A well-priced and good-to-drive Coupe/SUV crossover PROS Tidy handling and comfortable ride Practical and welcoming interior Good-value pricing CONS Performance isn't exactly sparkling Dated-looking controls and screen If you want diesel, look elsewhere Is the Renault Arkana any good? This is the latest addition to the Renault range. It's a new SUV/coupe crossover – currently the biggest it offers
The verdict: The Tesla Model Y remains untouchable in its combination of efficiency, range and performance, but it’s not without a few potentially deal-breaking quirks. Versus the competition: More than simply energy-efficient, the Model Y is space-efficient, with generous passenger and cargo room for its size, making it a perfectly usable and spacious small SUV. The Tesla Model Y
The Lyriq electric SUV and Celestiq electric sedan are central to Cadillac’s EV charge. The Lyriq will be followed by the Celestiq, a limolike four-door sedan that will take over as Cadillac's flagship. The interior is intended to coddle chauffeur-driven passengers in the second row under a transparent, four-quadrant glass roof. Up front, a large dashboard screen stretches the
Thoroughly rational, practical family car with an air of quality At a glance New price £24,730 - £31,330 Lease from new From £270 p/mView lease deals Used price £17,990 - £24,915 Used monthly cost From £449 per month Fuel Economy 46.3 - 62.8 mpg Road tax cost £155 Insurance group 14 - 22How much is it to insure? New
The new Mazda MX-5 Sport Venture is the latest in a long line of special editions of the world’s favourite roadster Verdict Like the standard roadster, the limited-edition MX-5 Sport Venture is a fantastic car to drive, thanks to its direct handling and buzzy naturally aspirated 1.5-litre engine. But the extra equipment Mazda has added to this limited-run car
Jeep's new plug-in-hybrid Wrangler promises 375 horsepower and 49 MPGe but struggles to smoothly blend its gas and electric power. Depending on how you frame it, the Jeep Wrangler 4xe is either a relic of the past or one of the most technologically complex vehicles on the road. Body-on-frame construction, solid front and rear axles, and a fabric roof
How does America’s second-best-selling pickup satisfy in Rally Sport Truck guise? Chevrolet sold 594,094 Silverado pickup trucks in America last year. Again, that's last year—you know, the bad one with the global pandemic. Also, General Motors will hate me for mentioning this, but since the two vehicles are virtually identical, we really ought to toss in the 253,016 Sierras
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