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Volkswagen Touareg review

Volkswagen Touareg review

The all-new Touareg marks a turning point for Volkswagen. If ever a VW closed the gap on its premium rivals, this is it. Of course, the new flagship of the Volkswagen range has been blessed with some of the finest DNA in the automotive world. With cousins as good as …

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Mercedes-Benz A-Class review

Mercedes-Benz A-Class review

The A-Class is the biggest-selling car in the UK for Mercedes-Benz, so there’s a lot riding on this latest iteration. An updated chassis, new and bigger body and what is touted as class-leading tech sounds appealing and intriguing. The German brand’s premium image cannot afford to be tarnished… What is …

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Volkswagen Arteon review

Volkswagen Arteon Elegance

We drive the rakish new Volkswagen Arteon – a stunner billed as an “avant garde sport turismo”… What is it? Sitting above the Passat in the VW range, the spacious Arteon boasts a dramatic fastback design. You could say its rivals include everything from the Skoda Superb and Vauxhall Insignia …

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DS 7 Crossback review

DS 7 Crossback review

Unless you’re Ferrari, no car manufacturer can afford not to have an SUV in its range. Enter the DS 7 Crossback – the first original model and first sports utility vehicle from DS Automobiles, the standalone premium brand hived off from Citroen in 2014. What is the DS 7 Crossback? …

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Volvo XC60 review

Volvo XC60

Volvo is on a roll. In the last couple of years the Swedish car maker has launched the acclaimed XC90, S90 and V90, while smaller models are in development. Add to that its headline-grabbing announcement to only sell electric or hybrid cars from 2019 and you have a brand in …

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Audi A1 Sportback review

Audi A1 Sportback

Looking for a small car with a premium look and feel, plus that all-important badge appeal? If so, the evergreen Audi A1 should be on your shopping list. It’s now been with us for a few years and it’s built up a strong following – and now there’s another good …

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Audi Q2 review

Audi Q2

Funky isn’t a word you’d necessarily associate with Audi’s “Vorsprung durch Technik”, but that’s precisely what you get with the distinctive new Q2. The newest, smallest SUV to join the ever-expanding Audi range will please traditionalists, while also attracting newer customers who might otherwise go for the established, more run-of-the-mill …

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Audi A3 review

Audi A3

Originally launched in 1991, the Audi A3 is now in its third generation and selling better than ever. In the UK, 2015 was its best year yet with 47,653 registrations, putting it in 8th place overall. Audi’s not one to stand back, and just four years after the introduction of …

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DS 4 review

DS 4

If you’re in the market for a mid-sized hatchback and you don’t want to be one of the herd, look no further than the distinctive DS 4. DS, Citroen’s classy standalone sister brand, consistently offers something a little different and the DS 4 is a great example. It may not …

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Range Rover Evoque Convertible review

We test the pioneering new version of the Range Rover Evoque, billed as the “world’s first luxury compact SUV convertible”. Launched in 2011, the Evoque is Land Rover’s fastest-selling vehicle ever and more than half a million have rolled off the Halewood production line. Now the Evoque Convertible has been …

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