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Reviewed the Hyundai Nexo Fuel Cell EV

In Car Reviews, Hyundai by Maggie Barry

THERE is a story that having got to your destination in the hydrogen powered Hyundai Nexo, you can use the tailpipe emissions to make a cup of tea. The reason for the interest in the tailpipe emissions of the Nexo is because this is a car powered by hydrogen fuel cells which emit only water as a by-product. It is …

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Rolls-Royce Ghost – as the lights go down

In Car Reviews, Rolls Royce by Maggie Barry

A STAR is born or in this case reborn. The Rolls-Royce Ghost first made its appearance in 2009 in direct response to customer demand for a more minimalist vehicle – one they could drive themselves, and why not? With a whopping 6.75-litre V12 engine under the bonnet delivering 563bhp why on earth would you want someone else in the driving …

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The New Land Rover Defender

In Car Reviews, Land Rover by Maggie Barry

Land Rover has come to the Atholl Estate in Scotland to showcase their much-awaited New Defender, the highly anticipated 21st-century successor to the original beloved of country folk everywhere. It’s a unique and special privilege which the Duke enjoys and today he has even more defenders to hand – or Defenders to be precise. The New Defender has arrived and …

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Lexus UX 250h, the urban explorer’s SUV

In Car Reviews, Lexus by Maggie Barry

A brand well-known for luxury finishes have just entered the compact SUV market with the beautifully crafted Lexus UX 250h. At the same time, Lexus boss Ewan Shepherd has confirmed that this new compact crossover will arrive in the UK purely in hybrid form. It is yet another sign, if any were needed, that we are moving into a new …

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Honda NSX – An everyday supercar

In Car Reviews, Honda by Maggie Barry

IT’S a hybrid folks – but not as we know it. If you want your next hybrid car to be small and practical, look away now. For the Honda NSX is neither of these things – indeed it’s one of the widest cars on the road – but it is the kind of beautiful car you will look at twice, …

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Reviewed the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio…Fun, Fun, Fun

In Alfa Romeo, Car Reviews by Maggie Barry

Alfa Romeo calls it the Symphony of Power – it’s the sound you experience in each of the drive modes on its new Stelvio Quadrifoglio. The other modes form part of what Alfa Romeo call the Stelvio’s DNA – they are Dynamic, Natural and Advanced Efficiency each separately orchestrating how you hear this great car. Maggie Barry takes to the Scottish roads in the mega Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio…READ MORE

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Reviewed the 2019 Bentley Continental GT, always something special

In Bentley, Car Reviews by Maggie Barry

I drive tentatively up to the front door of Dalhousie Castle, the last castle in Scotland to be besieged by an English King in person – Henry IV to be precise. My caution is explained by the car I am driving – that quintessentially English icon, the New Bentley Continental GT. Maggie Barry flys the flag across Scotland for the New 2019 Bentley Continental GT…READ MORE