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OnePlus 5 vs Nokia 8: Which is the better Android flagship?

OnePlus 5 vs Nokia 8: These two Android titans are both formidable handsets, but which one is right for you? Earlier this year, OnePlus showed

Canon IXUS 190 Review

Introduction The Canon IXUS 190 is one of a duo of new IXUS cameras, the IXUS 185 and 190. They are the slimmest models in

Renault Koleos review: Can the 5-seat SUV make its mark?

French brands have never really succeeded in selling larger cars in the UK. There’s one notable exception: the Renault Espace, a ground-breaking people carrier that

American Muscle: The 10 Fastest Dodge Cars

It’s impossible to talk about American performance cars without focusing on Dodge. Throughout its history, the brand has had an almost consuming obsession with performance

Amazing Facts You Never Knew About the Honda Civic

More often than not, the best-selling cars out there aren’t the most interesting things on the road. Most mass-market cars are affordable, reliable, and not

Nissan X-Trail (2017) review: Great value SUV gets premium updates

When Nissan talks about the X-Trail, it’s talking about a car that it has designed for “family adventures”. While the Qashqai is the urban crossover that’s

10 Classic Car Nameplates That Need to Make a Comeback

Times change. Nowhere is this more apparent now than in the automotive world, where cars have evolved more in the past decade than they had

25 Cars and Trucks That Will Still Be Cool in 2030

The majority of the cars out today will come and go without much thought. They will be used for about a decade by various owners

Kia Sportage Review

Pros Bold new look pushes Kia’s new sense of style Value for money from engineering to equipment count Punchy new 1.6 petrol engine and dual-clutch

Skoda Kodiaq v Mazda CX-9 comparison

For many family buyers, a conventional people-mover like the Kia Carnival or Honda Odyssey is the ultimate manifestation of apathy. A sure path to social death.

2017 KTM Freeride E-XC First Ride Review

If your idea of off-road riding is busting big air over triple jumps, the Freeride-E will disappoint. But KTM’s electric-powered off-roader broadens the scope of

BMW Is Only the Second Most Valuable Car Brand in the World

The list of 2017’s most valuable brands is out, and unsurprisingly it’s pretty impressive. According to the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands, Google takes

These Automakers Spend Billions to Bring Performance to American Roads

Automakers are insecure entities: On top of wanting to sell cars, they also want to be revered and beloved. And as companies, such as Toyota,

Acer Switch 5 review: The silent Surface killer?

If you’re in the market for a 2-in-1 device then there’s an increasing amount of choice when it comes to powerful Windows tablets with magnetic

New Jaguar E-Pace vs BMW X1 Comparison

The new Jaguar E-Pace is expected to become the brand’s best-selling car – unsurprising, you might say. Having tested the water last year with the

Essential Phone: Price, release date, and everything you need to know

Essential, the company set up by Android co-founder Andy Rubin, has unveiled the Essential Phone. This Android-powered smartphone is going after the major flagships. It

2018 Peugeot 3008, 5008: Initial Australian details revealed

First Australian details of the 2018 Peugeot 3008 and 5008 SUVs have been revealed ahead of the new pair’s local launch. While full pricing and specifications are still

2017 Subaru XV First ride review – price, specs and release date

The latest Subaru XV is a new car from the ground up, and it needed to be: the previous one was a poor effort in

Jaguar E-Pace release date, price, specs, features and images

The Jaguar E-Pace has finally been revealed at a glitzy launch event in London’s Excel Arena – and it’s cheap(ish), cheerful, and seriously tempting. After

Nikon AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/1.4E ED Review

Introduction Announced in May 2017, the AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/1.4E ED is Nikon’s latest FX full-frame wide-angle lens to offer a fast maximum aperture of

The SUVs Buyers Around the World Can’t Get Enough Of

All you need to do is look around any parking lot in America to see crossovers and SUVs are taking over the roads. Although this

Medion Erazor P7647 review

OUR VERDICT The Medion Erazer P7647 is a decent low-to-mid-range gaming laptop that doesn’t blow us away when it comes to performance, but doesn’t cost

MeLE V9 Review: Android TV Box with HDMI Recording and 3.5″ HDD Bay

Pros HDMI recording offers more use cases Solid gaming performance Internal hard drive bay is great for increasing storage Cons Automatic Framerate Switching limited to

Nissan Qashqai (2017) review: Is the original SUV crossover still the best?

There’s barely a suburban street that doesn’t have a Qashqai, or a pair of Qashqai. There isn’t a school car park or supermarket without a

Everything Vernee Thor E – Full Review – Pushing The Budget Phone To the Limits!

Thor E offers Android 7.0 Nougat, 5020mAh Battery, Octa-Core and 3GB RAM! You won’t believe my Vernee Thor E Review, because specs, price and lookssuggest something

The 25 Best-Selling Cars of All Time

There are hundreds of different car models sold by dozens of automotive manufacturers each and every year. So when a single model strikes a chord

These Are the Most Valuable Car Brands in the World

The list of 2017’s most valuable brands is out, and unsurprisingly it’s pretty impressive. According to the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands, Google takes

The Storm From Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz’s 18 Fastest Cars

Beautiful. Timeless. Luxurious. These words all come to mind when most people think of Mercedes-Benz. One word that doesn’t always come to mind, however, is

Philips S-Line 243S7EHMB review

OUR VERDICT A low-cost display doesn’t need to feel cheaply made, or compromise on style or features – and the S-Line 243S7EHMB proves it. FOR

2018 Volvo XC60 First Drive: The best Swedish all-rounder since ABBA

Volvo’s reinvention has been a bright star in the auto industry, and with the 2018 XC60 SUV it’s set to bring that thoroughly Swedish thinking