+ Top – New Nissan Qashqai is an electric car, but slightly different …
How deceiving is the time? We feel that the Nissan Qashqai has been on the Dutch market for an eternity. But since 2007, there have only been two generations of the popular crossover. This is the third, hitting a tougher competitive field now than it was 14 years ago. Does the new Nissan Qashqai have enough to be a monster success again?
+ Top – New Porsche 911 GT3 is 17 seconds (!) Faster on the Nordschleife
What good is it to you as a consumer that the Porsche 911 GT3 is so fast on the Nordschleife? Basically nothing, but the 911 GT3 is a car that wealthy enthusiasts buy to go wild on the track. It is the hardcore lightweight version of the Porsche 911. And it can even be ordered with a roll cage in the back …
+ Top – Jaguar Land Rover makes a radical decision: Jaguar becomes fully electric
Jaguar has announced its new future strategy: Reimagine. In short, it means that the British car group is going to focus strongly on electrification; the Jaguar brand will even become fully electric from 2025. Is that positive? Yes, as far as we are concerned. Because maybe this approach is necessary to finally pull Jaguar out of the misery after years of toil.
– Flop – Do you want a reliable car? Don’t buy a Tesla, Jaguar, Alfa Romeo or Land Rover!
Beautiful February Tradition: The American JD Power Reliability Study. Are the Japanese brands at the top again? The answer is partly ‘yes’, because Porsche and Kia are ruining the Japanese get-together in place two and three. And which manufacturers are at the bottom? Are those the usual suspects?
– Flop – This is the most dangerous stretch of highway in the Netherlands!
The Dutch road network is relatively safe, so we have to nuance the words ‘most dangerous stretch of highway’. But there is one stretch of motorway in the Netherlands (1 kilometer) where most accidents happen. And that is the A7 at the Zaandam junction.
– Flop – The Honda HR-V could have been a car of any other make
Honda is going the wrong way with the HR-V. The first generation Honda HR-V from 1998 is a design icon, the second from 2013 a handsome, quite distinctive car, and this third… well… a meaningless SUV that could have been any other brand.
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