I went out and checked Suburban weight figures - GVWR is less than 3500 kg, and that is the threshold of needing a truck licence in Europe. So basically even the much stricter European drivers' licence rules let you drive a Suburban on a normal licence. » 11/19/14 7:36am 11/19/14 7:36am

You probably don't even know the type, but i was thoroughly let down by the 2nd gen Nissan Almera. Very unlike any other japanese compact i ever driven, in that it not just felt cheap, but also didn't handle at all, was uncomfortable, and was a miserable thing all in all. Shame. » 10/20/14 6:31pm 10/20/14 6:31pm

What engine does that Sportwagen have? There's a huge Audi engine factory in Hungary, and all VAG products get motors from there, so there's a chance you already have something on this mission. The same factory also builds the TT by the way, so it's not just the CLA, if you want a car. » 10/17/14 2:36am 10/17/14 2:36am

I'm not sure this is anything new, in fact the Passat wagon was called Variant from the very first installment, back in 1974. Ford of Europe called them Turniers, Opel called them Caravans, the French called them Break (5 seat) or Familiale (7-8 seat) and the list goes on. » 10/08/14 5:15pm 10/08/14 5:15pm

You know... i just finished a film for a tech company. The firm started up 5 years ago, and has now grown big enough to warrant a constant flow of university interns, hence the need for the recruiting film we made. The owner-CEO is a family man with four kids, so what does he drive - a Model S of course. He loves that… » 10/08/14 3:37am 10/08/14 3:37am

I like the DS3, period. And I love the DS3 Racing. The DS5 is not my cup of tea, but has French quirkiness by the bucket, as well as being luxurious, so it could work if pitched right. The DS4 i don't like, though as it's almost a CUV, it might see some US buyers getting on-board too. The technology is modern, the… » 10/07/14 12:04pm 10/07/14 12:04pm