Honda Accord

Used Hondas - the no-brainer purchase

Supreme reliability and eminently practical - a used Honda is just about the best bargain purchase you can make

by James Ruppert
9 March 2015
New cars
The new Volvo XC90, soon to come with a personal assistant on the end of a phone

Volvo's plan to bring a GP into your car

Volvo plans to have a person on the end of a phone to advise you on your car, including how to get out of snow drifts, hopefully...

by Richard Bremner
9 March 2015
Geneva motor show
The QX30 is the sister car to Infiniti's Q30 hatchback

Infiniti is aiming young with its QX30 crossover

Despite the average age of premium car buyers still being high, Infiniti says there are young, affluent customers who are ready to embrace new products

by Richard Bremner
6 March 2015
New cars

Was the Peugeot 406 coupe really a rejected Ferrari design?

The boss of the famous Italian styling house Pininfarina gives us the inside story on the source of the Peugeot's sleek looks

by Lewis Kingston
5 March 2015
Geneva motor show
Citroën's DS brand will now become a stand-alone global business

Why DS stands every chance of making it in the UK

Citroën's now stand-alone DS brand faces a tough challenge if it is to break into the UK market, but its product offering and positioning seem spot on

by Darren Moss
17 February 2015
Geneva motor show
The underpinnings of the new Volvo XC90 T8 are on display in Geneva

Is there a limit to the Geneva technofest?

The Volvo XC90's T8 engine is certainly impressive, but is it the best option?

by Hilton Holloway
5 March 2015
Geneva motor show
Lexus LF-SA concept
The LF-SA is an extreme example of how Lexus could build a baby model

Lexus's concept has the right idea

A new baby model could be just the ticket as Toyota's premium arm starts a fresh push to make inroads in Europe

by John McIlroy
4 March 2015
Geneva motor show

Under the skin of the track-focused McLaren 675LT

How McLaren endowed the 675LT with a harder edge for track driving by shedding weight and tuning the handling

by Autocar
3 March 2015
Geneva motor show
Aston Martin's Lagonda Taraf luxury limo in the FT
Aston Martin's Lagonda Taraf luxury limo in the FT

Aston Martin unveils a giant limo, but has female buyers in mind

Andy Palmer's strategy for Aston Martin includes broadening the product portfolio to appeal to new types of customers

by Hilton Holloway
3 March 2015
Motor shows

At last, McLaren is celebrating its racing heritage

McLaren finally allows itself to use an illustrious racing past to support plans for a prosperous retail future

by Jim Holder
2 March 2015
Geneva motor show

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