The other hyper 3 Series but with 600 Nm of torque, enough to scare supercars – or is it?
Can’t decide what car to reward yourself with after working hard since graduating from university? BMW has the answer…
VW’s ultimate Golf returns – for all family men, there is still hope for non-boring motoring…
Peugeot is aggressively introducing diesel-powered models, and to up the ante, they have a hybrid-diesel wagon available now – yay, or nay?
The entry-level (take a deep breath) ‘5 Series on 7 Series platform’ hatchback has been in our market, quietly, for quite some time – do you know about it?
Don’t want to join the Lamborghini and Ferrari crowd, but still want something equivalent with a little bit more exclusivity? Tadaa…
Big is good for some… err, we’re talking about engines here. But BMW proves that in reality, a medium- sized turbodiesel with refinement is all you need
One of Singapore’s best-selling MPV gets the diesel treatment, but is it VW's vain effort to fill up as much segment or is it really beneficial for Singaporean drivers?
What has plenty of space, loads of power, a lot of presence and the ability keep up with exotic cars double its price? You're staring at it. Audi's RS 6 is truly a wonderful piece of machinery.
Mazda's new 3 is a compelling effort from the Japanese car maker. Neatly styled and well-built, it is just short of a hat-trick by a noisy and leisurely motor. We share more in this review.
Kia’s Optima K5 mark two came silently with subtle changes; thing is, does it tick all the right boxes as a value-for-money large sedan? (Look away, badge snobs…)
Singapore’s highly regarded family sedan now comes in a more stylish body-shell, but can it continue as well as it’s predecessor?
If you must have a German coupe for whatever reasons it may be, BMW’s entry-level 4 Series is worth a close look
This jacked-up V40 with a diesel lump proved to be one of the best bargains in our market
We've driven the M135i last year and it even made it to Burnpavement’s ‘Surprises of 2013’ list; this time, we sample a kitted M135i. Sound the alarm...
Audi seems to be on a roll, soup-ing up everything in their stable. The Q5 3.0 TFSI we drove earlier is already as fast as anyone would want an SUV to be. Is there really a need for an 'S?
Does the flagship X5 have it all? We spend some alone time with BMW’s SUV to see whether it can be the segment leader
A sporty Range Rover sounds like real fun...
A jacked-up 208 with extra cabin space; sounds like an interesting proposition doesn’t it? Oh, and it’s a diesel too…
It obviously needs no introduction, but this revamped Tucson is surprisingly good