2022 Toyota Aygo X Review

Compact crossover style Aygo with canvas roof and manual transmission

Check out my full review of the 2022 Toyota Aygo X here in top spec with the canvas roof and manual transmission driven in London. is it more spacious and practical than an Aygo? Is it as much fun? Should you get one? Which version? Watch my video review now. #BCGToyotaAygoX

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2023 Kia Niro Hybrid & PlugIn Hybrid

From UK Media Launch Drive of the all-new Kia Niro

This is the all-new second generation Kia Niro, a hugely important car for Kia. Here in the UK, with around 78,000 sold, it’s their second biggest selling model after Sportage. The new Niro is 65mm longer, 20mm wider and 10mm taller with a 20mm longer wheelbase. 

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2023 Nissan Ariya Review 

Second Full EV from Japanese Electric Car Pioneer

The Nissan Leaf, launched back in 2010, marked Nissan out as one of the major pioneers in real-world electric cars, particularly as a mainstream manufacturer. And it’s since become one of the world’s best-selling EVs, with around 600,000 sold in the dozen years it’s been around. Its air-cooled battery packs have become highly sought-after for everything from home power-reserve banks to conversions of classic cars to electric. 

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MG ZS EV Review 

updated with longer range and better kit

The latest updated version of affordable family electric SUV, the MG ZS EV went on sale at the end of last year. The previous edition offered exceptional value, but fell a little short in the overall electric-only mileage range at just 160 miles. The new car gets a bigger 73kWh battery and a vastly improved range – claimed to be up to 273miles now. 

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Toyota Yaris Cross Review

It’s the little Yaris for grown ups!

This is the Toyota Yaris Cross, which is more than just a jacked-up Yaris, but less than an actual SUV, more crossover and hence ‘Cross’. It may look very different and certainly feels bigger, but it’s actually built on the same platform as the current Yaris, but then so is the Prius. It doesn’t lack presence, particularly in the Bi-tone brass gold of the test car. The styling is quite angular, with a surprisingly blunt and somewhat aggressive front end. 

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Genesis G80 Saloon Review

No longer the understudy, Genesis is now the main event

How far Hyundai’s luxury car division has come is most apparent from its range-topping luxury saloon the G80, from wannabes to standard-setters, Genesis is offering highly desirable, attractive and well-specced cars, but what are they like to drive and ride in? Watch this video now. #BCGGenesisG80

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Ford Mustang Mach 1 Review 

Sharper More Planted Muscle car for track day enthusiasts

The original Mustang Mach 1 came out in 1969 as a performance package, with enhanced performance and suspension. That’s pretty much true of today’s version too, which you can identify from the more aggressive front lower end, the driving lamp housings in the grille and the bonnet stripe and highlighting around that and along the side profiles – sadly no shaker scoop – unlike the original.

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