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MINI Countryman review

MINI Countryman review

We get to grips with the next-gen MINI Countryman in entry-level and performance guises… I’ve always found it tricky trying to categorise the MINI Countryman. It looks like it’s a cross between an estate and a crossover, yet it’s actually about the same size as a family-sized Nissan Qashqai SUV. …

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Revealed: UK’s Top 10 best-selling cars

Ford Puma

The official data for car sales has been released and it’s clear that 2023 was a year of recovery after the pandemic and the computer chip shortage. In all, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) figures show that more than 1.9 million new cars were registered in the …

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Toyota C-HR review

Toyota C-HR

We drive the latest version of Toyota’s popular C-HR family crossover – and it’s a big, bold step-up… If a car could be judged purely on its styling, the second-generation Toyota C-HR would be best-in-class. And when you consider that its biggest rivals include the Nissan Qashqai, Kia Sportage, Skoda …

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Nissan’s Sunderland plant produces 11 millionth car

Nissan Sunderland Plant celebrates 11 millionth car

The team at Nissan Sunderland Plant are celebrating building their 11 millionth vehicle since production started in 1986. The milestone means that, on average, a new car has rolled off the line every two minutes, every hour of every day, for 37 years. The 11 millionth car was a Blade …

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Nissan Juke Hybrid review

Nissan Juke Hybrid

We test drive the new hybrid version of the much-improved Nissan Juke – the compact crossover designed, developed and manufactured in the UK. Cards on table time – I was never a fan of the original, pioneering Nissan Juke. Launched in 2010, its looks were at best challenging, and I …

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Hyundai Bayon review

Hyundai Bayon review

We road test the newest addition to Hyundai’s growing family – the Bayon baby SUV… I feel a bit sorry for the Hyundai Bayon. Not only has it been saddled with a name* which means nothing to most UK buyers, but it was introduced at around the same time as …

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Honda HR-V review

Honda HR-V review

If you’re looking for a new compact SUV, you’re already spoilt for choice – so is there room for the latest Honda HR-V? Well, Honda is on a roll. The futuristic all-electric Honda e city car is a revelation, and the new Jazz is a supermini transformed. Now magic dust …

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Vauxhall Mokka-e review

Vauxhall Mokka-e review

What are your key considerations when choosing a new car – practicality, running costs, connectivity or safety? The reality is that looks tend to trump all of the above, which is why kerb appeal is so crucial. Now, they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but I’d …

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Nissan GB celebrates crossover milestone

One Million Crossover Sales for Nissan GB

Nissan has become the first car manufacturer to sell ONE MILLION crossover vehicles in the UK – with more than 90% built on British soil. Crossovers, which combine SUVs and family hatchback traits, have experienced mass growth over the past decade, with Nissan manufacturing the Qashqai, Juke and X-Trail models. …

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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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