Car reviews and road tests
We like the Hyundai KONA, having tested it with petrol and electric powertrains – but is the diesel equally as good?
The new Kia Ceed does most things very competently but we’d recommend everyone to try the all-electric Kia e-Niro before buying a petrol or diesel Ceed.
We’ve already had an initial drive of the Jaguar I-PACE, but what’s it like to live with for a longer period of time – especially when you’re covering lots of miles in remote areas away from the main concentrations of public charge points?
The Kia e-Niro has an official 282 mile WLTP electric driving range, a practical, compact crossover-style body, and it’s relatively affordable: it’s another game changer from the rapidly progressing Hyundai & Kia corporations.
The Hyundai NEXO is a Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicle, meaning that it’s an EV that generates its own electricity onboard from hydrogen rather than needing to plug it in to charge it, and refuelling takes just five minutes.
The Lexus RX450h L is a 7-seater petrol-electric hybrid with a focus on luxury, performance and refinement.
The Ford Fiesta ST offers fun combined with a 47mpg official economy figure – in other words, it’s exactly what we’re searching for – a great driving experience and efficiency.
The 2019 Model Year Mazda MX-5 RF has one main change compared to the previous version, which is more power – 184ps compared to the previous 160ps – this doesn’t sound like much of a update, but few other changes were needed.
The Jaguar I-PACE offers zero emissions, a dynamic driving experience, a great-looking and practical body style, and of course performance – so is this the ultimate all-round green driver’s car?
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has been revised for 2019 and it’s now more economical thanks to a larger battery and new petrol engine – and it’s also better to drive.