As the unstoppable forces and immovable objects of Brexit get ever closer to colliding, I can’t help but think that the German-owned brand is having a little bit of a laugh at our expense with the new Mini Clubman.

Who needs British Airways when you’ve got a BMW 7 Series, your own private cross-continental cruiser?

Even now, if you think about Subaru there’s a good chance that you’ll bring to mind images of Colin McRae hurtling through a Welsh forest in a blue and gold Impreza, undoubtedly sideways and seemingly ever only an inch from an enormous accident.

Is the Kia ProCeed a practical and sporting Shooting Brake that everybody can afford? Perhaps…

Bigger is always better, yes? Then the Lexus RX L should be spectacular…

Luxury to love or loathe; Lexus’ latest is divine but divisive.

Utterly predictable, but utterly superb. Who knew, seven generations ago, that the BMW 3 Series would become one of the most common cars on UK roads. The range has expanded to include ferociously fast coupes, practical estates and stylish faux-SUVs, but the core model is, and pretty much always hasContinue Reading

Trying to sell a medium-sized saloon car in the UK is a tough job, and surprisingly not because the population is switching to SUVs en masse.

The new Audi A1 is bigger and bolder than its predecessor, but is it better? Phil Huff finds out…

Twenty years ago, the Focus was a turning point for Ford. It was another family hatchback, but one endowed with a chassis and suspension that meant it was actually fun to drive. Not the kind of fun you can only have on a track, but fun just heading to Waitrose.