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Toyota iQ Review

Toyota iQ Review

When the first smart car hit the roads in 1998, there were mixed feelings about how well it would do.  They then released a convertible making it a perfect fit for any queer and his dog, and since then nothing has really come close to touching the smart car when it comes to city driving.
Introducing the iQ, the latest in small car technology from Toyota.

Citroen C3 Review

Citroen C3 Review

Small cars have become increasingly more popular over the past year, be it the recession forcing us to spend less, or the laws and benefits of driving a smaller engine, reducing road tax and emissions.  Whichever it may be, manufacturers have responded well to accommodate the need for small cars, however Citroen have taken it to the next level with the new C3.

Chevrolet Spark Review

Chevrolet Spark Review

Athens, possibly the busiest city I’ve ever driven through, and I have come to find out who buys mopeds other than 16-year-old boys – the Greeks.  I can see the Acropolis all lit up to the left of me, a rooftop swimming pool on my right, and a free bar in front.  But how did I get to this stunning surround full of blurring lights and the buzzing sound of motorists?  Well it all began with a Spark…

Peugeot 107 Review

Peugeot 107 Review

City cars are becoming more and more popular, even Aston Martin has one, (although it seems like they broke into a local Toyota dealership and stole an iQ and are trying to pass off as their own).  But what seems to have been forgotten in all the excitement of ‘big car’ manufacturers producing small cars, are the small cars that have been there before the trend began.

Ford KA Review

Ford KA Review

Twelve years ago Ford launched the KA, one of the more iconic cars of its time. I hated it, I found its wallowing handling tiresome, its 'curvy' frame as appealing as Colleen Rooney's, as well about as entertaining and engaging as the god awful drivel produced by the aforementioned WAG in the name of reality TV. However its worth pointing out that this point that I appear to be with only one with a dislike of Ford's baby model, some 1.4 million of them sold to Europe and half of million of them to UK buyers.

Renault Twingo Review

Renault Twingo Review

How much do I love the newest little member of the Renault family? It's compact, cute, sporty, fun and comfortable, while coping well with just about anything you throw at it. In fact if it was a guy I'd be proposing marriage (well civil partnership) to it after spending a romantic two hour drive together on the M6 (I really need to get a life I know!).