Frankfurt Motor Show where the latest and greatest cars are showcased. Here the CarGurus UK team selects our six favourite new models that will be heading to a showroom near you soon.[Read more…] about 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show: Six Star Cars
If a hot hatch twitches and ripples with more than 400bhp or if it costs in excess of £50,000, does it cease to be a hot hatch? You could argue that it does, because among the genetic building blocks of the hot hatch genus are affordability and useable performance.[Read more…] about Evolution of the Warm Hatch: From 205 XS to Up GTI