Author: Anthony Efrat

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Amazing Mercedes EQC review

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Where the funky, early-adopter BMW i3 wore its EV heart on its sleeve, just as Tesla’s disrupter Model X screams fresh thinking from its crazy doors to its giant iPad interface, Mercedes-Benz’s EQC is an under-the-radar EV revolutionary. Bar some questionable (and, thankfully optional) blue detailing and the lack of […]

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Great Toyota C-HR hybrid review

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The Toyota C-HR signalled Toyota’s… well, not rebirth, as such, but certainly the company’s renewed focus on making regular cars that were more than just appliances. Since then, it’s released the much-improved Corolla and RAV4 as well as shown off its latest Yaris in both standard and GR forms. It’s […]


Porsche Taycan 2020 Review

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Here are the Porsche Taycan 2020 review and it takes longer to correctly pronounce “Porsche Taycan” than it takes to accelerate up to 60 mph less than three seconds. With just a couple options, Porsche Taycan 2020 Turbo costs as much as the Turbo S, which is more powerful. YOLO, […]


Review Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition 2019

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Now we will review Ford Fiesta ST Performance Edition 2019 and as we know that the Ford Fiesta ST is our favorite junior hot hatch, but does the new Performance Edition make the driving experience even better? The Ford Fiesta ST is the best car in its class. But the […]


Peugeot 508 2019 review

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And here is Peugeot 508 2019 review and if You’ve got to love marketing speak. Sometimes it states the bleedin’ obvious, sometimes you simply wonder: what does that actually mean? I’ve been living in (not literally, but it feels like it) Peugeot’s much-vaunted i-Cockpit for some weeks now, and first […]


Review Mercedes-Benz GLE 400d-2019

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Here is the review Mercedes-Benz GLE 400d-2019 and the GLE 400d uses a 2.9-litre straight-six turbodiesel producing 325bhp and a hefty 516lb ft. You can also get a lower-powered (268bhp) version of this engine in the 350d, plus an entry-level four-cylinder in the 300d with 242bhp. Whatever version you choose, […]