4x4, Car Reviews, Crossover, MPV

Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Review – Late contender

21 Apr , 2014  

Suzuki are gunning for a new market segment, the crossover. Since the Qashqai created the class way back in 2007 it has exploded, with most of the major players fielding their own crossover vehicle. Suzuki have always been lacking in the family segment, they need the S-Cross to be a big seller. We attended the […]


Car Reviews, Crossover, Hatchback

2014 Kia Soul Review – Evolution not Revolution

15 Apr , 2014  

As I walked towards the line of new Kia Souls lined up waiting I was pleased to see that the latest generation has kept the distinct proportions and shape as the car it replaces. The exterior design has more than a splattering of design cues from the Track’ster concept car, but the overall shape is […]


Car Reviews, Crossover, Sports

Nissan Juke Nismo Review – Crossover of performance

21 Mar , 2014  

Nissan Motorsport Limited AKA NISMO was founded in 1984, but it has taken 29 years for them to release a fully blown, fully developed and supported road car into the UK market. The Juke NISMO. Powered by the 1.6 DiG-T engine it’s tuned to produce 200 HP and 250 Nm of torque. 0-60 is 7.8 […]

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Car Reviews, Crossover

2014 Nissan Qashqai 1.2 DIG-T Review – The crossover reboot?

10 Jan , 2014  

In 2007 Nissan created the ‘Crossover’ segment with its Qashqai. Since then practically every manufacturer has jumped on the bandwagon, but Nissan has held on to its success with sales increasing year on year. Over 1.7 million have been built in the Sunderland plant alone. 7 Years on and they have released its spiritual successor. […]


Car Reviews, Crossover

Peugeot 2008 Review – Practical mini crossover

3 Jan , 2014  

Peugeot have had great success with their 3008 crossover, now they are seeking to find a new market with its smaller 2008 model. We tested the range topping Feline trim, with a 1.6 e-HDi diesel engine that makes 92 BHP and 230 Nm of torque. 0-62 is in a leisurely 12.8 seconds, but the whole […]