Car reviews and road tests
With its folding hard top roof, does the Mazda MX-5 RF still offer the fun and lightweight efficiency of the soft top MX-5 convertible?
The MG GS is practical, affordable and decent to drive overall, but a 1.5-litre petrol engine is the only powertrain option.
The Nissan Micra is a big improvement on the old model in areas including styling, interior quality and the driving experience, but how does it compare to rivals?
The Nissan Juke looks funky and it’s still fun to drive, but it’s been around for a while now, so should you still consider one?
Despite its official 134.5mpg NEDC economy figure, thanks to its combined power output of 407hp, the Volvo XC60 T8 Twin Engine is more of a performance SUV than a green SUV.
The Suzuki Ignis, featuring a mild hybrid system, is light, efficient and fun; with four-wheel drive, it’s a really capable – and interesting – all-rounder.
The Mercedes-Benz E 220 d 4MATIC Estate has a diesel rather than a petrol or plug-in hybrid powertrain, so can this possibly be the recommended engine option?
The Mercedes-Benz E 350 e plug-in hybrid offers the promise of 134.5mpg and zero emission capability in an executive saloon with the Mercedes badge.
The new 283mpg, 22g/km CO2 Toyota Prius Plug-in is less of a car and more of a machine designed for ultimate efficiency.
The Kia Rio, in diesel form, used to be one of the most economical cars on sale; is diesel still the engine you should choose for the new Rio?