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2.5 Star Infiniti Q50

Dec 30th
The thing about alternative choices is that they’re only worth having if they don’t stray too far into left field; if they’re viable, basically. A cosmonaut’s wristwatch with laser beams instead of hands and a casing made of recycled ex-Soviet missile parts might seem fascinating, but if it costs twice as much as the average automatic watch, needs six hours…
Ford Focus RS

Dec 30th
The Ford Focus RS has been ramped up to produce 405bhp and 425lb ft of torque by American performance brand Hennessey. The Hennessey HPE400 upgrade kit includes a high-flow air filter, a stainless steel mid pipe with an electronic dump valve and an engine management software upgrade. The results boost power output of the car’s turbocharged 2.3-litre engine by 60bhp…
Nissan Announces UK Battery Pricing EMBARGOED Monday 8th Dec 00:01

Dec 30th
Owners of the Nissan Leaf can buy a replacement battery for £4,920, Nissan UK has confirmed.  The scheme, including a £1,000 cashback for their old battery, is aimed to provide Leaf owners with clarity on what would happen to their battery should it fail outside Nissan’s five-year, 60,000-mile warranty against battery capacity failure. Paul O’Neill, EV manager for Nissan Motor…
3.5 Star Citroën C3

Dec 30th
Citroën has plenty of takes on the small car theme, but the Citroën C3 is what you’d consider its regular supermini. Prior to the current model, the previous C3 stretched back to 2002, before which were the Saxo and AX, although it’s difficult not to think of them, and the Saxo particularly, as small compared with the C3. To find…
Jaguar XJ6 And XJ12  (1986 - 1994)

Dec 29th
Jaguar was founded by William Lyons in 1922 as Swallow Sidecars (SS) in Blackpool. ‘Jaguar’ was used as one of the firm’s model designations in 1935. Following the war – when the SS initials had very unfortunate connotations – the whole business simply became the far more appealing Jaguar instead. The newly christened company made a name for itself with…
The Magnificent Seven Rides Again

Dec 29th
Forty years ago, a new car company called Caterham Cars came into being – in a pub in Primrose Hill, as you’re asking. Caterham Cars had been around since the 1960s, but only as a dealer and distributor of Colin Chapman’s fabled Lotus 7. Indeed, it was only Caterham boss Graham Nearn who had kept the 7 in production after…