Many people are familiar with the latest Mercedes- Benz C-class, which has been praised for its classy interior and on-road refinement. Not surprisingly, it is currently the most popular premium saloon in its category.
After several attempts at creating an affordable compact that sits below the highly successful 3-series, BMW has thrown cost and caution to the wind to produce a peerless car.
When Japanese car manufacturers started to shift production to Thailand in the 1990s, they had two things in mind.
Premium' and 'niche' are labels Citroen would like its latest model to be tagged with. Like the DS3 and DS4 before it, the DS5 is part of the DS line created to revive Citroen's reputation for producing innovative and stylish cars.
Land Rover may be the oldest SUV brand here, but it never did have a meaningful presence on the road.
Its massive 12-cylinder power plant is an affront to efforts to miniaturise engines and maximise corporate mileage.