The perennial favourite of ‘towkays’ gets a makeover.
So the A250 Sport is marketed as the sportiest A-Class, with promising on-paper digits – but overcoming the looks, does it fall into hot-hatch territory?
Every Coke has its Pepsi, every iPad, its Galaxy Tab (cue flame war). But only one name has the qualities that make it 'The Real Thing'. When it comes to hatchbacks, the Golf is that name.
Luxurious and serene as it was, but even better looking.
What to do when you want to keep your sweet handling hot-hatch ahead of the competition? Well according to Renault, you add more powaaaaaah…
The Santa Fe returns with a classier and bolder look, showcasing the Korean’s new upmarket identity; question is, does it drive as good?
Audi let us briefly sample their innovative electric A1
With the next generation of WRXes and STIs still at least a year or two away, it’s up to the 4th-generation Forester to uphold the turbocharged mantle in the Subaru stable.
The redesigned RAV4 gives it the performance and features to keep up with the leaders in this compact SUV segment.
With some added power, the otherwise cute Volkswagen Beetle is now quite the road beast.
The new Porsche Cayman is seriously good. In fact, it's definitely the best drive I've had this year so far. So why am I still missing the previous one?
The RS 4 has landed! Audi invited us to get a taste of one of the first few units that breathed Singapore air. How could we refuse?
… The urban one, that is. Peugeot’s latest baby has landed and, curiously for this end of the market, it’s a diesel!
Mercedes-Benz calls it the “rebel” of the family. Like most rebels, they may have some traits that you'll admire about them, but most prove to be very hard to live with.
Mercedes may have launched this stylish looker here under the radar. But in our opinion, it should have been the star of the CLS range.
Volvo's V40 Cross Country is style and substance all rolled into one.
Last to the 3 Series family, the 316i may pack the least power, but it's so affable, it may just leave its middle siblings neglected by the crowd.
Volkswagen scores a hole-in-one with the new Golf. We drive it, only to find out that it has just bagged the coveted Car of the Year award. We couldn't agree with the judges more.
How do we save the world without any super powers? BMW has the answer. Packing 335 bhp and 450 Nm, the ActiveHybrid 3 is both mean and green!
Audi's A6 Hybrid packs a combined power of 245 bhp and will save you some money too (if you drove it like it had 120 bhp)! But for the price, wouldn't a 3.0 TFSI make more sense?