Citroen C1 Review

It’s got plenty of style and it’s decent to drive, but the Citroen C1 loses out to more practical city car rivals The Citroen C1 makes a good first impression with its distinctive styling – a result of quirky split-level headlights and an extensive range of contrasting colour and trim options. The colour continues inside, […]

Range Rover Evoque Review

Familiarity has dulled the Range Rover Evoque’s design impact, but it’s luxurious, well-engineered and desirable still For + Great styling inside and out, smooth and efficient new engines, good off-road ability Against – Not as spacious as rivals, pricey options, poor real-world economy The Range Rover Evoque is Land Rover’s most successful ever model – and it’s […]

Mini Hatch Review

In its latest guise the MINI really feels like a junior BMW. It’s more practical than ever too Now in its third generation under BMW stewardship, the MINI is fast becoming a legitimate icon. It might be getting bigger every time, but it’s also getting better, to the extent that now it truly feels like a cut-size […]

Audi A1 Review

The Audi A1 packs sharp looks, a high-quality finish and good refinement into a supermini package Some critics look at the Audi A1 and consider it to be no more than a Volkswagen Polo in a party frock. But the smart looks and upmarket interior mean it offers far more than that. The A1 can become very […]

Volkswagen Scirocco Review

The VW Scirocco still delivers a strong combination of style, space and ability, but is starting to feel its age The current Volkswagen Scirocco was launched in 2008. Based on the Golf, it was designed to offer the same quality and composed drive as the GTI, but with a higher level of practicality than most coupes. […]