Suzuki Swift Attitude Front

The Suzuki Swift is a small car with an unfeasibly big attitude, says Ian Angus. Suzuki has built a brand on building small cars and 4x4s that provide great value for money; after the Jimny, the Swift is its most recognisable model, and that has now been given a mid-lifeContinue Reading

In the third article in the series, renowned photographer Mark Fairhurst explains why he loves his cheap Leica Summitar 5cm lens. In 1939 Batman made his first appearance in a comic. Judy Garland sang Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Ghandi started his protest about British rule in India. There was civilContinue Reading

The Volvo XC40 removes the hassle of driving but leaves a good dose of fun, says Ian Angus. Despite the SUV market in the UK having become ever more crowded, Volvo is keen to enter the fray and make your SUV-buying decision even harder, and the XC40 sits at theContinue Reading

If the Range Rover Sentinel is a bit too flash for you, then the armoured version of Volvo’s XC90 might be just the ticket. Unveiled following “numerous requests” for an armoured version of their perennially popular SUV, while the project took just two years to bring to market, Volvo wasContinue Reading

If you’re embarking on a family holiday down under and can’t face a full 24-hours in the air, a layover – or better still a slightly longer stopover – makes good sense. The likelihood is that your flight is stopping en route anyway to refuel and resupply so why notContinue Reading

While Stewart Longhurst honed in on The Outlaws for us, photographer Andrew Green took a typically electic, wide-angle view of the London Concours.   Photos by Andrew Green @picturecorner

Middle England loves an SUV and Carlton Boyce takes a look at the world’s best-selling compact SUV, the Honda CR-V. Honda’s contribution to the genre is a neat-looking thing, curvy and athletic, managing to successfully hide its lofty stance while still giving the raised driving position we Brits love soContinue Reading

In the first of a series of articles examining the lyrics behind well-known songs, Carlton Boyce takes a look at Romeo and Juliet by Dire Straits. Taken from their 1980 album Making Movies, the beauty of Romeo and Juliet for me is the way Mark Knopfler (who wrote the songContinue Reading