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MG5 EV review


We test the affordable electric estate that’s proving to be a surprise sales success MG may not be the iconic British sports car maker that it once was, but it’s thriving as a bargain brand under Chinese ownership. In September 2021 MG Motor UK achieved its highest ever monthly sales …

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Kia Optima Sportswagon review

Kia Optima Sportswagon

SUVs seems to be getting all the love these days, but there’s still demand for traditional estate cars – and they don’t come much better looking than the new Kia Optima Sportswagon. The standard Optima saloon has been with us for a few years and is one of those hidden …

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New 4×4 Popularity Increased Despite High Fuel Prices

Despite record hikes in fuel prices over the last few months, more car buyers are looking to purchase a new SUV or 4×4 than six months ago, according to a new report by, the UK’s leading motoring website for new car search. The report examines what online visitors searched …

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Volvo V60

Volvo has escaped their historic dour and sober image, first with the release of the Volvo S60 and now continuing with the new Volvo V60 Estate.  Traditionally the Volvo estates had a boxy, angular feel to them, great for trips to the DIY store but never going to win a …

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Skoda Superb 118TSI

Skoda has taken a bold move by entering the big car market with the release of their Superb 118TSI. Skoda have always been ones to forgo fashions, trends and established norms, they tend to live by their own rules and with this new model they have opted for the starting …

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Hot Hatchback Cars

Hatchback cars form the most popular sector of the UK market; they are a handy family size car, good around town and hold their value. Most people buying a hatchback are looking for a cheap, economical car that is easy to run and comfortably hold an average family and its …

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History of Estate Cars

The earliest estate cars or station wagons go back to the early part of the twentieth century. Here they worked as hackney carriages around US railway yards and hence became known there as station wagons. The early estate cars evolved from truck chassis with wooden panelling sides, benches and a …

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