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Volkswagen e-Up Vs Nissan Leaf Vs BMW i3: Review & Comparisons

Interested in an Electric vehicle? Explore in this article what we think of the Volkswagen e-Up! and how it compares to other similar cars in the market...
a metallic white volkswagen e-Up! parked in city street
The smiley new Volkswagen e-Up! Hatchback might be a bit unfortunately named (hey up!), but it’s based on one of the most popular city cars around. It’s a lot like the standard VW Up!, except it’s quieter and cheaper to run. That said, it’s also a lot more expensive to buy and depreciates badly. Is it worth making the switch from petrol to electricity? OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2018 Volkswagen e-Up! Hatchback review.

Hyundai Ioniq Electric Vs Renault Zoe Vs Nissan Leaf: Review & Comparisons

Considering buying an electric car? Explore in this review how the Hyundai Ioniq Electric performs against the Renault Zoe and Nissan Leaf
a silver hyundai ioniq electric parked on pavement infront of modern building
If you love Hyundai as a brand, you’ll no doubt be keen to find out what their first ever fully electric car is all about. Fortunately, they haven’t bodged it, and the new Hyundai Ioniq Electric is ideal for families who want to do their bit for the environment, and who want to keep costs down at the same time. It emits zero CO2, offers plenty of usability and is even fun to drive.

MINI Hatchback vs Audi A1 vs Citroen DS3: Review & Comparisons

Are you in need for a Hatchback that can fit the whole family? The MINI Hatchback would be a wise choice but how does it compare to Audi & Citroen?
dark red mini hatchback driving on tarmac road with blurred buildings in the background
The cheeky new MINI Hatchback might be a bit more practical than it used to be, but it’s retained its keen sense of fun and adventure. And while its engines are now more powerful, they’re still pleasingly efficient. Improvements all-round, then, for this firm British favourite. It’s family friendly too, looks classically MINI, and comes with the option of five-doors. It’s hard to argue what more a buyer could want from a modern day Hatchback that’s at worst a junior version of a BMW.

The Mini Hatch is one of the biggest automotive success stories, becoming nothing less than a cult icon in the eyes of many. Now on its 3rd generation since its dramatic re-launch back in 2000. How does this new model promise to be better?

The Mini Hatch has always been about cheeky brand appeal, fun, if a bit rough around the edges, driving. The Mini Hatch naturally bases itself on the usual Mini formula, but with some dynamic differences – here they have made the Mini more mature. This might sound at odds with the spirit of Mini-ness, but rest assured they have preserved the best aspects of what everyone knows and loves and combined it into a new model which is bigger, more refined, more eco-friendly, higher quality and generally just better all round. This is the all new and improved new Mini Hatch.

At a glance you’ll think that not much has changed

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