Haymarket publishes a number of consumer magazines, all for sale by retail, and also a number of websites. The portfolio includes Autosport, Autocar, CAT, Classic & Sports Car, F1 Racing, FourFourTwo, MotorSport News, PistonHeads, Practical Caravan, Practical Motorhome, PC Authority, Racer, Stuff, What Car? and What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision.
Practical Caravan May 2017£4.20
In this issue:
France without the crowds! Explore the Gallic isle that’s a touring paradise all year round
Lightweight luxury: Xplore’s bargain fixed-bed 554
DIY project: how to boost your car’s rear suspension
Tow car test: mighty Volvo V90 takes on Merc and BMW
Budget great Caravelair’s family-friendly 476 on test
What Car? April 2017£4.99
In this issue:
SUV Special – options for every budget
All-new Range Rover Velar – PLUS new Audi Q5 and Mini Countryman
Everything you need to know about the Evoque’s big brother
Deals: Save an average of £2408 on your next car
New Volkswagen Golf – first drive and reader verdict
The ultimate family car: New Land Rover discovery
NEW BMW 5 Series touring: even better than the saloon?
Practical Motorhome May 2017£4.20
You can’t afford to miss our latest issue as we reveal the best British campsites and the top used motorhomes and dealers – don’t settle for anything less
Get set for 2017 with your free copy of our brand-new Top 100 Sites Guide!
These are the best campsites in the UK right now as voted for by you. Make this your go-to guide when planning holidays in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, to help you make the most of every trip.
We’ve even listed our top 10 sites for motorhomes on page 112. Discover your new favourite site today when you pick up your free guide, only with the May 2017 issue of Practical Motorhome
What are the best used motorhomes?
And here’s another reason not to miss our latest issue – it features part two of our 2017 Owner Satisfaction Awards results.
And this time we are focusing on used motorhomes bought since January 2013. Grab our latest magazine for six pages of in-depth analysis of our results, including the best- and worst-performing manufacturers, dealers and base vehicles.
In short, if you’re looking at the used motorhomes for sale pages considering your next purchase, don’t part with any money before reading this!
Fancy a French-bed for less?
If you’ve now got an appetite for buying a pre-owned ’van, turn to page 114 of our May 2017 issue where Nick Harding throws the spotlight on three secondhand models, all with French-bed layouts.
Or how about a used Hymer motorhome? Check out our guide to buying a 1986-1995 Hymer B500 series on pages 120 and 121.
And for something completely different, read how one enthusiastic motorcaravanner turned a former police van into a camper van perfect for his kayaking holidays!
Terrific two-berth temptations
Of course, we’ve also got a trio of new motorhome reviews in our brand-new magazine.
We start with the La Strada Regent L, as the German brand returns to the UK with Webbs Motor Caravans.
Also take a look at the Elddis Accordo 120. This two-berth coachbuilt with a generous end lounge, a sub-6m length and a price that just slips under the £40,000 mark could be an appealing option for couples.
And then there’s an impressive, end-washroom Frankia. This two-berth A-class is a very luxurious prospect for touring twosomes, packed with style and clever features. See it in our May magazine.
Head to the Highlands!
Last, but by no means least, you can always count on Practical Motorhome for some holiday inspiration. Follow Anne and David Dean as they visit Scotland’s Black Isle peninsula for a 12-day tour.
Or see what Chrissie and Geoff Crowther discovered as they walked in the footsteps of St Cuthbert, travelling between Melrose and Lindisfarne.
But if ‘getting away from it all’ isn’t what you want, we’ve also hand-picked 10 top sites for visiting some of the UK’s best-loved towns and cities. Featuring Bath, York, Edinburgh, Colchester and more, turn to page 44 and start planning your next trip!
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision April 2017£4.99
With 4K TVs, 4K Blu-ray players, HLG images, turntables, speakers and soundbars all reviewed, the latest edition of What Hi-Fi? will ensure you’re no April Fool when buying your hi-fi or home cinema kit.
Spring has almost sprung; and as nature breathes new life into flora and fauna, you should take the opportunity to do the same to your hi-fi and home cinema kit – guided, of course, by the April issue of What Hi-Fi?
4K is the future, and was a focus for Samsung, Sony, Philips, Panasonic and LG at CES 2017. This year’s flagship televisions are all taking advantage of the pixel-packed technology, and if you want to stay ahead of the game when these products hit the stores, then our in-depth investigation is required reading.
Classic & Sports Car April 2017£4.90
The brand-new April issue of Classic & Sports Car is now on the shelves, and it’s stuffed with incredible content. Here’s our roundup of this month’s must-rear features, including the sublime Ferrari Lusso and a trio of young pretenders: the best hot hatches from the turn of the millennium.
8. MG SV
One of the most exciting and powerful MGs ever produced first broke cover at the Frankfurt Show in 2001. Mike Taylor delves into the history of the fascinating X Power SV, in the process reuniting designer Peter Stevens and production engineer Ian Moreton with the wild V8-powered GT 15 years on.
7. SS2 Sports
The SS2 grew out of Swallow Sidecars and into Jaguar, but it was never a product of either. Just a handful of examples are thought to remain, including Bernard Rice’s stunning show car. Discover the complete history of the model, plus a story of perseverance and dedication lasting for decades that took Rice’s car from languishing in a lockup to the show fields of Essex.
6. Ford vs Singer
If you were in the market for a practical estate car in the early 1960s, chances are you would be swayed by either the Singer Vogue or Ford Consul Cortina Super. Both share styling cues from across the Atlantic, but is it the finned Singer or plastic-clad Cortina that more draws you in? Andrew Roberts discusses the pros and cons with owners Steve Brown and David Angel.
5. The lost Nürburgring portfolio
In 1958, a tourist took a series of magical photographs at the 1958 German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring before putting them away for 58 years. We’ve published the highlights of that collection, while Simon Taylor tells the story of the intrepid photographer alongside that of the tragic race.
4. Hot hatch heroes
Renault, Honda and Ford tore up the front-drive rulebook at the turn of the millennium with three incredible tin-tops that embodied the spirit of early pioneers like the 205 and Golf GTIs. We pit Renault Sport Clio 182 Trophy against Honda Civic Type R and Ford Focus RS to determine which makes the best case for joining your fleet. Make no mistake: the time to buy is now.
3. The beast of Anaheim
The Cheetah was one of the best looking and ferociously quick GTs of its generation, but its drivers had to battle with heat exhaustion and wild handling. Mick Walsh tells the compelling story of its early beginnings and race career before being shoe-horned into the famous Clarence Dixon Cadillac-liveried car for a heart-stopping drive at Goodwood.
2. Ferrari Lusso
Unquestionably one of the most beautiful Ferraris ever built, the 250GT Lusso has for far too long been under appreciated by people who unfairly fault it only for not being what it was never intended to be. James Page gets to grips with a stunning example.
1. Ultimate Sunbeam Tiger
The final Sunbeam Tiger rolled off the production line 50 years ago. We mark the occasion by driving the ultimate V8 Tiger belonging to Sunbeam Tiger Owners’ Club member Graham Vickery. “It may still bear the poor man’s Cobra sobriquet,” says Vickery, “but unlike the AC, the Tiger is a car for all tastes and you can make it whatever you want it to be – a street rod, rally car, circuit racer or long-distance GT.”
Stuff April 2017£4.99
It’s here! It’s finally here! Nintendo’s latest console has arrived to banish all bad memories of the Wii U and turn your commute into a thrilling quest worthy of Link himself.
Elsewhere in the mag we’ve rounded up five of our favourite gadgets of now, including Amazon’s Echo, the OnePlus 3T and Apple’s 13in MacBook Pro, and picked out five accessories to power up each one, whether it’s an Alexa-compatible DAC, USB-C-powered hard drive or an iPhone-friendly radiator valve. No, really.
The Gadget Doctor’s also been in session, this month explaining how to stop your smartphone from running out of space, while Beta Yourself is full of tips on how to get the most out of iOS 10. Meanwhile, this month’s Upvoted will help you pick out a new pair of running shoes.
FourFourTwo April 2017£4.99
In this issue:
Top dog Dele: the world’s best young player on his epic rise to football’s A-list
When outfield players go in goal
“Better than Pogba” Sow hy isn’t Ravel Morrison football’s first £100M player?
Inside Dortmund’s talent factory – Pulisic, Weigl, Dembele, Isak, Guerrerio
Practical Caravan April 2017£4.20
Inside this month’s issue of Practical Caravan, there is a guide to Britain’s best campsite.
New Kia Sportage on test
Bargain luxury – Adria’s top-value platinum Adora
Touring Scotland’s sunshine coast
Radical new Swift – Basecamp ourt full verdict on 2017 hottest van
What Car? March 2017£4.99
In this issue:
New Skoda Kodiaq vs Disco Sport! Has Skoda built a better SUV than Land Rover?
First UK test. Kodiaq – Giant-killing SUV faces ultimate test. Discovery Sport – Family-friendly and the car to beat
Data and ratings for for every new car
Safety: Life-saving tech you’ll want on your next car
New Renault Grand Scenic vs the best seven-seat MPVs
Audi A5 Sportback driven – sensible as well as stylish
Luxury saloon shootout – New BMW 530d vs Jaguar XF
Practical Motorhome April 2017£4.20
In this month’s issue of Practical Motorhome the new £36k Autocruise, Swifts low-priced high-top.
African Sarfari – big game spotting by motorhome
American Beauties – Liners, coachbuilts & campers at the Louisville RV show
Competition to win NEC show tickets
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision March 2017£4.99
In this issue:
Wireless revolution – seven brilliant Bluetooth speakers, one £100 winner.
USB turntables – digitise your vinyl from £120
Hi-Fi for your head – £600 headphones? These three pairs are worth every penny
First test oppo 4k blu-ray player
Apple airpods sound better than they look
BUYER’s GUIDE: The 300 best products you can buy
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Classic & Sports Car March 2017£4.90
In this issue:
Jag’s best saloon – How John Coombs’ hot Mk2 was brought back from the dead
- Top 10 reliants
- Panhard Dynavia
- Sensational squire
300BHP Supercoupés – from £15k
Buying a Morgan Plus 8 – your definitive guide
Sexiest Ferrari ever? One-off Nembo driven
Fiat vs Toyota vs Reliant – top bargain sports cars
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