Car reviews and road tests
The new MINI Countryman is larger and more refined than the last model, and the Cooper D offers decent economy, but is the sense of MINI adventure still there?
The new BMW 520d offers executive class travel with economy of 68.9mpg and emissions of just 108g/km CO2; diesels have their advantages.
Tesla brings more disruptive technology to the car industry with the Model X 90D all-electric, all-wheel drive SUV, with a range of 303 miles, 155mph top speed and 0-60mph in 4.8 seconds – and of course zero tailpipe emissions.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has received minor revisions for 2017, including the ability to lock it into EV mode for the first time; does it still deserve to be one of the best-selling plug-in vehicles?
The Volkswagen Golf GTE is one of our favourite cars, as it combines the opportunity for sporty and zero-emission driving, all in a compact, practical and refined package.
It may not look like it, but the all-electric Volkswagen e-up! feels like one of the fastest and most fun ways to get around town.
The new Mazda CX-5 builds on the strengths of the previous model in an effort to further capitalise on the demand from motorists for SUVs.
The Renault Twingo GT and smart forfour BRABUS are essentially the same car underneath, but they’re very different to drive and very differently priced; so which is best?
Some people have said that the new Land Rover Discovery can’t be as good as the previous model because its styling is now curved rather than square, so we decided to drive it up a mountain to find out.
The all-electric Renault ZOE is good to drive and the Z.E.40 model now comes with an official 250 mile range, making it a more practical and therefore a more attractive proposition to many motorists.