Three years ago, give or take a week, we published the first official photos of the new Ford Mondeo, released during its US launch as the Fusion. Naturally, this begs the question: just what has the Blue Oval been up to for the last three years? We spent our time at the UK launch of the new 2015 Mondeo trying to find out...
Citroen’s aim for the Cactus was to produce a car that takes the hassle out of modern-day motoring, offering not just a strong sense of design as demanded by today’s switch-on buyers, but also greater comfort, more useful technology and a low cost of ownership. Have they succeeded?
Edward Cullen might seem an unlikely poster-boy for a Swedish car manufacturer, but it certainly worked well for Volvo. The twinkly-skinned vampire lead of the Twilight films started off with a rakish C30 before upgrading to an XC60 for New Moon. The Volvo XC60's job was to attract younger buyers. Hollywood tie-ins aside, has it worked?
Although first launched in Japan back in 2012, the Pound-to-Yen exchange rate meant that the new Subaru Impreza didn’t make it to these shores. However, recent currency movements in our favour allowed Subaru UK to construct a business case for importing what is now the company’s entry-level model, and it slots conveniently into the range below the Subaru XV with which it shares much of its basic architecture.
The new Subaru Outback will go on sale in the UK this April, with a choice of diesel or petrol engines, and with prices starting from £27,995.
The new Ford Mustang is available to order now, with prices for the EcoBoost model starting from £28,995. The V8-powered GT model, meanwhile, will be available from £32,995.
Jaguar Land Rover is conducting research into ways of warning drivers about the presence of cyclists and motorbikes in a bid to reduce the number of accidents involving these vulnerable road users.
If ever an indication of SsangYong's growing confidence was needed, this is it. Expected to go on sale in the UK this summer, the SsangYong Tivoli marks the company's emergence into the competitive compact SUV market.
The wraps have finally been taken off the production version of the new Honda NSX, 25 years after the debut of the original ground-breaking supercar.
Jaguar has confirmed that the production version of its new SUV, showcased by the C-X17 concept last year, will be called the F-Pace when it goes on sale in 2016.