New cars

Friday, May 22, 2015

Infiniti’s Q70 Hybrid is an executive express with economy and emissions on a par with big V6 diesels that stands out from the crowd, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

All-new second-generation Volvo XC90 can compete head-on with premium sport utility vehicles in all departments.

You might be surprised to learn that Volvo’s first-generation XC90 is only now being replaced. It was a pivotal model for the Swedish company, but after close to a decade and a half it’s time for a 21st century replacement, says Iain Dooley.

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Pocket rocket: Fiesta ST packs a performance punch full of Fords hot-hatch heritage.

Fast, frugal and enormous fun, the Fiesta ST oozes Ford’s hot-hatch heritage. Motoring editor Andy Russell is smitten.

Hyundai i20 grows into class act

Thursday, May 14, 2015
Hyundai i20 is a spacious supermini that's good enough to challenge the class-leaders.

Hyundai has always offered a lot of car for the money and that is certainly the case with the new-generation i20 – in fact it’s hard to believe this is its supermini, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

X4 shows how BMW has found new niche

Thursday, May 7, 2015
The X4, BMW's first mid-size sports activity coupe, looks dynamic and doesn't disappoint to drive.

BMW now has even more X factor with a smaller sports activity coupe with a dynamic drive that will have you gripped, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Used Cars

Friday, May 22, 2015

Infiniti’s Q70 Hybrid is an executive express with economy and emissions on a par with big V6 diesels that stands out from the crowd, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Drivers with personalised registration plates can now retain and transfer them using a new DVLA online service.

Motoring editor Andy Russell finds out the DVLA has launched a new online service to retain and transfer personalised registration plates... just after the hassle of posting his application!

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This 1956 Lotus Eleven Series 1 Le Mans Spec sold for £102,600 at auction.

A 1956 Lotus Eleven Series 1 Le Mans specification sold for £102,600 at a classic car auction at Ascot racecourse held by international auctioneers Coys.

A black 1938 Austin Big 7 was Dick Sturch's very first car in early 1964 which he bought for £10.

Dick Sturch tells us of a bit of bodging on his Austin Big 7... but it only cost him a tenner!

All-new second-generation Volvo XC90 can compete head-on with premium sport utility vehicles in all departments.

You might be surprised to learn that Volvo’s first-generation XC90 is only now being replaced. It was a pivotal model for the Swedish company, but after close to a decade and a half it’s time for a 21st century replacement, says Iain Dooley.

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