In these days of social media to excess, it should come as no surprise there is a forum for the VW Caddy.
Japanese carmaker under from aftermath of tsunami and falling sales figures.
The Caddy Maxi Life’s capacity to be used as a load-carrying van and as a lifestyle vehicle has already been put to good use.
Having had the opportunity to race an MX-5 on a frozen lake in Sweden earlier this year, it was great to learn AM would be taking on Mazda’s best-selling roadster on a long-term test.
The Caddy has joined the Porsche Panamera and Bentley Continental on an unusual, exclusive list, set apart from the dozens of cars I’ve driven during the past two years.
We wrote last month how we’d had an excellent experience when calling Donalds Mazda in Peterborough to book a service for the Mazda3 we’ve been testing for a year.
Financial uncertainty has left Saab with a lot of ground to cover if it is to get back onto the radar of executive motorists.
The AM team will soon bid farewell to the mighty Mazda3 we’ve been driving and reviewing for the past year.
I take issue with pretty much everything the Top Gear brand churns out through its various media avenues, but I then saw its website review of the Doblo. It said the car is a van with glass.
Mercedes-Benz should be able to get more men behind the wheel of the new SLK.
The eventual repair of the Superb was an example of the clash between people and processes.
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