Alex Dean

Cars, tech, games... You name it, I'll probably love it.   Cardiff, South Wales, UK

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I Bought A French Car Once… Here’s How I Fixed That With An IS200

February 11, 2020 4:21PM

Any of my readers may be aware that I bought a Citroen C4 Coupe VTS. It turned out to be a bag of bolts and really was not the effort to even begin fixing the car. The brake caliper was binding, the clutch’s biting point was so far up you had to launch your foot…

Oh No, I Bought a “New” Car: The Very Real Struggles of Bargain Hunting

January 7, 2020 9:45PM

I think that almost everyone has been there — searching for a cheap motor that’s going to serve you well. There are only a few people in this world who can just up & out and return with a Lamborghini. So, I’d say it’s something we’d take for granted, getting out and hunting for that…

Llandow Circuit – A Small Track, But A Great Blast — Supercar Shootout

November 24, 2019 8:02PM

I’ve always been eager to try out a supercar on a racing circuit, so it goes without saying Llandow offers a great first-time experience. From the get-go, it was a rather nerve inducing excitement mix. But once the nerves passed it was as straight forward as it can be…. at least until you realise they…

The Mazda MX-30 Isn’t Mazda’s First Venture Into Electric Vehicles

October 23, 2019 6:55PM

The Mazda MX-30 has recently been announced at the Tokyo Motor Show. This has finally put Mazda in the race for the perfect electric vehicle. Or, so you’d think. I was surprised to find out the MX-30 isn’t Mazda’s first attempt at an electric vehicle. Let’s go back a few years to the Demio. Or,…

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Project: MacBook Air – Let’s Shed Some Light

October 20, 2019 1:40PM

The MacBook Air, probably one of Apple’s most innovative products in recent history. I, for one, personally believe it’s one of the computers that started the ultrabook trend. It’s the first time Apple tried to do something different with its already popular form factor MacBook. It’s probably a bigger leap than any of the most…