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Peugeot 108 review and road test report

Peugeot 108 Active 1.0 road test report and review

THIS diminutive little Peugeot 108 is is the French manufacturer’s version of the joint project between Toyota, Peugeot and Citroen, the fruit of which is this little beauty seen here, which in Peugeot’s case, has taken over from the 107.

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Toyota RAV4 2.2D4D Icon road test report and review

Toyota Rav4 Icon 2.2 L road test report and review: Still an Icon?

Toyota Rav4 Icon 2.2 road test report and review – The Toyota Rav4 Icon 2.2 is an all-new car – but it has lost its compactness! DAVID HOOPER has a look at the latest range. THINK of the Toyota RAV4 and I think of a compact 4×4. Some friends of mine once owned one, and […]

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Hyundai i20 1.1 CRDi Active 5-door

Hyundai i20 1.1 CRDi Active 5-door road test proves frugality

Our road test report and review of the Hyundai i20 1.1 CRDi Active 5-door, with its three-cylinder engine, proves that it’s as frugal as they come. DAVID HOOPER puts the latest model to the test. THE Hyundai i20 is a cleanly-styled little car with and looks very much like the big sister of Hyundai’s smallest model, the […]

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Peugeot

Peugeot revamps its 508 large saloon

PEUGEOT’S 580 saloon has made inroads into the large car market, most especially in the fleet segment of the British marketplace. It has achieved this position due to its combination of features, including a great combination of handling and ride, elegant styling, high levels of comfort, durability and quality coupled with class leading green credentials. […]

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Ford Focus 1ltr EcoBoost

Road test: Ford Focus Zetec S 1.0T EcoBoost

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Ford Focus Zetec S 1.0T EcoBoost A three-cylinder, 1.0-litre engine in a Ford Focus? Really? A slightly sceptical DAVID HOOPER finds out if the new EcoBoost engines live up to all the hype. Is less really more? RAISED eyebrows and sceptical comments are perfectly normal and completely understandable when discussing […]

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Peugeot

Peugeot opens order books for 2008 Crossover

THE order books are now open for the new Peugeot 2008 Crossover. And the French carmaker has confirmed details of the car, which will be priced from £12,995 on the road. The official launch date has been set for July 18 and the new 2008 Crossover is a blend of modern styling couple with fuel […]

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Volvo Safety Systems

Volvo steps up safety mission for 2020 target

BELEIVE it or not, it is 30 years since it became compulsory to wear seatbelts in the UK – and the brand that developed the first three-point harness, Volvo, is stepping up its safety mission. The Swedish company actually developed the first seatbelts as long as 50 years ago and the aim of its Vision […]

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New Ford Fiesta

New Ford Fiesta review reveals some clever tech

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: New Ford Fiesta range More than just a facelift, MARTYN COLLINS reviews the new Ford Fiesta range which now comes with some clever technology which should appeal to parents. The importance of the Fiesta to both Ford and buyers since its launch in 2008 cannot be underestimated. So to make […]

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