Check our my review and video of the Audi A4 35 TFSI
Check out my video review of the updated Vauxhall Astra
What exactly makes Honda’s feistiest Civic the best hot hatch in the world?
When it came to Hondas, Type R used to mean screaming highly-strung motors, super tight shocks to keep the car flat (and chiropractors in business), and a raw lightness more redolent of a tin-top racer for the track than a sportscar for B-roads. Type R also meant the most exciting, capable and engaging versions of ordinary cars ever offered for sale.
However some fortunate few manage to retain that adorability even as they mature. In the car world, that’s the 500X. If every time you happen upon a Fiat 500 you just want to pick it up and cuddle it, then you’ll like its bigger brother, the 500X. Okay, you may not want to pick it up – it looks firmly within its puppy-fat phase – but you’ll want to pull its cheeks (fenders) and pat it on the head (roof).
Check out my review of the Fiat 500X – this or a Jeep Renegade? Who would buy this? Let me know what you thought of the review. Thanks!
Previously reviewed the 500X in 2015
We all love the Honda CR-V, so much so that it’s the world’s fifth best-selling car! I’ve owned one myself. It has however grown bigger and pricier over the years. What if you want the image, reliability and build quality of the Honda marque, but need something a little more compact, but no less usable? The answer is easy and presents itself on this page – the Honda HR-V.