Nick Maher

Nick Maher

Digital Golf has finger on the pulse

Digital Golf has finger on the pulse

What is more important to the new VW Golf, engines or touchscreens?

It’s a Mini, but not as we know it

It’s a Mini, but not as we know it

Mini’s big new Countryman is a proper crossover

Twingo GT hits peak cute

Twingo GT hits peak cute

The hot new Renault has a lot of promise but fails to deliver true driving thrills, writes Nick Maher

C-HR brings us to Toyota’s brave new world

C-HR brings us to Toyota’s brave new world

Toyota hasn’t yet had a car in the critical mid-size crossover segment. The C-HR, though, is far more than just another family SUV competitor

Citroen’s new C3 ramps up the style factor

Citroen’s new C3 ramps up the style factor

The new Citroen arrives at a crucial time for the French car maker. If it’s successful, it could be the beginning of a bright new future for the brand

New Scenic attempts to roll back the SUV tide

New Scenic attempts to roll back the SUV tide

Renault still thinks that there’s life in the traditional MPV, writes Nick Maher

Be different: choose an estate

Be different: choose an estate

Kia’s new Optima estate will struggle to get noticed in a world gone SUV-crazy, despite its chiselled looks

Tiguan is ready to take its place in the ‘always on’ culture

Tiguan is ready to take its place in the ‘always on’ culture

A powerful new bi-turbo diesel engine won’t come to Ireland in the Volkswagen Tiguan, but more significant new technology will

Along came a Fiat 124 Spider

Along came a Fiat 124 Spider

A car with a long history, but a short and tumultuous recent resurrection

Focus RS throws off its childish ways and grows up a bit

Focus RS throws off its childish ways and grows up a bit

Car has been the lads mag of the car world – loud, brash and fun

Lexus revamps its hybrid SUV

Lexus revamps its hybrid SUV

Lexus design has finally moved past the bland look that once all its models wore

Is Toyota cornering the future market?

Is Toyota cornering the future market?

The Mirai looks and feels almost too conventional to be the future, but it’s the first hydrogen fuel cell car you can actually buy

New Jaguar XF is better in every way with stunning results

New Jaguar XF is better in every way with stunning results

It may look like the old XF but under that skin is a tech revolution and a talented sports saloon

Coltranes, planes and automobiles

Coltranes, planes and automobiles

Honda’s new Jazz is as spacious as an aircraft hangar, but can it be as cool as a Coltrane sax solo?

Citroën’s DS goes it alone

Citroën’s DS goes it alone

Once a Citroën nameplate, the DS is now a stand-alone brand and has Audi in its sights.