A new car is launched to break the gloom of coronavirus, shining a beacon of light in th… oh, it’s the Honda Jazz.

Practical and good value, but also quirky as a Citroen should be, and quirky as a Citroen shouldn’t be.

Our guide in Iceland describes the volcano that caused chaos for air traffic across Europe back in 2010 as “quite small” adding that it’s ready to erupt. The revised Nissan Navara better be tough…

The DS 3 Crossback escapes from Citroen’s hand-me-down history to stand as its own unique model. C’est magnifique?

As we march towards the inevitable coronavirus-created zombie apocalypse, you’ll need two things; as many toilet rolls as possible, and an Isuzu D-Max XTR.

The Hyundai i30 N is one of our favourite cars of the last few years, but has its transformation to a Fastback taken the edge off? Yes, but that’s on purpose…

There must be something about Lexus design that just works. All those sharp edges, straight lines and contradictory angles on the NX leave some viewers aghast but, for every hater, there’s somebody that thinks a Lexus is the bee’s knees. If Marmite made cars, they’d build a Lexus.

The new Volkswagen T-Cross is about the same size as the T-Roc, which you might think is a terrible mistake on Volkswagen’s part. However, the German firm is certain it’s not got metric and imperial measurements mixed up and wants two similar cars of a similar size…

The Czech firm is feeling pretty confident about the new Skoda Scala. Phil Huff finds out why…

Is there a cooler car manufacturer than Volvo? And if not, is there a cooler car than the Volvo V60 Cross Country?

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