80s Hot Hatch Classic Icon Driven!
Here’s my full review of one of the ultimate hot hatches of the 1980s, the iconic, and now classic, Peugeot 205 GTI. I do a walkaround, check out its practicality and ergonomics and then take it for a thrash… I mean drive! Full written review below. Follow #BCG205GTIContinue reading “1988 Peugeot 205 GTI Review”
Classic 1980s hot hatch icon!
Picked up this stunning and immaculate classic 1988 Peugeot 205 GTI 1.9 ( Follow #BCG205GTI ) today for a friend. Excellent condition, feels tight, performed beautifully. Who would like to see me do a full review on the car?Continue reading “1988 Peugeot 205 GTI”
This is the best small hot hatch you can buy, and you could get two for the price of my favourite Ford
If you want the world’s best hot hatch right now, you will have to spend at least £32,320 on a Honda Civic Type R (and actually you’ll need the GT version at just over £34k). The default hot hatch – Volkswagen’s latest 2020 Mk8 GTI will probably be about the same when it comes out later this year. So it seems at least 30k is what you need if you want a fast, fun and furious hot hatch? No!Continue reading “Full Review – Ford Fiesta ST”
What exactly makes Honda’s feistiest Civic the best hot hatch in the world?
When it came to Hondas, Type R used to mean screaming highly-strung motors, super tight shocks to keep the car flat (and chiropractors in business), and a raw lightness more redolent of a tin-top racer for the track than a sportscar for B-roads. Type R also meant the most exciting, capable and engaging versions of ordinary cars ever offered for sale.