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Obtaining the commensurate vehicles for special purposes can be a tough requirement but, as Iain Robertson discovers, Vauxhall’s PSA-derived SUV can meet the demands of one major authority in SW England.
Despite heaps of headline bad news earlier this year, reports Iain Robertson, Jaguar Cars is storming back with two new variants of the F-Pace SUV; one aimed at a sportier customer, with the other targeting enhanced standard equipment lovers.
Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) have come a long way since Renault first installed them on its Scenic model at the turn of the Millennium, writes Iain Robertson, and they are now standard fit on ALL new cars…but they do present some problems.
One of our ‘brands to watch’, Kia Motors, has provided us with an exclusive insight to a model that you will be able to buy in coming months and Iain Robertson has been among the first journalists to take a closer preview of the newcomer.
Named after New Zealand mechanic and racer, Bruce McLaren, who enjoyed meteoric fame in F1, winning his first Grand Prix at the age of 22 in 1959, recalls Iain Robertson, he built race and road cars, before dying in a Goodwood crash aged just 34.
Part of the SAIC-Volvo operation and what used to be known as Polestar Racing has been developing a road-going version of its World Touring Car entry that Iain Robertson suggests is going to shock most of its rivals en-route to brand launch.
Unprecedented product launches are a real surprise these days but, writes Iain Robertson, in the wake of the Geneva Motor Show, Seat has revealed its hottest hot hatchback ever, for a strictly limited run intended for hardened enthusiasts.
In recalling his first drive of Hyundai’s original Santa Fe model, Iain Robertson recalls a ‘blobby’ soft-roader that drew attention to the brand but did little for its reputation, although it was more capable than most observers realised.
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