• October 28, 2016 - Jack Evans

    The used car market can be a minefield. No matter how much research you do, it’s difficult to know whether the specific car you’re looking at will be reliable. Fortunately, American magazine Consumer Reports can take away some of that worry. Each year it updates its ‘used cars to avoid’… Read More

  • October 21, 2016 - Jack Evans

    The BMW 4-Series was introduced in 2014 as the three-door coupe version of the 3-Series. Prior to that, 3-Series cars came in both five-door and three-door configurations, but BMW changed its naming structure so that odd numbers represented more practical five-door models, while even numbers represented the sportier coupe versions…. Read More

  • October 21, 2016 - Jack Evans

    For many drivers, Europe is the ultimate motoring Mecca. Located right on Britain’s doorstep, there you will find an abundance of excellent roads, twisting through scenic villages and bustling cities alike. Venture away from these populated areas and you will find yourself surrounded by lakes, forests and mountains. This variety… Read More

  • October 14, 2016 - Jack Evans

    Citroen’s latest C3 is hot off the manufacturing line and B-segment drivers everywhere are rushing to get their hands on one. Boasting a trendy shape and extensive personalisation options, the new model is perfect for those looking for a little something extra in their city car. Citroen’s charismatic front grille,… Read More

  • October 7, 2016 - Jack Evans

    The 124 Spider is the newest kid on the roadster block. Underneath it’s a Mazda MX-5 but on the outside it gets new styling from Fiat. This is a good thing, because the Japanese are very good at mechanicals and the Italians are very good at making cars look pretty…. Read More

  • September 30, 2016 - Jack Evans

    The 2-Series is a relative newcomer to the BMW range. Introduced in 2014, there are now a number of different variations on offer in the form of a coupe, convertible and ‘Active Tourer’ MPV. For those looking for a sporty, sleek BMW, the 2-Series is your best bet. Today we’re… Read More

  • September 23, 2016 - Jack Evans

    Ford’s Kuga is the ultimate in small SUVs. While not a new addition to the Blue Oval range – it has been around since 2008 – it has only come into its own recently, as the popularity of small SUVs has soared. Based on Ford’s C1 platform – which is… Read More

  • September 23, 2016 - Jack Evans

    When buying a used car, one of the most important things you should be researching is how reliable it is. A car might be incredibly appealing because of its low price. However, spend some time searching for maintenance horror stories and you might find that running costs are extortionate and… Read More

  • September 16, 2016 - Jack Evans

    For anyone buying a new car and thinking about the financial implications of their decision, the actual price of the vehicle is important, of course – but running costs are key, too. Will you have to cough up a fortune to have it serviced? What is the annual road tax?… Read More

  • September 9, 2016 - Jack Evans

    Caterham’s Seven is an iconic superlight roadster, known for its classic style, high performance and lack of roof! The British manufacturer bought the rights to the original Lotus Seven design when it ended production in 1972 and has produced the fun sports cars, which are available as kit cars or… Read More

  • September 9, 2016 - Jack Evans

      Heading into a car dealership can be an intimidating experience. You may be thinking that you’ll be facing pushy sales staff trying to talk you into a deal you didn’t really want. However, the first thing you need to know is that most dealerships aren’t anything like they used… Read More

  • September 2, 2016 - Jack Evans

    The Seat Ibiza has been the city car of choice for those who want something with a bit of personality for years now. The Spanish manufacturer’s place in the Volkswagen Group is as the youth-orientated, fun-loving brand, and that’s most evident in its Ibiza model. With sharp lines, a selection… Read More

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