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Mokka back for another shot

William Scholes
THE original Vauxhall Mokka, which landed in 2012, was an awful thing, writes William Scholes.

Kuga plugs-in to hybrid SUV trend

AMONG the new models that may have been overlooked during coronavirus lockdown is the latest version of Ford's Kuga family SUV.

BMW iX3: Where's the spark?

William Scholes
ONCE upon a time, it seemed as if BMW was going to lead the way in electric cars, even going to the bother of establishing an 'i' sub-brand, writes William Scholes.

Starship Ariya, Nissan's 'force of wonder'

William Scholes
IT might look like it has been beamed from the future but you will be able to buy this striking all-electric SUV from Nissan within months, writes William Scholes.

Fully-loaded Transits

William Scholes
IT is so ubiquitous and has been around for so long that it is easy to overlook just what a brilliant thing the Ford Transit actually is, writes William Scholes.

Cupra: Born to run

William Scholes
AS Cupra, Seat's performance spin-off, continues its efforts to establish itself as a standalone brand, it has pulled the covers off a new all-electric model.

Sporty addition to new i10

HYUNDAI'S new baby, the smart i10, will come in sporty i10 N Line trim, with prices starting at £16,195.

Peugeot refreshes 308

William Scholes
DESPITE its European Car of the Year honours in 2014, Peugeot's 308 is probably one of the more underrated contenders in the family car market, its undoubted talents overshadowed by its showier and newer 3008 and 5008 SUV siblings, writes William Scholes.