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Review: Hyundai Elantra XD (2000 – 2006)

Are you looking for an unpretentious sedan that can get you from point A to point B and has some features? The Hyundai Elantra XD —the official “lottery ticket” car—might be for you.

Review: Mini Cooper R56 (2006 – 2013)

Mini Cooper R56, the car that marks the transition from Mini to BMW. It’s no longer that established fashion accessory; now it tries to play in the big leagues. But is this the right path for the Mini Cooper R56?

Review: Suzuki SX4 JY (2013 – 2021 )

The Suzuki SX4 JY, also known as the Suzuki SX4 Cross, is the official car for 50-year-old folks who want a cheap and good car, by their standards atleast.

Review: Suzuki SX4 GY (2006 – 2014)

The Suzuki SX4 GY is one of the cheapest and most reliable sort of off-road vehicles money can buy. But is this collaboration between Suzuki and Fiat worth buying?

Review: Mini Cooper R53 (2000 – 2006)

The Mini Cooper R53, the first modern Mini launched under BMW’s umbrella, steps into the AlmostCars ring. Why Mini Cooper R53 is very similar to the Astra, you’ll find out in today’s article.

Review: Citroen C4 B7 (2010 – 2020)

The Citroen C4 B7 is no longer a bomb of a car (neither was the previous generation, to be honest), but now it has truly abandoned madness and resorted to being a run-of-the-mill compact. But does that make it more… Continue Reading →

Review: Citroen C3 SC (2009 – 2016)

Certainly, the Citroen C3 SC is light-years ahead of the first C3 in terms of reliability, but can it catch your eye and your money and make you overlook its somewhat shabby reputation like the shack where I’m writing from?

Review: Lexus GS S190 (2005 – 2011)

The Lexus GS S190 truly comes with a new concept, a new hairstyle. Lexus GS S190, one of my favorite cars. Lexus GS S190, one of the cars with an anti-poverty aura.

Review: Citroen C4 Cactus (2014 – 2019)

The French have always been bad with complex cars but very good with simple city cars, and the Citroen C4 Cactus was a punch in everyone’s testicles and set the tone for the new age city cars.

Review: Citroen DS 5 (2011 – 2019)

Honestly, I expected Citroen DS 5 to be the glorious continuation of the Citroen C5, one of the best saloons of recent times. But I was left disappointed and my day is ruined.

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