Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/skoda/roomster/mini-mpv/review
Low costs and big practicality set the Skoda Roomster apart from rival small people carriers. It's affordable and cheap to run in any specification, and while the cabin doesn't exhibit the flair of the exterior, it's functional, well built, spacious and practical. The quirky looking body won't be to everyone's taste, but the Roomster is a sensible buy and meets the needs of those looking to transport more than your average amount of luggage without breaking the bank.
Skoda Yeti SUV review - CarBuyer
The Skoda Yeti is a well-priced 'crossover' alternative to conventional
family hatchbacks like the Ford Focus. The majority of Yetis are
front-wheel drive, but the raised suspension does mean it'll venture
further off road than most regular cars, while speed bumps in town hold
absolutely no fear.
Kia Venga MPV review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/kia/venga/mini-mpv/review
With a spacious cabin and generous boot, the Kia Venga proves small cars
can deliver big practicality. Compared to other models in the maker's
line-up -- like the larger Carens - it's not cheap, but it does offer good
comfort and plenty of safety equipment. Inside, driver and passengers will
find loads of head and legroom, although the quality doesn't quite match
that of Kia's Cee'd.
Skoda Citigo hatchback review - CarBuyer
The Skoda Citigo is more than just a rebadged version of the Volkswagen up!
and Seat Mii. It has the style to compete with the Fiat 500, the quality to
rival the Kia Picanto and enough space to put it on terms with a Hyundai
i10. Whichever version of the 1.0 petrol 3-cylinder engine you choose,
you'll have decent performance and okay economy, too. But what impresses us
most is how mature the car feels, both in terms of interior quality and the
way it drives. The Citigo will seat four people in reasonable comfort and
the boot is okay, too, while there are plenty of big-car options including
air-con, an automatic gearbox, sat-nav and a full-length glass sunroof. The
Skoda Citigo is one seriously good value and talented city car.
Nissan Note MPV review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/nissan/note/mini-mpv/review
The Nissan Note combines the appeal of a family hatchback with the compact
dimensions of a supermini like the Ford Fiesta. Neat tail-lights extend
along the roof, and despite its simple one-box shape, the Note doesn't look
dull. Inside, Nissan concentrates on practicality rather than elegance.
There are sliding rear seats and lots of cubbyholes, which add to the
family appeal. It drives well, too, with secure handling to match its
generous interior space.
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Top 5 small off-road worthy Crossovers reviewed
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Wikipedia says, "a crossover is a vehicle built
on a car platform and combining, in highly variable degrees, features of a
sport utility vehicle (SUV) with features from a passenger vehicle,
especially those of a station wagon or hatchback." We simply like to say
that the crossover is the new family truckster. Here are the Top 5 off-road
worthy crossovers that we've driven in 2011.
2014 Nissan Versa Note Hatchback Review and Road Test
We flew all the way to sunny San Diego to check out the all-new 2014 Nissan
Versa Hatchback, I mean note, I mean Versa Note Hatchback. The name
confusion is caused by Nissan selling the plucky hatch in Europe as the
Nissan Note and in America as a Nissan Versa. For 2014 Nissan decided to
combine the names for a more global theme.
Nissan Leaf hatchback review - CarBuyer
Full review: www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/nissan/leaf/hatchback/review
Could this be the car of the future? The Nissan Leaf is the first
mainstream production car designed to be powered purely by electricity. It
emits zero CO2 and can be charged at home from a standard socket. The car's
exterior is shaped to cheat wind resistance, hence the elongated tail. The
lithium-ion battery pack is stored in the floor of the car, which means
lots of space inside.
Toyota iQ hatchback review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/toyota/iq/micro-car/review
It's not big but it is quite clever. Toyota's iQ city car is just three
metres long but it can carry two adults and two small children - and is
very well equipped. It's at its best around towns, where its compact size
makes it easy to park.Running costs are low but if you intend to rely on
the iQ as your only car, think carefully about the kind of trips you make.
For example, you do have to choose between passenger space or luggage space
-- you can't have both.
Citroen C5 review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/citroen/c5/saloon/review
In the face of criticism that its cars lacked quality, character and
prestige, Citroen tried to give the current C5 plenty of all three. Few
family saloons, are as comfortable, and the interior build quality is
excellent. A 1.6 or 2.0 HDi diesel engine in VTR+ specification will offer
the best mix of cheap running costs, punchy performance and lots of
Toyota Prius hatchback review - CarBuyer
There's still not too many hybrids on the roads, and even less still that
are truly efficient. The Prius is the exception with a CO2 emissions figure
that's among the lowest on the road. It all means that you don't have to
pay any road tax or the London Congestion Charge and you'll find trips to
the petrol station become a rare occurrence.
Suzuki SX4 SUV review - CarBuyer
The Suzuki SX4 is quite similar to the Swift hatchback, except it's a
jacked-up version with 4x4 looks. Although Suzuki worked with Fiat to
produce the SX4, most of its versions have two-wheel drive only, with
four-wheel drive reserved for the top-flight SZ5 variant. The dashboard is
well laid out, and build quality is impressive, as is comfort and luxury.
Winter Tyres v Summer Tyres: the Truth! - Auto Express
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British motorists tend to run summer tyres on their cars all year round,
regardless of the weather. However, as our exclusive comparison test shows,
this can be very dangerous.
We headed to Sweden to compare the performance of summer tyres with winter
tyres on snow and the results were quite shocking.