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Trabant

The Trabant and the BMW 507

Few countries are as gifted with engines as Germany. From the luxury vehicles produced by Audi all the way to the massive Axor trucks engineered by Mercedes, they cover a wealth of models and needs. Their cars are both fast and technologically advanced, and more often than not they are also durable. It is hard to think of anything the...
Sporty Hatchback from Ford

Benefits of A Hatchback!

The Economy We all know that petrol costs are increasing rapidly and unpredictably. Nearly all of us are felling some financial pressure due to the economic conditions prevailing around the world. Wages are not keeping up with inflation so we are all looking for ways to cut costs. Owning a small vehicle might be one of them. Cost In general, small vehicles...

The Nissan Juke Evolves

Nissan were responsible for creating a whole new class within the automotive market. The Juke initiated the start of the supermini SUV models, which then sparked the introduction of further competition for Nissan. Following the date the Juke took to market, the likes of the Vauxhall Mokka, Ford Eco Sport and Mini Countryman all became entrants to the same...

The Main Contenders in the Luxury Saloon Market

Luxury vehicles are built to appeal to every sense of the driving enthusiast, coming equipped with all the latest gadgets, head-turning style and a driving performance to get your adrenaline rushing. Premium brands put a lot of time and resources into making their latest model the most desirable, best seller on the market. Such an epic battle of the...

Chrysler Ypsilon Review

Out of the confusing jumble of manufacturers and brand names that is Fiat, Chrysler and Lancia, a rather unique and eye-catching little super-mini has emerged on the UK market: the Ypsilon. Just to be clear (or as clear as can be!), Lancia are effectively returning to the UK market, after scurrying away with their tail between their legs some years...

3 New premium hatches for 2012

Three of a kind: new premium hatches for 2012 Mercedes, Volvo and Audi will all launch new hatchbacks this year, giving premium buyers some strong new options Buyers looking for an upmarket family hatchback will be spoiled for choice this year, with three new arrivals from premium manufacturers. The biggest splash will be made by the arrival of Mercedes’ third-generation A-Class car....

Mercedes GLA Review

Mercedes GLA first look review The hotly anticipated, Mercedes-Benz GLA mini SUV has recently been unveiled ahead of the Frankfurt Motor show in September. As Mercedes brings out the goods it’s already been compared to other cars within the same category such as the Audi Q3, the recently released, BMW X1 and the Range Rover Evoque. Despite a whole host of competition...

The Kia Pro Cee’d GT has power to succeed

Kia have just launched their first turbo charged petrol engine car in the UK.  And it is a pocket rocket. With the awkward model name of 'pro_cee'd GT' (yes, that is an underscore and an apostrophe in the same dubious model name) it is poised to compete with cars like the Ford Fiesta ST and the Golf GTI, but at...

The 10 Most Famous Cars in TV and Film History

Featuring iconic cars owned by characters such as Batman, Del Boy Trotter, Inspector Morse and Starsky and Hutch  1. The General Lee from the The Dukes of Hazzard Despite having car doors which didn’t open properly – you had to slide through the window to gain access – this 1969 Dodge Charger became one of the most iconic TV cars of...
Audi Executive S7

What’s Going on with Audi?

Audi are riding a wave of success at the moment, but how are they maintaining their position? Judging by what they’re doing, it seems that updating their existing range and adding more ‘hot’ versions of their models are the order of the day. Is this strategy going to prove successful? 250 RS3 Sportbacks Confirmed When the RS3 went on sale in...