• Land Rover
    Land Rover Discovery 2018 review: S

    So what is the catch? Well, you will have to continue reading to find out but let us just mention that the Discovery S Td4 is rather fundamental, though our test vehicle was outfitted with a load of alternatives which made it a little more comfy. However, even in its simplest form, this may be […]

  • Jaguar
    Jaguar I-Pace S 2019 review: snapshot

    The S also comprises a guarantee -duration subscription into the’InControl App Remote’ smartphone program, which enables remote tracking of the car’s status and the capability to pre-condition the cottage temperature until you arrive in the vehicle. Bound to be useful on especially cold or hot days. Supplying electric drive to all four wheels are double […]

  • British Car
    2018 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Spied Testing With The New Phantom

    Rolls-Royce is getting ready to launch its very first SUV, and we have a new set of spyshots that show the Cullinan in a production-ready configuration. It is covered in camouflage, but it appears that it’s finished from a design point of view. You can tell that it is almost ready to be released just […]

  • British Car
    MINI Paceman Review

    The MINI Paceman is the seventh car in the MINI range. It’s a three door coupe-styled soft-roader (the looks of a 4×4 and with the high driving position) and is designed with a sloping roof just like the highly successful Range Rover Evoque. A coupe with the practicality of a hatchback Up front there is […]

  • British Car
    McLaren 650S Spider Review

    McLaren’s description of “luxury, engagement and excitement, on road and track, with an electrically retractable hard top” may sound like its describing a three car garage but in fact it refers to just one. The 650S Spider, part of the Woking manufacturer’s Super Series line up, is seemingly all things to all drivers (or at […]

  • British Car
    McLaren 570GT Coupe Review

    Second of what will become a three bodystyle Sports Series family is the McLaren 570GT, a slightly softer, more comfortable take on a high-performance two-seater from the Woking-based manufacturer. Like the rortier McLaren 570S and entry-level 540C, the 570GT is a coupe, but unlike the other two with their aerodynamic rear buttresses, this one has […]

  • British Car
    McLaren 650S Review

    This sleek-looking sports car is the McLaren 650S. It’s a two-seat supercar available as a coupe or a convertible ‘Spider’, which slots into the British firm’s range between the ultra-exclusive P1 and the cheaper (but not exactly slow) MP4-12C. While we’ll try and keep the superlatives to a minimum, it’s safe to say this is […]

  • Used Lotus Exige Coupe 00-02

    Despite what Lotus will tell you to the contrary, this is much more of a weekend plaything than an everyday car. It’s a hard-topped two-seater, and the low doors mean getting in and out requires gymnastic levels of flexibility. However, once you finally have established yourself behind the wheel, it’s fantastic fun. The bucket seats […]

  • Used Proton Satria Hatchback 00-04

    The Proton Satria is substandard in just about every way. The handling offers little in the way of entertainment, although it’s safe enough, while the ride is crashy and restless. Refinement isn’t great, either: both engines are noisy at anything other than idle, and road and wind noise is a pain. The materials used in […]