• August 17, 2017 - James Ash

    It’s been around 20 years since Ford last officially sold a large SUV, that was the Explorer, and while it was spacious and comfortable, it carried with it some typical American traits, the biggest being poor fuel economy. During that absence the demands set by 4×4 owners have grown, not… Read More

  • August 15, 2017 - James Ash

    There was a time when the only draw for buying a car from South Korea was a cheap sticker price. Build quality, driving manners and even safety were all afterthoughts. But over time, manufacturers like Kia and Hyundai have evolved into brands that are starting to trouble more established European… Read More

  • August 14, 2017 - James Ash

    For over 35 years the Mitsubishi Shogun has gathering something of a cult following. Once upon a time it was considered THE go to 4×4 for anyone with an active lifestyle, capable of towing heavy loads, as well as heading further off road than many of its rivals, and without… Read More

  • July 27, 2017 - James Ash

    Jaguar has launched the new XJR575 with a high-speed interview. Designer Wayne Burgess being questioned by TV presenter and race driver Amanda Stretton as the performance saloon accelerates from 0-186mph. Lasting just 44 seconds – the time it takes Jaguar’s fastest-ever XJ saloon to reach its top speed – Burgess… Read More

  • May 30, 2017 - James Ash

    With the climax of the UEFA Champions League season on the horizon, Nissan – the official global automotive sponsor of the competition – has put football to the ultimate test, assessing whether the thrill of the game is more exciting than being a passenger in the iconic GT-R supercar. In… Read More

  • May 17, 2017 - James Ash

    For years, the ingredients for creating a baby hot hatch have followed a very simple recipe – take a supermini, drop in a more powerful engine, stiffen up the suspension and beef up the bodywork, and hey presto. But when Audi was creating the S1, it soon realised that there… Read More

  • May 15, 2017 - James Ash

      The Smart car is a pretty recoginisable little car. The ForTwo first appeared in the UK in 2000, and since then it’s become a little more rounded. This car, however, has been breathed on by tuning company Brabus. This gives it bigger wheels, a more aggressive bodykit and –… Read More

  • May 12, 2017 - James Ash

    Mention the word Peugeot and hot hatch, and it won’t be long before the numbers two, oh and five come up. Unfortunately for the French company, every baby hot hatch they’ve produced since the 80s have failed to live up to the ‘iconic’ status of its fore bearer. Yes, it… Read More

  • May 10, 2017 - James Ash

    SUVs are hot property at the moment, with each manufacturer clamouring to get one to market. This is Vauxhall’s – the Mokka X. With a wide range of petrol and diesel engines to choose from at a competitive price, the Mokka X is good choice for families. But how can… Read More

  • April 28, 2017 - James Ash

    Bill Plant driving school is re-launching its BMW i8 driving experiences in London. The BMW i8 joins the driving school’s nationwide fleet of BMW tuition vehicles including the BMW i3, BMW 1 series and BMW X1. This driving experience is available within London to anyone with a valid UK provisional… Read More

  • April 20, 2017 - James Ash

    Hyundai Motor has made history when a near-standard 2.2-litre diesel Santa Fe became the first passenger vehicle to be driven across the continent of Antarctica from Union Camp to McMurdo and back again.The Santa Fe was driven by Patrick Bergel, the Great Grandson of legendary polar explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton…. Read More

  • April 20, 2017 - James Ash

    Citroën, the club’s Official Automotive Partner, challenged Arsenal players Carl Jenkinson, Laurent Koscielny and Shkodran Mustafi to an unusual type of target practice after one of their training sessions.The players attempted to kick footballs through the open roof of a Citroën C1 Airscape as professional stunt driver Paul Swift drove… Read More

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