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Reviews on all the current and new cars to help you choose the right new car for you!

Ford Mustang review

Ford Mustang

The legendary Ford Mustang was originally launched in 1964, but there’s never been a production right-hand drive version… until now. Yes, at last Brits are able to head down to a selected Ford dealer to order a muscle car. Ford says demand has been greater than expected and, so far, …

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Range Rover Evoque Convertible review

We test the pioneering new version of the Range Rover Evoque, billed as the “world’s first luxury compact SUV convertible”. Launched in 2011, the Evoque is Land Rover’s fastest-selling vehicle ever and more than half a million have rolled off the Halewood production line. Now the Evoque Convertible has been …

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DS 3 review

DS 3

We get to grips with DS Automobiles’ new DS 3, completing the “DS family” in Europe – for now. You might be aware that DS Automobiles is now a standalone premium brand now (so don’t mention Citroen), but we’re going to have to wait a year or two before the …

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Fiat 500 review

Fiat 500 review

2015 was a big year for the Fiat 500. Not only did it get a update, but the iconic Italian city car reached the historic 1.5 million production milestone – an impressive tally in little more than eight years. Available as a hatchback or convertible, some 240,000 have found a home …

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Kia Sportage review

Kia Sportage

The Sportage crossover SUV is a big deal for Kia. In 2015 the outgoing version achieved its best ever UK sales, accounting for more than a quarter of the Korean company’s entire UK sales. Kia is ambitious and the all-new fourth-generation Sportage is central to those plans. So, not only …

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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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Jaguar F-Type S Coupe review

Jaguar F-Type Coupe

Is a Jaguar F-Type Coupe a more involving experience with an old school manual gearbox? We find out… I could easily write 1,000 words extolling the virtues of the Jaguar F-Type, but then there’s no point – you’ve heard it all before. I’m unashamedly a fan, and up until now, …

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Ford Mondeo Hybrid review

Ford was late to the hybrid party in Europe. It’s arrived now with the Ford Mondeo Hybrid, but has it been worth the wait? It looks good on paper. The new Ford Mondeo range of saloons, hatchbacks and estates has been well received. The car itself is sleekly styled, spacious, …

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Jaguar XE review

Jaguar XE

It shouldn’t be underestimated how important Jaguar’s new baby, the XE, is to the future prosperity of the company. Overlooking the controversial Mondeo-based X-Type when Jaguar was under Ford ownership, the XE is Jaguar’s first serious attempt to tackle the all-important compact executive market. Here, the plucky Brit is up …

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Audi A4 review

Audi A4

The new A4 couldn’t have come along at a better time for Audi. Never has the competition been greater in the so-called compact executive sector. The Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been making hay, while the BMW 3-Series has been refreshed and that plucky Brit, the Jaguar XE, has just been launched. …

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