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This little 4×4 took me 400 miles around Norfolk tasting cake, slowly traversing the tamest off road route I could find, and down some very fun country roads in and around Thetford.
You’ll probably have guessed that I’m guilty of road rage, especially when it comes to people who don’t indicate. New research shows that I am not alone!
The latest James Bond films are more or less reboots of the originals and I’m okay with that, especially if that means more awful puns and pretty cars. Yes, yes, I’m excited about James Bond taking on Spectre but this film, for me, is all about the car. The Aston Martin DB10.
The 2014 season may not have been the most riveting as a whole but there were some interesting events that got us all talking. Share yours in the comments.
Given the amount of discussion behind my last video regarding the relationship between cyclists and motorists, I thought I’d look at road safety. The people I’ve been speaking to have also brought pedestrians into that mix too. While cyclists and pedestrians have their fair share of inconsiderate moments on the roads, it’s car users we are looking at.
The A1 is getting a makeover and that means a few styling tweaks, more equipment and improved engines. The stars of the show are the 1.6l TDi that offers 80mpg and 92 g/km CO2 and the 1.0l three-cylinder petrol engine with 99g/km.
This is a car that’s all about its good looks, especially with the roof down. My first impressions of this car was that it was bulky and sluggish but its charm won me over eventually.
This car was named European Car of the Year for 2014 and although I was sure this was going to be a nice car, I wasn’t quite ready for it to steal my heart.
I see people driving round in snazzy new cars all the time and just think it’s incredible. I mean, who has £10k+ just hanging around for a new car?! Turns out, not many people do.