Is the Polo all the GTI you need? Volkswagen’s smallest hot hatch certainly makes a strong case that the answer, for most people, is yes.
The GR Yaris is finally back on sale from November 10, with just 160 up for grabs for the coming year. If you’re scrambling to get one, just make sure it’s a Rallye model like this.
It’s been a while since you could get explosive turbo power and a manual gearbox in an affordable rear-wheel drive sports car, but trust Nissan to be the one to finally bring it back.
Who said a sports car can’t be practical? The WRX Sportswagon, in that regard, is quite the wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Kia’s petrol-powered flagship continues to stick it to the Germans with what is an undeniably attractive offering.
If a fast German saloon is what you buy with your head, the Giulia Quadrifoglio is what you buy with your heart.
The final piece in the complete Hyundai N lineup, the hotted-up i30 Sedan is the fastest and most serious member of the family yet.
The new WRX finally has the broader appeal it needs for survival in a cut-throat car market, but has this diminished its character?
Subaru’s rear-drive sports car is better in every regard, although there’s still room for improvement when it comes to the automatic transmission.
The latest pocket rocket to join the Hyundai N family – the i20 N – might just offer the best bang for the buck of the lot.