Why a rusty reputation should make you think twice when buying used

Rust may not be the car killer it once was but, says James Ruppert, don’t think it’s a thing of the past

by James Ruppert
26 August 2015
Anything goes
Nissan is expected to resurrect its Z name for a new crossover - this Autocar image shows how it could look

Why a Z crossover makes sense for Nissan

It's not a sports car, but the next Zed could do more for the brand - and the balance sheet - as a small crossover

by John McIlroy
25 August 2015
New cars

What is the best car in the world?

As subjective as questions come, but what does it take to be the best car in the world?

by Vicky Parrott
25 August 2015
Anything goes
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea ticketed Autocar's Cactus and then towed it away to the local compound 30 minutes later. The release fee was £265.

When highway robbery makes a loss

The government wants parking enforcement schemes to be fair and transparent, but local councils are stretching the rules to the limit

by Hilton Holloway
25 August 2015
Anything goes
After F1, Justin Wilson carved a decent career in US motor racing

Fond memories of riding shotgun with Justin Wilson

British racing driver Justin Wilson, who has died from head injuries sustained in an accident on Sunday, was a fine racer and an even better bloke

by Steve Cropley
25 August 2015
Motorsport

Want to be a better driver? Drive a classic car for a week

If you drive an old car, you need to keep your wits about you. So why do drivers of modern cars drive so badly around them?

by Nigel Donnelly
24 August 2015
Anything goes

Why Jaguar needs SUVs like the F-Pace

The F-Pace will be a revolution for Jaguar when it arrives in 2016, but it's not the only SUV being planned by the company

by Hilton Holloway
23 August 2015
New cars

Shelsley Walsh relives its rich history

There isn't an older active motorsport venue in the world than Shelsley Walsh. We attend a hill climb event celebrating its 110 years of competition

by Rory White
20 August 2015
Motorsport

Happy birthday to the M27: but is it really finished?

It's forty years since the first cars rolled onto the M27, but was it really meant to run all the way to Cornwall?

by Nigel Donnelly
20 August 2015
Anything goes

Fast SUVs are becoming mainstream

The Range Rover Sport SVR has shown that performance SUVs can become halo models, so it's only natural that other manufacturers will want a slice of the action

by Jim Holder
20 August 2015
New cars

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