Wednesday, 4 May 2016
Toyota Prius
Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius

Always first

Car review | "Prius" means "to be the first". And in the past the Toyota Prius always lived up to that name. When Toyota launched the first hybrid car in 1997, other carmakers just ridiculed them. Now those brands all build their own hybrid cars. What does the fourth generation of the Toyota Prius have to offer in order to stay ahead?

Kia Sportage

Kia Sportage

Divide and conquer

Car review | What makes a good SUV? For starters, it should look tough and offer plenty of cabin space. Also, a good SUV should be capable both on-road and off-road. Judging by its sales figures, the Kia Sportage meets these requirements like no other. What will make the fourth generation of a Sportage a success?

Ford Mustang GT

Ford Mustang GT

American dream

Car review | What is the American dream? Going from paperboy to president? Striking it rich in Hollywood? Or perhaps it's owning a real "muscle car"? The latter can become a reality in Europe as well, because the new generation of the Ford Mustang is now available outside America. Autozine took the ultimate Mustang for a spin: ...

Lexus RX

Lexus RX

Gentle giant

Car review | The Lexus RX is known to be a true innovator. Until the RX came, SUVs (Sports Utility Vehicles) where known to be spacious and versatile but also thirsty. All of that changed when Lexus introduced hybrid drive on its RX model. Now Lexus introduces the all-new RX. Which innovations does the fourth generation of ...

 
 
 
Subaru Levorg

Subaru Levorg

Smaller is better

Car review | The Subaru Legacy was a good and therefore a successful car. But when Subaru was about to design the new, sixth generation it faced a problem. The American market demanded a bigger, mightier model; the Japanese market asked for a smaller, sportier model. The only solution was to develop two new cars, the smaller ...

Jaguar XE

Jaguar XE

XEnophobia

Car review | Xenophobia is the fear of strangers and anything out of the ordinary. Those buying a car, tend to stick with the well-known brands. Fair enough, because a car is expensive and should last for many years. No matter how prestigious the name "Jaguar" is, the fear of switching to something new is huge. The "XE" should ...

Vauxhall Astra

Vauxhall Astra

Leap ahead

Car review | A Jaguar, an Audi, a BMW and a Mercedes-Benz. That's how the commercial for the new Vauxhall Astra opens. What does it all mean? A fiery-red Astra appears, it accelerates onto a ramp and... jumps over all those luxury cars! The message: the Astra beats them all. A test drive should verify this claim.