David Thomson takes Renault’s Megane RS Trophy 300 hot hatch for a drive and returns impressed.
What’s new?In the arena of high-performance front-drive hot hatchbacks, there’s nothing hotter right no;
There’s a new entry-level crossover model in Renault’s New Zealand range. David Thomson tries it for size.
What’s new?Lauded in Europe for the cheap, cheerful but reliable motoring it provides, the D;
Cooke Howlison managing director John Marsh (left) and Mike’s Cars owner Mike Wellington shake hands. Photo: Gregor Richardson
Isuzu utes and Renault cars will from October no longer be found in what has been their familiar home dealership;