Infiniti should be more popular in the UK than it is. No one knew what my Q50 test car was – and when I said ‘Infiniti’ many had a blank look on their face. They sort of got it when I said Infiniti is to Nissan what Lexus is to Toyota. In other words, it… Continue reading Infiniti Q50 3.0 Sport Tech
The GTE badge was first ushered in with the VW Golf and it eventually made its way to the more conservative Passat. Bolting a plug-in petrol-electric propulsion unit to a model that is best known for its diesel pulling power was perhaps a brave move for Volkswagen. But it seems to have paid off with… Continue reading VW Passat GTE
Skoda’s Superb Estate is an exceptional friend for working and family life. Driving it on British tarmac recently, I found the car has the biggest load area in the motoring mid-segment. Although the Superb is just 23mm longer than its forerunner, the boot will swallow 27 litres more luggage with the rear seats in position.… Continue reading Skoda Superb Estate
Skoda’s simple take on making its latest Fabia stand out is refreshing.
There are many excellent executive-style German cars on the automotive market – and the new Audi A5 Sportback is just one of them. The state-of-the-art 2017 A5 Sportback is sturdily constructed, but it has a discernment about it that warms the cockles of the heart. Audis are unpretentious vehicles – manufactured for the driver who… Continue reading New Audi A5 Sportback