The Corolla is back, looking better than ever, but still short on fun.
"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."
"What’s so refreshing about the Tank’s dynamic behaviour, though, is that it’s not trying to be something it’s not."
"Roll develops progressively, body movements are well contained, the whole car feels well supported and effective. It’s nimble, fast, grippy."
The ultimate tech-laden family supercar. As impressive dynamically as it is desirable.
"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 Huracan Evo is heaving with hot new tech, yet somehow feels more organic. It's also alarmingly easy to drive very quickly.
Toyota’s B-segment fighter gets a full swing of revisions, ready to retake its crown.
"Alfa’s made a car with silky smooth ride quality and light, settled steering. It has sharp reactions, but it doesn’t beat you up."
Mazda has lightly refreshed its entry-level 6 saloon with added refinement and some new features, but is it any better than its peers?