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Fiat 500L Review:  Happy Hippo

Fiat 500L Review:  Happy Hippo

The cutesy little Fiat 500 is very popular here in the UK, but its hippo-like cousin struggles to find as many friends. Now the 500L is newly updated. Will that make a difference? Across in mainland Europe, the pumped-up practicality of the Fiat 500L has made it a good...

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Hyundai Kona: Riding High

Hyundai Kona: Riding High

It sounds like a brand of coffee, looks quite funky and has an agile feel from behind the wheel. Here comes another crossover and the newest car from Hyundai. South Korean car maker Hyundai is on a bit of a roll. It has an expanding range that includes electric,...

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Jeep Compass Review:  Pumped-up Style

Jeep Compass Review: Pumped-up Style

That famous seven-slot front grille is the unmistakable signature of the car that wears it. Here comes the newest and smallest model in the Jeep range. It’s the ‘Hoover’ of the motoring world. Jeep is the brand with the name that has become generic of a certain kind of...

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Kia Stonic:  New Recruit

Kia Stonic: New Recruit

  Almost every week seems to bring a new recruit to the ballooning ranks of SUV-crossover cars, and here’s yet another one. Guess what. Here comes another new soft-roader to further expand the choice of crossover models joining the traffic. This one is from Kia, and it, even more,...

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Skoda Karoq:  Rebirth of the Yeti

Skoda Karoq: Rebirth of the Yeti

It’s goodbye to Skoda’s most instantly recognisable model and hello to its smoother successor. In the constantly evolving motoring landscape, some cars stand out like beacons on a hilltop. The Skoda Yeti is one of those cars. Its distinctive silhouette, reminiscent of a Postman Pat van, makes it instantly...

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Citroen C4 Cactus Preview: Less Marmite

Citroen C4 Cactus Preview: Less Marmite

Three years on from its original launch, the double chevron car maker’s Cactus has undergone a major makeover Citroen chose a Parisian structure engineered by Monsieur Gustave Eiffel for the launch this week of its new Citroen C4 Cactus. No, not the famous landmark Tower that is the iconic...

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Honda Civic Review:  Civilised Chic

Honda Civic Review: Civilised Chic

Who needs a big engine for good performance in an average sized car? The current generation of one-litre petrol engines is remarkable, and here’s a good one in the latest Civic. It is not that many years ago that if someone mentioned a sub-one litre engine, you would assume...

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