DS 3 Performance Line review: sportier DS 3 tested

It’s the new DS 3 Performance Line

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Volvo V90 Cross Country review: coolest ‘90 yet

Which Volvo V90 is this?

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Top Gear’s 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo review

Another new Nissan GT-R? No. This one’s a Nismo, not a Nissan.

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Subie-Doo : Subaru Impreza First Drives 2.0i-S

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We sample a brief taster of the fifth generation Subaru Impreza

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Civic Duties : Honda Civic Turbo Review

DSC 0206Grown-up boyracer discovers a different sort of thrills that the tenth gen Civic has to offer

Singapore - What happens when 8600rpm of screaming VTEC mayhem, an uncompromising ride, razor-sharp steering responses and manually shifting gears in heavy traffic are, gulp, no longer your cuppa? All of us eventually come to that point in our lives, when new ‘duties’ (in my case, a wife, son and helper) demand that a compromise of some sort be reached.

Having owned both a Honda Accord CL1 Euro-R and Civic FD2 Type-R over the course of the past 14 years, it is clear I have a soft spot for cars that offer a combination of four-door practicality as well as good driving fun. My ideal car should offer space, comfort and speed, but we know that seeking this perfect balance today is not easy unless cost is (almost) no object and you can buy a few cars to suit your different needs.

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Toyota GT86 review: “a cut-price Porsche 911 R”

A Toyota GT86 review: is it new?

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Mercedes-AMG E 63 S review: BMW M5 rival tested

A 4WD Mercedes-AMG E 63? Sounds wrong…

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Honda Civic review: quickest new Civic Sport hatch driven

The new Honda Civic, already?

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BMW M240i Convertible review: M2 torque in a soft-top

Still 3.0-litres, still one turbo, still a straight-six. 

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Review: the loud, lovely Audi R8 Spyder

The new Audi R8 Spyder… that’s arrived quickly.

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