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, 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, Sports

2016 Honda NSX Review – A legend returns

22 Oct , 2016  

Honda’s NSX is a legend. Every petrol head knows the story behind the original, even today they are still lorded as a superb driving machine. It had a production run from 1990 to 2005, showing just how cutting edge it was for the time. But the second generation has been a long time coming. Initially […]

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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, Hatchback, Sports

Peugeot 308 GTi Review

1 Oct , 2016  

Peugeot are back with a family sized hot hatch. The last time this happened it was 1997 and the 306 GTi-6 would hit 60 from a standstill in 8.5 seconds. Oh how times have changed. This latest performance 30X model has had the 270 BHP RCZ R engine shoehorned into it. From just a 1.6 […]

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Car Reviews, Hatchback, Sports

2016 Kia Pro Ceed GT Review – Still a winner

5 Aug , 2016  

Kia’s first stab at the hot hatch market was a welcome addition to the segment, they pretty much nailed all of the key points. This year they have given it a mild tweaking just to keep it fresh, we took a Yellow Flame model for a spin to see if it’s still a winner. Kia […]


Car Reviews, Sports

McLaren 570GT Review – THE daily sports car

25 May , 2016  

McLaren have been going from strength to strength of late, way back in 2010 the 12C brought road cars back to the fore. No longer were they a one trick pony, resigned to the history books. Fast forward 6 years and oh how the times have changed. They now have three very distinct segments in […]



4x4, Car Reviews, Crossover, Sports

Jaguar F-Pace S 3.0 litre Diesel Review

20 May , 2016  

As most of you probably know Land Rover have been part of Jaguar for a fair old time now. Together JLR have gone from strength to strength, especially when it comes to big beefy 4×4 sales. So it seems strange that Jaguar are launching their first SUV, after all they have the market pretty tied […]



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, Sports

Nissan GT-R Nismo Track Pack Review – Godzilla still got game

6 Feb , 2016  

The Nissan GT-R R35 is actually quite old, isn’t it. For perspective, it first turned a wheel on UK roads around the same time the then new Ferrari F430 Scuderia did. Yet like a fine wine, R35 seemed only to get better with age. In its initial sub 480bhp form we were told of a […]

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