Car Reviews, Saloon

Peugeot 508 GT 2.0L BlueHDi 180 Automatic Review

20 Jun , 2017  

We first reviewed the Peugeot 508 way back in 2012. In fact, it was our first ever press car. So it holds somewhat of a sweet spot for us. A whole five years on, how is it ageing and is it still competitive in an ever-refreshing segment?     Looks Well, Peugeot have certainly manned […]

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Car Reviews, Saloon

Volvo S90 Review 2017

18 Mar , 2017  

When Volvo first showed the S90 to the world it wowed. Following the slab like, sculpted lines of the XC90, it’s totally modern in its design. Seeing the S90 in the flesh at Geneva for the first time we ascertained that it was an equally impressive machine. Ten months on and we got to spend […]

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Car Reviews, Saloon

Skoda Superb Hatcback Review

4 Mar , 2017  

Now in its third incarnation the Skoda Superb has had awards thrown at it left right and centre over the last 12 months. What Car made it car of the year, Auto Express named it best family car of the year and it even made it to the final few in World Car of the […]

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Car Reviews, Saloon

Kia Optima Review 2016 UK

10 Feb , 2017  

Kia have released an all new Optima, but you wouldn’t know. Looking much like a facelift with some tauter lines and slightly fresher looks. The whole car is in fact brand new. Being 10mm longer, 25mm wider and 10mm taller. Its 50% stiffer than the outgoing model, and 0.01 more aerodynamic in its Cd rating. […]

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Car Reviews, Saloon, Sports

Subaru WRX STi 2016 Review

28 Jan , 2017  

Subaru’s Impreza is a legend. Known for its rallying prowess it took Colin McRae to his only world championship title back in 1995. They were forever duelling with Mitsubishi’s Evo, but that rivalry wasn’t just kept on the rally stage. You were either a Subaru guy or a Mitsubishi guy, Impreza or Evo.     […]

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Car Reviews, Hybrid, Saloon

BMW 330e Review – The future of motoring

5 Nov , 2016  

When I first received the 330e to test for a week I was pondering the purpose of a plug in hybrid. Why would you plug your car into the mains when it has a perfectly good 2 litre turbo charged petrol engine up front?! I had thought to myself that I wouldn’t bother plugging it in […]

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Car Reviews, Saloon

Lexus IS 200t Review – Stunner

16 Jul , 2016  

As we have previously mentioned Lexus are completely on the right track when it comes to their latest design language. Having driven the NX and being thoroughly impressed next up was a more middle of the range machine, the IS200. In F-Sport trim some rather pricey add-ons had been thrown at it, namely the seductive […]


Car Reviews, Saloon

2015 Rolls Royce Ghost Series 2 Review

26 Mar , 2016  

Now not many of us will ever be in the position to purchase an automobile the price of the average house. But if the chance arose, there is no doubt you would probably buy a Rolls Royce. The Ghost is the entry level into the brand, a snip, starting at £222,888. This Ghost however was […]



Car Reviews, Saloon, Sports

2016 Jaguar XF Review – Watch out BMW

6 Dec , 2015  

If I were to personify the XF, I’d be inclined to think of a rather famous fictional secret serviceman in his last two incarnations. Before he was good looking, charming, but slightly flabby and not up to Bourne or Hunt for sophisticated moves. Today we’re used to him as a tall, well built, chiselled and […]


Car Reviews, Saloon, Sports

Jaguar XF R-S Review – Super Saloon

8 Aug , 2015  

Jaguar have a lot to thank the XF for. When it was released in 2007 it pretty much single handedly saved the Jag brand. It bought in fresh blood, suddenly younger 40 somethings wanted one, whether they be execs getting them on lease or your average family man wanting something a bit more upmarket than […]


Car Reviews, MPV, Saloon

2015 Citroën DS 5 Review – A brand launcher?

23 Jun , 2015  

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Citroën DS, a ground-breaking car in its time, recognised as one of the most influential cars of the 20th century. In 2009 Citroën revived the DS moniker to denote their premium models and last year they announced they would be splitting off DS as a premium brand […]


Car Reviews, Saloon

Jaguar XE Review – First UK Drive EXCLUSIVE

30 May , 2015  

It could be argued that Jaguar’s XF saved the brand. It brought in new, younger blood to what was strictly an older clientele. Jag now need to do this again. They need 30 something, company car owner, mile munchers to keep the big cat heading in the right direction. With eyes on the compact executive […]