Hot hatch

2018 Volkswagen Golf R - Now Over 300 HP

The Golf R has changed enough to be recognizably different from the 2017 model, but it isn’t really a new generation, we’re talking evolution rather than revolution here, but that may not be a bad thing.

2018 Honda Civic Type R - The Legend We Are Waiting For

The ‘Type R’ versions of the regular Honda cars have always sold well and been very popular; Honda reliability and build quality coupled with an extra bit of performance and the knowledge that when you do decide to use the engine to its full performance, it isn’t going to go pop or indeed, have such a ridiculous service interval schedule; some of these types of cars have to be serviced every three thousand miles – they are not daily drivers by any measure.

2018 Honda Civic Si blends sport and comfort

This next generation Civic Si looks set to be just as popular, Honda are going all out to make it the car that everyone wants; new equipment, redesign and a complete re-engineer.

2017 Ford Focus Redesigned

From the side, the car looks really powerful and impressive. Side skirts, extended and swollen wheel arches, huge wheels of 19 inches, the image changes in the best side. Plus a nice addition of the led indicator turning signals integrated into the side mirrors.

2017 Mercedes E300 Provides The New Level of Luxury In The Class

There isn’t a huge amount of difference between this model and the outgoing version, but it’s safe to say that Merc have upgraded enough to make buying one a viable proposition over the previous version.

2017 Nissan Titan Warrior - extreme version of heavy-duty pickup

The launch of the Titan Warrior at last year’s Detroit show showed just what Nissan are prepared to do to take on this increasingly popular market, which seems to be dominated by Ford. In fact, critics of the Titan couldn’t help remarking on just how similar the idea behind the Nissan was to the Ford F-150 Raptor.