Citroen's sleek DS5 is a car for all seasons when fitted with the muscular and economical HDi 180 engine. Andy Enright reports.
Citroen's DS5 is an interesting alternative to the usual Mercedes, BMW and Audi compact executive models. Jonathan Crouch wonders if the DS5 is a stretch too far.
Chrysler's 300C is back. It's lower key but higher quality. Is that a recipe that'll work? Jonathan Crouch reports on this executive saloon in appropriate top 'Executive' trim.
Chrysler's 300C is lower key but higher quality in MK2 guise. Is that a recipe that'll work? Jonathan Crouch drives it.
The Corvette is back in awe-inspiring Stingray guise. Andy Enright reports on an American car claiming cornering prowess to match the best of its European rivals. Which would make this a very unusual US supercar indeed.
Generations of Cadillacs have landed on these shores, their appeal lost in the translation. Can the STS get the core message across? Andy Enright reports
Cadillac has never been a brand that has been a good fit with UK customers. Can the third generation CTS, a BMW 5 Series-sized executive saloon, change that? Andy Enright reports.
Can BMW's M6 Coupe deliver on those 'Ultimate Driving Machine' advertising straplines? Andy Enright reports.
The BMW M5 has to move with the times but don't ever think it's succumbed to middle age spread. Andy Enright reports.
Is the top selling BMW 7 Series also the best? Jonathan Crouch takes a look at the improved 730d.
BMW's 7 Series is one of the lower profile luxury saloons, but it has been quietly upping its game. By Andy Enright
BMW's 6 Series Convertible is back with more efficient engines and sleeker styling. Andy Enright wonders if the 6-cylinder petrol 640i might be the pick of the range.
BMW's 6 Series Convertible is back, with sleeker styling and a more focused agenda. Andy Enright wonders if the super-efficient 640d might be the pick of the range.
BMW might be late to the four-door coupe party but the 6 Series Gran Coupe is well worth the wait. Andy Enright reports.
BMW's 6 Series makes elegant sense in four-door Gran Coupe form. Jonathan Crouch tries it