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

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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Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit review

Jeep Grand Cherokee

Looking for a competitively priced, big, luxurious SUV with excellent off-road capability? Consider the latest Jeep Grand Cherokee… It may not be the obvious choice in the UK, but remember, Jeep started it all with 2016 marking the company’s 75th anniversary. The Grand Cherokee isn’t just a handsome beast, it’s …

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Skoda Superb review

Skoda Superb

Rarely has a car lived up to its name as much as the new Skoda Superb. The slightly awkward, dumpy look of the last version has been replaced by a sleek, chiselled design capped by Skoda’s signature LED running lights. Longer, lighter, higher and wider, it’s also safer, roomier, more …

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Volvo V60 Polestar review

Volvo V60 Polestar

If ever there was a car that will become a future classic, it’s the Volvo V60 Polestar. The standard V60 is good in itself, but once Polestar – a Swedish tuning company now 100% owned by Volvo – got their hands on it… it became a car transformed. And it’s …

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Kia Sorento review

Kia Sorento

There’s more to Kia than its unrivalled seven-year warranty scheme – and the all-new Sorento is positive proof. Somewhere between an SUV and a people carrier, it offers the best of both worlds – topping an increasingly impressive range. The first thing that strikes you about the Sorento is its …

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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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