Mazda 3 (2014) Review: A Car That Just Keeps Giving

The Mazda 3 is beyond fascinating when you take its history into account. It’s one of those “cars of the people”, a true hero for the average Joe. As of writing this, we’re currently on the fourth generation of Mazda 3, the successor to the Familia/323. In this review, I’ll be going back in time…

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A Name Worth Bringing Back: The Toyota Corolla is a Masterpiece

Toyota Corolla has always been a name associated with comfort and reliability. To see this name back on British roads is a beautiful homage. You see, back in 2007, the Corolla name was taken off market and replaced with the Auris. There wasn’t anything wrong with that, it just wasn’t… Corolla. But, it’s back, and…

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A Mini Cooper D front-side view with the front wheels fully locked right.

Mini Cooper D 1.5 Review – A Quick & Nimble Car

The Mini Cooper is something of a British hero in the automotive world. The original Morris Mini-Minor was made popular with its radical design of the late 50’s. It helped popularise the transverse engine layout as well as the small city car. Since BMW’s take over back in 2000, the car-maker has re-revolutionised the small…

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