2023 Kia XCeed Updates Review 

Going Green in Kia’s Third Best-Selling Car

The Kia XCeed may be part of the Ceed lineup – think of it as the crossover, body-on-stilts version of the Ceed hatchback (though only the front door panels are shared), but it’s actually also the dominant force. It has lead sales not only in the Ceed/XCeed range since it was introduced in 2019, but has surged to take the third best-selling spot in the entire Kia UK portfolio, behind the Sportage and Niro. That’s almost 10% of the company’s sales. 

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BMW iX Review

Quick drive review of the BMW i20 iX xDrive50 M Sport Electric Car

Electric Car Review – Here’s my quick drive review of the BMW iX – the i20 iX xDrive50 M Sport which starts at £94,000 but this test car with options is over £116k – is it worth it? What’s it like for practicality and ride comfort? How is it like to drive hard? Watch my video now. This was shot at the SMMT media driving day. #BCGBMWiX

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2022 Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge Edition Review

Are you bad enough for Black Badge?

Are you filthy rich and villainous? Then read on. Otherwise, pfft, just go look at the ‘regular’ Ghost. You’re not quite elite enough to contemplate this lady in black.   

About that though, the all-new second generation Rolls-Royce Ghost was launched last year, and in a major departure, unlike its predecessor, was based not on the BMW 7-Series, but instead shared its platform with in-house siblings, the flagship Phantom and the Cullinan luxury SUV. Admittedly, like those other Rolls-Royce motor cars, its power unit is from BMW (which owns Rolls-Royce), though it’s no less than a V12 engine with a 6.75-litre cubic capacity. 

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