Range Rover Evoque review PART 1 - Auto Express
Auto Express reviews the Range Rover Evoque. It starts from £28,000 and rises to £45,000. The car in the video is the 2.0-litre turbo petrol with 240hp. We put the new Range Rover Evoque through a serious of tests to see if it is worthy of that desirable Range Rover badge. To test for luxury we see if it's capable of driving over speed humps with ease, whether it's possible to hear a pin drop at high speed and even search the entire cabin to see if there are any cheap materials. A drag race against a Citroen DS3 both on and off road test the all-round ability of the Evoque and we find out just how desirable the new Range Rover is by putting it to a public vote. So does the Evoque measure up? Watch our video to find out.
Range Rover Evoque review PART 2 - Auto Express
In Part 2 of the Auto Express review of the Range Rover Evoque we put it through a number of tests to see how it isn't really like a Range Rover at all. This includes comparing its agility and handling with a Range Rover Autobiography through a slalom test. We also do an economy test on both cars to see what mpg they get as part of a cost comparison. And finally we see how manageable the new Evoque is by using it in a parking challenge. Watch our video to see what happens.
Satellite navigation vs taxi - Auto Express
Read more: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/62874/sat-nav-vs-taxi Who is the best navigator: Mat Watson with a Tom Tom sat-nav or a London taxi driver? Watch the video to find out.... Who is the best navigator: Mat Watson with a sat-nav or a London taxi driver? Watch the video to see the results.
BMW M5 700 mile review - Auto Express
Join Auto Express on a 700-mile roadtrip from Spain to the UK in a new BMW M5. Subscribe to Auto Express magazine and get 6 issues for £1 plus a free gift: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/yt We've already tested the new BMW M5 both on track and on road. And yes, with a 552bhp twin-turbo V8 it has incredible performance. But what is it like to live with and how does it cope over really long distances? Is the new BMW M5 really the continent-slayer its predecessor -- with its limited range, manic engine and firm suspension -- failed to be? There's only one way to find out: a mammoth road test from the Pyrenees in northern Spain all way back to the UK. Read more about it here: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/videos/featurevideos/277978/bmw_m5_epic_road_t est.html