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Nissan GB celebrates crossover milestone

One Million Crossover Sales for Nissan GB

Nissan has become the first car manufacturer to sell ONE MILLION crossover vehicles in the UK – with more than 90% built on British soil. Crossovers, which combine SUVs and family hatchback traits, have experienced mass growth over the past decade, with Nissan manufacturing the Qashqai, Juke and X-Trail models. …

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Volkswagen Golf review

Volkswagen Golf review

We road test the all-new Volkswagen Golf – arguably the most significant launch of 2020 in terms of sales… After 45 years and more than 35 million examples built, the eighth generation VW Golf is the latest incarnation of a legend. Taking on the likes of the Ford Focus, Seat …

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Skoda Scala review

Skoda Scala review

Skoda’s new entrant in the fiercely competitive family hatchback sector has got its work cut out – its rivals include the Ford Focus, VW Golf, Vauxhall Astra and Kia Ceed, to name but a few. Slotting in between the Fabia and Octavia in the range, the Scala excels in all …

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Fastest selling used cars revealed

Volkswagen Polo

Small family hatchbacks and SUVs dominate the UK’s Top 10 fastest selling secondhand cars, according to new data. Research released by AA Cars, the AA’s used car website, shows the Volkswagen’s Polo is the fastest selling car of the year so far, being advertised for the shortest length of time …

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Mazda3 review

Mazda3 review

The latest Mazda3 is the first in an all-new generation of cars from the Japanese manufacturer. It’s a real head-turner with its distinctive design, while the quality of the materials used and general finish underlines the brand’s steady move upwards into the premium sector. Where once the Mazda3 competed with …

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Hyundai i30 review

Hyundai i30

Hyundai is on a roll, and the latest evidence of that is the new i30. Now in its third generation, the mid-sized family hatchback is now stylish, well packaged and good to drive. In fact, it’s so improved that it’s able to brush shoulders with the best cars in its …

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Fiat Tipo review

Fiat Tipo

“Amore for less” – rarely has an advertising slogan summed up a new car so well as the 2016 Fiat Tipo. The all-new Tipo range starts at £12,995 (£159 a month in the PCP world), and at entry level it really is a lot of car for the money – …

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Renault Megane review

Renault Megane

It’s hard to believe that the Renault Megane stretches back 20 years and some 6.5 million have been sold globally. Now it’s time to welcome the fourth generation car – and it’s better than ever. Longer and lower than the outgoing car, the new Megane also sports a sleeker design …

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Skoda Superb review

Skoda Superb

Rarely has a car lived up to its name as much as the new Skoda Superb. The slightly awkward, dumpy look of the last version has been replaced by a sleek, chiselled design capped by Skoda’s signature LED running lights. Longer, lighter, higher and wider, it’s also safer, roomier, more …

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Mitsubishi ASX 2.2 Diesel 4WD review

Mitsubishi ASX

You don’t need us to tell you that crossovers are all the rage – and why not? They combine the best of hatchbacks and SUVs. So, how does the Mitsubishi ASX shape up? Slugging it out in one of the most competitive sectors of the car world can’t be easy, …

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