2021 Most & Least Reliable Cars & Brands – WhatCar?
Six cars have achieved 100% perfect reliability ratings according to the 2021 WhatCar? Reliability Survey based on the experiences of 16,000 drivers, based on if their cars had gone wrong in the last year, how long they took to fix and how much it cost.Continue reading “6 Cars That Never Break Down!”
The baby Lexus SUV maintains luxury and quality, but is this the one to get?
Lexus has loyal customers, particularly in the SUV range. They appreciate the quality, comfort and high spec of the luxury range in the Toyota group. This is the baby SUV from Toyota’s luxury brand. The UX (Urban Explorer) shares its platform with the best-selling Corolla, Prius and most significantly the CH-R compact SUV. It has the same wheelbase as theCH-R, but is slightly longer and wider.Continue reading “Lexus UX 250h Review”
Plus lazyboy Hyundai EV in this essential news roundup!
Here’s round up of news from the world of cars, including the new Mercedes C-Class, a lazyboy Hyundai EV, a hard core track-day hypercar from Gordon Murray and how to save tons of money on your car whilst we’re still in lockdown.Continue reading “New Merc C-Class, Track Day T.50 & How to Save 1000s during Lockdown”
Meet the Lexus QZ 618 Galactic Enforcer Jet exclusive to the MiB
Will Smith is missing out! The latest installment of the Men In Black series, now starring Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson will see them put this unique Lexus through its paces in pursuit of Alien bad guys!
My latest Motoring Section for Asian Leader Newspaper
Out today in the Manchester Area – pick up a copy if you can! Or read online at http://asianleader.co.uk/
Incredible new comic book artwork by Lexus UK takes me down memory lane
Lexus in the UK has commissioned these amazing pieces of artwork inspired by Japanese-style Manga comic books. They include Lexus cars fleeing a fire-breathing dragon, pausing on a tranquil seashore and escaping from an exploding city. One of the images in particular caught my eye, reminding me of something remarkably similar that I featured eight years ago, when I was editor of the Middle East edition of Car Magazine.
In automotive terms this would’ve been the shocker of the century
Driver Power from Auto Express is the UK’s version of JD Power brand satisfaction surveys in the States. It basically canvasses actual owners and buyers for real-world results on car buying and car ownership and sums them up in overall ratings and scores. Unsurprisingly the Japanese car brands dominate. Except they nearly didn’t this year!