The Toyota Auris.

Upgrades to Toyota Auris make model even greater value for money

By Gerry Murphy When car makers upgrade models in mid-stream, usually these upgrades are not much more than a couple of cosmetic changes to give the model a facelift on the outside and many make...
The new Audi A4: parent company VW has picked an unusual time to announce its arrival.

Volkswagen guilty of more than just altering emission readings

By Gerry Murphy Timing is everything in business and the press releases coming from Audi about the launch of the new Audi A4 could have been better timed for obvious reasons. The Volkswagen Group diesel disaster...
Three years after its introduction, the new generation Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been given extra A-Classiness thanks to a facelift that it is hoped will see a continuation of the trend whereby two out of every three European owners are newcomers to the brand.

Facelift for new generation Mercedes-Benz A-Class

By Gerry Murphy Three years after its introduction, the new generation Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been given extra A-Classiness thanks to a facelift that it is hoped will see a continuation of the trend whereby two...
The Renault Kadjar.

Renault joins C-segment crossover field

By Gerry Murphy One car in every five sold around the world today is a crossover, and the sector is projected to continue growing in the coming years. Renault has entered the C-segment crossover field with...
Mazda CX-5

Mazda’s CX-5 SUV deserves to be top of the list

By Gerry Murphy A couple of week ago I reviewed the Mazda CX-3 and was impressed. This week it is the turn of its bigger sibling, the CX-5. That raised my expectation for the CX-5...
The new-look Volkswagen Caddy.

VW ploughs a new field

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles chose this week’s National Ploughing Championship as the ideal location to launch the sixth generation of the Transporter and the fourth generation of the Caddy vans. Both are trend setters in their...

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