"The Peugeot 308 is a comfortable, stylish family hatchback with a great interior but it’s not the most practical”The Peugeot 308 is a family hatchback that’s had a complete makeover; its eye-catching looks are a big selling point but there are plenty of other reasons to consider buying one. The 308 is an alternative to the Ford Focus, SEAT
New small electric Volvo offers good looks, acceptable range, strong performance At a glance New price £57,400 - £57,400 Lease from new From £717 p/mView lease deals Fuel economy Not tested to latest standards View pre-2017 economy specs PROS Excellent performance Surprisingly practical Comforable seats and ride CONS Expensive to buy Rivals eclipse it for range Doesn't feel as
With 480bhp and a 310-mile range, does the new Ford Mustang Mach-E GT offers the perfect blend of performance and practicality? We find out... Verdict The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT proves that EVs can be engaging – to an extent. The performance is a given, but the sharp steering and extra agility in Untamed mode help the GT’s case.
Adding an electric powertrain to Vauxhall’s Combo Life MPV creates a fine family utility vehicle, if you don’t mind driving a van Verdict Style sells in the car world and few would argue that the Vauxhall Combo-e Life is over-endowed in that department. If, however, you’re perfectly happy to be seen loading the kids, pets and assorted baggage into
Cadillac's junior Blackwing sedan will go down as one the best driver's cars of all time. Stand around our cluttered, oil-soaked office garage and the conversation will eventually turn to tales of BMW's E90 M3. Sold from 2008 to 2012, the M car's legend continues to grow because subsequent M3s couldn't quite re-create the E90's magic blend of size,
Merc S Classes kitted out to look like a Maybach are aplenty but this dude has taken it further and has kitted a Merc E Class to look like an S 650 Maybach. Complete with V12 badges, this should go down as the greatest automotive catfishes of all times! When buying a Mercedes-Benz E-Class do customers ever think of
The verdict: The Defender delivers modern Land Rover SUV qualities, like impressive power and extensive off-road technology, in a distinctive shape that plays off the past. Versus the competition: For a mid-size luxury SUV, the Defender’s claimed off-road capabilities — including a 35.4-inch wading depth — are considerable. It’s also surprisingly nimble and refined on the street, though its
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