All articles tagged with Four-wheel drive

2017 Volkswagen T-Roc styling News 1 year ago

Volkswagen launches T-Roc small SUV

There’s no stopping small SUVs at the moment. This latest new model from VW will compete with models such as the Vauxhall Mokka X, Nissan Juke, Peugeot 2008 and Seat Arona.
Long-term Review 1 year ago

Skoda Kodiaq long-term test review – second report

Cars Editor Andy Pringle and his family are spending a few months living with Skoda’s fist ever seven-seat SUV. Well, once two of his colleagues have borrowed if for their holidays, that is…
2017 SsangYong Rexton Review 1 year ago

SsangYong Rexton SUV (2017 - ) review

The Ssangyong Rexton is a huge SUV that’s offered with seven seats, and in that regard, it’s a rival for cars like the Kia Sorento and Hyundai Santa Fe. But in reality, while those cars are mainstream family SUVs, the Rexton plies its trade as a specialist towing vehicle. It’s also affordable to buy and very well equipped.
Audi RS 3 saloon 2017 Review 1 year ago

Audi RS 3 Saloon (2017 - ) review

From 2017, the RS 3 has an uprated version of what was already the most powerful five-cylinder engine in Audi's history, and is now available as a saloon and with Quattro four-wheel drive. But just how good a performance car does that mix create?
Best diesel cars Best Of 1 year ago

Best diesel cars

Diesel-engined cars have received loads of negative publicity lately, but that's unfair. In fact, the latest models are very economical and have low emissions, which are sure to appeal to lots of buyers.
News 1 year ago

2017 Frankfurt Motor Show preview

The Frankfurt Motor Show kicks off in September. We bring you all the information you need, and a round-up of some of the most important cars you can expect to see.
Audi RS 3 2017 Review 1 year ago

Audi RS 3 Hatchback (2017 - ) review

From 2017, the RS 3 has an uprated version of what was already the most powerful five-cylinder engine in Audi's history, but when you combine it with the company's Quattro four-wheel drive system, does that make it the ultimate hot hatch?
Long-term Review 1 year ago

Skoda Kodiaq long-term test review – first report

Cars Editor Andy Pringle and his family have just started a six-month period living with Skoda's first seven-seat SUV, and first impressions are that it copes exceptionally well with everyday life.
Best Of 1 year ago

Best British cars

There may be some debate about what a 'British' car is these days, but these five models – all built in Britain – demonstrate the breadth and quality of the car industry in this country.
Best four-wheel drive cars Best Of 1 year ago

Best 4x4 cars

Once upon a time, only farmers would consider a four-wheel drive vehicle, but now, there are four-wheel drive versions of pretty much every type of car. These are our favourites.
2015 Range Rover Evoque Convertible Review 1 year ago

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque convertible (2015 - ) review

The Evoque Convertible is an open-top version of Range Rover’s stunning SUV, and on that score it competes with – well – pretty much nothing else. However, potential buyers will probably also consider the Audi A5 Cabriolet and the Mercedes C- and E-Class Cabriolets.
Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo 2017 Review 1 year ago

Porsche Panamera Estate (2016 - ) review

The Panamera Sport Turismo is a version of Porsche’s Panamera luxury performance car with added practicality, taking on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake and Audi’s A7 Sportback range.
News 1 year ago

Vauxhall reveals high-performance Insignia GSi

The flagship model of the new Insignia range will be launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show and will feature a turbocharged petrol engine, four-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic gearbox.
Audi A8 2017 News 1 year ago

New Audi A8 luxury car unveiled

A rival for the likes of the Mercedes S-Class and BMW 7 Series, the new A8 is more spacious than its predecessor, and comes packed with some impressive new technology.
Audi TT RS Roadster 2016 Review 1 year ago

Audi TT RS roadster (2016 - ) review

The RS Roadster sits loud and proud at the top of the Audi TT range, providing ballistic performance, a bombastic exhaust note and wind-in-the hair thrills. However, you’d best look elsewhere if you’re the shy, retiring type.