Kia Cerato SX 2009 Review

Posted on August 18th, 2009

Ceratotherium isn’t a word you hear thrown around very often; it manages to avoid dinner party conversation and shop counter small talk. That’s because Ceratotherium is the scientific term for the White Rhino, from the Read More

Mazda3 SP25 2009 Review

Posted on August 12th, 2009

Believers in completely unfounded superstitions will say that good things come in threes. Or is it bad things that come in threes? Whatever the case, three is a magic number, especially for Mazda with its Read More

Volkswagen Golf TDI 2009 Review

Posted on August 7th, 2009

In 1974 the first Volkswagen Golf rolled off the production line as a replacement to the hugely successful Beetle. Using VW’s wind-inspired naming convention the Golf was derived from the German word for Gulf Stream, Read More

Porsche Cayman S 2009 Review

Posted on July 30th, 2009

Back in 2005 Porsche found itself the father to only two sports car sons; its first-born 911 and its baby Boxster. A middle child was required and this came in the form of the Porsche Read More

Ford Fiesta Zetec 2009 Review

Posted on July 15th, 2009

There are as many different types of parties as there are types of people, so when Ford opened the doors on its sixth generation Fiesta no one was sure what to expect. The previous five Read More

Volvo XC60 D5 2009 2009 Review

Posted on July 7th, 2009

“In my car safety comes first” is a sentence we’ve all heard from parents and other ultra responsible people, but unless their car is a Volvo they’re wrong. You can drive agonisingly slowly with your Read More

Nissan Qashqai 2009 Review

Posted on July 7th, 2009

Evolution isn’t an easy thing to understand – biology, genetic make-up, inherited traits — these concepts are too complex for many of us. Similarly when you see the Nissan Qashqai it is hard to understand Read More

Nissan Maxima 250L 2009 Review

Posted on July 3rd, 2009

David Attenborough impresses me. Not for the fact that he must have a bladder the size of a water cooler, but that he relentlessly treks into uncomfortable wildernesses devoid of tarmac roads. When we think Read More