The Clarkson Review: 2017 BMW 5-series


If a piece of technology remains fundamentally unchanged for more than a century, it’s inevitable that one day it will be as perfect as...
The Clarkson Review: 2017 Maserati Levante SUV

The Clarkson Review: Maserati Levante


I’m sure you will have noticed, people have started wearing trousers that are deliberately torn across both knees. Does this mean that...
The Clarkson Review: 2017 Ford Mustang 2.3 EcoBoost

The Clarkson Review: Ford Mustang 2.3 EcoBoost


The right-hand-drive Ford Mustang has been on sale in Britain for a little while now, but I’m still always a bit surprised when I see one...
The Clarkson Review: 2017 Renault Scénic

The Clarkson Review: 2017 Renault Scénic


In the olden days, cars were made from steel, and that’s only right and proper. Steel is as manly as Tarzan’s scrotum...
The Clarkson Review: 2017 Volvo V90 estate

The Clarkson Review: 2017 Volvo V90 estate


According to my television colleague James May, buying a Volvo is like going to the dentist’s. It’s something you have to do one day, so...
The Clarkson Review: 2017 Seat Ateca

The Clarkson Review: 2017 Seat Ateca


Whenever someone leans across a dinner table and asks me what car they should buy, I always say “a Ferrari F40”.
The Clarkson Review: 2017 Honda NSX

The Clarkson Review: 2017 Honda NSX


Back in the days when you could walk from Calais to Dover and wattle was a popular building material, Honda decided it would like to build...
The Clarkson Review: 2016 Audi RS 7

The Clarkson Review: Audi RS 7


EVEN IF you are in a very good mood, and you are wearing a pair of rose-tinted spectacles, you have to accept that the original Audi quattro was
The Clarkson Review: 2016 Mercedes-Benz E-class estate

The Clarkson Review: Mercedes E-class estate


If you are an old person you will remember that in the 1970s mid-sized Mercedes-Benz saloons and estates were wilfully sensible...
The Clarkson Review: 2016 Aston Martin DB11

The Clarkson Review: 2016 Aston Martin DB11


People like Aston Martins. And what’s more, people like people who drive them. They’re seen as cool and intelligent and refined...
The Clarkson Review: 2016 Honda Civic Type R

The Clarkson Review: 2016 Honda Civic Type R


In one of the Grand Tour television programmes I have a bit of a rant, saying that the world’s car makers have shifted into neutral...
The Clarkson Review: 2016 Honda Jazz

The Clarkson Review: 2016 Honda Jazz


Once, Honda attempted “the impossible dream” with its slightly weird, slightly fabulous cars. The new Jazz, however, is a nightmare
The Clarkson Review: 2016 Bentley Mulsanne Speed

The Clarkson Review: Bentley Mulsanne Speed


People who live near a busy road often moan about traffic noise, and they have my sympathy. I’d rather listen to a wounded hare than a motorway..