Our team bring you informed analysis of selected new vehicle models and put them in automotive industry perspective
With a zero to 62mph time of just five seconds, this is the fastest Golf yet. But does the 300PS (221kW), four-wheel drive R live up to the hype?
It might be about to enter its ninth year of production but the L200 pick-up remains competitive and has aided Mitsubishi Motors Europe's 23% year-on-year H1 sales rise.
The sales target might be modest but there's no denying the ability of BMW's newest model, the Macan and Evoque-challenging X4.
It's now more than seven years since the Audi R8 went on sale, but the car's development by quattro GmbH is continuing right to the end of production.
Despite having a one-model range, Isuzu sales have been rising strongly in 2014, and outpacing the market. In June alone, volumes were up by 85%.
With innovations galore, including air-filled bumpers, low CO2 thanks to a base weight of under a tonne, and production ramping up at a once-doomed Spanish plant, the Citroën C4 Cactus is very much the new, profit-driven face of PSA.
We first saw the second generation C1 alongside the Peugeot 108 and Toyota Aygo at the Geneva motor show in March. Production is now ramping up, and UK deliveries are about to commence.
While PSA, Renault, Ford and Toyota struggle in Europe's D segment, Opel-Vauxhall boasts of 100,000 Insignia orders since the facelifted model was launched at September 2013's Frankfurt show. What's GM Europe's secret ingredient?
In the - presumably now smoke-free - corridors of the European Commission (EC) last week - Britain's Prime Minister - with his Hungarian counterpart - raged against the leviathan machine of Brussels - and lost.
The arrival of the Gran Coupé sees BMW expanding the 4 Series to three body styles. How does this new hatchback compare to the rival Audi A5 Sportback?
Discussion amongst journalists attending the European launch of Toyota's redesigned Aygo A-segment city car centred around the engine - had the automaker done enough?
Commercial vehicle operators approach the appraisal of a new vehicle with a completely different approach to a private car buyer or company car 'user chooser'. Considerations such as paint colour range, and the availability of options such as Bluetooth, satnav, rear view camera and various safety items do get considered but only after cost - how much to buy or lease, how much to run?
Barely two years since FHI built the first 86 for Toyota, the 100,000th car has just been announced, as has Toyota Motor Europe’s revised ‘2015 model year’ GT86.
With sales up 36% in *April, and 35% for the year to date, Lexus is surging up the sales charts in Britain, and has even overtaken Mitsubishi Motors. The latest CT 200h is leading the charge as premium segment buyers have at last begun to embrace hybrid cars.
Pictures can lie - in the metal, the new Mini is easy to tell from BMW’s second generation model. But what’s it like to drive, and is the Cooper S good enough to see off its rivals?
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