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Chevrolet Orlando Review

Chevrolet Orlando Review

People Carriers, Shuttles, Battle Buses, Family Wagons… all names referring to the chunky and arguably most difficult to design (and make look good) cars in the motoring world…the MPV.  The ability to seat 7 people in comfort including luggage has always seemed a challenge for many manufacturers, some ultimately producing gas guzzling, heavy machines that steer as tight as cruise liners and have about as much appeal as watching The Biggest Loser eating KFC (before the competition).

Chevrolet Captiva review

Chevrolet Captiva review

Where to start… hmm, well the Chevrolet Captiva has always been a fairly decent SUV, its always been predominately purchased in its 7 seater guise, mostly with a diesel lump under its vast bonnet and more often than not by buyers looking for the most metal their money will get them.  These little clues to the past audience of Captiva, shout loud… it’s never really been purchased by cash savvy pimps as a blinged up cruising wagon to ferry their rent about.  Nor is it likely to have graced the drive of any of the winners of Britain’s-got-very-little-talent-it-would-appear-factor-on-ice…Not even the good ones.

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…