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BMW is back on top form with its M division, and you could argue that it all stems from the brilliant M2, which you can now buy for the price of a hot hatchback
Mazda’s hot hatch of the late 2000s is cheap to buy, stupidly quick, reliable and easy to tune. Here’s what you need to know before buying one
With the current Golf R having been bumped back to 296bhp, well within a light remap's distance of the original MkVI version, now's the time to grab a bargain
There are plenty of engine swap projects that can afford to go extreme, but the results can be cars you wouldn't want to drive too often - but this gorgeous BMW 2002 is different
With an extra axle and a load bay big enough to hold a mattress, this one-off modified Suzuki Jimny is an oddball we can't get enough of
With the S60 Polestar Engineered now here and a similarly tweaked V60 version on the way, we thought we’d dig an appropriate used alternative out of the classifieds
Plenty of GT86 owners fettle their cars for a little more power, and this is one of those, with over £9000 spent on tuning parts to raise its output to a cheeky 300bhp - while keeping the standard look
Need a cheap-to-buy, cheap-to-run daily but don't want something boring and generic? Here are our picks!
Peugeot was given a kicking in the early 2010s over its products' ability to alienate anyone who likes cars, but that's changing fast - so we've looked back almost 20 years to the last time we wanted a Peugeot just for its style...
Boasting a truly impressive attention to aesthetic detail, apart from the fact that it's not a convertible, this pristine modified Supra could let you live your movie dreams
We all know how rare twin-turbo, manual-shifting Toyota Supras are, especially from the prettier A80 generation, and prices are now in dream territory
Covered in three decades’ worth of dust, this otherwise factory-fresh time-warp example of a Buick Grand National has just sold for around four times its new price
The previous-generation Type R has been kicking around long enough for the early stages of depreciation to take hold...