Thursday, June 20, 2019

Fluence flaunts bags of quality and style

Renault: This car features numerous driver-aid technologies

It’s simple, sturdy and safe – but special it isn’t

Rapid: Serious practicality at a seriously competitive price

Sportswagon brings style and sophistication

Kia: A more engaging driving experience than its predecessor

The going is great with GT

Renault Megane: The Gazette tests an impressive line-up of cars

Octavia proves to be a whole lot of car

skoda: a host of attractive options bound to appeal

Best-selling car of 2012 is Volkswagen

simi: first time brand has hit the top spot

Make vroom for exciting new motors due in 2013

Preview: From concept cars to new innovations, this year has great cars on the way

New Mercedes is in a class by itself

A-class: New model takes a giant leap ahead of predecessor

An exceptionally complete Mazda

There’s a joke among motoring journalists that if a company launches a car in an exotic location with dancing girls, it’s not because they’re proud of the new arrival, it’s because they’re hoping to distract you.
Renault Fluence ZE

New Fluence – An electric car that has the right look

Motoring: Ever since I had a power point installed at the front of my house to charge electric vehicles, doorstep conversations inevitably end up being about plug-in cars.