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The new X5 of BMW
BMW alone makes a diesel engine packing three turbochargers. We wondered why until we drove the new X5. Its taut, terrific and will now well-off outdoorsy types
The new Outlander PHEV of Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi will claim the hybrid high-ground later in the year when it introduces the new Outlander PHEV to its range. It’s a plug-in hybrid with pretty impressive credentials yet it comes with a price tag that won’t render it a showroom wallflower.
Punchy Little Thing – Ford EcoSport EcoBoost
We finally drive Ford’s much-talked-about EcoSport with the EcoBoost engine. But does it really live up to the hype? Well, we have solved the mystery the Car India way
Citroën’s style-laden DS models (Part 2)
The retail presence in Auckland has been given a boost with the opening of a new flagship showroom in Greenlane
Citroën’s style-laden DS models (Part 1)
Citroën’s style-laden DS models are all about the design. They are difficult to recommend rationally however.
Ferrari 458 Speciale – Extreme Sport (Part 2)
For all the Speciale’s changes, it’s still the 458′s super-quick steering that requires most acclimatization –it’s fighter-jet agility remains shocking and it takes a few corners to realise that, yes, you really can keep your hands fixed in place on the steering wheel, even though tight hairpins
Ferrari 458 Speciale – Extreme Sport (Part 2)
The dual-clutch gearbox responds to commands on the steering column-mounted paddles more promptly than before, even though Italia owners might scratch their heads and say, ‘um, but the shifts are already instantaneous’.
Ferrari 458 Speciale – Extreme Sport (Part 1)
Improving on the 458 Italia is a fool’s errand, so Ferrari decided that this hardcode version should be ‘different, not better’. We’re about to taste the difference
2014 Chevrolet Stingray Convertible – Home Run, Take Two
This part of the two-lane back road was particularly rough, yet the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible showed absolutely no shake or rattle. It just rolled along, as rigid, tightly wound and complaint-free as Kim Jong Un’s family Christmas gathering.
BMW M3 Coupe – M Duo Powers On
BMW may have broken 26 years of naturally aspirated M3 tradition with its new model, but while the new F80 version with its direct-injection, twin-turbo inline 3.0-litre six offers just a minor increase in power, it delivers a whopping 150Nm of extra torque (550Nm) over the outgoing 4.0-litre V8, realised between 1800 and 5500rpm
- First Drives Of 2014 BMW M235i, Honda Civic & Fiat 500 (Part 2) - Fiat 500L MultiJet Beats Edition Urbanise
- 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Test Drive
- When More Isn’t More Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG / Jaguar XJR / Audi S8 (Part 3)
- Renault Clio - Sharp, Dynamic Looks Promise Much (Part 2)
- Merc A45 AMG v Audi S3 v BMW M1351 - Mercedes Powers Its Way To Pole (Part 1)
- Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 vs Daimler Double Six (Part 2)
- Range Rover 2014 - Kia Proceed 2013 - Citroen C4 Picasso (Part 1)
- The Volkswagen Scirocco R – A Technically Impressive Car
- Road Test RS Q3 The Compact High - Performance SUV (Part 1)
- SEAT Leon 1.2 TSI SE - Comfort, Exterior, Safety And More Security
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