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Published 05 May 2015 By Jeremy Clarkson
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British drivers like family hatchbacks. The Ford Focus, VW Golf, Vauxhall Astra and even Audi A3 all held a place in the 10 bestselling cars last year, as their sensible formula of affordability
I didn't start riding motorcycles because they were popular. They weren’t, in the 1980s. Well, they weren’t popular with the mainstream...
The new Ford S-Max is possibly the world's only full-size MPV that doesn’t look, and drive, like the No 29 bus
Have you ever tried to send a text from the back of a London cab? The suspension is so catastrophically hard that it’s just about impossible
Not so long ago, Porsche was a sports car company and Nissan turned out a nice line in sensible small cars for pensioners. Now, the...
Despite its sporty looks, Vauxhall’s Adam Grand Slam lacks the attitude and inclination to tear up the neighbourhood, says Giles Smith
The new BMW 7-series parks itself and allows you to dismiss incoming phone calls with a wave your hand....
What is the perfect car? Parents of young children pretend it’s the latest people carrier with power-sliding doors – while secretly daydreaming about a Porsche Boxster...
Like high-top trainers, fluorescent T-shirts and questionable facial hair, the small but potent hot hatch seems firmly back in fashion. This is good news for anyone who likes to get their kicks
While Surrey’s tree-lined roads may be the toughest test many new Audi Q7s will face, the SUV can cope with far worse including the sand and potholes of the Namib Desert
MPVs have always had an image problem. Even in their early days they were seen as boring; a sign that the driver
So, some joker at The Sunday Times has deemed it sensible to lend a perfectly good brand-new Audi to the car designer Ant Anstead and me so we can conduct a road test
I have a bit of history with Aston Martins. I bought a brand-new V12 Vantage in 2009 — the first privately owned one in the country, I was told — when I was 27...
The new Mercedes plug-in hybrid is as slick and comfy as you would expect but is fighting a losing battle with its bulk
Jeep has an illustrious military history but its new Renegade crossover suffers a demotion with its Fiat underpinnings
We have been told many times in recent months that driverless cars are now being developed and we’re all dimly aware
When the BBC announced that I was to be suspended from my job on Top Gear, I thought it would be a good idea to maintain a low profile
Nerveless, those people at Mercedes. Utterly nerveless. In a marketplace in which the term “estate car” has long since come to seem drudge-like and drably uncompetitive
Mazda takes aim at the Nissan Juke with this compact crossover
Anyone seeking a sports car simply to pose in should steer well clear of this road-hugging, bend-devouring, sugar rush of extremes
Given the choice of buying a BMW or a Ford, almost everyone would choose a BMW, which makes everything I’m going to say