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

BMW X1 review

BMW X1

It’s fair to say that the outgoing BMW X1, launched in 2009, wasn’t everybody’s cup of tea. Yes, it sold well – some 730,000 globally and 40,000 in the UK alone – but it had a slight identity problem, occupying a fuzzy area somewhere between an SUV, hatchback and estate. …

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Audi Q7 review

Audi Q7

The luxury big SUV sector just got a whole lot more competitive – Audi’s back in the game with the all-new Q7. To be honest, I was always a big fan of the first generation Q7, so I wasn’t totally sure about the new model. And let’s not forget, the …

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Jaguar XF: first drive

Jaguar XF

Replacing a successful model is no easy task, so the fact that the all-new Jaguar XF is so good is worth shouting about. Launched in 2007, the original XF was a landmark car for Jaguar, and marked the renaissance of the company after some tricky times. Some 250,000 were sold …

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SEAT Leon X-Perience review

SEAT Leon X-Perience

The SEAT Leon X-Perience joins the growing band of rugged, raised estates with off-road ability and greater pulling power. If you’re looking for a grippy 4×4, but don’t want a big SUV, there’s more choice than ever. Now SEAT’s joining the party with a tougher version of its Leon ST …

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Volvo V40 Cross Country review

Volvo V40 Cross Country

The Volvo V40 Cross Country is one of those rare cars that fits you like a glove – or at least that’s how I found it. Comfortable, classy, poised, powerful and very frugal, it’s the most rugged version of Volvo’s mid-sized hatchback. If nothing else, I guess this demonstrates how …

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Volkswagen Scirocco GT review

Britain has something of a love affair with the Volkswagen Scirocco. Apparently we’re the second biggest market for the car after China. It’s even harder to believe the VW Scirocco is more than 40 years old, though the current generation has been with us since 2008. Still popular, this pretty …

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Mitsubishi ASX 2.2 Diesel 4WD review

Mitsubishi ASX

You don’t need us to tell you that crossovers are all the rage – and why not? They combine the best of hatchbacks and SUVs. So, how does the Mitsubishi ASX shape up? Slugging it out in one of the most competitive sectors of the car world can’t be easy, …

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Mazda CX-5 review

Mazda CX-5

How does the Mazda CX-5 shape up in the hotly-contested mid-size SUV sector? Well, to cut a long story short – very well. And it has to be good because it’s up against everything from the Honda CR-V and Ford Kuga, to the Volvo XC60 and Nissan Qashqai. Like the …

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Peugeot RCZ R review

Peugeot RCZ R

Eye candy or serious sports coupe – or a bit of both? The lowdown on the Peugeot RCZ R… There’s no doubt that the RCZ R is a very attractive car. Streamlined with that distinctive double bubble roof, it turns heads. Based on the “standard” RCZ but given a serious …

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