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Kia’s European factory reaches major milestone

Four millionth car produced at Kia's Žilina plant in Slovakia

The four millionth car has rolled off the production line at Kia’s Žilina plant in Slovakia. A Kia Sportage was the milestone motor at the factory which acted as a springboard for the South Korean brand’s expansion across Europe when it opened 15 years ago. The first vehicles produced at …

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Honda Jazz Crosstar review

Honda Jazz Crosstar review

You’ve got to hand it to Honda. In one fell swoop, they’ve erased the Jazz’s reputation as the car of choice for senior citizens and created one of the coolest, most advanced superminis on the market. The distinctive fourth generation model comes in two flavours – standard Jazz hatchback and …

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Kia XCeed PHEV review

Kia XCeed PHEV review

The standard Kia XCeed got a huge thumbs up from us when we reviewed it in 2019. A good-looking “urban crossover” version of the Ceed hatchback, it slots in below Kia’s big-selling Sportage. With its raised ride height and driving position, bigger wheels and more rugged look, its closest rival …

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Red Dot design prizes for Honda and Kia

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The Honda e and Kia XCeed have both won prestigious Red Dot design awards. Honda’s highly acclaimed all-electric city car has been awarded the ‘Red Dot: Best of the Best 2020’ award – the highest honour in the internationally renowned ‘Red Dot’ awards, for its ground-breaking product design. The Honda …

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Kia XCeed review

Kia XCeed review

When the latest Kia Ceed was launched in 2018 it was a real step-up – a genuine rival to the biggest-selling cars in the hatchback sector, including the Ford Focus, Volkswagen Golf and Vauxhall Astra. Since then it has been joined by the Ceed GT (warm hatch), ProCeed and Sportswagon …

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Ford Focus Active review

Ford Focus Active review

Rugged versions of regular cars are nothing new – think Volvo’s ‘Cross Country’ range, Skoda’s Scouts and Audi’s Allroads. I’m sure Ford would like us to think of the Focus Active as one such vehicle, but the reality is that it’s a bit of a softie – more like a …

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