Category: Car Reviews

Best Three Row SUVs

The Best Three Row SUVs of 2018

Best Three Row SUVs With gas prices remaining very low, the 3 row SUV has made its way back into American driveways in droves. For families, the three row SUV offers a...

BMW 216i Gran Tourer

BMW Introduces The 216i Gran Tourer To Singapore

If you are planning to relocate to Singapore with your family and pets, then you will need a big car to accommodate everyone during the different family errands and...

2017 Nissan Maxima

The 2017 Nissan Maxima – A Good Choice For Safety-Conscious Buyers?

Safety is becoming increasingly for car buyers as they look for cars that not only look good and drive well but also come equipped with the latest safety features. The...

The Volvo XC60

The Volvo XC60: A Driver’s Dream Or Are They Still Playing It Safe?

Aside from the news that they’ll be no more gas powered Volvos made by 2019; Volvo has been making waves in the news with the release of their XC90 and more recently...

Car Industry

How Motorsport Controls The Narrative Of Design In The Car Industry

Right now in the car industry, there seems to be an ongoing renaissance regarding design and the entire ethos of what the everyday car and supercar should be. Quite...

Car Technology

Car Technology: What does the future hold? (Infographic)

Cars have been advancing ever since the first horseless carriages left the production line over a hundred years ago, but with car technology advancing at a supersonic...

Ford-Fiesta

The Best Cars for New Drivers in 2017

Choosing your first car can be an exciting experience. There seem to be so many different types and models available that you may feel like a kid in a sweet shop. Yet...

Great Muscle Power

With Great Muscle Power Comes Great Responsibility

When it comes to cars, owners want power, speed, and aesthetics, and muscle cars have it all in abundance. There isn’t a vehicle more powerful or beautiful than a...

New Cars

Is Technology Making New Cars Better or Worse?

Previously, choosing a car was simple. Most decisions were determined by budget, vanity (because who’d pick the cheapest, most fuel-efficient car over an inferior but...