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Jaguar XE R-Sport 2.0 i4 180PS Auto road test report and review

Jaguar XE R-Sport 2.0 i4 180PS Auto road test report review

The Jaguar XE is without question a bit of a head turner and one of the most attractive and desirable cars in its class. Our test car raises the XE’s game further still with the addition of the R-Sport body kit, discreet R-Sport badging on the air vents on wings and a set of 19in Venom twin-spoke wheels with a black finish which add a further £2,200 to the total invoice.

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Mercedes Benz Vito Sport-X Dualiner

Mercedes Vito Sport-X great for work, rest and play!

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Mercedes-Benz Vito Sport-X 122CDI Compact Dualiner Versatile, practical and spacious DAVID HOOPER puts a luxuriously kitted out Mercedes Vito Sport-X Dualiner to the test in the Lake District. PRACTICAL family transport comes in all shapes and sizes these days, but not much can compete with the luxury and space to […]

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Citroen PureTech VTi 1.0 68 and 1.2 82 3-cylinder engines

Citroen C3 PureTech VTi 68 and 82 3-cylinder engines

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Citroen C3 PureTech VTi 68 and 82 A hectic day in Paris gives DAVID HOOPER the opportunity to be one of the first to drive Citroen’s new PureTech engine range for the C3 and DS3 models, and road test the DS4′s new 6-speed automatic gearbox. A DAY out in Paris […]

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VW Polo road test reveals the sweet taste of success

It’s not hard to see why the Polo is an award-winning car. Motoring Writer KEITH WARD understands why it has enjoyed the sweet taste of success. NOW into its fifth generation, the Polo seems to have been around as long as its namesake mint with the hole. The four-wheeled version has been crowned European Car […]

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Decadent Mercedes R350 ‘dares to be different’

Offering decadent luxury, IAN LAMMING says Mercedes R350 CDI dares to be different. WHEN a manufacturer hits upon a great idea, we all breathe a collective ‘oh yeh’ and it seems so obvious. Not everyone wants a massive macho mud-plugger but they may still need many of its attributes. They want size, space, all wheel […]

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Mazda CX-5 SKYACTIV ‘makes good all-rounder’

Mazda CX-5 road test and review TOM SCANLAN tests three versions of Mazda’s all-new compact crossover, the Mazda CX-5 SKYACTIV Mazda’s CX-5 is a good all-rounder – whichever version you fancy. There are two 2.2-litre diesel engines, a150PS and a 175 PS; and a 165 PS 2-litre petrol engine. There is a manual and an […]

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Stunning Hyundai Veloster hits the road in style

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Hyundai Veloster As Hyundai unleashes its new Veloster, wheelworldreviews.co.uk editor DAVID HOOPER is one of the first British journalists to drive this exciting new sports coupe. Rating: THE VITAL STATISTICS MODEL: Hyundai Veloster 1.6 Sport DCT with Media Pack. VELOSTER RANGE: From 1.6 GDi (£17,995) to 1.6 GDi Sport DCT […]

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Chevrolet perfect for Cruze-ing around in

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: CHEVROLET CRUZE The current Chevrolet range has a very distinctive front end. With a nicely designed interior and a good warranty, wheelworldreviews editor DAVID HOOPER, says Chevrolet’s Cruze is easy to live with. THE latest range of Chevrolets are hard to miss, what with their bold front ends emblazoned with […]

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