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Which one is this? Veeru or Jai?
Imagine two friends, let’s call them Veeru and Jai. In every regard they’re very closely matched in their abilities and skills and you know that when the chips are down, either would have your back and get you through a tough gig. The difference is in how.Continue reading “Vauxhall Corsa Review”
Brand New Vs Classic Cool – my new series
You could buy a brand new Mercedes C43 AMG Coupe today for around £50,000, but you shouldn’t. Instead, how about a classic cool alternative? The… oh no, you’ll have to watch the video to find out, but it’ll cost you the same money or even less and is far cooler!Continue reading “Mercedes C43 AMG Coupe Vs Merc 560 SEC AMG – Brand New Vs Classic Cool”
It’s the compact SUV brother to the 208 – but should you get this instead?
The Peugeot 2008 was not released in 2008 as some have suggested… er… the ‘00’ is part of Peugeot’s SUV taxonomy. Apply logic and it follows that the 2008 is the SUV companion to the 208 hatchback range. Not that it’s obvious from the looks. The SUV is a taller, more upright and bluff design, that nonetheless retains Peugeot’s family styling cues including the distinctive and aggressive face that sports either fangs (as I see them) or claws (as the manufacturer presumably would like you to perceive).Continue reading “Peugeot 2008 SUV Review”
No, God no! How can pizza taste so horrid?
We leave letters lying on the floor mat for a couple of days before touching them. Coming back from shopping involves up to an hour of anti-bac wiping and washing, right down to the last piece of fruit and vegetable. Outside: face masks on, sanitisers on standby, and proximity alert wound up to maximum – ‘hey, back off buddy!’ shouts my imaginary proxy self upon infringement, deliberate or otherwise, of my immediate two-metre surround space. In reality I usually just turn away and step back.Continue reading “I got COVID-19”
Does hybridisation improve an already-great family SUV?
The immensely likeable and usable Suzuki Vitara is now a hybrid. However those that know, know that the Vitara is normally a surprisingly enjoyable drive, with good steering, decent dynamics and useful around town performance – plus it comes with an excellent manual gearbox. So should the alarm bells be ringing?Continue reading “Suzuki Vitara Hybrid Review”