Which Japanese manufacturers have produced the best cars and which have failed to hit the mark? Motoring journalist Rob Griffin takes a look.
German and Japanese cars are most likely to pass their first MOT, according to new research.
German and Japanese cars are the most reliable, according to new research looking at the motors most and least likely to pass their first MOT.
The Chevrolet Trax offers SUV style for those on a budget. Car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay put it to the test and found it a pleasure to drive.
Having a conversation in Subaru's new Forester SUV is like having a chat in a busy pub, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay, but he's otherwise impressed.
You've parked your car in a car park, done your shopping – and come back to find it scratched or scuffed! The victim of shoddy parking by another motorist.
Is selling your motor and using a car-hire club a viable option? Jos Davies, SEO campaign manager at Confused.com, did exactly this. So how has it worked out?
Young drivers are being forced to park their cars because of the high cost of car insurance, finds exclusive research by Confused.com.
Only 3 per cent of annual new car sales are made in August compared with 17 per cent in September when new plates are released. Motoring journalist Maria McCarthy asks: Are you a sucker for a new motor?
A multi-car pile-up in Sheppey, Kent, earlier this month, has been blamed on drivers not adapting to the foggy conditions. We take a closer look at this - and at how insurers decide liability in such cases.
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