The whole 911 range has been revised to include energy-saving turbochargers, but it’s the new Porsche 911 Targa 4 that’s arguably best suited to the controversial new turbocharged 3.8-litre engine. Just as gutsy as its naturally-aspirated predecessor, it’s not lost any performance but has gained an edge over its rivals by virtue of the fact that it’s now more efficient and more economical.
Fancy the new Audi TT Coupe? OSV has got you covered, from engines to lease deals.The Audi TT Coupe is steadily growing into an icon. After two decades in existence, it still sports its distinctive silhouette, and continues to be one of the best two-door coupes on the market.The racy little TT is vying for your cash in a sector soaked with talent. It’s certainly got a reputation, and in its third generation it’s more fun, more comfortable and more stylish than ever. Its driving dynamics have been improved by the weight-loss program the brand put it on, while its baby face now has an edge to it. This is an on-the-road assassin that is in its prime. Is it time you got one?OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Audi TT Coupe review.
The new Skoda Rapid Hatchback may not be the most exciting car you’ll ever own, but if it’s affordability, sensibility and practicality that you’re looking for, it ticks all the right boxes.The name is a bit of an odd choice, because this car is literally anything but rapid. However, its name is a sentimental choice by Skoda, as the original Rapid was released back in 1935. Back then, the car was super down to earth - and this is the case now.It’s a humble family car that will take good care of you as you go about your everyday business on the road. It’s also cheap to run, and boasts a familiar cabin that makes you feel right at home.OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our Skoda Rapid Hatchback review.
Looking for an objective review of the Audi A5 Cabriolet? We’ve got you covered, from engines to lease deals.The brand new Audi A5 Cabriolet might be cool, low-slung and roofless half the time, but it’s still a practical car that proves useful in everyday life on the road. It’s suave, stylish and delivers a luxurious interior that’s every bit as plush as many an Audi cabin is these days. If it’s a relaxing driving experience you want from a convertible, this ticks a lot of boxes.And if you buy your cars according to the image that they have and the one they project, the A5 cab is an attractive proposition. The badge appeal here is immense, while its sporty looks give it an edge over its rivals.And whereas previously, it was the perfect companion for those lazy sunday days as you weaved through winding country roads without a care in the world, Audi have injected it with a bit more devil this time around so that it’s more of a driver’s car.OSV takes a look at what it’s all about with our Audi A5 Cabriolet review.
Looking for an objective review of the Audi RS6 Avant Estate? OSV have got you covered, from engines to lease deals.Fancy an estate car that can get you from rest to 62 in 3.7 seconds? The unbelievably quick Audi RS6 Avant Estate can move you, your family and your luggage from A to B and beyond the realms of our universe with unbelievable speed, precision and comfort. It isn’t cheap, but, boy - it’s exciting.The RS6 is an irresistible proposition: It’s a practical estate car, but it comes powered by a barnstorming engine that can propel it from a rest to 62mph quicker than a Porsche 911. All that power on tap means the car has no direct rivals, but if you were to compare it to rivals, you’d say that it’s in a straight shoot-out with the Mercedes E43 AMG.Its huge boot and beautiful interior, however, may serve to make it the standout choice.OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Audi RS6 Avant Estate review.
ST-Line models are a special trim level from Ford. The cars are brawny looking, but are they as powerful as their appearances suggest? Our motoring journalist, Tim Barnes-Clay, got behind the wheel of the Fiesta ST-Line to discover more...
Looking for an objective review of the Nissan GTR Coupe? OSV has got you covered, from engines to lease deals.The barnstorming new Nissan GTR Coupe is a car that will make you feel supersonic. Ferocious, confident and visually striking, it’s a car capable of humbling even the sportiest Porsche.For hardcore enthusiasts who want to chuck caution (and everything else) to the wind, this tornado with an engine is worth a look.One of the quickest cars on earth, the new GTR feels as though it’s been injected with rocket fuel. It might not be super car aristocracy, but if the thought of getting behind the wheel of a monstrous upstart that is here to challenge the status quo of super cars appeals to you, join OSV as we take a closer look at what the new Nissan GTR Coupe is all about.
Looking for an objective review of the cute new Smart ForFour Hatchback? OSV has got you covered, from its perky engines to some fab lease deals.The new Smart ForFour Hatchback is a delightful offering for four people. It may be small and it may look like a child’s toy, but this little trooper has five doors, nimble handling and lots of personality.If you’re buying your first car, you may not recall the first time the cheery Smart ForFour entered the UK market. That was over a decade ago, after which it disappeared before being revived last year as essentially a spin-off of the Renault Twingo. Its tiny turning circle allows it to turn on a sixpence, and the brand have managed to get more space out of its compact dimensions than a magician or even Einstein could manage!OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Smart Car ForFour review.
The new Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet is fun, great to look at and responds to your mood. The ultimate happy-go-lucky sports car, it is ideal for you if you’re in the mood for a high-performance convertible that could stop traffic.