• Big winners on the QSi Night of Glory
  • Karhoo crashes after six months after takeover talks collapse
  • Road Test - Volvo S90 D4 Momentum Automatic
  • Finalists announced for Professional Driver QSi Awards
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Customer focus for new Addison Lee appointment

Addison Lee has appointed Tamsin Todd as its new chief customer officer (CCO). Her responsibilities will include all product development, marketing, branding and communications activities.

Features & Roadtests

Big winners on the QSi Night of Glory

Addison Lee, Go Green Taxis and Alpha Executive Cars were the big winners at the 2016 Professional Driver QSi Awards, the only national awards for private hire and chauffeur companies.

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Road Test - Volvo S90 D4 Momentum Automatic

The Volvo S90 replaces the worthy S80, a versatile salon that was perhaps just a shade too small to compete with the sector-leading Mercedes E-Class or its other rivals.

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ROAD TEST - JAGUAR XJL AUTOBIOGRAPHY 3.0 V6

Earlier this year, the Jaguar XJ scored a notable conquest in London, with established operator Crawfords taking 50 of the revised flagship. It was a major coup for Jaguar, which is working hard to challenge Mercedes-Benz’s dominance in the chauffeur sector.

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Road Test - Ford S-MAX 2.0TDCi 150PS Zetec

The third vehicle to derive form the new Ford Mondeo platform is the S-MAX. Overshadowed by the Galaxy as a Private Hire Vehicle, the more family-oriented S-MAX is nonetheless a highly competent people-mover.

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First Drive - Toyota Prius 1.8VVT iHybrid

It’s hard to believe that 20 years have passed since the world took its first glimpse of the Toyota Prius. Within two years, a 1995 Tokyo Show concept would be a production reality, and the hybrid revolution was under way.

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First Drive – Mercedes E220d SE 9G-Tronic

It’s undoubtedly the benchmark car for executive chauffeur work, but the Mercedes-Benz E-Class has recently found itself under threat.

Road test - Volvo XC90 D5 Inscription

Volvo’s advertising rather grandly bills the arrival of its new XC90 SUV as “a new beginning” for the company.