We’ve previously driven both the Macan S and Macan Turbo, now we see how the entry-level variant fares in this ever-burgeoning segment
Nissan’s compact Qashqai, now with a small 1.2-litre engine, makes the biggest sense for Singaporean drivers
BMW is filling every possible segment they could - this Gran Coupe is really worth a closer look
The 650S is probably known as a 12C with a new face, but we realized the difference between the two are beyond skin deep; really deep…
The niche segment filler from Mercedes gets hyper this time around but the question now is, who would want one?
Lexus enters the German-dominated segment with its fresh offering, but beneath all that fancy sheetmetal, is there any real substance?
It’s a monumental task for Infiniti’s compact executive who has to face BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi and Lexus in this very challenging segment
A revised version of Panamera’s tree hugger silently made its way here
It’s no high-performance car whatsoever, but this little Suzuki still impresses in many other ways
The main question here: Is it any better than the 328i and A4 2.0 TFSI?
Finally life is a fiesta when you… err… have a Ford Fiesta
Nissan has decided to add some fun into their otherwise humdrum Sylphy family men mobile – but is it just a vain effort?
The day is finally here: BMW’s highly regarded two-door M3 has now (a) been renamed M4 Coupe and (b) also turbo'd. Good or bad? Read on…
The highly successful Cayenne’s younger sibling gets the turbo treatment – big question here is whether it’s worth the premium over the Macan S
Honda’s highly loved compact mini is back, but is it a case of a little too late when the Europeans are already at the forefront?
Hyundai’s turbocharged Veloster is a gem of a car that is just, unfortunately, forgotten
Mini’s entry-level model may sound diminutive, but how it performs is in no way small at all.
Kia’s concept of style without costing an arm and a leg is presented in the latest iteration of their Koup
No longer dull and now satisfying to drive - someone did their research very well, and the end product is a far cry from its predecessor
BMW’s 4 Series Convertible looks more upmarket than the 3 Series, and should go down well with executives looking for a car to cruise around in after a hard day’s work…