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My working week: Paul Healy

by Paul Healy on 29 Nov 2013

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Monday November 11

As always on a Monday the first task of the day is to return the automobile I have been driving for the past few days. Today that's the Volvo V40 Polestar. You likely have not heard of Polestar automobiles as its marketing is not the highest priority for Volvo Ireland, but Polestar is the racing team that runs Volvo's World Touring Automobile Championship (WTCC) entrants and also acts as the in-house tuner for the Swedish brand. In the case of the V40, Polestar spices up the 1.6-litre T4 model by way of an ECU re-flash that gives…

My working week: Dave Humphreys

by Dave Humphreys on 27 Nov 2013

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Monday November 18

This week is shaping up to be slightly quieter than last week, and just as I head out the door to drop back the Volvo V60 I'm met by a Red Bull MINI on my driveway with a rather substantial delivery of fluids that should keep me going for a very long time! Once loaded up I head over to Automotive Team (the folks who make all of our lives run more smoothly on Mondays) and pick up a BMW 518d. The smaller badge number is deceptive, as it is still a 2.0-litre…

My working week: Shane O' Donoghue

by Shane O' Donoghue on 19 Nov 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Shane O' Donoghue

Monday November 11

First job of the day is to drop back last week's test automobile, the run-out edition of Ford's Mondeo hatchback. Though clearly dating, the opportunity to revisit the Mondeo reminded me how good it is to drive. The chassis really is very well developed, managing to be enjoyable and comfortable at the same time, helped no end by feelsome steering. The 1.6-litre TDCi engine isn't the last word in performance and refinement though, and the gearing, no doubt chosen to enhance efficiency, is plain frustrating in an urban setting. Still, without much time cruising it returned an…

Tokyo Motor Show 2013: the preview

by Paul Healy on 19 Nov 2013

changagoidem Features | Tokyo Motor Show 2013: the preview

Citroen

The Far East is an important region for Citroen where it can trade on a 'premium European' tag, so it is no surprise that it will bring two of its latest offerings to Tokyo in the C4 Grand Picasso (the seven-seat one) and DS3 Cabrio. As we have already seen them we are much more interested in the facelifted DS3 with a new nose seemingly inspired by the Wild Rubis concept.

Daihatsu


Daihatsu disappeared from European markets years ago, but it is hoping that its Tokyo Motor Show offerings will rekindle interest in the brand. Though not…

My working week: Dave Humphreys

by Dave Humphreys on 15 Nov 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Dave Humphreys

Monday November 4


Quite a few things happening this week, which kicks off with a spot of automobile swapping logistics. I drop back the Citroen C3, which I must admit has surprised me somewhat. If I'm honest I think it had low expectations, so it was nice to be proved otherwise by a automobile. The driveway is subsequently taken up by a BMW 114d, which could prove to be an interesting automobile.

Tuesday November 5

With a few full-day events happening later this week, I stick to the office today and try to make…

My working week: Neil Briscoe

by Neil Briscoe on 13 Nov 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Neil Briscoe

Monday October 28

It's going to be a full week this week, with two electric automobiles and some work to be done on the family motor, but I'm kicking things off with a bit more style by taking out the Audi S3 for a spin. And when I say spin, well, let's just say that I know a road, a quiet, twisty, bumpy road that is just perfect for unleashing a automobile like this on. Wow, what a machine. So many fast Audis have left me cold down through the years, but the way the S3 goes is just very…






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