Looking for an objective review of the BMW X6 Estate? OSV has got you covered, from engines to lease deals.Some critics never got what all the fuss was about with the moody-looking BMW X6 Estate. It was a beastly-designed SUV-cum-Coupe that smashed its way into a brand new niche like a tornado that no one saw coming. It was like an over-developed child that its parents couldn’t wait to leave home.Fast-forward to 2017, and it still looks like an absolute beast, still leaves some critics wondering what the heck it’s doing here, and still steamrolls from 0-62 in just 4.2 seconds.But despite its somewhat thuggish looks, it’s luxurious inside, fun to drive and fairy practical. And despite the doubters, the hyper-quick man-child that no one supposedly wanted is still selling so well.Wanna know what all the fuss is about? Join OSV as we take a closer look with our BMW X6 Estate review.
Looking for an objective review of the Citroen Berlingo MultiSpace Estate? OSV has got you covered, from engines to versatile lease deals.Got a lot of kids to ferry around? The new Citroen Berlingo MultiSpace Estate is worth look. It has three major selling points that should appeal to modern families: It’s massively practical, comes with an affordable price tag and running costs, and has the option of seven seats.Sure, it’s not exactly Citroen’s best-ever designed car, and you won’t get much by the way of performance out of it. Based on a van, it’s an MPV that your kids will want you to park around the corner from school so that their mates can’t see it.But if image is not important to you, this super versatile, super usable and super affordable van-cum-car has a lot going for it, especially if luggage space is a priority of yours (how does 5 big amounts of baggage sound?).Join OSV as we take a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Citroen Berlingo MultiSpace Estate review.
Want the car all the footballers are buying? OSV takes a look at the new Bentley Continental GT Coupe, from massive engines to lease deals.The big, bold new Bentley Continental GT Coupe is a proper, regal old-fashioned grand tourer in the British thoroughbred mould that manages to blend traditional features with breathtaking modernity.Bentley made a big impact before the wars with its racing cars, and it’s this racing heritage that the brand that’s as British as The Royal Family are trying to evoke here. It’s a luxurious, broad-shouldered coupe that has meat on its bones and power in its armoury. It’s commanding, ostentatious, and perfect if you want effortless pace, performance and elegance.OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our Bentley Continental GT Coupe review.
Looking for an objective review of the new BMW X5 Estate plug-in hybrid? OSV have got you covered, from engines to lease deals.The Hulk-like BMW X5 Estate is one of the biggest SUV’s ever made. With its sheer size, power and performance on offer, it’s like having your own personal bodyguard on the road. The only thing missing are a bullet-proof windows.And just like Hulk, the X5 has a soft centre - the cabin is inviting, gorgeous and supremely comfortable. Add in some top quality handling, lots of practicality and the option of a third row of seats, and this sporty SUV is well worth a test drive.OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 BMW X5 Estate review.
Looking for an objective review of the new Audi A5 Coupe? OSV has got you covered, from engines to lease deals.The 2017 Audi Coupe is based on the already impressive A4 - but it’s even better. It’s taken the formula and tweaked it, delivering a coupe that is stylish, austere and luxuriously kitted out. It’s a feel good car that retains a sense of class.One of the things that sets this car apart from the A4 is that it’s got an edge to it. It’s not as visually striking as, say, the Lexus RC, but it’s slick and rewards you with a lavish interior that you can easily get used to.OSV takes a closer look at what the car has to offer with our 2017 Audi A5 Coupe review.
BMW have been proving for some time now that large estate cars can be both practical and desirable and the new BMW 5 Series Touring Estate is a case in point. It’s comfortable, stuffed with lots of advanced technology and it’s a great motorway cruiser.
The new BMW M4 convertible is a bit of a halo for the M4 range. It’s heavier than the coupe from which it’s derived, but as always with BMW it’s still a lot of fun to drive. It shares the same twin-turbo 3.0-litre engine and is good for 425bhp of pure, pleasurable power.
Looking for an objective review of the BMW i3 Hatchback? OSV has got you covered, from performance to lease deals.The new BMW i3 Hatchback is a car for the 21st century. Planet-friendly and looking every inch like it’s arrived from a distant galaxy, it’s a sprightly electric city car that’s perfect for anyone who wants to get out and about in the city in something different. It’s cheap to run, looks like it’s from the future, and is arguably the most fun you can have in a BMW without mortgaging your house first.The new i3 represents a further foray on BMW’s part into the world of electric cars. Both the petrol-electric hybrid and the pure electric i3 are excellent choices for anyone who wants to do their bit for the environment. And thanks to the introduction of a brand new 94Ah high-capacity battery pack, range is no longer the stumbling block for customers it once was.OSV takes a look at what the car is all about with our 2017 BMW i3 Hatchback review.
British motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, tests the 2017 VW Golf to see if the German legend still deserves its awesome reputation. It’s one of the most recognisable names in the motoring world, and now the Volkswagen Golf has had an update. Should you buy a new 2017 VW Golf, though? Well, read on to discover its features, prices, and how the new Volkswagen Golf compares in our comparison test. 43 years of history and evolution sit behind the 2017 Volkswagen Golf. It’s been a car of the people since 1974 and has even become a bit of a status symbol for suburban one-uppers. The iconic hatchback is now at version 7.5, yes, 7.5 because this latest Golf is a mid-cycle refresh of the seventh- generation car, so is it worth buying the 2017 VW Golf? What exactly has Volkswagen done to improve it? Is the new Golf any different? Let’s find out.
Fancy a bit more exclusivity from your car? BMW’s Alpina range is a good place to look. They’re basically factory BMW’s but with more trimmings - such as more pace, more performance, more style, and more desirability.And just in case you didn’t know, Alpina is the BMW-based manufacturer that’s been sprinkling fairy dust on the German brand’s cars for over half a century. In this unique article, we’re going to take a look at four of their recent releases:• BMW Alpina Convertible • BMW Alpina Coupe • BMW Alpina Estate • BMW Alpina SaloonJoin OSV as we give you the low-down on what these mega cars are all about.