Hot on the heels of her Kona sprint review, our lady journo gives you her impressions of this luxurious Land Rover product.
One of the first official press cars I ever received was a jet black Renault Koleos. Back then I was in awe of this new ride and our market wasn’t bulging with SUV’s yet. Let’s see what this second generation is like, shall we?
Student, senior, tourist, retiree, single parent and/or young working person? These are doubtless the main targets for a small and affordable Toyota hatchback. But don’t despair, even if you don’t fit into some (or any) of those marketing brackets, the Aygo could serve you well.
Another day, another SUV. Thanks to our insatiable thirst for high-riding station wagons, even firms like Mahindra are getting in (or staying) on the action. We test the top-spec XUV500.
When Hyundai S.A. gave us another turn in their Kona 1.0T Executive, we threw the keys at our lady journo and she came back with this report…
A new car, lots of information in short paragraphs.
What you need to know: We actually tested this model before, about a year ago and in exactly the same colour. Back then I described its heavy automated roof (plus 160kg) and automatic box-o-cogs as giant flies in the otherwise enjoyable soup of MX-5 deliciousness. Has anything changed?
Sitting atop the Golf family tree and also jostling for position in the uber-hot hatch category, we took a quick spin in this Vrr-Phah monster to see what’s new for 2018/19.
Good breeding, clever design and cool colours – surely this is a winning recipe?
Does anybody still buy big MPV van things? Kia certainly thinks – or hopes – so.
Yoh, that’s pretty. How much does it cost?
You need to know: Three times. That’s how often I got asked about this car’s price in less than 12 hours. A lot of that may be down to this press unit’s striking combination of black metallic paint, sleek light clusters on every corner, pincushion Mercedes radiator grill, pale beige interior and AMG Line goodies.