The Diesel Car long-term reports in every issue give you the lowdown on the most important cars on sale today – here’s a reminder of how some of our testers fared in October’s issue.
How it works: Doctor Diesel offers some pearls of wisdom on the subject of car security Car crime has dropped dramatically over recent years, mainly due to improved security measures, resulting from joint work by the manufacturers and Thatcham, Britain’s…
The Diesel Car long-term reports in every issue give you the lowdown on the most important cars on sale today – here’s a reminder of how some of our testers fared in October’s issue
John Kendall gets excited over the Audi ZF’s cutting-edge technology
A brave new world of motorway driving looms. Sue Baker looks ahead to the time a few years hence when technology will take over and let you sit back with a newspaper and a cup of coffee while your car wafts you towards your destination.
Feeling the pinch? Filling stations bleeding you dry? Jack Carfrae explains how to turn the tables and make your car generate some extra cash for you.
Ken Rogers takes a look at some of the linguistic gems cars have contributed to our collective vocabulary over the years.
That all-so important registration plate on the front and rear of your car has taken different forms over the years. Peter Cracknell takes a look at how it all started out, and charts its evolution over the years.
Keith Adams and Matthew Hayward set out to prove that it’s not only possible to get to Monte Carlo on one tank of diesel, but also to have some fun along the way.