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Audi Q3 2.0 TDI quattro S line (140 PS) S Tronic (6)

Audi Q3 TDI quattro S line 140 PS S Tronic road test report and review

THE Audi Q3 has recently had its mid-life facelift and now features the latest, deeper company grille and revised signature lighting which are the most noticeable external differences from the popular original model.
The interior has also benefited from a freshen up and now has a tidier, cleaner look, with the high quality black plastics of our test car being punctuated by brushed aluminium trimmings around the air vents, door handles, and on the major control surfaces.

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Audi A1 Sportback road test report and review

Audi A1 Sportback road test report and review

Audi A1 Sportback road test report and review by Keith Ward BY August, Audi announced a new half-year global sales record of 869,355 vehicles and expect to end the year with more than 1.6m deliveries.  All this fuelled by the biggest investment programme in the German company’s history, totalling 22 billion euros  by 2018. If […]

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The new Jaguar XE (4)

New Jaguar XE set to pounce on fleet market

SIR William Lyons famously declared that all Jaguars have to look fast even when they are standing still – and Jaguar believe their new XE sports saloon which goes on sale in 2015 will live up to the edict of the company’s founder.

The keenly anticipated new model is expected to be a big hit in the company car sector – BMW should be concerned about its 3 Series sales, as should Audi with its A4, I fancy. I’m in no doubt customers will welcome something different in the market-place

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Dacia Logan MCV road test review

Dacia Logan MCV gives rivals run for their money

DACIA call the Logan their MCV – standing for Maximum Capacity Vehicle. There’s still the whiff of old Eastern Europe austerity about that, somehow.

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Meet new supercomputer – sorry Audi TT!

THE days when cars were simple and could be repaired with a few spanners and a hammer are long gone! Nowadays cars have more computing power than NASA could have dreamt of in the 1960s. And a typical example of this is the all-new Audi TT, which is available to order now. This is a […]

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Lion roars with RCZ sports coupe

LAUNCHED originally five years ago as a flag-waver for Peugeot’s otherwise family-oriented car range, the superb-looking RCZ sports coupe is now into Mk II form with a new front face which merges well onto the wide-hipped “double-bubble” body.

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Laserlight to shine brightly at electronics show

Audi has chosen to unveil its latest concept not at a motor show, but at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, perhaps fitting considering the amount of electronics the German carmaker will be showcasing.

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Allan McNish to take back seat in 2014

AFTER having his most successful season’s racing ever, Allan McNish is leaving the grand stage of motorsport. Just days before reaching his 44th birthday, the charimatic Scot  — and Audi factory driver — has announced that he will not be actively continuing his career next year. And that career began 32 years ago, in the world of […]

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