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White Elephant? So What’s This All About? A Four-Cylinder, Two-Wheel Drive X5? (Part 1)
Can the entry-level faux four-by-four really cut the mustard, or is it over-wheeled and underpowered? Bob harper investigates
Why I Love: 190b Binz Estate
Mercedes-Benz is well known for its estate cars, but it wasn't until 1977 that they were built in house - prior to then, they were custom manufactured by coachbuilders such as Miesen, IMA, and in the case of this 190b, Binz
1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 6.6 Litre
This 1978 Trans Am featuring the attractive ‘Hawk front’ headlamp arrangement was supplied new by Kircher Pontiac, Inc, Fort Worth, Texas, and has had only two Fort Worth owners since new, Robert Smith and Mark Brown, and has only recently arrived in the UK
2014 BMW 2-series Active Tourer first drive
Well it's been a whistle-stop few weeks in the Harper household what with trying to get magazines finished before haring off round Europe and the British Isles on what I was hoping was going to be a restful holiday.
Volkswagen Scirocco - New Engines And Subtle Cosmetic Tweaks
The Third-generation Scirocco is five years old, so Volkswagen has given it a mid-life face-lift to help it take the fight to newer rivals such as the BMW 2 Series and Seat Leon Sc.
We Drove A ’14 Dodge Srt Viper For Three Days
I’m flying. The apexes probably think I’m Dan Gurney. Up over the rise, a blind turn, steady, steady, hold it and, “You should probably wave those guys by,” said my instructor, and I sheepishly pulled to the side to let the faster cars pass.
White Beauty - BMW Z4 sDrive35i
Even if you’re a committed BMW cynic or are not entirely convinced by the new design direction the BMW Z4 has taken (relative to the first-generation E85 model), you’d be hard-pressed to call the current-generation Z4 ugly.
Which One Is The Best? (Part 2)
Even the Ferrari goes through civilised gear changes — at least while wandering around in slurred automatic mode. But once the Manettino dial is turned to race and the paddle shifts are engaged, the naturally aspirated V8 becomes wide awake, transforming the 458 Spider into a full-blooded race car
Which One Is The Best? (Part 1)
Open top devils rear-wheel drive and eight-cylinders are the two common factors between these beauties. But each adopt a different approach to the thrill of driving. So, which one is the best?
Fiat 500L 1.6 MultiJet Lounge – A Family Car (Part 2)
Besides this 1.6-liter turbo-diesel, Fiat also offers a 1.4-liter naturally aspirated petrol. We’d recommend an extensive try-before-you-buy approach, as our test vehicle weighed a portly 1.5 tons that might overwhelm the latter which otherwise performs ably in the 500.
Fiat 500L 1.6 MultiJet Lounge – A Family Car (Part 1)
Fiat has taken a leaf from Mini’s book and evolved its cute city car into a family hold-all. But its growth has not been without teething problems
Porsche Cayenne S Diesel – Pace And Decent Economy (Part 2)
Misgivings about the possible effects of the optional 275/45 tires and 20-inch wheels ($3,800 for the set) on the ride comfort were short-lived. Admittedly firm on broken road surfaces, the suspension never ventures into the crashy spectrum of the scale.
Porsche Cayenne S Diesel – Pace And Decent Economy (Part 1)
It boasts close-to Turbo-rivaling performance yet uses less than 10,0 L/100 km. Has the Cayenne S Diesel just rendered the rest of the range defunct?
Chery J2 1,5 TX – The Car Is In A Good Condition, Power Stering (Part 2)
In the J2′s defense, however, it does manage to feel livelier than the figures suggest. The engine picks up revs cleanly and doesn’t unduly mind being caned (although there are some vibrations and feint clonks), making for a fairly pleasurable drive on inner-city roads
Track Goddess Creating An M8 Replica To Pound The Tracks Of New Zealand (Part 2)
Alan chatted to Andy and liked him enough to discuss the possibility of him building the race car he desired – especially as after that first foray on to a race track the brakes seized to the extent that the pads had to be chiseled off. The car was obviously in serious need of some TLC.
Twin Test – New Citroën C4 Picasso vs Volkswagen Golf SV – Brood brothers (Part 3)
The C4 Picasso is a little cheaper for company car drivers, because its lower C02 output qualifies it for cheaper monthly tax bills; as a 40% rate taxpayer you'll need to fork out an extra $181 a year for the Golf SV.
Twin Test – New Citroën C4 Picasso vs Volkswagen Golf SV – Brood brothers (Part 2)
The Golf has a height-adjustable boot floor, but changing between the two positions is an awkward manoeuvre because you first have to remove a divider. The seats lie at a slight angle when folded too, and a front passenger seat that folds flat is a $270 option, whereas it’s standard in like C4 Picasso.
Twin Test – New Citroën C4 Picasso vs Volkswagen Golf SV – Brood brothers (Part 1)
MPV buyers are looking for far more than just a big boot, so it’s a good thing that both these cars have rear seats that slide, recline and fold, allowing you to trade rear legroom for more boot space.
2014 Honda Civic Coupe – A New Look Up Front For The 2014 Model
You know how Honda works. Its mid-cycle changes are hardly ever dramatic. A crease in a bumper here, a fraction less friction there, and maybe a couple more horses.
2014 Mitsubishi Mirage – Honesty Is The Best Policy
The 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage, a new city car, is the smallest and least-expensive car the Japanese automaker plans to sell here. It is offered in several Skittles-like colors including kiwi green, plasma purple, infrared and sapphire blue. You can also get black, white and silver.
2014 Nissan Rogue – Larger, More Efficient, And More Family Friendly
Notwithstanding some exciting concept cars, Nissan is not the enthusiast brand that it used to be. The 2014 Rogue is the latest in a string of core model redesigns that favor mass appeal over driving excitement.
2015 Audi S3 – A Handsome Car
The 2015 Audi S3 didn’t draw much attention on this sunny, cool morning in Monte Carlo. Parked outside a posh hotel near the famous casino you know from James Bond films and mere steps from the iconic streets that make up the circuit of the Monaco Grand Prix, the S3 only hints at what it can do
Chery J2 1,5 TX – The Car Is In A Good Condition, Power Stering (Part 1)
012 was a disappointing year for Chery SA,” said the company’s MD, Brett Soso, earlier this year at the South African launch of the J2 budget-B-segment hatchback.
2014 BMW 535d And BMW i3
This is the garage of the future, a BMW i3 electric vehicle and a BMW 535d diesel side by side. Actually, it’s not exactly the future. More like this coming spring, when the i3 goes on sale in the United States.
2014 Honda Accord Hybrid – A Solid And Dutiful Car
There are parts of Texas where you’re more likely to see an oil well than a mid-size car, so prevalent are pickups and SUVs. It’s not quite that extreme in cosmopolitan San Antonio.
Mercedes GT AMG – Merc’s Porsche Hunter
This is pretty much how Mercedes-Benz’ SLS-replacing GT will look when it breaks cover at next year’s German grand prix. Based on latest spy shots and refined following our discussions with Mercedes design boss Gorden Wagener, we put together these sketches on the new GT 368kW twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 flagship supercar that Mercedes-Benz’s AMG is putting the final touches to.
2015 Audi S3 – Compact Luxury ACE
Snaking up and down the ribbons of road through a southern France mountain range, the 2015 Audi S3 gets a workout.
Porsche 918 Spyder – A Unique Combination Of Performance And Efficiency
Meanwhile across the town in Stuttgart, Porsche has tweaked its 650kW 918 Spyder’s performance figures following final testing, shifting 0-100km/h to just 2.5 seconds, or 0.2 seconds quicker than before.
The Lexus IS350 F Sport – IS On Form
Lexus is well regarded for its quality and dependability; along with its customer service. Last year, the brand topped all four of JD Powers' quality and service surveys in the US. But in markets outside the US, Lexus has a staid image, something the company is keen to change with its sharper L-Finesse design.
The Mitsubishi ASX 2.2 Diesel Sport – An Eminently Sensible Choice
The ASX happened along at a time when Mitsubishi really needed something to complement the larger, rather successful Outlander. One aspect holding the slick 1.8-litre turbodiesel ASX back was the lack of an automatic transmission option.
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