TEST DRIVES

We test and review cars with one thing in mind: telling like it is. Our experienced team strives to be honest in its car reviews and help you find that perfect car you’re searching for.
https://cdn.drivemag.net/images/icons/interface-icons.svg
https://cdn.drivemag.net/images/icons/interface-icons.svg
Citroen C4 Cactus review 9
SCORE
79 / 100
By calling itself a 'hatchback', the C4 Cactus proves it's not afraid of challenges; and not just any challenge, but one of the toughest
By Andrei Stirbu |
2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet review 43
SCORE
90 / 100
Porsche 911s keep on breaking records and live up to their names. But what about the least powerful 911? Is it a proper sports car, or just an...
By Andrei Stirbu |
DNI03277-Edit
SCORE
85 / 100
It's BMW's latest midsize SAC
By Andrei Nedelea |
2018 BMW 3 Series 320i 10
SCORE
93 / 100
Driving the 2018 3 Series is like a Drake video: you try to find something missing, and it's just impossible
By Adrian Mihaltianu |
2018-Audi-A7-Sportback-50-TDI-quattro-0
SCORE
84 / 100
The second-generation A7 proves you can have a practical luxury car without sacrificing styling
By Dan Mihalascu |
2018-Renault-Megane-Estate-GT-0
SCORE
80 / 100
As it turns out, you can drive your family around in a non-boring and rather affordable way
By Dan Mihalascu |
DNI01997
SCORE
88 / 100
Smooth, sculptural and seriously swift
By Andrei Nedelea |
2018 vw t-roc review front
SCORE
79 / 100
With the new T-Roc, Volkswagen is turning its attention towards the younger clientele. But can it convince this customer pool?
By Tudor Rus |
volvo-xc40-review-23
SCORE
86 / 100
Volvo's smallest SUV is packed with character and talent
By Andrei Nedelea |
2018 kia stonic review 3
SCORE
76 / 100
Kia's Stonic needs all the luck it can get to perform in Europe's B-SUV segment
By Tudor Rus |
bmw x2 xdrive25d review 36
SCORE
88 / 100
Completing the X suite, the new BMW X2 is also one of the most capable vehicles Bavaria has to offer, sales-wise. This young superstar is ready to cash
By Andrei Stirbu |
2018-Opel-Insignia-Grand-Sport-2.0-CDTI-AWD-Dynamic-0
SCORE
83 / 100
Specced properly, the Opel Insignia Grand Sport can make a compelling alternative to a premium family car
By Dan Mihalascu |
By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read more.
I Agree

Read our policy about the usage of your personal data. We might use these data for serving you more relevant personalized ads. Do you agree?
Yes
No
You can change your mind anytime in the Privacy Policy page.