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2022 Hyundai Kona Review: A Cute-Ute Formula That Makes Sense

30. Nov, 2021. Hyundai

 The verdict: The 2022 Hyundai Kona’s tidy dimensions make it city-friendly, while available all-wheel drive and decent cargo space make it a true SUV. Versus the competition: The Kona’s engaging road manners make it more fun to drive than many in this class, but a tight backseat and small cargo area make it one of the smallest you...

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29. Nov, 2021. Ford

    Agile hot hatch combines performance and practicality    PROS Entertaining to drive Spacious rear seats Plenty of standard equipment  CONS Rivals are faster... ...and cheaper Interior quality a disappointment Is the Ford Focus ST any good? If you’re talking hot hatches, you’ll probably soon start discussing products with a blue oval on their nose. That’s because the Ford Focus ST is the latest in a long...

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New Volkswagen ID.4 GTX 2021 review

27. Nov, 2021. Volkswagen

VW ID.4 EV gets another electric motor and four-wheel drive in hot GTX form Verdict It wouldn’t have been right for Volkswagen to use the illustrious GTI badge on its new range of electric performance cars. That’s not to say the ID.4 GTX isn’t fun in its own right, it just lacks the character of its petrol-powered...

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Lexus NX SUV review

25. Nov, 2021. Lexus

  New Lexus SUV is a huge upgrade over its predecessor    PROS Comfortable and refined to drive Good electric range New infotainment long overdue  CONS Not exactly exciting to drive Only average practicality Steering wheel controls confusing   Is the Lexus NX any good? This is the new NX – Lexus’ answer to the likes of the BMW X3, Range Rover Evoque, Audi Q5 and Volvo XC60. The old car was a big-seller...

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New Kia EV6 AWD review

22. Nov, 2021. KIA

The RWD version of the Kia EV6 impressed us, but can the AWD model do the same?  Verdict The Kia EV6 is a terrific electric car, but we’re not convinced that it’s worth spending the extra money on this dual-motor version. It’s faster in a straight line but not really any more involving or capable on twistier roads –...

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Tested: 2022 Audi RS e-tron GT Whirs to 60 MPH in 2.9 Seconds

19. Nov, 2021. Audi

As Audi's version of the Porsche Taycan, the new RS e-tron GT is an exciting, Tesla-chasing ride.  To make sure the 2022 e-tron GT stands out among the brand's other electric offerings, Audi asked sound engineers to develop a new soundtrack specifically for the e-tron GT and RS e-tron GT models. Before you go looking for it on Spotify, we'll...

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Audi Q5 Sportback Review: As Practical as It Can Be

18. Nov, 2021. Audi

    The verdict: The 2021 Audi Q5 Sportback trades some of the regular Q5’s utility for a sportier look — and sacrifices less practicality than expected in doing so. Versus the competition: The coupelike SUV trend is a bit of a head-scratcher to us, given the body style often leaves less interior space than a traditional SUV (for more money)...

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2022 VW Jetta GLI Proves That VW Still Cares about Drivers

15. Nov, 2021. Volkswagen

Although it drops the previous base trim, the GLI still can be had with a six-speed manual. Despite Volkswagen's push toward electric vehicles, the company is providing assurances that it's still dedicated to the sport compact car. Want evidence? The new-generation Golf GTI and Golf R have clearly been developed with driving enthusiasts in mind. VW's American arm pushed for six-speed...

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Tested: 2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz 2.5T Shuns Convention

11. Nov, 2021. Hyundai

Hyundai's new Santa Cruz compact truck attempts to skirt the rules for traditional pickups. Breaking into the lucrative truck market isn't for the faint of heart. Subaru's Baja lasted four short years, Honda had to butch up the looks of its Ridgeline to secure a seat at the table, and even Toyota's T100 stumbled until it became the V-8-powered Tundra. And who...

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New Ferrari 812 Competizione 2021 review

10. Nov, 2021. Ferari

We hit the track with the Ferrari 812 Competizione, the extreme version of the 812 Superfast     Verdict The 812 Competizione is a force of nature. The engine is an event simply in itself, but it’s combined here with exploitable handling that makes this ultimate Ferrari immensely enjoyable to drive and surprisingly forgiving too, given the performance on...

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Here Is All You Need To Know About The 2024 BMW 5-Series

08. Nov, 2021. BMW

  The reveal of the all-new, eighth generation of the BMW 5-Series is scheduled for 2023, but sightings of camouflaged prototypes of the premium sedan combined with reports from insider sources have painted a pretty clear picture of what to expect. Additionally, a speculative rendering from Magnus.Concepts based on the prototypes give us a glimpse of what the upcoming 5er could look...

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2024 Toyota Tacoma: Are We Finally Getting A Modern Tacoma? (VIDEO)

06. Nov, 2021. Toyota

The new fourth-generation Toyota Tacoma may be the most eagerly anticipated new truck arriving in the next few years. A lot of people love the Tacoma — sales have always been strong, and the midsize truck is more popular now than ever. Tacoma build quality is formidable, and resale values have remained absurd. But nearly everyone...

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New Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid 2022 review

04. Nov, 2021. Volkswagen

We find out if the new Volkswagen Multivan eHybrid can breathe life into the sparse plug-in hybrid MPV segment Verdict There’s no doubt that the new Volkswagen Multivan is better than the old Caravelle in a number of key areas. There’s more space inside, the styling is up to date and the addition of a plug-in hybrid...

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2022 Toyota Tundra Review: Better Where It Counts

02. Nov, 2021. Toyota

    The verdict: Redesigned at long last, the 2022 Toyota Tundra pickup truck prioritizes improvements for the many over novelties for the few. The lack of the latter may limit its ceiling for success, but core half-ton shoppers should find plenty to like. Versus the competition: The new Tundra doesn’t offer the sky-high payload or towing packages, advanced driver-assist...

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Lexus LS review

30. Oct, 2021. Lexus

  Flagship Lexus does grand luxury in a different way    PROS Amazing interior with some incredible details Smooth, quiet and refined World-beating reliability and warranty  CONS Expensive running costs Unimpressive performance Hard to justify against an S-Class   Is the Lexus LS any good? In reality, it doesn't matter how good it is, as the company sells fewer than 100 examples in the UK every year –...

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New Honda HR-V 2021 review

28. Oct, 2021. Honda

The new Honda HR-V compact SUV has arrived in the UK and it ticks plenty of boxes  Verdict Ingeniously practical, well-built and impressively frugal, the HR-V ticks many of the compact SUV boxes. Our time driving in the UK has put to bed question marks over fuel efficiency - few cars in this class can offer the...

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2022 Audi RS3 Is Music to Our Ears

27. Oct, 2021. Audi

Audi's redesigned five-cylinder RS3 sports sedan is as vocal as it is potent.  Earlier this year, Audi announced that it would cease development of all new internal-combustion engines as it transitions to all-electric powertrains by 2033. Yet, in defiant anticipation of that silent goalpost, the brand's engineers endeavored to equip the redesigned 2022 Audi RS3 with the loudest, most powerful...

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Peugeot 308 hatchback review

23. Oct, 2021. Peugeot

"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...

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Volvo C40 Recharge review

22. Oct, 2021. Volvo

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 special as it should   Is the Volvo C40 any good? Volvo’s latest ‘small’ car...

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New Ford Mustang Mach-E GT 2021 review

20. Oct, 2021. Ford

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...

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Becomes A Maybach S-Class

16. Oct, 2021. Mercedes

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...

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Land Rover Defender Review: Tough Luxe

14. Oct, 2021. Land Rover

    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...

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BMW i4 hatchback review

13. Oct, 2021. BMW

"BMW's first all-electric compact executive model has arrived to challenge the Tesla Model 3"  Pros Classy interior Great handling 300-plus mile range Cons Expensive No front boot Confusing infotainment The BMW i4 is a vital new model for the brand because it represents the first all-electric model intended to win over buyers of its core BMW 3 Series and BMW 4 Series models. Not only that but it...

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2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS450+ Electrifies Luxury

12. Oct, 2021. Mercedes

The less powerful version of the EQS offers relative value and range for a six-figure outlay.     After driving nearly every car for sale over the last 20 years, it's natural for the cars of the past to enter into your thoughts when driving something new. Humans compare experiences to gain perspective, which explains why we were...

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Ford Fiesta Active review

07. Oct, 2021. Ford

With a strong driving experience and trendy SUV styling, the Fiesta Active has a lot to recommend it – but the standard car is cheaper     The SUV boom shows few signs of stopping any time soon, and manufacturers have tried to cash in as much as possible. Ford not only sells ‘proper’ SUVs like the Kuga...

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Volkswagen Taigo review

02. Oct, 2021. Volkswagen

  Stylish Coupe-SUV take on the T-Cross looks promising  PROS Excellent engines shared with T-Cross Wide model range promised Standard digital cockpit across the range  CONS Sloping roof means less practicality It won't go on sale until 2022   What's a Volkswagen Taigo? It's the result of more platform gaming from the VW Group as its latest small family car bridges the gap between the Polo and...

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2022 BMW iX xDrive50 First Drive: A Glimpse at the Future

29. Sep, 2021. BMW

BMW’s newest SUV previews our and its electric future. BMW is serious about going green. Forget about concept cars; starting in 2025 all BMWs will ride on what's for now called the Neue Klasse platform, a single electric vehicle architecture to rule them all. Board member and development CTO Frank Weber called the Neue Klasse "new new" and went on to...

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Tested: Mercedes-AMG E53 Coupe Exudes Elegant Menace

28. Sep, 2021. Mercedes

In a market of flashy and ferocious performance cars, AMG's two-door E53 is subtle yet effective.   We had the 2021 Mercedes-AMG E53 over a perfect weekend, hot enough to appreciate a luxury car with a vigorous air-conditioning system and ventilated leather seats, yet breezy enough to pop up the sunroof and let the pine scent of mountain air...

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BMW 330e review

17. Sep, 2021. BMW

  Plug-in BMW 3 Series is an excellent, tax-efficient all-rounder   At a glance New price £40,440 - £51,145 Lease from new From £475 p/mView lease deals Used price £24,905 - £45,360 Used monthly cost From £622 per month Fuel Economy 156.9 - 217.3 mpg Road tax cost £145 - £480 Insurance group 33 - 36How much is it to insure? New 26.5 - 36.8 Miles per pound (mpp)    PROS Up to 41 miles of battery-only range Lovely steering and...

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New Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo 2021 review

16. Sep, 2021. Porsche

With a lower price tag and more boot space, the all-electric Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo is the perfect all rounder  Verdict There are very few chinks in the armour of this more affordable Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo. It’s still more than fast enough, handles beautifully, balances this with plenty of comfort and refinement, and offers plenty of...

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2022 Porsche Macan S Inherits 375 Horsepower

15. Sep, 2021. Porsche

A shuffling of the Macan lineup gives the S some serious firepower.     Life in the middle isn't easy, just ask any child with older and younger siblings. While the others get all the parental attention, living in the middle can feel like you're overlooked. In the middle of the 2022 Porsche Macan lineup, sandwiched between the 434-hp...

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2022 Toyota Corolla Cross Review: Safe, Simple and Slow

14. Sep, 2021. Toyota

The verdict: Toyota turned the popular Corolla transportation appliance into a roomier, more versatile, even slower transportation appliance — now with optional all-wheel drive. Versus the competition: There are more exciting competitors, better performing ones, some with nicer interiors, those with better ergonomics and ones with better multimedia systems — but the Corolla Cross’ combination of basic safety...

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Hyundai i20 N First Drive: Hyundai’s Best Driver’s Car

10. Sep, 2021. Hyundai

The i20 N is an absolute riot. Unfortunately, we can’t have it.   Americans have a pathological aversion to subcompact hot hatches. Mini's John Cooper Works variant of its Hardtop is the sole stateside representative of a performance car genre that's been highly successful in Europe and Asia. The entertaining Ford Fiesta ST, launched in late 2013, lasted just...

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Toyota Prius Plug-In review

08. Sep, 2021. Toyota

  Though it's been around a while, PHEV Prius still returns impressive numbers    PROS Potential low running costs Generous standard equipment Quiet and relaxed at a cruise  CONS Extremely shallow boot Not as good to drive as more modern rivals Underwhelming performance Is the Toyota Prius Plug-in any good? The Toyota Prius is the archetypal hybrid car, and its plug-in sibling aims to expand the range’s appeal by...

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2021 Kia K5 GT First Test: Front-Wheel-Drive Burnout Machine

05. Sep, 2021. KIA

Never forget how important the right tires are.   "Power is nothing without control." That's not a quote from a notable historical figure or philosopher; it's part of Pirelli's marketing message, with the slogan plastered across billboards during Formula 1 races. The point is well taken, but Kia apparently didn't get the memo while it worked on the...

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2022 Porsche Macan Does More with Less

02. Sep, 2021. Porsche

Even in its base four-cylinder form, Porsche's updated compact SUV is a joy to drive.  "Oh, that's the Macan," the woman said. "I like those." Just as we were feeling smug about our ride, it became obvious she was talking about another Macan, parked a few spots over. Ah, well, it is the bestselling Porsche after all, and one...

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Range Rover Sport PHEV SUV review

30. Aug, 2021. Land Rover

“The Range Rover Sport PHEV could prove to be far cheaper to run than other models in the range, and it’s more luxurious, too”     Pros 31-mile electric range Low CO2 emissions Good to drive Cons Reduced practicality Thirsty once batteries run out Less suited to high-mileage drivers The Range Rover Sport P400e plug-in hybrid arrived as part of a range update, and brought with it an...

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Tested: 2022 Volkswagen Taos Plays Big Among Subcompact SUVs

28. Aug, 2021. Volkswagen

Nearly as large as the compact Tiguan, the Taos is an attractive new entry point for VW's crossover lineup.     The all-new 2022 Volkswagen Taos is the product of a familiar pattern in the car business. As a particular vehicle segment grows in popularity (in this case, crossovers), manufacturers tend to enlarge and differentiate their entries to make room...

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Hyundai Kona N SUV review

24. Aug, 2021. Hyundai

“In the Kona N, Hyundai has created another fantastic performance model - one that makes a great alternative to a Volkswagen T-Roc R” Pros Very quick Lots of standard equipment Cheaper than nearest rivals Cons Automatic only Too many drive settings i30 N is bigger and costs less The standard Hyundai Kona isn’t our favourite car in its class but the Kona Electric is one of the best...

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2021 Dodge Durango GT First Test: Still Young at Heart

20. Aug, 2021. Dodge

In its 11th year, the freshened Durango drives newer than some and tows more than all competitors.   This 2021 Dodge Durango GT seems a little like the older big kid in class who might have been held back a grade or two. Compared to his peers, he's more muscular, capable, mature. He'll never be valedictorian, but he's...

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2023 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Is the One We've Been Waiting For

17. Aug, 2021. Porsche

Take the already excellent 718 Cayman GT4, give it more power and performance, and drive to the edge.   WHAT IT IS: An even more capable, focused, and track-ready version of Porsche's already magical 718 Cayman GT4. WHY IT MATTERS: From the moment Porsche launched the original Cayman for the 2006 model year, the car was lauded as a great choice for enthusiast drivers...

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2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer Go Big for Jeep

16. Aug, 2021. Jeep

An old-school formula brings modern levels of comfort and technology to Jeep's new full-size SUVs.  Jeep says that the all-new 2022 Wagoneer drives like the "smallest big car." After spending a day with Wagoneers and Grand Wagoneers, we'd probably drop "smallest" from the phrase. This is because at their core, these 214.7-inch-long SUVs employ the segment's proven formula: take a full-size...

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Mercedes-Benz W114/W115 Meets The EQE Classic

15. Aug, 2021. Mercedes

Original meets Retro – Mercedes W114 W115 /8 meets the EQE Classic – what about a traditional looking electric car? If tales of their reliability are even half-true, then most of them must still be in working order. In fact, we’d be surprised if you haven’t actually seen one on the street in the past month...

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2022 Hyundai Santa Cruz Review: A Good Kind of Weird

13. Aug, 2021. Hyundai

The verdict: A small pickup truck that doesn’t much look like one, the Santa Cruz “Sport Adventure Vehicle” (Hyundai’s preferred nomenclature) provides an impressive driving experience and utility in an unusual package that historically has struggled to find buyers. Versus the competition: We haven’t yet driven the 2022 Ford Maverick, the other new compact pickup on the block...

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2022 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X First Drive: What We Hoped For

12. Aug, 2021. Nissan

Nissan delivers a midsize pickup that can hold its own against any direct competitor. It has been a long 17 years, but the much-awaited Nissan Frontier is finally on its way to dealerships, and just prior to their arrival, we were invited out to drive the newest midsize pickup. Continuing Nissan's 62 years of pickups in America, the...

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2022 Hyundai Kona N First Drive: An Impressively Great Time

10. Aug, 2021. Hyundai

This isn’t an SUV—it’s a Veloster N for practical people.   When you're interested in performance cars, you want vehicles best engineered to deliver the most dynamic fun—and that means cars. We're talking coupes, sedans, and hatchbacks, not tall, heavy, bulky SUVs. Weight is the enemy of performance, as is a high center of gravity. Most new car...

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2022 Audi e-tron GT and RS GT Make Us Forget They're EVs

05. Aug, 2021. Audi

Audi's new e-tron GT Quattro and RS e-tron GT are great sports sedans first and electric cars second. Somewhere between Los Angeles and the desert-like canyon country north of the city, the Audi e-tron GT Quattro ceased to be an electric car. Not literally, of course. Its 83.7-kWh battery pack kept sending electrons to the motors on each axle...

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Tesla Model Y SUV review

04. Aug, 2021. Tesla

"The Tesla Model Y takes what makes the Model 3 great and adds SUV practicality" Pros Fast and efficient Spacious interior Hatchback boot Cons Delayed for the UK Patchy build quality Limited model lineup The Tesla Model Y has all the ingredients to be a hit when it eventually arrives on UK shores. The Tesla Model 3 has already struck a chord with buyers, appearing in...

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2022 Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain Review

03. Aug, 2021. Mercedes

The humble station wagon used to be the car for families as diverse as the Bradys, the Foremans, and probably the most famous, the Griswolds in National Lampoon’s Vacation. But wagons fell out of favor for high-riding and cavernous minivans in the ’80s and ’90s, which then gave way to SUVs and crossovers, but some...

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New Volkswagen T-Roc Active 2021 review

02. Aug, 2021. Volkswagen

The new Volkswagen T-Roc Active trim adds extra kit to the small SUV for not much more money   Verdict Active trim adds worthwhile extra kit and boosts the level of value on offer in the T-Roc range. It’s an attractive small SUV that’s complemented by enough tech, comfort and fundamentally sound driving dynamics, but we’d save even...

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BMW M3 Competition Review: 85% Brilliant

30. Jul, 2021. BMW

The verdict: Even more capable than before, the new M3 is a supercar disguised as a sedan — but it’s the disguise itself that might just be a deal breaker. Versus the competition: The M3’s adjustability sets it apart from competitors like the Mercedes-AMG C63 and the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio; it can be a calm around-town cruiser...

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Volkswagen T-Cross SUV review

29. Jul, 2021. Volkswagen

“The Volkswagen T-Cross is one of the class leaders in the small SUV sector” Volkswagen offers a wider choice of SUVs than most manufacturers, with six different models and more in the pipeline. The T-Cross is the smallest and cheapest, sitting below the T-Roc, Tiguan, Tiguan Allspace, the electric ID.4 and the flagship Touareg. It aims...

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2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS Writes Its Own Rules

28. Jul, 2021. Mercedes

    When Mercedes-Benz CEO Ola Källenius unveiled the 2022 EQS in April, he described it as a defining moment for the world's oldest carmaker. We're numb to hyperbole when it comes to car launches, but in this case it's hard to argue with the 52-year-old Swede who has wasted little time steering the company deeper into the electric-vehicle...

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2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT First Drive: The SUV King of Kings Is Here

27. Jul, 2021. Porsche

Porsche’s new monster SUV has blitzed the Nürburgring, but it’s just as much fun in the real world. Earning the title of being the quickest SUV around Germany's famed Nürburgring Nordschleife is the reason why the 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT has been getting headlines, but you actually forget about the 'Ring after you spend a weekend...

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Renault Arkana review

23. Jul, 2021. Renault

  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 in the UK – and it's a direct...

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2021 Tesla Model Y Review: Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too

21. Jul, 2021. Tesla

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 is the...

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Volkswagen Golf Estate review

10. Jul, 2021. Volkswagen

  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 8.0 - 10.7 Miles per pound (mpp)  PROS Sensibly sized for British roads and towns Premium feel and many...

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New Mazda MX-5 Sport Venture 2021 review

09. Jul, 2021. Mazda

  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...

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Tested: 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe Complicates a Simple Machine

07. Jul, 2021. Jeep

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...

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2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 RST First Test: It's So, So Close

06. Jul, 2021. Chevrolet

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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2022 Mercedes-Maybach S680 4Matic First Drive: Big Luxury in Every Sense

05. Jul, 2021. Mercedes

It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that bling. The 2022 Mercedes-Maybach S-Class S680 4Matic is a glittery thing. The grille and the front intakes, the trim down the middle of the hood and across its broad rump, the frame around the greenhouse, the exhaust pipes, and the wheels all sparkle as brightly as a...

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Toyota Mirai first drive

02. Jul, 2021. Toyota

  Welcome to the future: the hydrogen-powered Mirai is the EV you fill up in just five minutes      At a glance New price £49,995 - £64,995 Lease from new From £672 p/mView lease deals Used price £36,295 - £44,220 Used monthly cost From £906 per month Fuel economy Not tested to latest standards View pre-2017 economy specs Insurance group 34How much is it to insure?  PROS The most ecologically sound car on sale? Zero tailpipe...

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2021 Hyundai Santa Fe Hybrid Brings Upscale Efficiency

30. Jun, 2021. Hyundai

A smooth gas-electric powertrain, quiet cabin, and premium features give Hyundai's updated mid-size crossover an edge.   Unlike Toyota, Hyundai isn't really known for its hybrids. Although its Ioniq hatchback is a solid shot across the Prius's bow, Hyundai doesn't broadly tout the fuel-sipping virtues of its hybrid powertrains, instead focusing on its familiar narrative of value and accessible luxury. But perhaps that's...

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Toyota Yaris Cross first drive

28. Jun, 2021. Toyota

Latest small SUV is good to drive and economical Is the Toyota Yaris Cross any good? If you're in the market for a small SUV, you're never going to complain that there isn't enough choice out there. With models from Audi to Volvo on offer, there really is something for everyone. And yet, into this mosh pit...

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