Richard Dredge hasn’t actually driven his DS5 since his last long-term report. He explains how a French traffic cone left his motor needing a new bumper.
Pregnancy terms vary widely across the animal kingdom, from less than two weeks for an American opossum to almost a couple of years for an African elephant. But the gestation period of the extraordinary, ultra-lightweight two-seat Volkswagen XL1 is something…
These days, we can hardly turn on the television or walk into a shopping mall without being bombarded with advertisements for the latest and greatest technology.
Changes to the London Congestion charge means that from June the limit for Co2 emission exemption is being reduced from 100g/km to 75. With this in mind, Diesel Car picks out the top 5 congestion charge busters.
Though the roots of the SUV may lie in practicality but today an SUV worth its salt needs to offer a luxury variant. Leather, walnut and deep, deep carpets are all part of the luxury SUV recipe. Diesel Car picks its Top Luxury SUVs
So that’s the first 25 years out of the way, but what sort of world will this magazine exist in come its 50th celebration? Simon Hacker reproduces a time-warped report from 2038
Let’s face it, taking the car in for a service is a pain in the backside, and that’s even before you’ve thought about how you are going to pay for it.
Once upon a time, choosing the engine for your car was simple. It was petrol or nothing. If you wanted diesel, you chose a lorry – or a London taxi.