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Alfa Romeo Stelvio – Capable, versatile and fun to drive

In Alfa Romeo, Car Reviews by Tom Scanlan

Stelvio — the new 6-cylinder Riley for 1930. Well, I suppose not everybody remembers that, and the Riley marque name is now owned by BMW. So it seems that a marque name is copyright, but the handsome Alfa Romeo Stelvio SUV can use the name of that fantastic road up in the Italian Alps. Tom Scanlan remember the good old days of driving, testing the New Alfa Romeo Stelvio…READ MORE

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The pretty stylish Jaguar E-Pace reviewed

In Car Reviews, Jaguar by Tom Scanlan

Time to tick boxes…Jaguar says of the E-Pace that it is a ‘compact performance SUV with sports-car looks’. Box ticked…that is if your idea of a sports car is no longer a low-slung open two-seater. The ever-admirable pen of Jaguar Director of Design, Ian Callum, obviously wants us to move on from that tired old idea and the E-Pace is certainly, I think, a good-looker in its idiom….Tom Scanlan puts Jaguar’s latest through its E-Paces.

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The 2018 SEAT Ibiza Reviewed

In Car Reviews, Seat by Neil Lyndon

After driving the 2018 Seat Ibiza SE, a well-off solicitor friend was telling me that he had just ordered a new car. “It’s an Audi RS6,” he said. The quiet pride on his face rapidly faded, however, when he saw my grimace.. Neil Lyndon drives the All-new SEAT Ibiza and doesn’t find anything wrong with it…READ MORE

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Wrestling with the Ford Ranger Wildtrak

In Car Reviews, Ford by Neil Lyndon

Seeing the aluminium-finish roll-top cover on the load box of the new Ford Ranger Wildtrak Double Cab 4×4 when that pick-up arrived for a week’s loan seemed to make it a complete beau ideal. Neil Lyndon reviews the Ford Ranger Wildtrak Double Cab 4×4…READ MORE