Of course, he doesn't know everything -- even if he claims to -- which is why we ask for your feedback on each review, with the 'Own it', 'Want it' and 'Not for me' buttons.
We've totted up all your votes and in this video take a look through the top five most popular cars this week on CNET UK.
5. Land Rover Freelander 2 -- It's not the quickest of machines on the road, so don't bother challenging people for races at the traffic lights, but if you blindly follow your sat-nav as it takes you up a mountain, the Freelander 2 has the off-road skills to keep you going.
4. Nissan Juke -- The Juke may look like a weird scientific experiment involving gene-splicing of a super-mini and a 4x4, but that just means it's fun to drive and can handle itself on some rough terrain. It's no friend to the planet though, as it offers mediocre fuel efficiency and CO2 levels.
3. Mercedes S-Class S350 L -- The S350 oozes luxury both inside and out. The cabin is full of soft leather and attractive wood panelling we could spend all day sitting around in. Couple that with its ability to almost drive itself, using some sort of devilry we don't quite understand, and it's no wonder it's made this week's list.
2. Volvo V60 -- It may not have the luggage space for those suitcases or piles and piles of groceries, but it offers plenty of power, great handling and a whole host of safety features that make it almost like driving around in a big, cushioned knee-pad.
1. Range Rover Evoque -- The Evoque not only sports some sexy looks, it's also big enough to ram anyone off the road that annoys you and drive straight through buildings as you take a straight-line route to work. But you really shouldn't do that. It's got the skills to handle itself well both on- and off-road which is probably why it's got the top spot this week.
That's it for What You're Craving for now, but make sure to head back next week for more of the best tech.