BMW’s M3 might have drawn some flak for going the force-fed route initially, but after spending time with it (and slapped with a speeding ticket), there’s so much to love…
Jaguar strapped in a 2.0-litre engine into their XJ – first question asked by most was, “can the car even move?”
The new Audi A3 Cabriolet has grown and is more ‘BMW 120i Convertible’ than ‘Golf Cabriolet’. But is it good enough to be the king of the compact drop-tops?
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.