Car Reviews

Audi A5 Cabriolet review

What is it? The Audi A5 Cabriolet is the second-generation version of the brand’s coupé drop-top. Key features: More refined, better on the road, more tech. Our view: Improved in all areas, the Audi A5 Cabriolet is a compelling proposition for those seeking an upmarket drop-top. Type of review: Taster Test The launch of the Audi A5 Cabriolet completes the ... Read More »

2017 Audi A3 Cabriolet Review

Coupes and cabriolets, in India, are a rare species; and when Audi decided to bring us the drop top A3, back in 2014, it was a gamble, yes; but one that was welcomed, with open arms, in India. Audi, in fact, had a long line of orders and it has already sold 800 units of the car, in India; and ... Read More »

Ford GT Review

There will probably be a feature-length film about the expedited rate of development and engineering that made the Ford GT possible, ahead of a deadline to compete at Le Mans, 50 years after beating Ferrari there in an unbelievable, 1-2-3 finish. The short version: An initial proposal for the GT based on the Mustang, called “Project Silver,” was nixed in ... Read More »

Motors.co.uk launches new car reviews pages

Motors.co.uk has added a new car reviews section to its website in a bid to help inform customers’ buying decisions. The car search website has created dedicated review pages for OEM brands with each mobile-optimised model review page including a rating, vehicle history and in-depth analysis of features, trims and affordability. The pages also use live market data to show ... Read More »

Jeep Compass Exclusive First Drive: Promising Compact SUV For India

The Jeep Compass is being touted as a major new model for not just Jeep worldwide, but also the Indian automobile industry. And what a great name for an SUV, right? With the new Compass, Jeep has taken a leap. And it is most definitely the make or break model for the brand in India. But given everything we know ... Read More »

McLaren 720S (2017) review

The 720S replaces McLaren’s 650S and ushers in a bold new design language. But does the excitement run more than skin deep? One word: wow! A few more: if McLaren is capable of stuff like this, why did the 12C (and its facelifted 650S successor) look so dull? For reasons known only to itself, McLaren designed the 12C before hiring ... Read More »

Audi A5 Cabriolet Review: New Car Is a Treat For The Senses

I’m in Jerez de la Frontera in Spain to drive the brand new Audi A5 Cabriolet. The car makes its debut alongside its S5 alter ego, and so it is available in a slew of engines like its coupé twin. But I will get to that in a bit. First lets take in the new car shall we? It is ... Read More »

PowerSteering: 2017 Subaru Forester Review

Introduction Basic and boxy, the Subaru Forester first went on sale in America for the 1998 model year, among the members of the original crossover SUV class of the 1990s. A tall wagon based on the Impreza platform, the Forester was equipped with all-wheel drive (AWD) and a raised suspension for improved ground clearance. Skip forward 20 years and much ... Read More »

2017 Porsche 718 Boxster Manual

When Porsche revised its roadster line last year, rechristening it the 718 Boxster, restyling it slightly, and swapping in turbocharged 2.0- and 2.5-liter flat-four-cylinder engines for its beloved 2.7- and 3.4-liter flat-sixes in standard and S models, respectively, we knew we would have to test every powertrain permutation of each to see exactly how the changes would affect their characters ... Read More »

2017 Audi RS7 Performance

Few would call the 560-hp Audi RS7 underpowered. Yet Audi still felt it necessary to breathe more grunt into the RS7’s twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 engine. Dubbed the Audi RS7 Performance, the 605-hp model was introduced last year. Its extra power comes courtesy of a new turbocharger design, more efficient intercooler heat exchangers, a reprogrammed engine computer, and revised camshafts that ... Read More »