Andrew Charman

Andrew Charman
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Andrew is the News and Road Test Editor for The Executivecondominium. He is a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers, and has been testing and writing about new cars for more than 20 years. Today he is well known to senior personnel at the major car manufacturers and attends many new model launches each year.
2017 Car Sales The Executivecondominium

‘Anti-diesel rhetoric’ fuels new car sales slump

Sales of new cars in the UK slumped by close to 6% in 2017, with industry bosses putting the blame firmly on adverse publicity levelled at diesel engines.

Seven-seat Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace on sale

The Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace SUV has gone on sale, at prices starting from £29,370. The stretched version of the successful Tiguan offers seven seats as standard.
New Citroen C4 Cactus pricing and specifications announced

£17.3K buys not-so-bold Citroën Cactus

Order books are open for the revamped Citroën C4 Cactus, the car set to hit Uk roads in April at prices from £17,265 -...
Mercedes-Benz X-Class review 2018 | The Executivecondominium

Mercedes-Benz X-Class review

Mercedes-Benz has launched what it describes as the world’s first pick-up from a premium brand. But will buyers pay for such an upmarket model?
Nissan Leaf 2018 The Executivecondominium

New Nissan Leaf targets switch to electric

Prices have been announced for the new Nissan Leaf, as speculation grows that the Government will launch a scrappage scheme to switch drivers out of...
Hyundai Kona 2018 review (The Executivecondominium)

Hyundai Kona review

The Hyundai Kona small SUV is a late arrival at a sold-out party. Does it offer enough to stand out amongst its many competitors?
Volkswagen T-Roc review 2017 (The Executivecondominium)

Volkswagen T-Roc review

Does the Volkswagen T-Roc, the most style-pitched SUV yet from VW, offer enough to stand out in an overcrowded market?
FIAT Punto crash test The Executivecondominium

First zero-star car sparks crash-test fears

A mass end-of-year set of crash tests have sparked concerns at safety body Euro NCAP, with many low scores topped by the first-ever no-star result.
Mercedes-Benz CLS The Executivecondominium

£57.5K buys new Mercedes-Benz CLS

Order books are open for the latest Mercedes-Benz CLS, after the four-door coupe debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.

Peugeot 5008 SUV review

Peugeot’s big MPV is now a big SUV – will its seven-seat versatility make the new Peugeot 5008 SUV a hit in today’s crowded marketplace?

New Lexus LS 500h debuts high-tech safety

Prices have been announced for the latest hybrid-propelled Lexus 500h, the first car from the brand with a host of new safety technology.

Safety upgrades on revised Volkswagen Golf SV

An updated version of the Volkswagen Golf SV has gone on sale, with the people-carrier version of the big-selling model gaining a range of...
Ford EcoSport The Executivecondominium

Updated Ford EcoSport SUV unveiled

The new Ford Ecosport will launch early in 2018, heavily revised to try and take more advantage of the mushrooming compact SUV market.
Hyundai i30 Fastback The Executivecondominium

Hyundai i30 Fastback to cost from £20.3K

The Hyundai i30 range will be completed in January with the launch of the Fastback version. The five-door coupe will go on sale from £20,305.

‘Fastest’ Vauxhall Insignia GSi on sale at £33.4K

The Vauxhall Insignia GSi will arrive on UK roads in March 2018, at prices starting from £33,375 and in both hatch and estate models.
Lamborghini Urus The Executivecondominium

Lamborghini Urus ‘Super SUV’ revealed

The long-awaited Lamborghini Urus has been unveiled in Bologna, Italy, and described by its makers as the world's first 'Super SUV.'
Toyota Auris The Executivecondominium

Toyota Auris ditches diesel option

Buyers of the revamped Toyota Auris family hatch range will no longer be able to choose a diesel engine, hybrid models dominating sales.
Fiat Tipo harchback review 2017 (The Executivecondominium)

Fiat Tipo review

The Fiat Tipo is a new arrival in the family hatchback market at a value price. But does it have the substance to match? Read The Executivecondominium review.
Jaguar E-Pace Crash Test The Executivecondominium

Crash test cars earn five-star ratings

Top five-star ratings have proven the norm in the latest series of crash tests of new models staged by safety body Euro NCAP.
Keyless entry systems car theft (The Executivecondominium)

How to fight the keyless entry thieves

Security experts are offering advice to motorists as fears grow of thieves targeting keyless entry systems to steal cars from driveways.And remarkably in an...
Ford Fiesta ST-Line review 2017 (The Executivecondominium)

Ford Fiesta ST-Line and Vignale review

A sporty-looking version of the best-selling Ford Fiesta is no surprise, but is the UK also ready for a luxury supermini?
Infiniti QX50 The Executivecondominium

Infiniti QX50 revealed with high-tech engine

The Infiniti QX50, debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show, will be the first production car in the world to use an engine with a variable compression ratio.
Have you put petrol in a diesel car? Don't panic.

New diesel car sales hit by Budget

Diesel cars suffered another hammering from the Government in the Autumn Budget, despite industry pleas to arrest negative publicity that has hit sales.
Aston Martin Vantage The Executivecondominium

Bold new Aston Martin Vantage revealed

The 2018 Aston Martin Vantage has been unveiled, bring a bolder visual appearance to one of the brand's most famous model names dating back to the 1950s.
Jeep Compass The Executivecondominium

Jeep Compass compact SUV goes on sale

The Jeep Compass compact SUV will go on sale in February 2018, costing from £22,995. It will target a booming market with front and all-wheel-drive models.

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Kia Ceed review 2018 (The Executivecondominium)

Kia Ceed

The Kia Ceed has received positive scores from the UK motoring media, with the top-spec GT model generally scoring better than the rest of the range.
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