Honda Civic Type R

Car Review: Honda Civic Type R (2017-2021)

Appearing in new car dealerships across America for the first time on 14 June 2017, the Civic Type R instantly turned heads with its brash new remodeling and a new world record for front-wheel drive cars with a lap time of 7:43.80 achieved at the Grand-Prix racing track in Nurburgring, Germany. With a solid history of reliability behind them and a much larger body, the guys at Honda have produced the best version Type R so far, and have achieved what I see as a full-proof future classic. So what’s it like? Read on to find out.

Mitsubishi Mirage

Car Review: Mitsubishi Mirage (2012-2021)

The sub-compact Mirage has had to prove itself over the past 10 years, and it has done just that. While many will turn their nose up or share a joke, but there’s no denying the Mirage has a popular fan base, is really economical, and is a cheap option when looking for a newer, greener model car.

Nissan Leaf

Car Review: Nissan Leaf (2010-2016)

Nissan took the lead when they boldly introduced their electric Nissan Leaf back in 2010. Well that’s nearly twelve years ago, and the one time leader in electric cars sales has fallen back behind Tesla. So what can you expect from this quirky little hatchback.

Ford Mondeo/Ford Fusion

Car Review: Ford Mondeo/Fusion (2007-2019)

Available as a four-door sedan, five-door hatchback, or five-door wagon, the Mondeo/Fusion offers great value for money with tons of trunk space and of being a stylish work-horse. It also saw sporty good looks and some real style come to the fore both inside and out.

The Coolest Practical Cars

7 of the Coolest Practical Cars on the Used Car Market

When you hear the word ‘practical’ being used in relation to cars, what do you instantly think of? Perhaps a boring run-of-the-mill design wrapped up in a plain white exterior that no-one looks at as it drives down the street. Perhaps you don’t want to be noticed, but you also don’t have to buy a ‘Plain Jane’. Sure, a sports car may not be a practical choice, but take a look at what you can get for practicality, and make your next purchase a ‘cool’ choice.

Awesome Cars

10 Coupe Hatchbacks That Stand Out From the Crowd

There are so many great cars out there that don’t cost a fortune. No-one has to buy a mundane, everyday Toyota Camry or Mazda 2 which fade into obscurity, so why not take a look at ten cars you could get – and feel proud of when getting behind the wheel. There’s something for every budget listed here.

Volkswagen Golf

Car Review: VW Golf (2004-2009)

We still see many examples of this well-produced car on the roads, and this sturdy little beast is fun and reliable. Aside from a few little niggles, as hatchbacks go, this is one of the better choices on the market.