• Chrysler
    Chrysler 300 SRT 2016 review

    Back in the 1960s and’70s the rivalry from the Australian family automobile market was dominated from the so-called Big Three. Constantly given in the arrangement’Holden, Falcon and Valiant’, the significant six-cylinder and V8 cars dominated the local marketplace and place on a ideal royal battle. The place was reversed with the impending passing of that […]

  • Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR review

    It takes an inordinate amount of brand cachet and confidence to do this. At a time when austerity is still making front page headlines throughout the western world, this is a £96,900 Range Rover Sport (£108,450 as tested) that has 542bhp. Those are large figures that could easily seem out of kilter with the times. […]

  • 2017 Audi S4 saloon review

    It’s business as usual for the latest Audi S4 with rapid all-weather pace but a slightly numb driving experience Tweet Widget Facebook Like Google Plus One Close by Alan Taylor-Jones 10 February 2017 Follow @alantaylorjones Source:http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/audi/first-drives/2017-audi-s4-saloon-review

  • Chrysler Ypsilon review

    The Chrysler Ypsilon is the smallest of the new breed of Italian-built Lancias, uniquely badged as Chryslers for the UK because Fiat would rather not confuse, upset or frighten us by re-launching Lancia here having killed it off years ago. More specifically, the Ypsilon is an ultra-compact five-door supermini, only 3.8 metres long but quite […]

  • Chrysler Delta review

    The Fiat Group finally got around to introducing the Chrysler Delta (née Lancia) to the UK in 2011. A crucial prong of the manufacturer’s new UK range reinvented under the auspices of Fiat, the Chrysler Delta is the US brand’s affordable family five-door – its competitor in one of the biggest market segments there is. […]

  • Chrysler Grand Voyager review

    So what elements do you need to voyage grandly, to carry you, loved ones and luggage across huge distances in safety and comfort? Large seats? Undoubtedly. Seven of them? Quite possibly. A practical, spacious cabin? Certainly. A refined, frugal engine, smooth drivetrain and cosseting ride? Tick, tick and tick. This is what the Chrysler Grand […]

  • Chrysler 300C review

    Remember the ill-fated ‘merger of equals’ between Daimler and Chrysler in the late 1990s? In the end it was a merger of disaster and broke down a decade later, but you’re looking at what is one of the few success stories to come from it. At the turn of the millennium, Chrysler’s US-specific entrants in […]

  • American Car
    The Cars That We Love to Hate

    When it comes to cars, opinions around the office can get pretty passionate. Maybe it’s because cars are such a large part of our culture and we interact with them on a daily basis. Some just end up hitting a nerve in a way other modern conveniences can’t. Design is subjective; beauty is in the […]

  • American Car
    The Venezuela Said to Weigh Dollarization to Save Auto Industry

    Toyota plans to restart production lines in August, offering Corolla, Hilux and Fortuner models, spokesman Luiz Carlos Andrade Jr. said via e-mail. Fiat Chrysler reached an agreement with the government last week, and GM is planning to begin assembling some models locally next month, according to people with knowledge of the talks who weren’t authorizedjimwatchesalto speak […]