Contract Hire and Leasing News by Phil Huff

Image of Phil Huff
Contributor
Phil Huff is a freelance motoring journalist and editor who has been playing with cars for 25 years, from racing saloon cars to driving secret prototypes, and has driven virtually every road car on sale. When not behind the wheel of a car, he can often be found enjoying new experiences overseas, although that often ends up in the purchase of yet another car...
Review: Ford Mustang Mach-E

Review: Ford Mustang Mach-E

First impressions of the Mustang Mach-E are great. It looks good, is practical enough to please most, promises strong performance, and has a battery range that could get you more than 350 miles down the road.

Read full article
Review: Renault Clio

Review: Renault Clio

Nicole and Papa are long gone and the all-new Renault Clio is now a car that looks and feels more grown up. The overall effect is that the Clio is now better value than ever and better to drive than ever

Read full article
Review: Ford Puma

Review: Ford Puma

Ford has gone to great lengths to banish thoughts of the original Puma from the late '90s. With an equally invigorating ride, and a few unique additions, it's safe to say they've succeeded

Read full article
Review: Kia XCeed

Review: Kia XCeed

The Kia XCeed is a wonderfully positive package, allowing you to take 90% of what makes an SUV desirable, yet still have a normal car that is cheap to run, affordable to lease, and practical for a family.

Read full article
Review: Volkswagen Golf 2020

Review: Volkswagen Golf 2020

With an emphasis on digital, we're happy to report the all-new Volkswagen Golf continues the tradition of being the ultimate family hatchback, with faults so few and far between that you’d barely register they exist.

Read full article
Review: Mini Clubman

Review: Mini Clubman

The Mini Clubman provides a near-perfect balance between modern and retro. It takes what makes a Mini a Mini, adds in some extra practicality, and ends up being just good enough

Read full article
Review: Nissan Juke

Review: Nissan Juke

The Juke sells on style, and style alone. As long as it does the minimum that its owners need it to do, and looks fabulous doing it, then it’ll do very well.

Read full article

Popular Categories