Athletic, comfortable, and with looks to die for, the new Lexus IS is the small premium saloon of choice for the keen driver.
We spend a day with Suzuki’s popular Jimny and see what the fuss is all about.
We round up two of the rarest hot hatch icons in Singapore - the MINI JCW GP and Renault Mégane Trophy - in search of the ultimate front-wheel drive thrills.
A brief taster of the new Golf GTI suggests that Volkswagen has injected a bit more sportiness back into the long-reigning hot hatch king.
Kia’s already-excellent Stinger gets a mild facelift and quite a bit more equipment inside, but the price tag grows, too.
Volvo’s latest XC40 Recharge PHEV crossover provides a semi-EV experience, but works best if you have a private charging point.
Fast and kinda furious, the face-lifted RS5 is still quick and sensible. But are fast Audis getting too efficient for their own good?
Want a large luxury sedan that can do it all? The cleverer and ostensibly greener facelifted BMW 5 Series takes some beating.
Hyundai’s shrunk the engine of the popular i30, but the equipment list has remained properly sizeable.
Two new compact contestants to Singapore’s car market provide buyers new entry-level options in the Skoda range.
The latest dynamic duo from the BMW M division arrive in Singapore to offer two distinct flavours of performance.
If, like me, you’re looking for a compact car to replace your current ‘oversized’ one, you should probably read this
With a willing engine, lively handling, and a good bit of kit, entry level doesn’t feel quite as such in the new BMW 318i.
In less than a year, Cupra has updated and brought onto our shores the face-lifted model already!
As much space as a mid-sized SUV, with the driving dynamics of a sporty sedan. There’s lots to like about Audi’s new wagon.
Subtle exterior design changes and modernised interior equipment make the MINI Countryman better than ever.
The perenially popular Suzuki Swift gains a tiny bit of hybrid power, but it is the lively handling and generous safety equipment that will put the biggest smile on your face.
The biggest and most expensive Mini you can buy gets a lot more power for 2020, finally giving it performance that’s worthy of the JCW name.
For the longest time, the Mercedes S-Class and BMW 7 Series have topped the luxury barge segment's market share. Can Audi's new A8 steal some sales with this new party trick?
The most powerful 2.0-litre car you can buy adds a touch of practicality to make it a more useable daily proposition.