The new Jeep Cherokee SUV Diesel is a good-looking off-roader that’s fun, comfy and full of life. It’s not quite the all-rounder, but it’s got bags of heritage and makes perfect sense for outdoorsy families.Indeed, if you’re looking for a car that your family can rough it in hassle-free, the Cherokee has a lot going for it. Its off-road abilities are impressive, but it’s also not too shabby on the tarmac. It comes with the option of four-wheel-drive and can return up to a 53.3mpg economy. OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our Jeep Cherokee SUV Diesel review.
Jeep has been making 4x4’s since world war two, so they know what they’re doing. Their new Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV is alive with character. It’s a big and bold 4x4 by a trusted brand that comes with five seats, and a gigantic V8 engine. Easily one of the best to drive Jeeps ever, it’s also well equipped, and houses a roomy interior.It comes with advanced tech that ensures it’s King of the off-roaders, too. And because it shares part of its structure with a Mercedes, you just know it’s not going to let you down. OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV review.
Looking for an objective review of the BMW 6 Series Convertible? OSV have got you covered, from engines to lease deals.The brand new BMW 6 Series Convertible looks a far smoother proposition to last time around. Its formerly quirky looks have been smartened up, and this car is now very much a suave companion for the weekend. Drive this with the window down on a warm, sunny day and you’ll be a smooth operator indeed.It’s been improved in other areas, too. The head-up display, which could so easily have looked like a bad gimmick, is intuitive and improves overall safety, while more interior space has boosted its appeal to those of you looking for a stylish but practical cabriolet.OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our BMW 6 Series Convertible review.
The marauding new Infiniti QX70 SUV is a muscly, sporty SUV that’s powerful, stylish and attractively priced. Formerly known as the FX, it’s got bigger in every department. Bigger engines, bigger build - but also bigger bills.True, running costs are steep, even for this class. That’s partly due to Infiniti leaving out slow engines and focusing on pure might, speed and performance with a couple of V6 and V8’s. Sound intriguing? OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Infiniti QX70 SUV review.
If you fancy something classy but different, the Infiniti Q70 Saloon is an interesting proposition. It’s spacious and comfortable, and stunningly equipped. It’s also handsome and makes for an excellent executive company car. But as we’ll find out, it’s not the only well-groomed, prestigious alternative to the established exec German saloons. Can it muscle past the classy Lexus and the Volvo in the showroom? OSV takes a closer look with our Infiniti Q70 Saloon review.
The new Ford Grand Tourneo Connect Diesel Estate is a more spacious and affordable alternative to the Ford C-MAX. However, the price is lower for a reason, and while the C-MAX looks slick, the Tourneo Connect looks like a van.Those van-based looks won’t be a deal breaker to everyone, though. Moreover, it’s not derived from a van, and has more in common with MPVs. Visibility is excellent, you can get seven seats if you want, and sliding rear doors make access easy. OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Ford Grand Tourneo Connect Diesel Estate review.
The new Hyundai i10 Hatchback is a dinky city car that’s at the top of its game. It sports a friendly face, has more space than you’d imagine, and goes about its business without any hassle.It’s also super cheap to run and makes the morning commute to work that little bit easier. Even better, it might be small but its five doors make access easy. A new front bumper has given it an edgier dimension, while an improved suspension setup has boosted comfort. However, there is still no diesel engine available. OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Hyundai i10 Hatchback review.
The Infiniti Q50 Saloon is dripping with quality. It looks smoking hot, boasts stacks of standard kit, and exec levels of comfort. If you want something different to all those German cars in the car park, it’s well worth a test drive.It can compete with them when it comes to performance and build quality, too. But has it got what it takes to beat them to the top of your shortlist? OSV finds out with our 2017 Infiniti Q50 Saloon review.
The new Ford Transit Courier Kombi Diesel Estate is Ford’s premium van-derived car. It’s cheaper than the Mercedes Citan Compact, the new Ford Transit Courier Kombi Diesel, but arguably offers just as much value. It’s the most people-friendly of all Ford’s popular Transits, and comes with van-based practicality.There was a time when a Ford Transit was just a van. It was about the same time when phones were just for telephoning people and having a chat. In 2017, though, phones can be used to transfer cash, and Ford Transits can carry seven people. What’s the world coming to?! OSV investigates with our Ford Transit Courier Kombi Diesel Estate review.
The new Hyundai i800 Diesel Estate satisfies needs. The only reason you buy van-derived cars like this is because you need it, not necessarily because you want it. It’s certainly not the vehicle you dreamt of owning when you were a kid!“When I grow up, I wanna drive a Hyundai i800!” With eight seats and the space to transport large items across town, it serves a purpose. It’s ideal for large families and anyone who needs better business transport. If you’re in either demographic, it represents really good value for money. With more seats and more capacity than your average people carrier, it’s certainly a compelling proposition. OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our Hyundai i800 Diesel Estate review.