Nissan is milking the last drops of the current X-Trail and the buyers are getting the best of it. The latest and probably one of the last model years for this version gets new tweaks based on experience, new perks regarding safety, comfort and infotainment and a whole new diesel option. And the best thing is that all these improvements can come for less money.Read More
Big, safe, roomy, fun… at least for the kids. The new Pathfinder builds on the previous models improving driving characteristics, increasing safety and entertainment tech and giving more room inside than most competitors.
It is supposed to do one thing good – provide suitable transportation for large families. It does that just perfect.
Simone reviewed the Jaguar F-Type recently and loved the sporty machine. So can an estate satisfy her after the F-Type? Of course it can and the 2017 Volvo V60 Polestar is a great example or a sporty car that packs heaps of practicality as well.Read More
The i30 Active Diesel was a great car in its class when Tara reviewed it, but the 2017 Hyundai i30 SR Turbo is on a whole new level, with its revised suspension, lighter and more rigid chassis and a wonderful 1.6 l turbo engine familiar from the Elantra. It is a punchy machine, but Hyundai promises the i30 N by the end of the year and that one is supposed to be even sportier.Read More
After reviewing the top of the range Toyota 86 GTS, we hopped into the 2017 Subaru BRZ. They are very similar and even though the GTS is just a bit better, the BRZ seems like the most sensible choice having in mind the price difference. You get basically the same car for noticeably less money.Read More
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