Category : Road Tests
A longer range and more power make the electric Golf even easier to live with, explains Alex Grant.
The Yeti’s larger successor has the market’s best crossovers in its sights, explains Alex Grant.
Beneath that bold design, the Kona is a game-changer in waiting, reckons Alex Grant.
BMW’s third-generation SUV is a technological showcase – with plenty more to come. By Alex Grant.
Transforming into an SUV does little to dent the 5008’s family-moving ability, says Alex Grant.
The third part of the Ioniq family is plug-in hybrid technology done right, explains Alex Grant.
The Stonic gives Kia a conventional sub-Sportage crossover, at last, explains Alex Grant.
Is Alfa’s first SUV a brand extension too far? Alex Grant doesn’t think so.
The Polo does so much, so well, that it could tempt buyers out of the Golf, reckons Alex Grant.
Smart’s first four-seat EV is clever, but compromised, says Alex Grant.
The Scout is a fantastic all-rounder, but with a looming threat, explains Alex Grant.
Audi’s lifestyle estate has never made more sense for fleets, reckons Alex Grant.
The class leader has had a customer-focused update for 2017, explains Alex Grant.
The Compass could be the car to establish Jeep in fleet, explains Alex Grant.
It’s no niche car, but the 5 Series plug-in hybrid isn’t quite mainstream either, explains Alex Grant.
Ford’s popular supermini sets tough benchmarks for its ever-growing list of rivals, says Alex Grant.
Combining crossover cachet and low CO2, MINI’s first plug-in can’t go far wrong, reckons Alex Grant.
Sharper styling and upgraded technology keep the Octavia a cut above, says Alex Grant.
Skoda practicality in a fashionable SUV – the Kodiaq can’t go far wrong, says Alex Grant.
The plug-in performance Golf could be about to find its spot in the limelight, reckons Alex Grant.
It’s still unusual in its segment, but the IS hybrid makes a lot of sense, says Alex Grant.
The tenth-generation Civic offers plenty for fleets, but there’s a catch, says Alex Grant.SECTOR Lower Medium PRICE TBC FUEL 4.7-6.1l/100km CO2 106-139g/km Though ‘Civic’ is a global nameplate, it’s never been a truly global …
The 5 Series isn’t short of rivals, but it’s still setting the standard, says Alex Grant.
A smart new design that bodes well for Citroën models, says John Kendall.
The refreshed C4 Grand Picasso now offers style, versatility and more options, reports John Kendall.