The thought of a 1.5-litre turbo petrol in a large family estate would have perished on the vine as recently as a year ago.
When someone says their new car is designed to be "business class, not Ryanair", you can bet they've thought long and hard about the sort of buyer they reckon would be interested in that
The XC60 has been a massive success since its launch nine years ago. It now has a real premium class cabin and the overall Volvo architecture is a winner.
Renault could, some would say should, have made their new Koleos large 5-seater SUV a good deal less expensive (it starts from €34,490) by cutting spec a little and adding a petrol engine. They
Jaguar's new XF Sportbrake (estate), recently unveiled, will get here towards the end of the year. The BMW 5-Series Touring rival is based on the XF saloon but has been designed to look sportier.
AS TWO massive fans of the Skoda brand, we were over the moon when the Czech company announced it was introducing a new SUV to its fleet last year. The Volkswagen-owned group has been
Some cars slip under the wider public spotlight but build a large loyal user base nonetheless. Without a shadow of doubt Volvo's XC60 is one of those. It started off quietly years ago. But
Skoda here expect 2,000 people to buy their new Karoq compact SUV next year. Unveiled last week, the Yeti replacement is due in December. The expected 2,000 sales are likely based on the fact
I got the impression someone in Renault said, "Lads it's about time we gave the Captur a bit of a facelift", and then scratched their heads to see what was needed. After four years
The thing is, it can be hard sometimes to measure change. Take the latest Mazda CX-5 mid-size Crossover/SUV. From the side or rear, you'd have to work hard to pick out any major shifts
You can't get too much of a good thing, they say, but sometimes I wonder. Opel already have a compact SUV; it's called the Mokka X. Now they have a 'softer' crossover compact SUV