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

Hyundai i30 review

Hyundai i30

Hyundai is on a roll, and the latest evidence of that is the new i30. Now in its third generation, the mid-sized family hatchback is now stylish, well packaged and good to drive. In fact, it’s so improved that it’s able to brush shoulders with the best cars in its …

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Volvo V90 Cross Country review

Volvo V90 Cross Country review

When it comes to estate cars, Volvo has a rich heritage, and the V90 is the latest in a long line. Not only is it one of the best looking load-luggers on the market, it’s a class act. However, these days it’s not enough to have a regular estate car …

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Subaru Outback review

Subaru Outback

You’d be hard put to find an estate car that can comfortably cruise for hundreds of miles, tow a caravan, transport a bookcase and tackle seriously challenging terrain. The Subaru Outback is one such vehicle. It’s hard to know where to start with the Outback, which has been with us …

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2017 SEAT Leon range review

2017 SEAT Leon review

Stylish, well packaged, competitively-priced and boasting great driving dynamics, the third generation SEAT Leon has always been a great family hatchback choice. Five years after its launch and the Leon has received a mid-life mini-makeover, equipment upgrades and more engine choices to keep it up there with the best. Always …

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Subaru BRZ review

Subaru BRZ review

The Subaru BRZ is one of the best kept secrets of the automotive world. Developed alongside the near-identical Toyota GT86, it’s an affordable back-to-basics front engined, rear-wheel drive 2+2 sports coupe. For 2017, Subaru has given the evergreen BRZ a mid-life facelift, equipment upgrade and distilled the trim options down …

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Renault Twingo GT review

Renault Twingo GT review

The Renault Twingo was the city car that dared to be different when it was launched in 2014. With its rear engine, cute looks and spacious interior, it’s been a quirky choice ever since. However, up until now, the one thing it’s lacked is Va Va Voom. The Twingo GT …

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Kia Picanto review

Perhaps nothing more demonstrates the dramatic progress made by South Korea’s Kia brand than the following statistic…. in the whole of 2007, Kia sold 29,429 cars in the UK. Now, 10 years on, 29,707 were sold in the first three months of 2017 alone. After the soaring success of 2016’s …

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Mazda MX-5 RF review

Mazda MX-5 RF

If you want to experience the exhilaration of driving with the wind in your hair, yet you’re not prepared to buy a hardcore convertible, then the new Mazda MX-5 RF could be for you. The RF, which stands for Retractable Fastback, broadens the appeal of the world’s best-selling roadster by …

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Seat Ateca review

Seat Ateca

SEAT may have been a little late to the party when it comes to having an SUV in the range, but the good news is that it’s been worth the wait. The Ateca isn’t just a bit of rugged eye candy, it’s a very capable crossover – and it has …

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Nissan Micra review

Nissan Micra

Rarely has a car changed so much from one generation to the next as the new Nissan Micra. Once an ugly duckling so beloved of driving schools and people of a certain age, the fifth-generation is now the coolest new kid on the block. Fresh and modern, the striking new …

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