Renault Megane II RS Buyer’s Guide & History

While the first version of the Renault Megane Renault Sport (RS) didn’t exactly set the motoring world alight when it launched in 2004, it soon proved its worth. Renault’s team of crackpot engineers and designers fettled the car, turning it into one of the great hot hatches of the mid-to-late 2000s. If you had bought … Read more

Volvo V70 P2 (Second Gen) Buyer’s Guide & History

The second generation Volvo V70 is instantly recognisable with its unique styling and practical design. All versions of the car are an excellent buy for those looking for something with excellent comfort and safety features from the period. In this guide we are going to give you all the information you need to know when … Read more

Volkswagen Golf R32 Mk5 Buyer’s Guide & History

The Mk5 R32 is somewhat of a last hurrah to the big engined Golfs. It’s a car with good performance and levels of comfort, refinement and sophistication that many of its rivals couldn’t offer. Today, used R32 Mk5s are surprisingly reasonably priced in most locations and countries, making the vehicle a seriously tempting buy for … Read more

How Much Did The Nissan Pulsar GTI-R Cost New?

Rallying was massively popular during the eighties and nineties, and more and more Japanese manufacturers wanted a piece of the action. While Nissan had competed in numerous different rally events before, they had been spurred on by the domination of their R32 GT-R in the world of Group A circuit racing. Nissan’s engineers took it … Read more

How Much Did The Honda Civic Type R EK9 Cost New

The Type R badge was initially reserved for Honda’s incredible Ferrari competitor, the NSX, however, the Japanese manufacturer would soon give some of their lower end models the Type R treatment. Following on from the 1995 Integra Type R, Honda launched the EK9 Civic Type R in 1997 that was based on the JDM 3-door … Read more

Top Ten Fastest Mitsubishi Cars of All Time

People tend to forget about Mitsubishi. The little silvery triangle has been tootling around on the roads for years, but people seem to remember the Toyota Corolla or a Honda Civic much more readily. Mitsubishi never seemed to do big advertising and hence resultant minuscule Press coverage particularly well and they also produced far fewer … Read more