Following on from the launch of the 4 Series Coupe last year, BMW has now introduced the 4 Series Convertible in Singapore, and the swanky drop-top is now available on sale starting from this weekend. In accordance to BMW’s new … Continue reading → More »BMW’s 4 Series drop-top drops in
No other car lets you indulge in your American action hero fantasies more than the Jeep Wrangler Singapore – One of the more interesting cars I’ve ever had to test in my (relatively short) writing career so far has to … Continue reading → More »Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara Diesel review: American Hero
Designed to be ultra-portable and even Internet-ready, this new child seat could soon be seen even on buses Continue reading → More »Could this inflatable chair revolutionise child safety?
When the Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced its reclassification measures for our Certificate of Entitlement (COE) system last September, it cited that it wanted to ‘keep’ Cat A for so-called mainstream cars. And now that a Cat A car has … Continue reading → More »Cat A Cars We’d Like to See in Singapore
David Khoo discovers the seventh generation 911 Targa is quite a work of modern art BARI, ITALY - Based on informal polls, the new Targa is likely engender a great tug-of-war between the 'likes' and the 'dislikes'. However, Porsche tells … Continue reading → More »Review: Porsche 911 Targa 4S – Targa of War
For those who want to stand out in the compact executive segment, Infiniti brings a good reason to prep the chequebook, with its Q50 sedan launching here in June. Continue reading → More »Infiniti’s 3 Series Rivaling Q50 for June launch
Manila, Philippines – Subaru’s WRX has always been a hot favourite among boy racers, but the latest version aims to appeal to a broader range of customers too The WRX is back? Yes indeed. After a prolonged absence from our … Continue reading → More »Subaru WRX review: Rex Resurrected
Singapore is the most expensive place in the world to own a car - but just how much more does it cost? CarBuyer takes a leaf from The Economist and models its own Toyota Corolla Altis Price Index. Continue reading → More »Global Price Comparison: The Toyota Corolla Global Price Index
Surprise, surprise, Audi's smallest sedan is actually superior in some ways to some of its larger stablemates... Continue reading → More »Audi A3 Sedan review: The best car in Category A?
Dressing up a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) doesn’t always work, but the Citroen Grand Picasso shores the facade up with great capability to make it a sensible choice Continue reading → More »Citroen C4 Grand Picasso Review: Truth In Art
Experience the Porsche Macan's dynamic abilities. Stand a chance to win an all-expense paid trip for a complete Porsche experience in Germany. Are you still reading this?? Singapore - To reinforce the Macan's Sporty Utility status, Porsche Singapore and Porsche … Continue reading → More »Porsche’s Macan Challenge… now till 6th April 2014
Given the exorbitant prices Singaporeans pay these days for cars, you wouldn’t blame car buyers here if they expected a bit more out of their purchase. And local Nissan distributor Tan Chong Motors has gone the extra mile by introducing … Continue reading → More »Leave your own Signature with the Nissan Sylphy
At the 2014 Shell Eco-Marathon Asia held earlier in February this year in Manila, a group of four Asian celebrities, hailing from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and The Philippines, attempted to see how far they could go on just a single … Continue reading → More »Celebrities attempt fuel efficiency record
David Khoo finds out that the latest iteration of the Maserati MC Stradale lets up to four people enjoy the V8’s rousing performance. Dubai, UAE - At full pelt down the sand-swept highway, the strident V8 of the Italian trident … Continue reading → More »Review: Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale – Holy Trofeo
Only 11 units will be built in team colours for loyal fans to express their Gunner love. Continue reading → More »Citroën to produce Arsenal Edition of C4 Cactus