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Star Wars vs The Everyday Motorist

Motorparks, Jeep, Mazda, To celebrate the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Motorparks have come up with a great new Star Wars-themed infographic. This visual pits some of the most iconic vehicles in the Star Wars universe against similar vehicles found right here on Planet Earth. Top speeds are noted but for the Earth-bound vehicles altitude might present a problem. Enjoy Motorparks graphic below. Continue reading

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Mazda MX-5 RF Fastback – What We Always Wanted

Mazda have revealed the Mazda MX-5 RF (“retractable fastback”) today on the eve of the New York International Auto Show. The latest version of the legendary sports car offers a new dimension of open-top driving fun while at the same time staying true to the purpose of the company’s previous retractable hardtop MX-5. The idea is that this makes the roadster experience accessible to a broader range of drivers. Continue reading

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Short Drive Review: New Mazda MX-5 – The B-Road Bandit

Do you remember your first time? That’s right, the first time you stepped into a car with a fully loaded licence and experienced the joys of the open road? Well, no matter how sated with driving you may now be, it is still possible to rediscover those fun-filled halcyon days by simply treating yourself to the new Mazda MX-5. Continue reading

Introducing the Mitsuoka Roadster

Here’s an interesting new entrant into our sports car market. Mitsuoka Motor’s “classic” Mitsuoka Roadster will be making its European debut as it launches in the UK under the exclusive distribution of T W White & Sons and will be on display in a number of their showrooms located across Surrey, South London and Kent. Continue reading

When Is Enough Horse Power Enough?

Given the general road conditions, rules and regulations on our tiny island nation there surely has to come a point when an excess of power in a car becomes superfluous. With the wide open spaces available to them (although Bill Crittenden’s article last Monday still applies) American car buyers do not appear to think the same. Continue reading