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Our Mazda CX-60 in-depth review: 🤍 Watch our latest video: 🤍 Sign up to Carbuyer’s FREE newsletter: 🤍 While many may have been hoping for a new rotary-engined sports car, Mazda’s most powerful model yet comes in the form of a plug-in hybrid SUV to rival the BMW X3. Also available with petrol and diesel engines, the Mazda CX-60 boasts a luxurious interior and a lower price tag than German rivals – plus a little bit of MX-5 in the driving experience. But is this enough to make it competitive? Rich finds out BMW X3 in-depth review: 🤍 Audi Q5 in-depth review: 🤍 Jaguar F-Pace in-depth review: 🤍 Hyundai Tucson in-depth review: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to Carbuyer for new videos every week: 🤍 Follow us: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Subscribe to Auto Express magazine: 🤍 Carbuyer makes car buying simple. We're the only automotive brand that's approved by the Plain English Campaign, delivering you clear, concise and easy to understand information about the things that really matter when you're choosing – and buying – your next car. 🤍 Every week, Carbuyer's YouTube channel brings you simple and entertaining reviews on every major make and model that's available for sale in the UK. Plus, you'll find frequently-updated top 10 features and the occasional group test for good measure. If you want even more helpful information, head over to Carbuyer.co.uk where you'll find in-depth reviews of more than 500 cars, alongside the best buying advice and dozens of features helping you to narrow down your car buying shortlist. 00:00 - Introduction 01:44 - Interior & technology 03:36 - Trim levels & specifications 05:23 - Engines & powertrains 07:03 - Driving impressions 08:59 - Practicality & boot space 10:47 - Dealmakers & dealbreakers 11:37 - Verdict
Meet the new Range Rover Sport! It’s the sportier edition of the world-renowned Range Rover, and Mat’s about to find out if you SUV lovers should go for the sport edition over the standard model. On first impressions, it’s unmistakably a Range Rover, with a whole load of similarities to the standard edition. However, there are a couple of differences that show off that it’s the Sport edition. Around the back, there’s a big roof spoiler (the largest on any Range Rover, no less!), and both the front and rear are a bit more curvaceous than the standard Range Rover. On the inside, the similarities continue, with the same dashboard and infotainment screen design. The centre console is slightly different, but overall it’s unmistakably a Range Rover of some description. The infotainment system is good (if a bit laggy) and you’re treated to a large digital dial display. Some areas of the cabin feel a bit cheaper than the standard Range Rover, but you certainly wouldn’t be disappointed if you were driving this on a daily basis! There are a number of petrol, diesel and hybrid engines to choose from, but the range-topper is a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 that can deliver 530hp! However, the plug-in hybrid isn’t a bad option, with a 3-litre twin-turbo straight-six & electric motor delivering 510hp, along with the option to travel up to 70 miles on electric power alone! The Range Rover Sport starts from £80,000, but is it really worth choosing over competitors such as the Porsche Cayenne or BMW X5? Or more importantly, should you just pay a bit more and go for the standard Range Rover? You’ll have to join Mat and find out for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:42 Design 02:34 Interior 06:09 Back Seats 08:15 Boot 09:34 5 Annoying Things 11:21 5 Cool Things 14:11 Engines 15:31 Town Driving 16:41 Motorway Driving 17:50 Country Road Driving 19:02 0-60mph & Brake Test 20:01 Verdict Mat's Range Rover Sport choice: 🤍 Range Rover review: 🤍 BMW X5 review: 🤍 Porsche Cayenne review: 🤍
Meet the most luxurious, hi-tech cars BMW has ever released - the new BMW 7 Series & BMW i7! Mat’s flown over to America to get his hands on these two luxurious limos to give them a full-blown, proper in-depth review! Let’s start with a look at the design. One thing’s for sure, from the back and the side, there’s no hiding that this is clearly a 7 Series. Sure there have been a few design upgrades over the previous generation, but the side and rear profile are quite clearly in the traditional 7 Series mold. But of course, it’s up top where things get interesting, with an absolutely massive double kidney grille that dominates the front end. Combine this with the split headlight design on either side, and you've got yourself one car that will definitely turn heads! Once you step inside, you are treated to a cabin absolutely full of high-quality materials, including leather & carbon on the dash, soft-touch felt on the roof, and super comfortable cashmere seats. You’ll also find the same swooping infotainment screen as in the new iX. But of course, the main feature of this interior is the huge 31-inch 8K cinema screen in the back! This thing is absolutely insane, and when you combine it with the ability to fully recline the seats in the back, there’s no denying that this is pretty much the best bit of technology we’ve got our hands on in any car… EVER! When it comes to performance, the range-topping BMW i7 60 comes with two electric motors to deliver 544hp and 745Nm of torque. It comes with a 102kWh battery pack that’s good for a claimed range of 388 miles. As for the BMW 7 Series, it comes with a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 that delivers an almost identical 544hp and 750Nm. As for the price, the 7 Series starts at £102,000, while the i7 starts at £108,000. But are they both worth it? You’ll need to stick with Mat to see for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:37 Design 02:21 Interior 05:26 8K Cinema Screen 07:09 Back Seats 08:52 Boot 10:05 5 Annoying Things 13:08 5 Cool Things 16:28 Engines & Motors 17:04 i7 Driving 20:58 0-60mph (i7) 21:27 0-60mph (7 Series) 22:55 Driving Sounds 24:08 7 Series Driving 27:53 Verdict
The all-new 2023 Volkswagen Amarok is here! While it shares a platform with the Ford Ranger, Volkswagen installed a group of engineers within Ford's headquarters to develop the Amarok derivative. Is it any good? Paul Maric finds out! More Volkswagen content: 🤍 More Volkswagen Amarok content: 🤍 Skip Ahead: Intro: 00:00 Exterior: 00:55 Interior: 04:39 Infotainment: 06:22 Safety Tech: 08:39 Practicality: 09:19 On the Road: 12:23 0-100: 17:13 Off-road: 20:24 Verdict: 24:12 We review every new car on the market, bust car myths, cover the latest car tech and answer your burning questions. Whether you need new car advice, purchase validation or simply love learning more about new cars and technology, we are your car experts. Subscribe to Car Expert: 🤍 You'll find us dropping new video content three times a week. If you'd like to ask a question about one of our videos, simply leave us a comment. If you'd like to give us any feedback on our content, feel free to email us, or alternatively, hit us up on social media. Finally, we want this channel to grow with your support and feedback. If there's anything you don't like or would like to see us change, we'd love to hear from you! Follow us on social media to see what we're up to and to ask any questions! CarExpert: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Paul Maric: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
The #NissanZ is back and it makes its glorious return with a new twin-turbo V6 under the hood making 400 HP and 350 lb-ft of torque. The #NissanZProtoSpec will be an even more rare version of the new #Z and it should satisfy a lot of tuners looking for a new Japanese built sports car that won't break the bank. We're also on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
This is the all-new MG4! Mat’s got his hands on this family-friendly EV, and he’s about to see if it can compete with class leaders such as the Volkswagen ID.3 and Cupra Born. For starters, it looks great from the outside! Top-of-the-range models get a smart light bar around the back and a cool roof spoiler. What’s more, they also come with a black roof and blacked-out rear windows. There’s also a super cool front splitter up top, along with some smart daytime running lights. One thing’s for sure, this car looks much more expensive than it actually is! The good news is, the good looks continue on the inside. There are two large separate infotainment and dial screens, and a smart two-spoke steering wheel. You’ll also find good-quality materials throughout the majority of the cabin. The infotainment system is ok, but it does also come with Android Auto & Apple CarPlay as standard. There are two choices of batteries, with the range-topper being 61kWh. This then comes with a range of up to 281 miles, along with a 203hp motor. This car, and the entry-level, are both rear-wheel drive. So what's the price? Well, it starts from just over £26,000! Think it sounds too good to be true? You’ll have to join Mat for this all-new review to see for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:45 Design 02:37 Interior 04:56 Back Seats 06:55 Boot 07:47 5 Annoying Things 09:08 5 Cool Things 10:53 Batteries & Range 11:59 Town Driving 13:27 Motorway Driving 14:32 Country Road Driving 15:54 0-60mph 16:26 Verdict Mat's MG4 Choice: 🤍
This is the all-new Honda Civic! The previous edition of the Civic was one of the most popular & recognisable family cars on the road. The question is, does the all-new edition offer enough to sway you away from a different family hatchback? Well, let’s see what’s on offer. In terms of the design, it’s markedly different to the previous model, with a swooping tailgate around the rear through to an updated front with LED headlights and a new grille. On the inside, you’ll be treated to a simple but well-laid-out dash. There are good quality materials throughout most of the cabin, along with physical dials to make it easy to manage climate controls. The infotainment has also been updated, although it’s pretty middle of the road. Thankfully though, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come as standard! Considering it’s a family hatchback, it’s still not the cheapest. The entry-level edition starts at just under £30,000! But does it offer enough for you to still choose it over the competition? You’ll have to stick with Mat and see for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:32 Design 01:49 Interior 04:38 Back Seats 05:39 Boot 07:20 5 Annoying Things 08:40 5 Cool Things 09:59 Engine 11:11 Town Driving 11:57 Country Road Driving 14:18 0-60mph 15:14 Verdict Mat’s Honda Civic Choice: 🤍
Rory reviews the MG4 - the cheapest, most affordable (proper) electric car on the market today but does it cut huge corners? Looking for your next car? Auto Trader will help make finding your next vehicle easier than ever. Compare expert car reviews and recommendations, and find your perfect car through our official YouTube channel. Auto Trader: 🤍 Check back for the latest new car reviews on everything from SUVs to supercars, plus ✅ the latest car news ✅ top tips and car advice ✅ used and new car guides ✅ best-ofs Subscribe for more from Auto Trader UK: 🤍 Want to be the first to see our new videos? Enable notifications Looking for more inspiration? 🚗 • Auto Trader: 🤍 • Facebook: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • Pinterest: 🤍
The 2023 BMW i7 xDrive60 ($194,200 as specced in Canada, $151,600 in the US) is the fully electric variant of the brand new 7 series lineup. Aiming to be a supremely luxurious and tech’d out experience, the new 7 series is available with a massive 31 inch entertainment screen for the rear passengers. Coupled with the optional Bowers & Wilkins surround sound system, the i7 could be mistaken for a portable movie theater. It also boasts a commendable 536 horsepower and 549 lb ft of torque from a dual motor setup, and has rear-wheel steering to boot. But does the level of luxury and tech match the hefty price tag? And how does it compare to its competition? Thomas and James share their thoughts! We hope you enjoy the episode! Thanks for watching. SUBSCRIBE! EXTRA THROTTLE HOUSE! 🤍 Throttle House Merch! 🤍 Instagram! 🤍 Facebook! 🤍 Post-production by Karston Chong and Thomas Holland Sound by Harrison Dickson and Karston Chong Magical genius logistics and planning by James Engelsman and Gregory DeCaire Music from Epidemicsound.com and Artlist.io #BMW #7Series #Sedan
The 2023 Toyota Crown Platinum ($59,990 in Canada, $52,350 in the US) is the first Crown to be sold on North American shores after a long hiatus that stretches back to the early 70’s. Powered by a hybrid AWD system called HYBRID MAX, the 2.4L turbo Platinum trim Crown is capable of an estimated 340 horsepower and 400 lb ft of torque. But don’t let the respectable power numbers fool you. The Crown aims to provide a comfortable and quiet cabin for its passengers, while also being mindful of fuel efficiency. But does it achieve this goal? And how is it to live with? Thomas and James are excited to dive into this new addition to Toyota’s lineup in North America. We hope you enjoy the episode! Thanks for watching. SUBSCRIBE! Huge thank you to 🤍hktaxitoronto for letting us feature his Crown! EXTRA THROTTLE HOUSE! 🤍 Throttle House Merch! 🤍 Instagram! 🤍 Facebook! 🤍 Post-production by Karston Chong and Thomas Holland Sound by Harrison Dickson and Karston Chong Magical genius logistics and planning by James Engelsman and Gregory DeCaire Music from Epidemicsound.com and Artlist.io #Toyota #Crown #Luxury
Three-row SUVs and crossovers offer families loads of flexibility and space. That’s great, until it’s time to fuel up. The all-wheel drive Toyota Highland Hybrid is rated by the EPA to get 35 miles per gallon in both city and highway driving. Does it? Tom Voelk takes a Bronze Edition model round trip from Seattle, WA to Bend, OR to see if it’s possible (and if it’s comfortable). Get Free Real-World Pricing And Invoice Info! 🤍 SUBSCRIBE HERE ► 🤍 TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS BY CLICKING THE “BELL” BUTTON AFTER SUBSCRIBING! FOLLOW TOM VOELK ON TWITTER ► 🤍 About Tom: Tom Voelk is an award-winning automotive contributor to The New York Times. His podcast was the first to win an Emmy Award (and he's won for photography, editing, producing and reporting). But really, all you need to know is in the videos. 00:00 Intro 1:15 Size 1:48 Third Row 2:15 Powertrain 3:12 Cargo Space 4:16 Driving Dynamics 6:32 Road Trip! 7:22 Comfort 8:08 Fuel Economy 9:13 AWD On Ice 9:47 Interior 11:05 Back Seat 11:44 Why Buy Bronze Edition? 12:33 Red Light Green Light 13:30 Summary 14:41 Epilogue 15:23 Fun Fact Looking for a car that gets good gas mileage? Check out the Toyota Highlander Hybrid! In this video, we'll show you how the Highlander Hybrid bronze edition earns its "highlander" name, by getting up to 35 MPG on the highway. If you're looking for a car that gets good gas mileage, the Toyota Highlander Hybrid is a great option! This hybrid car gets up to 35 MPG on the highway, which is great for drivers who live in big cities or drivers who travel a lot. So if you're looking for a car that gets good gas mileage, be sure to check out the Toyota Highlander Hybrid bronze edition!
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Steve Sutcliffe drives the 2022 FL5 Honda Civic Type R on road and track. Read more at Auto Express: New 2022 FL5 Honda Civic Type R specs and details: 🤍 New 2022 FL5 Honda Civic Type R review: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE for more new car reviews and Steve Sutcliffe track tests: 🤍 Despite the rabid anticipation surrounding the new Honda Civic Type R, and the eye-watering £46,995 price tag Honda has just attached to it, the car itself contains surprisingly few all-new components beside the car it replaces. Yes, it has a new bodyshell that’s 15 per cent stiffer than before (which is a great starting point) but its engine and gearbox are essentially the same as before, as are its steering, brakes and suspension. And yet the overall result is a hot hatchback that once again rewrites the rules when it comes to front-wheel drive dynamics. It is, quite simply, the best hot hatchback there has ever been. In places, by quite some margin. How? Well what Honda has done with the Type R this time is clever, and quite unusual. Rather than spend time and money developing a range of brand-new components, Honda’s engineers have instead evolved what they already knew worked rather well on the existing Type R, fine tuning them to a level that would never have been possible had they started from scratch. On the one hand, you could argue that the budget wouldn’t have allowed them to develop an all-new powertrain in the first place, so they had no option but to work on what they already had. But on the other hand, few manufacturers would have the confidence to allow its engineers to spend four years essentially honing a car that was already in a class of one, but that’s essentially what Honda has done here. Steve Sutcliffe tests the newcomer on road and track in this first drive review. Would you like to receive the latest car news, reviews, features, pictures and videos in your e-mail inbox three times a week? The Auto Express e-mail newsletter delivers exactly that, it's free and it takes seconds to sign up: 🤍 More Auto Express videos: Car reviews playlist: 🤍 Track battle playlist: 🤍 Car news playlist: 🤍 Follow us Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Rory reviews the hotly anticipated ID Buzz on real-world (very wet) UK roads. Is it all it's cracked up to be? Looking for your next car? Auto Trader will help make finding your next vehicle easier than ever. Compare expert car reviews and recommendations, and find your perfect car through our official YouTube channel. Auto Trader: 🤍 Check back for the latest new car reviews on everything from SUVs to supercars, plus ✅ the latest car news ✅ top tips and car advice ✅ used and new car guides ✅ best-ofs Subscribe for more from Auto Trader UK: 🤍 Want to be the first to see our new videos? Enable notifications Looking for more inspiration? 🚗 • Auto Trader: 🤍 • Facebook: 🤍 • Twitter: 🤍 • Instagram: 🤍 • Pinterest: 🤍
The all-new Toyota Innova Hycross is an Innova unlike any before. It makes the radical switch to a monocoque construction and front-wheel drive layout, and it's only on sale with petrol and petrol strong hybrid options. And there's a greater focus on luxury. Gavin D'Souza tells you how it all comes together. Cameraperson: Mritunjay Chakarborty Editor: Mohit Sharma 0:00 - Introduction 0:56 - The big differences 1:36 - Design 2:52 - Boot capacity and spare tyre 3:47 - Interior and quality 5:00 - Front seat 5:18 - Storage spaces 5:45 - Features and safety 7:26 - Second row comfort 10:13 - Third row 12:11 - Driving position 12:41 - Steering 13:14 - Strong hybrid performance 15:51 - Fuel economy 16:12 - Ride comfort 17:36 - ADAS 18:14 - Handling 18:41 - Toyota Innova Hycross price expectation and verdict #Toyota #InnovaHycross #AutocarIndia SUBSCRIBE to Autocar India for the hottest automotive news and the most comprehensive reviews ► 🤍 Autocar India is your one-stop source for test drive reviews & comparison tests of every new car and motorcycle launched in India. We also offer a great mix of other automotive content, including weekly news, motor show reports, travelogues and other special features. Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 New car reviews ►🤍 Comparison tests ►🤍 New bike reviews ►🤍 Features ►🤍 #autocarindia #carreview #2022toyotainnova
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Want to know how to sell your car? 83% of customers get a higher price with carwow - it’s also free and easy! Check us out here: 🤍 ............................................................. This is the Bentley Bacalar! Now don’t expect to see one of these on the road anytime soon. You see, Bentley is only producing 12 of these ultra-rare convertibles, and each one is set to cost £2,000,000!! But is it worth the eye-watering cost? Well, let's start with a look at the design. Even though the Bacalar is based on the Continental GT, it’s got a whole load of new body panels made from either aluminium or carbon fibre! There are a whole load of big vents up front and in the bonnet (don’t worry, they’re all real) and overall it all looks pretty imposing! In fact, the only items carried across from the regular Continental GT are the side mirrors and vents! On the inside, similarities to the regular Continental GT continue, but Bentley has effectively re-trimmed it. As a result, the interior is covered in aluminium, leather and even wool! There are also a few bespoke changes such as a new clock, and new gear shift panels. There are also bespoke Bacalar dials when you turn on the car. Under the bonnet, you’ll find (you guessed it…) the same engine as in the Continental GT Speed - a 6-litre twin-turbo W12 that’s good for 659hp and 900Nm of torque. Either way, no complaints there - what an engine it is! So what do you think - even though it looks this good, is it really worth £2,000,000?! You’ll need to stick with Mat to see for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:41 Design 02:17 Interior 03:23 Back Seats 03:44 Boot 04:03 5 Annoying Things 05:30 5 Good Things 06:44 Engine 08:54 0-60mph 09:07 Driving
The CX-60 is the most powerful, luxurious Mazda ever - and we’ve driven it. Read more at Auto Express: New 2022 Mazda CX-60 plug-in hybrid review: 🤍 New 2022 Mazda CX-60 specs and details: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE for more new car reviews and Steve Sutcliffe track tests: 🤍 The new CX-60 represents Mazda's push to go premium and take on established German brands in the upmarket SUV sector – we're talking Audi, BMW and Mercedes. Plenty of other brands have tried the same trick in the past with mixed results. Lexus, for example, has finally made it work with its latest NX, rising to the top of the class, but for the likes of Infiniti (in Europe at least) the outcome wasn't as successful. But Mazda has engineering heritage and experience on its side, and it's launching the CX-60 with a very 'of-the-moment' powertrain. It's a plug-in hybrid that combines a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and a 17.8kWh battery feeding an electric motor for a total of 323bhp and 500Nm (making it the most powerful road car Mazda has ever built), plus a claimed all-electric range of 39 miles. In some ways, that latter figure is a shame, because just one more mile would see it drop from the 12 per cent Benefit in Kind tax banding to just eight per cent, upping its appeal to company car users. But there's still plenty to like, with the potential for up to 188mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 33g/km, yet still a lively 0-62mph sprint of 5.8 seconds. Given the Japanese brand's ambition to take on premium players, we're trying the top-spec £48,050 Takumi model, which really shows the car off in its best light. Mazda is making much of its Japanese heritage with a 'Crafted in Japan' tag line, and the tactile fabric on the dash – highlighted by some intricate and delightfully precise stitching. Light maple wood trim inlays also help it feel good for the money, combined with the attractive metal detailing and soft leather dotted around the cabin. Can the CX-60 haul Mazda into the premium sector? Nicola Hume finds out in this review. Would you like to receive the latest car news, reviews, features, pictures and videos in your e-mail inbox three times a week? The Auto Express e-mail newsletter delivers exactly that, it's free and it takes seconds to sign up: 🤍 More Auto Express videos: Car reviews playlist: 🤍 Track battle playlist: 🤍 Car news playlist: 🤍 Follow us Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
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Meet the new BMW X1! It’s the entry-level SUV in BMW’s line-up, and Mat’s about to find out if it’s the must-have choice compared to other premium small SUVs. For starters, this may be the smallest BMW SUV around, but it’s seemingly grown in size compared to the previous edition. If anything, it looks more like an X3! There have been a number of other design changes too, from a bigger grille up front and a redesigned front and rear bumper. There are a number of other, smaller touches as well, including flush door handles on either side. Step inside and just like any BMW, you’re treated to a high-quality interior. There are good quality, soft-touch materials across the dash and the top of the doors, and the centre console is comfortable and well laid out. There’s lots of storage to be found throughout the cabin, and the infotainment screen & digital dials are pretty smart, too. Overall it’s a pretty good experience in the X1, although there are some annoying bits of plastic to be found on the steering wheel! There are a couple of petrol and diesel engines to choose from, with the range-topper currently a 2-litre turbo petrol that can deliver 218hp. However, there’s more choice coming in the future, including two plug-in hybrids as well as an all-electric edition, the iX1! The BMW X1 starts from around £34,000 for the entry-level, but is it worth it? Stick with Mat and see for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:33 Design 02:08 Interior 04:35 Back Seats 06:46 Boot 07:53 5 Annoying Things 10:07 5 Good Things 12:12 Engines 12:56 Town Driving 14:11 Motorway Driving 14:59 Country Road Driving 15:56 0-60mph 16:20 Verdict
This is the New Rolls Royce Phantom! I got to drive it around Germany and France for a few days and discover its coolest features. When you step inside and close the doors, it's the world's quietest car. It's also in the running for the most lux car in the world too. Thanks for watching fam xo Alex New Merchandise dropping this month on 🤍 Follow me on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
This is the Audi car of the future called the Audi Skysphere and I am the first person in the World to drive one! The futuristic car has a moving steering wheel, fully autonomous driving and looks incredible. Is this the coolest Audi in the world? Is this the coolest car in the world? This concept car joins the Audi Grand Sphere in a sustainable, elegant and futuristic approach to the car world. Thanks 🤍audi You can follow Supercar Blondie on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #Audi #AudiSkysphereConcept #concept #emobility #FutureIsAnAttitude
Want to know how to sell your car? 83% of customers get a higher price with carwow - it’s also free and easy! Check us out here: 🤍 ............................................................. This is the all-new Toyota BZ4X! It’s Toyota’s first purpose-built electric car, and Mat’s on hand to find out whether it has what it takes to compete with class leaders such as the VW ID.4, Audi Q4 e-tron & Kia EV6! So let’s take a closer look. For starters, the BZ4X looks pretty stylish at first, with a sloping roof and full-length light bar at the back, through to some pretty smart chrome panelling at the front. However, on closer inspection, there’s quite a bit of plastic cladding across the car, including the rear bumper and around the wheel arches - not what you’d normally expect from a top-of-the-range model! Thankfully, the interior is pretty impressive. The model we have here has a large infotainment screen up front, and the cabin generally has a bit of a futuristic feel to it. You can get the BZ4X as either a front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Both models come with a 71kWh battery pack, while the largest claimed range you can achieve is in the front-wheel-drive edition, at 317 miles. In terms of power, the four-wheel-drive model has the upper hand, at 218hp. The starting price of this all-new Toyota is £42,000. But do you think it could sway you away from other more established class leaders? You’ll have to stick with Mat and see for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:48 Exterior Design 02:00 Interior 04:01 Back Seats 05:39 Boot 06:49 5 Annoying Things 08:25 5 Good Things 10:04 Charging & Batteries 11:07 Driving 13:49 0-60mph & Brake Test 14:44 Verdict Audi Q4 e-tron review: 🤍 Volkswagen ID.4 review: 🤍 ............................................................. If you want to know how to sell a car or how to buy a car you’ve come to the right place! We’re here to help you sell a car, buy a used car or buy a new car! Oh… and, if you’ve ever wondered ‘how much is my car worth?’ - we can help with that too, as we know how to value a car and we’ll always give you the best car valuation!’ We’re also easy and free! Find out more here: 🤍 Instagram – 🤍 Tiktok - 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Twitter – 🤍 Sign Up to our Newsletter – 🤍 Oder auch in Deutschland Geld beim Autokauf sparen – 🤍 Visita nuestra página web para saber cuánto te puedes ahorrar en tu nuevo coche – 🤍
The 2023 BMW M4 CSL ($166,500 starting in Canada, $140,895 starting in the US) is both exclusive and expensive - meaning expectations are high. Limited to only 1000 units, and with a price tag that lands you in some pretty serious waters among competitors, this ultra-lightweight, beefed-up, track-focused M4 aims to stand out from the crowd and honour the legendary CSL nameplate. It has 40 more horsepower and weighs 239 lb less than the current generation M4 Competition. It also has a stiffer chassis and no rear seats for extra weight savings. But does it live up to its mighty price tag? Thomas and James determine if this is a true CSL and one of the BMW greats or simply an overpriced sports sedan with a flashy persona. We hope you enjoy the episode. Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE! EXTRA THROTTLE HOUSE! 🤍 Throttle House Merch! 🤍 Instagram! 🤍 Facebook! 🤍 Post-production by Karston Chong and Thomas Holland Sound by Harrison Dickson and Karston Chong Magical genius logistics and planning by James Engelsman and Gregory DeCaire Music from Epidemicsound.com and Artlist.io #BMW #M4 #CSL
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Go to 🤍 for 15% off your order! Brought to you by Raycon Check out the 2021 Polestar 2! This week on Regular Car Reviews, we review the challenger to the Tesla Model 3, a car with the potential to change what we think of when we think about electric cars. But can the Polestar 2 overcome its low profile and unusual shortcomings to become the next big name in the electric vehicle sector? Or are its faults too much to overcome? Join us for an in-depth review of the 2021 Polestar 2. In this video, we review the 2021 Polestar 2, and explore why electric vehicles have a bad reputation, and whether or not that reputation has been earned. Electric cars are controversial in the auto industry. But does anyone TRULY hate electric vehicles? If so, why? And can the Polestar 2 change the way we talk about EVs in 2022 and beyond? Stick around for the latest Regular Car Reviews to find out. Submit your car to be reviewed, sign up for exclusive content and enjoy more RCR brilliance here: 🤍 New 2nd channel "Regular and Roman" 🤍
Want to know how to sell your car? 83% of customers get a higher price with carwow - it’s also free and easy! Check us out here: 🤍 ............................................................. It’s time to get Mat’s in-depth review of the new Genesis GV70! What’s Genesis? In much the same way that Lexus is a premium, up-market version of Toyota, Genesis is a premium, up-market offering from Hyundai. The latest car from this relatively new brand is this GV70 SUV. It’s an alternative to the likes of the many German SUVs you’ll see (almost without fail) on your morning commute or school run, including the Audi Q54, the BMW X3 and the Mercedes GLC. You won’t mistake the GV70 for any of those cars, though. It looks completely different from every angle thanks to plenty of Genesis’ signature design details including stacked two-piece headlights and tail lights, a broad, angular front grille and a steeply raked window pillar at the side. Things get even more eye-catching inside. Genesis has really pushed the boat out for the GV70’s interior and you’ll find loads of posh-looking trims and plenty of plush materials. It’s just a shame that unlike in most premium SUVs, you still need a cable to connect your phone to the otherwise decent infotainment system. Another area where the GV70 differs from its alternatives is when you come to pick the engine you want. Unusually, you can choose from petrol, diesel AND electric options. The last of which Genesis claims will return up to 282 miles according to the combined WLTP test. So, how does this new Genesis SUV stack up against better-known and much-loved alternatives from BMW, Audi and Mercedes? Watch this review to find out… ............................................................. Instagram – 🤍 Tiktok - 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Twitter – 🤍 Sign Up to our Newsletter – 🤍 Oder auch in Deutschland Geld beim Autokauf sparen – 🤍 Visita nuestra página web para saber cuánto te puedes ahorrar en tu nuevo coche – 🤍
Want to know how to sell your car? 83% of customers get a higher price with carwow - it’s also free and easy! Check us out here: 🤍 ............................................................. Shout-out to Yianni for lending us his Range Rover! 🤍Yianni Here it is, our review of the all-new Range Rover! The Range Rover has always been seen as pretty much the pinnacle of British SUV craftsmanship (no offence, Bentley Bentayga…), but the question is, does the latest generation live up to the quality of the last iteration? Well, it’s time to find out! Mat’s joined forces with Yianni to put the new Range through its paces. In terms of cost, it starts from around £99,000, jumping all the way up to £180,000 - so what do you get for your money? Well starting with the design, it’s so much smoother and sleeker than before. From the front through to the back, this is one SUV that’s done away with the creases and curves, but one which thankfully remains unmistakably a Range Rover! Around the back, you’ll find hidden lights which are integrated into the car, along with flush door handles on either side and an all-new grille design up front. The quality continues on the inside, too. Sure, it’s maybe not as luxurious as a Bentayga, but it’s still built to a high quality! The chairs are super comfy, and there is a whole load of storage to be found throughout the cabin. You get a big infotainment screen up front coupled with some physical climate control buttons, and of course, it comes with a digital dial display. In terms of engines, there are a number of petrol and diesel options to choose from, with the range-topper being a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 that can deliver 530hp! So what do you think? It doesn’t come cheap, but has the new Range Rover reclaimed its SUV crown? You’ll have to stick with Mat and Yianni to see for yourself! Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:28 Design 02:43 Interior 05:43 Boot 07:00 5 Annoying Things 08:36 5 Good Things 10:00 Engines 10:35 Town Driving 13:55 Turning Circle 15:17 Back Seats 16:13 Motorway Driving 17:36 Country Road Driving 20:07 0-60mph 21:27 Brake Test 21:53 Verdict Mercedes GLS review: 🤍 ............................................................. Instagram – 🤍 Tiktok - 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Twitter – 🤍 Sign Up to our Newsletter – 🤍 Oder auch in Deutschland Geld beim Autokauf sparen – 🤍 Visita nuestra página web para saber cuánto te puedes ahorrar en tu nuevo coche – 🤍
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$3M Lamborghini Centenario Roadster - Car Review, Lamborghini Centenario When the Lamborghini Centenario roadster made its debut at the Geneva Auto Show as a homage to Ferruccio Lamborghini's 100th birthday, it eclipsed all available models. Moreover, the 20-unit manufacturing run was completely consumed before the car's show. It was displayed to potential customers as a 3D hologram during Monterey Car Week in 2015, and it definitely drew buyers' interest. So, what's special about this car? And how different is it from other Lamborghini models? In today's video we look at $3M Lamborghini Centenario Roadster - Car Review...Keep watching to see the $3M Lamborghini Centenario Roadster - Car Review. Inspired by Lamborghini VENENO, Lamborghini CENTENARIO, SIAN, Koenigsegg Regera, Bugatti Chiron, Pagani Huayra Inspired by The Lamborghini You Didn't Know Existed | Centenario Inspired by Bugatti Chiron Super Sport, Lamborghini Centenario, SIAN, Apollo IE, Koenigsegg Regera ASGER Inspired by Super selten! | 770PS Lamborghini Centenario 🔥 Inspired by 《現場直擊》Lamborghini Sián + Centenario超罕限量版公諸同好 Inspired by The BEAST has arrived, the $5Million Lamborghini CENTENARIO ROADSTER! Inspired by The World's FIRST Lamborghini Centenario Roadster - $2.75 Million Inspired by $5MILLION Lamborghini Centenario Roadster CAUSES CHAOS in London! Subscribe for the latest news on luxury cars, and exotic cars. inspired by RoCars, Doug DeMuro and Supercar Blondie On Exotic Cars we will go through the latest car review, whether it be a luxury car or a special ev autocar. Stay tuned for the latest cars and fully charged videos. We will also take a look at the most latest billionaire lifestyle and their amazing luxury cars they own. Whether your favourite supercar is the Rolls-Royce Phantom, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Bentley Flying Spur, Mercedes-Maybach S-Class, Bentley Mulsanne, Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Range Rover SV Autobiography, Porsche Panamera, Tesla, Range Rover SVR, Bugatti la voiture noire or Bugatti centodieci - we will be sure to review them all. Also check out this video…. 🤍 Click here to subscribe: 🤍 Click here to subscribe: 🤍 Thumbnail created with Canva: click the link to register: 🤍 #lamborghini #supercars #luxurycars #electricvehicle #carreview
#Toyota #Hybrid #CarReview The 2023 Toyota Camry Hybrid is comfortable and simple. Not only is it a great commuter car, but it could also work as a second car for a family — although it’s a bit tight for a family of five. This mid-size hybrid sedan has a starting price of $31,550, which is a bit lower than the base model of the competing Honda Accord Hybrid. This is the mid-level trim called the SE that starts at $34,830, but the Nightshade upgrade is an additional $2,340 and includes black mirror caps and black badging. It all looks sleek if you choose with the black paint option, but the white paint on this tester really makes those black accents pop. The bronze alloy wheels are a nice touch, and really grabbed my attention when I first saw it. Full review on Driving.ca: 🤍 Have you driven or cross-shopped the Toyota Camry? Let us know what you thought of it in the comments below! For Toyota Camry reviews, pricing, photos, news and specs: 🤍 _ Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to our channel to keep you in the loop on all things automotive, whether it's breaking news, a new review or the latest hard-hitting column — by our roster of trusted, talented and award-winning automotive journalists. For more Car Reviews: 🤍 For more Car News: 🤍 For Canadian Car Pricing, Vehicle Specs, Expert Reviews, Models Compare Tool and more: 🤍 _ Would you like to subscribe to our Blind-Spot Monitor NEWSLETTERS to catch up on all the top automotive stories of the week. Delivered on Wednesdays and Saturdays. It's free and it takes seconds to sign up. Sign Up Now: 🤍 FOLLOW US Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 ABOUT DRIVING.CA Driving.ca is the leading online destination for the latest car news and all things automotive related for Canadians. Driving’s team of award-winning auto journalists publishes original, fresh and breaking content about cars, SUVs, pickup trucks, electric vehicles and more, and is enjoyed by almost 2 million Canadians every week in print, online, on smartphones and tablets. Whether you’re a shopper researching your next vehicle, or someone who loves cars, Driving is your source for everything automotive. For general advertising inquiries, contact us via email at advertising🤍driving.ca. #automotivereview #2023models #sedan #commutercar
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Searching for the perfect i30? Click this link to explore options and talk through your requirements with one of OSV’s vehicle experts 🤍 Meet the Hyundai i30 N! When the Hyundai i30 N was first released in 2018 it turned out to be a surprising success, delivering impressive performance and handling at a decent price point for a hot hatch. But it wasn’t perfect. For 2020 Hyundai took the consumer feedback on board and slightly tweaked the car’s suspension, enabling it to tackle British roads with greater composure. And now a facelifted model has been introduced offering sharper looks, smarter technology and automatic transmission for the first time. So does the new i30 N meet the hot hatch brief by effectively balancing performance with practicality? And how does it stack up against rivals like the Ford Focus ST, Volkswagen Golf GTI, Honda Civic Type R and more? Let’s find out! 🚘 Subscribe for more car reviews and automotive content: 🤍 📩 Sign Up to our Newsletter for the hottest special offers: 🤍 ⏳ TIMESTAMPS ⏳ 00:00 Introduction 00:35 Overview 01:45 Design 04:44 Practicality & Boot Space 07:59 Driving 17:47 Interior 24:52 Trim Levels 26:06 Conclusion CAR REVIEW PLAYLISTS ► New Car Reviews: 🤍 ► SUV & 4X4 Reviews: 🤍 ► Family Car Reviews: 🤍 ► Electric & Hybrid Reviews: 🤍 ► Highlight Car Reviews: 🤍 ► Behind the Wheel: 🤍 ► Hatchback Reviews: 🤍 ► Short Car Reviews: 🤍 ► Saloon Reviews: 🤍 ► City Car Reviews: 🤍 ► Estate Car Reviews: 🤍 ► Sports Car and Coupe Reviews: 🤍 ► Van Reviews: 🤍 ► MPV Reviews: 🤍 ► Business Car Reviews: 🤍 FOLLOW OSV ON Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍
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