The second generation of the B-Class car heralds a new compact class era at Mercedes-Benz in terms of both design and technology.
We know the big question ringing in your head: Is Peugeot’s latest GTi a vain effort to capture a slice of VW’s pie, or is it a really competent competitor?
Infiniti's first hybrid to use a new-generation Infiniti Direct Response Hybrid technology; one electric motor with twin-clutch system to deliver linear performance and consistent rear-drive handling
New to the Burnpavement.com team, contributing writer Dr Kevin Co revisits the diesel engine and tells you if diesels are the way to go.
In a surprising twist, Hyundai put some design verve into their groundbreaking coupe; those looking for the latest (but affordable) fashion accessory should look here…
Never before have we been puzzled by a name for new car. It suggests a two-door heritage, sexy and fast. Can this new crossover on the block live up to the claims?
It proved to be the everyday sports car, at the same time bringing the 911 to a whole new level up; still, should you buy one?
We'll sum up this car in two words. Enormous and powerful. There you have it, our article is pretty much done. If you'd like to read more though, we did spend some time penning down our thoughts.
Audi's last hurrah for the A3 is this meteoric baby rocket known as the RS3. The smallest, but by no means the least of the brand's who's-your-daddy RS range. We drive this crazy-fast car.
Now into its third generation, has Ford finally found its sweet spot in the mid-size sedan segment here?
Singapore's best-selling model for 2011 now comes with more space and a funky twin-boot. We drive the 535i Touring and see how it measures up as a sports-wagon.
The A1 is said to be Audi’s answer to BMW’s Mini, but what came out of this comparison was far more telling of these two car’s differences...
After finding out that the Mazda distributorship in Singapore had changed hands, we decided to give our good friends at Eurokars Group a call to see if we could get acquainted with the brand again.
While some opined that Mini's Coupe is another marketing exercise, driving it proved to be more than just that
We sum up the cars of the year that did one thing well: Making us happy.
The Edition 35 is Volkswagen’s way of celebrating 35 years of the evergreen Golf GTI. But is it the perfect anniversary present?
With a new chiseled front-end, the new Peugeot 308 CC is less pretty but more handsome. Is the assertive look going to win more male buyers?
After a 9-year hiatus, the Golf Cabriolet is back! With a quick soft-top that retracts in 9 secs, this car is fast in more ways than one.
Kia's sportiest drive has been a success on our roads since its launch two years ago. The new face-lifted version sports a new bodykit and a smooth 6-speed gearbox. We drive the 'better' Kia Koup!
How well will svelte coupé style blend with diesel power? We just had to find out.