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What do you know DS best for? That iconic 60s Citroen model that this brand is essentially named after, or the rebadged Citroens that existed between 2010 and 2017?
With the new year well and truly rung in, it’s time to focus on what new cars we can expect to see over the next 12 months
Skoda’s engineers must be great at Tetris. They have an uncanny knack of cramming more space into their cars than any of their rivals can manage.
It’s more than 45 years since the first Volkswagen Golf rolled off the line. Philippa Gerrard checks out its history.
Dacia has introduced a new special-edition SE Twenty grade to a number of its models, bringing heightened equipment levels and a distinctive exterior.
Italian car giant Fiat is very close to the country’s international football squad. For a start, it is the team’s official car partner, which is why Fiat chose the team’s training centre in Florence to launch its latest model.
Jaguar has revealed its new-look Jaguar F-Type.
The Santa Fe is the biggest and most expensive car Hyundai produces.
Though autonomy and the demise of petrol and diesel are on the lips of the industry, there’s still a lot for the enthusiast and casual observer to look forward to on the horizon.
Volkswagen has given a glimpse of the electric future of the estate car with its latest concept.
If you’re going to create an environmentally-friendly electric car you face a lot of challenges.
Porsche has added a new Taycan 4S to its line-up of electric sports cars.
A while back I reviewed the Ford Mustang on these pages.
Ferrari has revealed a new coupe – the V8-powered, four-seat Roma.
The new Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 has been named Pick-up of the Year at the Scottish Car of the Year (SCOTY) awards 2019.
It took BMW some time to discover a profitable sweet spot in the roadster segment, but the Munich maker got there in the end.
Jaguar has enjoyed a tremendous renaissance over the past decade. Once a purveyor of traditional but staid models, it now has a dynamic range of cars with cutting-edge styling.
Audi has brought back the rear-wheel-drive R8, this time making it a permanent fixture in its sports car line-up.
BMW is giving its 2 Series coupe a fitting send-off by announcing the highest-performance variant yet.
At 706 litres, the boot in the Ford Tourneo Courier is roughly twice the size of that in a Ford Focus – and the Tourneo is cheaper.
Skoda could have been at the forefront of the current craze for supermini-based SUVs – think Juke and Captur-class models.
If you are looking for great savings on quality new and used cars in the Inverness area, then you have found the right place. Seafield Motors is a new Mitsubishi specialist used car dealer based in Inverness-shire.
Gently thrumming along the road to retirement, the original Mini MK1 celebrated its 60th anniversary earlier this year.
The nights are starting to draw in and soon we’ll be winding back the time on clocks, all in the knowledge that winter is just around the corner.
Volvo is merging its combustion engine production operation with Chinese owner Geely so it can focus solely on building all-electric powertrains.
The Abarth name might be a bit of a mystery to some younger buyers who won’t remember it being plastered over hot Fiats of the 1970s and early ’80s.
Born in 1888 as the youngest of nine siblings, Walter Owen Bentley – who preferred to be called WO – was destined for a life in motion.
Volkswagen has revealed that the new T-Roc R performance SUV will cost from £38,450.
Welcome to the car that in its first two decades of life reshaped the global automotive landscape.
This weekend, the new P&J Live arena is being transformed into a car-lovers’ paradise thanks to the arrival of the Aberdeen Performance Car Show.
Mazda has produced some of the best SUVs in recent years. The spacious and capable CX-5 is perhaps my favourite of the Nissan Qashqai-sized vehicles, while the stylish CX-3 can hold its head high in the Nissan Juke category.