The two BMWs secured a 5-star rating, while Peugeot’s 208 and Jeep’s Cherokee missed out on a max score.
Aside from great design, the e-Legend also boasts a 456 HP electric powertrain and Level 4 autonomy .
The stylish French saloon was once again put to the test, revealing its ups and downs.
It’s more practical than an SUV and way cheaper, but market trends mean that customers lose out on a good car.
The 205 GTi is not flawless, but it remains one of the most fun to drive hatches ever built.
The French designers have managed to recreate the iconic 504’s styling into an edgy, 21st-century design.
The new Peugeot 508 SW is only available in ten European markets, priced from €33,600 in France.
The 208 T16 Pikes Peak pumps out 875 hp and hits 62 mph in a scarcely believable 1.8 seconds.
Let’s see if Peugeot’s sexy 508 can lure you away from a Passat or Mondeo.
The new 508 sports great design, but compared to the competition, it’s not as well-rounded as it should.
The 1.6-liter, 222 HP version of the elegant French saloon goes all out in one of the few places it can.
Like its 3008 and 5008 siblings, the all-new Peugeot 508 is an extremely well-rounded product.