THIS diminutive little Peugeot 108 is is the French manufacturer’s version of the joint project between Toyota, Peugeot and Citroen, the fruit of which is this little beauty seen here, which in Peugeot’s case, has taken over from the 107.
ON its way for the New Year is an all-new Skoda Fabia, shorter and lighter than the current model but claiming to be roomier inside and, for what was once the joke backward brand of British motoring, a serious venture to bring (with a few evident teething problems) smartphone technology into a small family car.
Peugeot 3008 HYbrid4 Allure review and road test report. KEITH WARD reports on an automotive ground-breaker. THIS particular version of the Peugeot 3008 Crossover was billed on its introduction nearly three years ago as the world’s first diesel electric hybrid car. It impressed then, with its punchy performance, a 70-plus official mpg rating, free annual […]
Mitsubishi ASX road test report and review by KEITH WARD MITSUBISHI is a relatively small player on the current UK car scene, a minnow selling a modest 1,000 vehicles a month, so less than a half of one percent of the market and only eight per cent of the throughput here of its biggest fellow-Japanese […]
Audi A1 Sportback road test report and review by Keith Ward BY August, Audi announced a new half-year global sales record of 869,355 vehicles and expect to end the year with more than 1.6m deliveries. All this fuelled by the biggest investment programme in the German company’s history, totalling 22 billion euros by 2018. If […]
Land Rover Discovery Sport road test report and review coming soon The New Land Rover Discovery Sport goes on sale at the end of January, DAVID HOOPER has a look at the new car and where it fits into the Land Rover range. THE new Land Rover Discovery Sport goes on sale on January 22 […]
SIR William Lyons famously declared that all Jaguars have to look fast even when they are standing still – and Jaguar believe their new XE sports saloon which goes on sale in 2015 will live up to the edict of the company’s founder.
The keenly anticipated new model is expected to be a big hit in the company car sector – BMW should be concerned about its 3 Series sales, as should Audi with its A4, I fancy. I’m in no doubt customers will welcome something different in the market-place
THE new Toyota Aygo has gone all trendy on us and this latest model is a striking little car, with its big black cross design on its face, and in the case of this week’s test car, matching black alloy wheels and curvy black roof panel. The bright LED daytime running lights accentuate the low front skirt nicely, too.
The Toyota Aygo ‘s interior has had a good make-over as well, and now comes with