"It’s still a big step on from even a Golf R road car, but it doesn’t live on some kind of otherworldly plain that needs serious gumption to access."
"There’s an almost fool-proof nature to its handling that makes it very easy to go very quickly in it, something more rambunctious rivals can’t claim..."
The mk7 Golf GTI will bow out with a slightly conflicted special edition.
"... Easier to live with when you’re driving it calmly, more thrilling when the mood strikes you."
It may be positioned between the TSI and the R, but the Mk7.5 Golf GTI doesn’t suffer from middle child syndrome.
Italian racing team Arduini Corse applies racing nous to Pug’s hatch.
Rekindling our love for small, fast and fun to drive hot hatches with the Peugeot 208 GTi.
Better at deflecting gunfire, but possibly easier to crash. Yours for £32k.
Hot 192bhp GTI heads up new Polo range – the sixth generation of VW’s Fiesta rival