Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/bmw/x3/suv/review
The latest four-wheel drive SUV from BMW, the X3 is a very accomplished road car that sits just below the X5 in BMW's impressive line-up.
BMW X1 SUV review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/bmw/x1/hatchback/review
Thinking of downsizing from a large executive saloon car? Or do you just
want a bit more space than is offered by small hatchback? The BMW X1 is
designed to offer a solution to both of these needs, combining a practical
interior with compact bodywork.
Audi Q5 SUV review - CarBuyer
Despite a firm ride and limited off-road ability, the Audi Q5 is still a
very desirable car. Aimed at the Land Rover Freelander 2, it has the build
quality and refinement of an Audi saloon but the practicality and space of
a larger 4x4, so it's an excellent compromise.
BMW X5 SUV review - CarBuyer
With seven seats, an upmarket interior and great build quality, BMW's X5
makes a formidable family car. What's more, BMW has made the latest version
practical and luxurious. The pair of optional seats in the boot are useful,
and when they're not in place the car has lots of luggage space. The X5 has
some off-road ability, but during its development, engineers concentrated
on getting the performance on tarmac spot on
BMW Z4 roadster review - CarBuyer
Full review: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/bmw/z4/roadster/review
The BMW Z4 is the firm's best roadster yet -- and it gets a folding metal
hard top instead of a cloth roof. It also has smooth, supple suspension,
and a chassis that is tuned for comfort. That means the car is slightly
less fun to drive quickly than a pure sports car, but it's much more
relaxing to use on a daily basis. The new roof shuts out more engine, wind
and tyre noise from the cabin, but it eats into boot space when it's folded
2011 BMW X3 xDrive20d Start-Up and Full Vehicle Tour
I got the chance to make a video on this brand new 2011 X3! This F25 X3
was recently launched in Malaysia, with a single model, the xDrive20d for a
price of RM348,800 OTR w/o insurance together with BMW Service Inclusive +
Repair. There are two optional packages to go with the car; the first
being the Technology Package priced at RM28,000 and also the Comfort
Package that's worth RM18,000.
The Technology Pack comes with;
BMW Dynamic Damper Control working with BMW Performance Control
BMW Navigation System Professional
Extended connectivity for mobile devices
The Comfort Pack comes with;
Panoramic glass roof
2013 BMW X3 review - What Car?
The BMW X3 is the best compact 4x4 you can buy, and that's why it's our
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Kia Sportage SUV review - CarBuyer
The Kia Sportage is not just a great sport utility vehicle, it's CarBuyer's
first ever Car of the Year, as well as its Best 4x4. And no wonder... it's
the Korean firm's best offering yet. Good enough to trouble all comers in
the growing crossover market.
Mercedes M-Class SUV review - CarBuyer
The latest generation of the Mercedes M-Class was introduced in late 2011
as Mercedes lifted its game against rivals that have emerged in the decade
since it spawned this segment: the Audi Q7, Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5. The
M-Class is nearly four-metres long and has a massive load area, regardless
of which of model you choose. The ML 250 starts the range with a 202bhp
2.1-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel,
then there's the volume-selling ML 350 with its 255bhp V6 turbodiesel. If it's power you're after rather
than efficiency, there's the ML 63 AMG complete with 518bhp 5.5-litre twin
turbo V8 -- the most powerful Mercedes
4x4 ever sold. All offer luxurious equipment levels, fit and finish as well
as an imposing road presence.
Volkswagen Tiguan SUV review - CarBuyer
The Tiguan looks like a 4x4 and has some off-road ability, but it's made
with city roads and motorways in mind. It is designed to offer the benefits
enjoyed by 4x4 owners - a high, commanding driving position, cabin space,
and a feeling of safety - while being relatively compact.
Volkswagen Touareg SUV review - CarBuyer
The Touareg SUV was originally launched in 2003 and then significantly
updated in 2010. It majors on luxury, although it also has the capability
to tackle more extreme conditions than most drivers will ever experience.
The latest version is much lighter than the original, despite being bigger.
Toyota RAV4 SUV 2006 - 2012 review - CarBuyer
Modern crossover vehicles like the Nissan Qashqai and Volkswagen Tiguan are
family cars first and foremost, but still retain some of the looks and
off-road capabilities of a 4x4. The Toyota RAV4 is the other way around;
it's a 4x4 firstly, but Toyota has adapted it to compete with the popular
breed of crossovers.
Land Rover Freelander SUV review - CarBuyer
Land Rover re-calibrated drivers' perceptions of what was possible with a
small 4x4 when it originally introduced the Freelander. It was good to
drive on the road, and equally impressive off it.
The Freelander 2 is no different, feeling as capable wherever you choose to
drive it - but more luxurious too. Part of its enormous appeal is its
driving character on the road, where the Freelander 2 feels more like a
tall estate car than a wobbly off-roader. The diesel engine is offered in
two outputs, while Land Rover has taken a revolutionary step (for a company
founded on it reputation for world beating 4x4s) and introduced a
front-wheel drive model for those seeking the very best fuel economy.
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CRASHES 2013 Volvo FH
The driver of a new Volvo FH would emerge from an 80 km/h collision without
any serious injuries. And if the truck rolled over, there is an emergency
exit at hand. But not only the driver's safety has improved.
Thousands of simulated collision tests and about 100 real crash tests have
allowed Volvo Trucks' engineers to develop a safer truck cab. For instance,
high-strength materials such as dual-phase steel have been used in
collision-absorbing beams and in the doors. The cab too uses the strongest
steel available today for body panelling -- ultra-high-strength, thermoset,
press-moulded boron steel.
Porsche Cayenne SUV review - CarBuyer
Porsche shook up the performance 4x4 marketplace when it introduced the big
Cayenne. It shifted perceptions of how well a tall, heavy 4x4 could drive.
All the engines provide ample performance, with even the entry-level V6
petrol and diesel models able to accelerate from 0-62mph in less than eight