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Suzuki Across review

Suzuki Across review

We review Suzuki’s first plug-in hybrid vehicle – the Across SUV… The handsome Across 4×4 is the first fruit of a collaboration between Suzuki and Toyota. You’d be forgiven for thinking it looks familiar, because it is – and in a good way. Let’s face it, if you’re going to …

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Toyota Yaris review

Toyota Yaris review

We suspect the age demographic of the average Yaris buyer will be sliced in half with the launch of Toyota’s latest model – one of the big automotive surprises of the last year. The Japanese giant’s best-selling supermini has been transformed for its fourth generation, with cool looks, top tech, …

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Skoda Octavia Estate review

Skoda Octavia Estate review

Meet the estate version of Skoda’s best-selling car. Now in its fourth generation, the all-new Octavia has a fresh look and all the latest technology, but most of all – it moves the game on. Longer, wider and taller than its predecessor, the Octavia Estate is available with a choice …

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Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid review

Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid review

Launched a couple of years ago, the Citroen C5 Aircross was a welcome addition to the highly competitive mid-sized SUV market dominated by the likes of the Nissan Qashqai, Ford Kuga, Kia Sportage and Peugeot 3008. Priced from £24,355, the C5 Aircross range was initially powered by an impressive range …

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Honda Jazz Crosstar review

Honda Jazz Crosstar review

You’ve got to hand it to Honda. In one fell swoop, they’ve erased the Jazz’s reputation as the car of choice for senior citizens and created one of the coolest, most advanced superminis on the market. The distinctive fourth generation model comes in two flavours – standard Jazz hatchback and …

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Subaru Forester e-Boxer review

Subaru Forester e-Boxer review

Subaru is a hidden gem of the UK automotive market. Elsewhere, in countries such as the US and Australia, the Japanese company’s cars are more appreciated and sell in much bigger numbers. The brand’s capable 4x4s are renowned for their durability and owners are intensively loyal, holding onto their cars …

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Peugeot 2008 review

Peugeot 2008 review

Peugeot is enjoying something of a renaissance. Following the successful reinvention of its 3008 and 5008 models, the 2008 has also now been transformed into a bold crossover. Available with both petrol and diesel engines, plus an all-electric version (badged e-2008), the range is priced from £21,030. Peugeot markets the …

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Citroen e-C4 review

Citroen e-C4 review

Citroen is hedging its bets with the all-new C4 – a distinctive family car that’s a cross between a hatchback and a crossover. Not only is it available with conventional petrol and diesel engines, but there’s also a pure electric version. Badged the e-C4, it has a useful 217-mile range …

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Mazda MX-30 review

Mazda-MX-30

Mazda often dares to be different, and the all-new MX-30 is a prime example. The Japanese company’s first all-electric model not only sports distinctive coupe-crossover styling, but dinky rear-opening back doors. Then there’s its range. At 124 miles, it’s very much in the city EV sector, competing against the likes …

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Citroen Ami review

Citroen Ami

Meet the incredibly cute Citroen Ami – not so much an electric car as a zero-emissions city mobility solution. If the name rings a bell, then it should, because it was last used for a divisive-looking family car produced by the French giant between 1961 to 1978. Look hard and …

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