This week, top stories that caught the attention of our editors include the essential list of road-trip gadgets, how to stave off cyber car hackers and the future of braking brought to you by computers. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
By 2012 Renault’s fast car division seemed unable to put a foot wrong when it came to building hot hatches. It was no surprise therefore when that year’s Renault Megane 2.0 Renaultsport 265 proved to be an instant hit, nor indeed that it continues to make a fine purchase six years on with good examples now available for around half of the original £24,825 list price. In fact, at this moment in time it might just be the most interesting Half Price Hot Hatch of them all.
With the first six months of 2018 behind us it is an ideal time to take stock of the new car market. After all, today’s new cars are tomorrow’s nearly new ones, as can be seen by the fact that every car in the list below can already be sourced as approved used via CarGurus, with potential savings of thousands of pounds.
This week’s top headlines picked for our readers cover embracing the holiday spirit with American-made cars, tracking mileage milestones and car flips that don’t require any auto acrobatics. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
Since being relaunched by BMW in 2001 the MINI brand has been an incredible success. For that you can thank the way it combines the sense of cheeky fun you’d expect of a classic Mini with modern standards of build quality, safety and reliability.
This week, stories that caught the attention of our editors include car-color fortune telling, good news for Renault enthusiasts and advice for car shopping this 4th of July. Check out these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
If you’re in the market for a small car there’s a good chance the Volkswagen Polo is on your shortlist. After all, alongside the Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa it is a regular fixture in the list of the UK’s best selling cars, with a mixture of practicality, affordability and build quality that buyers find hard to resist.
Are there any other manufacturers that do the whole super-fast estate thing as well as Audi? Certainly none have been at it for as long, with the first seriously rapid RS Audi wagon dating back to the RS2 of 1994 (even if it was co-developed with Porsche).