When it comes to family friendly vehicles, it is difficult to beat a minivan. Its sliding doors and height make getting out and in easy, while voluptuous interior and capability to bring transport six or seven passengers plus cargo is undeniably handy. However, there is a price to be paid for this usability. Apart being bore to drive, minivans are...
Retro British styling with contemporary BMW engineering; highly customizable; immensely fun to drive; excellent fuel economy; spacious as compared to standard Cooper.
Potentially high price; form over function cabin controls; weak base audio system; space not that great; noisy on cruiseways; suspension too stiff for...
Strong value proposition; available high top; simple option and model structure.
Hard plastic in armrest areas; no diesel option.
2012 Nissan NV symbolizes a new alternative for those looking for a versatile work vehicle. With comfortable front cabin area and rugged body on frame construction, it provides 2...
Volvo revealed a few lighthearted videos this month of lab-coat-wearing engineers revealing the all-new V60 diesel hybrid wagon. Unboxing is an Internet practice of filming while opening a new product or taking it apart such as Apple iPod. We first saw the V60 at 2011 Geneva Auto Show, and then in 2012 in Detroit. The Volvo V60 will be using a...
Excellent performance in SS variant; respectable fuel economy; quiet interior; smooth ride.
Poor braking on XFE models; cramped rearseat; dull handling; mediocre finish and fit; lacks interior storage and common safety features.
2010 Chevrolet Cobalt trails the competition in terms of overall refinement,...