Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

Rolls Royce Dawn 2017 Review

25 Mar , 2017  

So, what happens when you have everything, but need a speedboat on land? You buy a Rolls Royce Dawn, naturally. Starting at £264,000, it currently sits at the entry point for RR ownership, with the Wraith a mere £7,000 more. Our Dawn came in at a £268,130 with options. Mind you, a Riva Iseo speedboat […]

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Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

Mazda MX-5 RF Sport Nav Review

9 Feb , 2017  

There’s no doubt about it, we thoroughly love the latest generation MX-5. Although it may not have been the big handling revelation that Mazda made out, its reworked, smoother 2.0 litre lump and revised characteristics made it more manageable on the limit than ever before. Instead of adding a metal roof to the little roadster as they have done […]

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Car Reviews, Coupe, Hatchback, Sports

Audi S1 Review

14 Oct , 2016  

I’d like to meet the man responsible for putting a 2.0 litre turbo charged engine, coupled with Quattro all-wheel drive into a car the size of my shoe. I hope it’s one man in Ingolstadt that nobody really takes seriously, but occasionally he is let out from his mad invention room and someone takes a […]

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Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

2016 Mazda MX-5 160PS Review

8 Apr , 2016  

Mazda’s plucky little MX-5 is a legend, love it or loathe it. When it was released way back in 1991 it revolutionised the roadster marketplace. Since then things became a bit wayward, the model strayed slightly from its core values. It became porky and more comfort orientated. The latest model aims to right some of […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

2016 Audi TT 2.0 TFSI Quattro Review – Beast

1 Apr , 2016  

Audi’s TT has always been loved, but in this latest iteration it has gone from a stereotypical hairdresser’s car into something a lot more butch. Now in its third incarnation everything has become tighter, more finessed. Gone are the large bulging headlights, sculpted angular lines replace and cut off circular ones. It’s more masculine. It’s […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

Rolls Royce Wraith Review – Ultimate GT

17 Jan , 2015   Video

So what does £227,000 get you these days? Well if you have that sort of cash as walking around money you might think about commissioning yourself a Rolls Royce Wraith. Debuting last year the Wraith is Rolls sportiest model. A type of car you drive yourself, rather than one to be driven in. It opens […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

Morgan Plus 8 Speedster Review – Modern Classic

21 Nov , 2014  

Having previously driven Morgan’s unique and wonderful 3 Wheeler, it was about time we sampled one of their V8 beasts. What better way to do so than in the Limited Edition Plus 8 Speedster. Powered by a 4.2 litre V8 pumping out 367 BHP and 501 Nm of torque, this 950kg two seater gets you […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

2015 Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe Review – Supersized

31 Oct , 2014  

It’s not often you get the chance to drive a house, that privilege is normally saved for those whose role in life is to pilot a double decker bus, or hen party filled stretched Hummer. Certainly none of them can claim to have hit 60mph in around four seconds, but owners of Merc’s new S63 […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

Nissan 370Z NISMO Review – Muscle Car

17 Oct , 2014  

Nissan’s affordable sports coupe the 370Z has been with us since 2009, but last year they released a new NISMO variant as part of the new NISMO performance range. Power from the 3.7 litre V6 is upped by only 11 BHP to 339 and 8 Nm of torque making 371 in this new model. 0-62 […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

2014 Porsche Cayman Review – Precision Instrument

15 Aug , 2014   Video

We have had some quick drives in Porsches before, and the Cayman was very impressive…so we asked for one for a week long test. Our Guards Red Cayman is fitted with a 2.7 litre flat six engine, producing 271 BHP and 290 Nm of torque. This propels the 1330 KG car to 60 in 5.5 […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

Subaru BRZ Review – Analogue

12 Jul , 2014  

So we test drove the Toyota GT86 back in 2012, we felt it was a good driver’s car but the interior let it down. We got the chance to have its twin brother the Subaru BRZ for a whole week to see if it changed our minds. The Subaru BRZ costs £23,995. For that money […]


Car Reviews, Coupe, Sports

Jaguar F-Type S Coupe Review – Still the one to buy

20 Jun , 2014  

Having previously driven the almighty F-Type R Coupe, we had to find out if the middling V6 setup was still the sweet spot in the range. Our test car came in at £73,395 after having £13k of extras thrown at it. Most notable were the 20” Tornado alloys – £1,250, 770w Meridian Stereo – £1,700, […]

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