Volvo XC90 D5 AWD R-Design Polestar Review – Super-Practical, But Needs Updating

Volvo XC90 D5 AWD R-Design Polestar Review – Super-Practical, But Needs Updating

The Volvo XC90 is a highly popular SUV with large families, and for good reason. Hugely practical, safe as houses, and built to a very high standard. However, the interior is in desperate need of an overhaul now, and with a new version possibly in sight, is it really worth buying this first-generation model? Find out by reading more…

Mazda CX-5 AWD Sport-Nav 2.2 175ps Diesel Review – SKYACTIV Tech Offers Power & Economy

Mazda CX-5 AWD Sport-Nav 2.2 175ps Diesel Review – SKYACTIV Tech Offers Power & Economy

Mazda wade into the tough SUV/Crossover fray with their CX-5, which uses rather neat SKYACTIV tech for the chassis, engine and transmission. But is it any good? Read on…

Land Rover Defender 110 Double-Cab Pick-Up XS Review – Dinosaur Still Rules The Rough

Land Rover Defender 110 Double-Cab Pick-Up XS Review – Dinosaur Still Rules The Rough

From 1948 onwards, the Land Rover Defender has without doubt proved itself to be one of the toughest off-road 4×4′s on the market, and they’re still selling well too. By today’s standards however, it’s massively outdated. So, what’s the good, the bad, and the ugly points about it? Read on to find out…

Suzuki Jimny 1.3 SZ4 Review – Small Yet Capable 4×4 Packed with Character

Suzuki Jimny 1.3 SZ4 Review – Small Yet Capable 4×4 Packed with Character

The Suzuki Jimny has been on the go for years now, and has a faithful fan-base who love the Jimny for its fun drive and great off-road capability. With a slight update for 2013, is it now up to date, or still behind the times? Read on to find out…

CarPlan Demon Foam Review – A Snow Foam Car Shampoo

CarPlan Demon Foam Review – A Snow Foam Car Shampoo

Washing your car can be a bit of a pain. It’s messy and time-consuming, and that’s just in trying to dig your old bucket out of the depths of your shed! CarPlan Demon Foam puts an end to all that malarkey. Read on to see why…

Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian Double-Cab Review – Still Keeping Up With The Competition?

Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian Double-Cab Review – Still Keeping Up With The Competition?

The ever-popular Mitsubishi L200 soldiers on, selling well and still highly popular with tradesmen. That may be the case, but with 8 years since it was majorly updated, has it kept up with the newer competition?

2014 Land Rover Discovery 4 SDV6 HSE Review – A 4×4 Beast In Luxury Clothes

2014 Land Rover Discovery 4 SDV6 HSE Review – A 4×4 Beast In Luxury Clothes

The 2014 Land Rover Discovery has now reached a new level of refinement and sophistication, and with a price to match it’s now battling it out with only the really high-end SUV’s. For all that though, does it still cut the mustard when the going gets tough? Read on to find out…

Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.0 CRD V6 Overland Review – Superlative SUV is Much-Loved By Us

Jeep Grand Cherokee 3.0 CRD V6 Overland Review – Superlative SUV is Much-Loved By Us

The 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee is very good. So good, in fact, that we absolutely love it! Read on to see why…

Lexus IS 300h F Sport review – Mid-Priced Luxury Petrol-Hybrid Gets Head Start Over Rivals

Lexus IS 300h F Sport review – Mid-Priced Luxury Petrol-Hybrid Gets Head Start Over Rivals

The Lexus IS 300h F Sport is a petrol-hybrid with sporty looks, decent fuel economy and luxurious interior. But it really isn’t that sporty or fast, so why would you buy it? Read on to find out…

Fiat 500L 1.6 Multijet 105hp Trekking review – Bigger Brother Goes For a Hike

Fiat 500L 1.6 Multijet 105hp Trekking review – Bigger Brother Goes For a Hike

As soon as I mentioned I was getting a Fiat 500L, people assume I mean the cute little 500 they sell. Ahh, no. That L stands for Large, and it certainly is. This Trekking version even allows for a bit off soft-roading! Any good as an MPV though? Let’s find out…

2013 Skoda Fabia vRS Hatch review – Supercharged & Turbo’d Pocket-Rocket Will Eat Many Tyres

2013 Skoda Fabia vRS Hatch review – Supercharged & Turbo’d Pocket-Rocket Will Eat Many Tyres

Bolting both a supercharger and a turbo onto the 1.4 litre engine of the Skoda Fabia vRS Hatch can only result in much fun. What’s the rest of this wee beastie like though? Read on to find out.

2013 Jaguar XJ 3.0 V6 D Portfolio Review – Luxury and Class with Character

2013 Jaguar XJ 3.0 V6 D Portfolio Review – Luxury and Class with Character

The 2013 Jaguar XJ is car of style, sophistication and class, and with the diesel version giving huge power and good fuel economy, we’ve nothing very bad to say about this beauty. This is our 2013 Jaguar XJ 3.0 V6 D 275PS Portfolio review. Read it, and you’ll want one.

Subaru BRZ 2.0i SE LUX – A True Driver’s Car

Subaru BRZ 2.0i SE LUX – A True Driver’s Car

The Subaru BRZ comes across as an old-school Japanese sports coupé in more ways than one. There’s oversteer-a-plenty, and a soundtrack to make your hair’s stand on-end. Anything bad about it though? Have a read to find out…

One day, 33 Car Manufacturers, 160 cars, Lots of Keys, Some Journo’s. Let the Testing Begin!

One day, 33 Car Manufacturers, 160 cars, Lots of Keys, Some Journo’s. Let the Testing Begin!

We were invited along to the main SMMT Test Day at Millbrook Proving Grounds, with the permission to try any of the cars from 33 of the biggest manufacturers in the world. I suppose we’ll pop along for a look…

Jaguar XF 3.0 litre Supercharged: Performance, Beauty and Soul

Jaguar XF 3.0 litre Supercharged: Performance, Beauty and Soul

New for 2013, the Jaguar XF line-up features a powerful 3.0 litre supercharged version, and alongside its stunning interior and exterior design, will give satisfaction every time you drive it. What’s not to like then?…

Jaguar Land Rover Experience Day 2013

Jaguar Land Rover Experience Day 2013

Having access to virtually every single Jaguar or Land Rover is something of a petrolheads dream. We got to do just that though, at the 2013 Jaguar Land Rover Experience Day…

2014 Subaru Forester 2.0D XC Review – 4th Generation Version Is Bigger and Better

2014 Subaru Forester 2.0D XC Review – 4th Generation Version Is Bigger and Better

The previous 3rd-generation Forester was good in many ways, but it also had a lot of bad points too. This new 4th-gen. Subaru Forester now has an improved interior, with chassis and suspension upgrades, and it’s also more roomy. A big improvement over the last version? Definitely!

Nanolex Final Finish Detailing Spray Review

Nanolex Final Finish Detailing Spray Review

German-made Nanolex Final Finish comes onto the scene amidst a sea of detailing sprays now available from a whole host of manufacturers. With a lot to choose from, what makes this one stand out? Read on…

Toyota RAV4 Icon 2.2 D-4D Diesel Manual 4×4 Review – 4th Generation RAV Still Superb

Toyota RAV4 Icon 2.2 D-4D Diesel Manual 4×4 Review – 4th Generation RAV Still Superb

This year (2014), the Toyota RAV4 celebrates its 20th anniversary, and while the original RAV4 was as reliable as the moon, and decently-tough as well, does this latest version continue that legacy? Read on to find out…

Mazda6 2.2l 175ps Saloon Sport Nav review – New 6 Delivers on Style and Substance

Mazda6 2.2l 175ps Saloon Sport Nav review – New 6 Delivers on Style and Substance

The last Mazda6 wasn’t really all that impressive, and the words like ‘dynamic’ or ‘stylish’ could not be used in its description. However, this new third-generation Mazda6 well encompasses the words above. Find out why by reading on…

MG MG3 3Form Sport Review – Roomy, Cheap Hatch Is Quite Likeable

MG MG3 3Form Sport Review – Roomy, Cheap Hatch Is Quite Likeable

The MG3 is one of the cheapest non-miniscule hatchbacks you can currently buy. It’s been stuffed full of safety tech and interior goodies, and it’s roomy and drives quite well really. We have to admit, we rather like it too…

Kia Pro_Cee’d GT Tech Review – First Performance Car From Kia is Actually Very Good!

Kia Pro_Cee’d GT Tech Review – First Performance Car From Kia is Actually Very Good!

The Pro_Cee’d GT is Kia’s first go at making a performance car. We’re rather impressed with it! Read on to find out why…

Suzuki Swift Sport 5-door Review – Budget-Buy Hot-Hatch Is Well Worth Your Money

Suzuki Swift Sport 5-door Review – Budget-Buy Hot-Hatch Is Well Worth Your Money

If you want a cheaply-priced hot hatch, the Suzuki Swift Sport is more than likely going to be the best buy for you. Not only does it have an engine that loves to be thrashed, it’s also well kitted-out, comfortable and decently built too. So, what’s not to like? Not much, actually.

Sponsored Article: Auto Anything.com

Sponsored Article: Auto Anything.com

AutoAnything.com supplies high-quality car accessories and parts for just about every car on the road. No matter what you want to kit your vehicle out with, they’re almost certain to have it. We take a look at why you should take a tour around AutoAnything…

Quick Drive: Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible Review

Quick Drive: Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible Review

Bentley. The brand is synonymous with hand-crafted cars made from the highest-quality materials. They’ve always had a motorsports background, and it shows in their cars power and handling, but what’s it like to actually get behind the wheel of one? We find out with a drive of their ultra-desirable 2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed Convertible.