A week that includes the Kia Stinger, BMW’s i8 Roadster and the BMW M5 Competition, Honda’s Civic Type R and not one but three Honda NSXs might be offered as a top prize in a charity auction for which enthusiasts would bid thousands. Even to me, jaded and cynical as I may be, this felt like a working week that was utterly remote from the ordinary. In fact, it may have been my all-time favourite week in 25 years of writing about cars. Neil Lyndon remembers the week that was… READ MORE
The eye-popping Honda Civic Type R GT ReviewView Post
‘Dare to be different!’ says Honda. Well, you would be if you bought its latest Civic in 4-door form. It’s the first time a Civic has been produced as such for the UK market and will, in fact, most likely be found in relatively small numbers as company, rather than privately-owned, vehicles. Depending on how high up the executive chain you are, then it will be either the 6-speed manual version or the 9-speed automatic. Tom Scanlan reviews the New Honda Civic 4-door…Read More
Honda S2000, the iconic retro roadsterView Post
Fun to the max, we review the hot new 2018 Honda Civic Type RView Post
Longer, wider, lower….these are some of the buzz words you get with the New Honda Civic. They are just that, but also very eye-catching, with their bodywork adornments….READ MORE
Just off to the shops in the Honda JazzView Post
A big, comfy family SUV, practical, roomy, easy to drive, just how a best-selling SUV should be..
Don’t worry, it’s not as though one of Honda’s offerings has got a sagging chin or droopy eyelids. No, it’s just that the company’s just revealed the latest versions of not one, but two of its range. So there’s the new Civic and the new CR-V..
Another Ultra Efficient Compact SUV joins the fray, with up to 71MPG and CO2 of just 104g/km. Available from the Summer..
Sitting at the wheel of the new Honda Civic Tourer – admiring its ravishingly original instrument design and lay-out, loving its excellent ergonomics and unsurpassed all-round visibility – I find myself asking….