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Review: Skoda Kodiaq NS7 ( 2016 – 2023 )

A 50,000 pounds Skoda? Are you serious? Serious and hilarious, because the Skoda Kodiaq NS7 might just be worth the money. 

Review: Skoda Karoq NU7 ( 2017 – present )

Perhaps Skoda isn’t buried 6 feet underground, but it’s got to be at atleast 5 feet. And it’s mainly kept alive by the Skoda Karoq NU7. Their current best-selling car.

Review: Seat Exeo (2009 – 2013)

Bruce Lee once said “I’m not afraid of the car manufacturer that launches 10,000 different cars. I’m afraid of the car manufacturer that launches the same car 10,000 times.” Seat Exeo, a repurposed Audi A4 B7. Seat Exeo, a brilliant… Continue Reading →

Review: Seat Toledo KG (2012 – 2019)

End of the line for Seat Toledo KG or back to roots? After so many experiments, Toledo is currently retired in a corner, and it’s unlikely we’ll see it miraculous and acrobatic return.

Review: Seat Ibiza 6F (2017 – present)

The Seat Ibiza 6F is the best car in the low-medium range of the VAG group that no one knows about. So get ready to be amazed when the plate spins.

Review: Seat Ibiza 6J (2008 – 2017)

The Seat Ibiza 6J, a Van Gogh in a Picasso world. The Seat Ibiza 6J, is a liquid car in a solid world. Why I like this supermini, find out in today’s article.

Review: Seat Ibiza 6L (2002 – 2008)

Are you looking for a Skoda Fabia but the looks are just too dull? Seat Ibiza 6L? Are you searching for a Polo 9N GTI but can’t find one? Seat Ibiza 6L. However, is it worth buying one?

Review: Seat Arona KJ7 (2017 – present)

More expensive than a Duster and Kia Stonic but cheaper than a T-Cross. Seat Arona KJ7, a car that should be affordable even for the youngest among us, and it almost succeeded, just like my scheme of having a threesome… Continue Reading →

Review: Seat Toledo 5P (2004 – 2009)

We continue the series of experiments because, anyhow, we have a car that almost nobody buys, so let’s make something entirely different from Seat Toledo 5P compared to what we’ve seen so far.

Review: Seat Toledo 1M (1998 – 2004)

I could say that the Seat Toledo 1M is a Leon with an extended buttcrack, and with this thorough conclusion I could close up shop and easily head out for a few pints until I forget about this dreary existence… Continue Reading →

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