Back in June, I got the opportunity to test the Jaguar F-type V6s Convertible and I titled the review as “The unforgettable drive” simply because it was an incredible machine that was perfectly balanced, sounded brilliant, drove like a dream and looked stunning.
In my mind, the only car that could beat the F-Type Convertible in its segment would either be the Porsche Cayman GTS or the F-Type itself, but not just any F-Type, the Coupe.
Huge thanks to Jaguar & Weber Shandwick for this amazing weekend ride.
Every once in a while, car brands take on new challenges such as when Lamborghini announced that they’re making an SUV, Porsche making a 4-door sedan, or Nissan creating a supercar and the results have always been varied.
Hyundai took on a new challenge a few years ago by trying to enter the luxury car market to take on the S-Class, 7-Series and A8, and when I got the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the Hyundai Centennial, I was very intrigued!
A special thanks to Hyundai UAE for my luxurious weekend ride.
If there was one thing Nissan could have done to make this this review as wacky as possible, it would have been to deliver the Nissan Juke in the most odd color ever.. Which is exactly what happened, an incredibly yellow Nissan Juke.
When I was first offered the Nissan Juke for review, I wasn’t sure whether it was going to be a good review or not. I certainly had my concerns with the look, but that is subjective. I did a little research and as it turns out, the Juke is a very interesting car! Sorry, SUV!
Special thanks to Nissan Middle East for the wacky weekend ride.
The Nissan X-Trail was first introduced in the early 2000’s and was certainly not a car favored by the general masses; it looked unappealing, the interior was not a nice place to be and its abilities were questionable (especially with front wheel drive). The only thing it had in it’s favor was the price, it was reasonably cheap.
With time, especially in the UAE, the X-Trail became famous for being used as road-side speed camera vehicles but all that is about to change, entirely! Say a big hello to the all new Nissan X-Trail, and boy is there a lot to talk about.
I owned a Second Generation Nissan Pathfinder (last face-lifted model of 2005) and have had it for several years. It was a very good car without a doubt, even cops around here used them. It was good off road, had decent performance on and off road (with manual off road gearbox range selection) while being comfortable, practical and with a decent ride height and driving position. The third generation changed nearly entirely, it had a little less off-road abilities, gained weight and got more practical. I heard there was a new Pathfinder and the moment I saw one I was utterly surprised! I just had to get one for review, so I got in touch with Nissan in Dubai, and they were happy to lend me one for a few days.