The latest Volkswagen Golf GTI is that good as a car that it is "almost boring" to write about, according to one reviewer.
Writing for Honest John, Martin Gurdon reveals that the more recent vehicle is both "fun and civilised", while being a lot more adult-like compared with past offerings in the range.
Furthermore, although the engine used in the new Golf GTI is no larger than what has been used in the past, a substantial workover by engineers has led to motorists receiving additional benefits.
Alongside gaining a vehicle that is more fuel efficient, motorists will also support the environment through a cleaner engine, generating lower amounts of carbon dioxide.
Meanwhile, according to Volkswagen, the 2.0-litre petrol engine allows drivers to have the capability of accelerating from still to 62 miles per hour in under seven seconds.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI can also reach a top speed of 149 miles per hour, with the overall opinion of Mr Gurdon being the vehicle is a "mature, confident and attractive thing".
Enthusiastic motorists only have to wait until May 22nd before the vehicle is launched in the UK.