From muscle cars to converted army trucks, the USA has produced plenty of motors. Journalist Rob Griffin takes a look at the good, the bad and the ugly.
The decidedly sporty SEAT Ibiza FR mixes good looks with solid performance and could be the perfect car for the young professional, writes Tim Barnes-Clay.
Despite a complicated control panel, the Citroën C4 Picasso is a good-looking and secure family vehicle, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.
French cars are often – and unfairly - seen as the poor relations to their German and Italian counterparts. We look at the best and worst French cars.
If you care about the environment but need a car, hybrid vehicles such as the Honda CR-Z can help ease your conscience, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.
New Porsche or BMW not getting you kudos from other road users? You could be driving one of those cars often dubbed the "poor man's version".
The Škoda Yeti is no looker. But beauty really is in the eye of the beholder when it comes to motors, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.
Updated in 2011, the Jeep Wrangler offers legendary capability and interior comfort. Off-road enthusiasts will love it, writes car review Tim Barnes-Clay.
The Jaguar F-TYPE convertible marks a return to the car maker's heartland, focusing on performance, agility and driver involvement, writes reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.
Thanks to car industry giants such as Mercedes, Audi and BMW, Germany has produced many iconic cars. But not all of them have been successful, writes motoring journalist Rob Griffin.
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