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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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Skoda Kamiq review

Skoda Kamiq review

We drive the Skoda Kamiq – one of the new kids on the block in the hotly-contest compact SUV sector. Joining its Volkswagen Group cousins, the Seat Arona and Volkswagen T-Cross, the Kamiq enters the wider battle currently being led by the likes of the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur, Dacia …

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Fiat 500X review

Fiat 500X review

Fiat has given the 500X a significant upgrade, so we took it for a spin to find out whether the 500’s big brother has the X Factor… The Fiat 500X is now a familiar sight on our roads, but it’s fair to say that it hasn’t reached the iconic status …

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Seat Arona review

Seat Arona review

The compact crossover sector has increased four-fold since 2015 and the latest example to hit the showrooms is the all-new Seat Arona. Sitting below the acclaimed Ateca SUV in the range, the Arona will do battle with the likes of the recently-launched Kia Stonic, Hyundai Kona, VW T-Roc and Citroen …

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Volkswagen T-Roc review

Volkswagen T-Roc review

The good looking T-Roc is VW’s intriguing newcomer in the hugely competitive compact SUV sector. Slotting in below the Tiguan and above the upcoming T-Cross, in terms of size it sits somewhere between the two Nissans that arguably started the small crossover craze – the Juke and Qashqai. Looking not …

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Ford EcoSport review

Ford EcoSport review

Three years on from its European launch, Ford’s baby SUV, the EcoSport, has been treated to a much-needed upgrade. A mild exterior makeover, new technology, more refinement and comfort, plus an extra engine and an all-wheel drive option, have transformed the car into a more serious contender in the blossoming …

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Citroen C3 Aircross review

Citroen C3 Aircross review

You can count of Citroen when it comes to launching distinctive cars, and the funky new C3 Aircross is a perfect example. Effectively replacing the quirky C3 Picasso mini MPV, the Aircross is marketed as a “compact SUV” and is up against some serious rivals in this hotly-contested sector. There’s …

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Kia Stonic review

Kia Stonic review

With the European compact crossover market set to double to 2.2 million vehicles by the year 2020 it’s no wonder that a rash of new cars in this sector are being launched. Established big-sellers including the Nissan Juke and Renault Captur are set to be joined by the likes of …

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Audi Q2 review

Audi Q2

Funky isn’t a word you’d necessarily associate with Audi’s “Vorsprung durch Technik”, but that’s precisely what you get with the distinctive new Q2. The newest, smallest SUV to join the ever-expanding Audi range will please traditionalists, while also attracting newer customers who might otherwise go for the established, more run-of-the-mill …

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Honda HR-V review

Honda has at last filled a gaping hole in its range with the new HR-V compact crossover. In the late ’90s, Honda (arguably) launched the sector with the funky and original HR-V. However, since 2006 it’s been without a contender. Honda may be late to the new party, but now …

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