What is it? Second generation of Jaguar’s executive saloon. Key features: Bolder look, upgraded powertrains, more technology.
The fourth generation of Mazda’s roadster icon is not only more than worthy as a successor to the original, it is the best Mazda MX-5 yet.
Improved residual values, and the affordable finance offers that result, make it easy to see why there are very high hopes for the new Skoda Superb.
Built to take on the Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series, the Jaguar XE satisfies both your head and your heart like no previous Jaguar has ever done.
What is it? Revamp marking launch of Citroën’s standalone premium brand. Key features: Bespoke styling, upmarket interior, improved engines/chassis.
The Mazda CX-3 boasts the right blend of practicality, sportiness and an upmarket feel in a distinctive package.
The second-generation Volvo XC90 is a major step forward and Volvo’s best weapon yet in establishing the brand as a true premium manufacturer.
Turnover in the UK automotive industry hit a record £69.5 billion in 2014, according to new figures released by the SMMT.
Bentley's much-awaited SUV, the Bentayga, is expected to be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September but meanwhile prototypes are out testing.
Based on a first drive, the new Civic Type R is a worthy wearer of the famed red Honda badge and a car that enthusiasts will love – on both road and track.
The new Vauxhall Viva is a small car for the masses. It will get from A to B very well while providing Vauxhall with a bigger slice of the small car market.
The Volkswagen Golf GTE is more sensible in the real world than the fully-electric e-Golf, and for company car drivers the tax savings will appeal.
The Abarth 595 Competizione range has undergone a raft of changes with the most noticeable a power increase from 160 to 180hp.
What is it? All-new version of very successful people-carrier. Key features: More upmarket look, improved chassis, extra flexibility.
Land Rover announce that its Discovery Sport will be offered with the new British-built Ingenium diesel engine from September 2015.
The Honda CR-V was an effective SUV to begin with, and the changes made to this new model have made a good package better.
What is it? All-new version of Ford's mid-sized MPV. Key features: Interior upgrade, more tech, more efficient engines
The SEAT Leon X-Perience is an all-wheel-drive version of the Leon ST (estate). Despite the daft name, it is a sophisticated and well-equipped car.
The Audi TTS is the higher-performance version of the distinctive Audi TT coupé and roadster range. But how does it shape up?
The third-generation Kia Sorento is the company's flagship SUV, and the company is now targeting the top end of the mainstream market
The Chrysler brand will disappear from the UK market in 2017. The news, which has come as little surprise, has been confirmed by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
What is it? All-new version of the brand’s supermini best-seller. Key features: New look, upgraded quality, more technology.
The UK motor industry is launching a campaign to battle what it describes as “the increasing demonization” of diesel-powered cars.
What is it? Latest version of brand’s upmarket fleet challenger. Key features: Updated renamed model, new diesel engine, more equipment.
Land Rover’s big news at the Geneva Motor Show concerns a vehicle that is not on display – a Range Rover Evoque Convertible.