Volvo’s drive for electrification has led it to introduce mild hybrid powertrains across its range to improve efficiency.
Ride comfort and refinement for both powertrains was impressive
Sharp looking new SUV is good to drive with impressive technology and an electric option.
Its steering is sharp and the ride composed which, together with its practicality and efficiency, makes the Puma an excellent all-rounder.
By keeping things simple, the no-frills Citigo-e maximises the range from its compact 36.8kWh battery while keeping costs, weight and re-charge times to a minimum.
DS is joining a race to ride the electric vehicle (EV) adoption wave and to establish itself as the PSA Group’s pioneering premium brand.
Based on the same platform as the new Peugeot 208, the Corsa is about as far from its predecessor as it could get.
Its running costs are competitive and combined with Honda’s legendary reliability, the Civic is a strong fleet contender against the Volkswagen Golf and Ford Focus.
Minor glitches aside, XC40 remains well recommended.
All in all, there’s a lot to like about the Focus, and very little not to.
Overall, the Qashqai proves why it is still a good choice for fleets although it is no longer a standout car in the crowded crossover segment.
In 7,500 miles of driving, the car achieved 2,900 zero-emission miles– that’s more than a third.
There’s a lot to like in the 508, both in terms of design and performance, but visibility is a little restricted.
T-Roc has proven itself a capable and practical car, small enough for city driving, easy to park, quiet and refined on motorways and big enough to carry four adults in comfort.
On paper, Mazda’s new Skyactiv-X petrol engine is an ideal solution for both cost-conscious fleet decision-makers and those drivers who want performance without compromising costs.
More efficient powertrains and high spec levels should keep new Golf at top of fleet wish lists.
New Skoda is superbly placed to satisfy desire of fleets to lower emissions.
The 3 Series remains a benchmark in this class. Better-looking than its predecessor, it features more interior space and higher levels of equipment, with precise, progressive handling.
‘If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it’ approach means the facelifted C-HR offers few surprises
Seat’s city car jumps on the electric bandwagon with great success.
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