Alfa Romeo MiTo MultiAir Distinctive 1.4 Petrol 135BHP TCT road test review by Oliver Hammond

Alfa Romeo MiTo MultiAir Distinctive 1-4 Petrol 135BHP TCT road test review by Oliver Hammond - photo front 34

There’s something about Italian stuff. Most people seem to have the perception that anything from Italy is somehow better – everything from food, wine, fashion and women to history, culture, fancy coffee machines and of course, cars. So what did I personally make of the Alfa MiTo in aptly named ‘Alfa Red’, with its flappy-paddle automatic gearbox and its stop-start 135bhp petrol engine? Exterior To me, the MiTo looks like the lovechild of an Alfa Romeo 147 and the Italian firm’s drool-inducing Read The Rest...

Skoda Superb Estate 2.0 TDI CR 140PS DSG Elegance Road Test Review by Oliver Hammond

Skoda Superb Estate 2-0 TDI CR 140PS DSG DPF Elegance Road Test Review by Oliver Hammond - front extra

Hot on the heels of the Skoda Yeti he drove and loved a couple of weeks ago, Oliver spent a week with Skoda’s boldly-named car with executive intentions, the Superb, in estate guise, to see if it cuts the mustard as a businessperson’s mile-muncher and as a family car. I was a big fan of the original Škoda Superb in terms of its looks and the excellent VAG quality package it offered at very appealing prices, so out of all the Read The Rest...