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Celebrating 70 years of SEAT

Seat 600's 60th birthday

SEAT, the car maker that helped democratise mobility in Spain, has undergone a profound transformation since it was founded on 9 May 1950. Production began in 1953 with 925 employees and a rate of 5 cars per day. Fast forward to 2020 and more than 15,000 people work at SEAT in …

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Are these Britain’s ‘best new car buys’?

Jaguar I-Pace

The first Carbuyer Best Buys have been announced across nine core categories in a bid to give a simplified overview of the market and to help the average UK car buyer find the vehicles that most closely suit their needs. Apparently, the recommendations recognise that buyers may be shopping across …

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Seat Mii review

SEAT Mii

Looking for a cute small car that’s cheap to run, fun to drive and surprisingly spacious? Here’s why the Seat Mii should be on your shortlist… What is it? The Seat Mii was developed and is built alongside its VW Group sister cars – the VW Up! and Skoda Citigo. …

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UK’s safest used first car is revealed

Skoda Citigo

The Skoda Citigo has pipped the Volkswagen Up! to be crowned the safest used first car for young drivers by Co-op Insurance. Based on a formula ranking devised by the Co-op and vehicle safety experts Thatcham Research, cars had to be in the supermini category, have a five-star Euro NCAP …

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Kia Picanto review

Perhaps nothing more demonstrates the dramatic progress made by South Korea’s Kia brand than the following statistic…. in the whole of 2007, Kia sold 29,429 cars in the UK. Now, 10 years on, 29,707 were sold in the first three months of 2017 alone. After the soaring success of 2016’s …

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Renault Twingo – first drive

Renault Twingo Dynamique Energy TCe 90 Stop & Start

French car giant Renault dares to be different with the all-new Twingo. Before the original Mini rewrote the small car rulebook in 1959, rear-engined runabouts were not unusual. Since then they’ve become a rarity, so Renault’s decision to design the third generation Twingo with the engine in the back is …

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