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Audi Q5 review

Audi Q5 review

The Q5 is the latest Audi SUV to get a next-generation relaunch. Like its bigger brother – the Q7 – before it, the jelly mould styling has been replaced by a sharper edges and Audi’s distinctive signature grille. It’s more spacious, efficient, better equipped and connected than ever before. The Mk …

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Nissan X-Trail review

Nissan X-Trail

You’re looking at the world’s best-selling SUV – the Nissan X-Trail. To be precise, this is the updated version of the car (badged as the Rogue in the US) which sold a remarkable 766,000 units in 2016 alone. The third generation X-Trail has been around since 2014, so Nissan has …

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Mazda CX-5 review

Mazda CX-5 review

Creating an SUV that handles like a hatchback without making uncomfortable comprises is a feat few manufacturers have achieved. Blessed with good looks, practicality and dynamic driving characteristics, the new Mazda CX-5 is one such car. Priced from £23,695 – £33,195, it’s up against formidable rivals in its sector, including …

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Renault Koleos review

Renault Koleos review (

The Renault Koleos is the newest entrant in the fiercely fought mid-to-large SUV segment that includes the Mazda CX-5, Nissan X-Trail, Kia Sorento and Skoda Kodiaq. Completing Renault’s crossover range, which also includes the Captur and Kadjar, the Koleos is in effect the French giant’s flagship car. As such, it’s …

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Skoda Kodiaq review

Skoda Kodiaq

Skoda has steadily built up a reputation for creating spacious, reliable, well-built, value-for-money cars. It’s no surprise then that the company is now turning its attention to SUVs – the fastest-growing sector today – and applying its USP. If you don’t count the quirky Yeti, the Kodiaq is Skoda’s first …

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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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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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Milla Jovovich celebrates the new Toyota C-HR

Milla Jovovich celebrates the new Toyota C-HR

Actress and model Milla Jovovich has starred in the world’s first drive-through immersive theatre experience, celebrating the all-new Toyota C-HR. The seven-scene interactive production – entitled ‘The Night That Flows’ – was staged at The Printworks in London. The experience saw 100 guests immersed in the story of one amazing fictional …

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What Car? awards: Car of the Year winners

BMW 5 Series Car of the Year

The new BMW 5 Series has been crowned Car of the Year for 2017 at the 40th annual What Car? Awards. The 5 Series fended off stiff competition from Mercedes-Benz and Rolls-Royce to win the Luxury Car of the Year Award, before its blend of talents resulted in it beating …

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Suzuki Ignis review

Suzuki Ignis

You’ve got to hand it to Suzuki. Just months after the launch of the surprisingly good Baleno supermini comes another intriguing newcomer in the compact and unique shape of the Ignis. In one fell swoop, Suzuki has carved a new niche with the cute little Ignis – a mini crossover …

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