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Auto-Trail 2015 model range includes this new Imala 620

Auto-Trail 2015 model range launches with new Imala

AUTO-TRAIL’S range of motorhomes have a smart new look this year thanks in part to Fiat’s new and thoroughly modern looking cab. Codenamed the X290, it features redesigned lights and grille and looks completely different. Gone are the bug-eyed headlights in favour of much narrower profile light units giving the entire range an updated, more modern base vehicle that’s a big improvement.

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Used Citroen Saxo

Used Citroen Saxo is fun to drive, and loved by young

THE Citroen Saxo is a car that has become loved by many drivers, especially the young boy racer types with their back-to-front baseball caps. Although its different looks do not appeal as much to some, it’s a good choice three door supermini. Despite the fact that it seems a little more upright than other small […]

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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 316 4x4 Crew Cab

Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 gets you to where work is

EVERYBODY knows that Mercedes-Benz builds rather nice cars. Some will know that they also make vans – but how many people will know that the German manufacturer makes four-wheel-drive vans and some of the best trucks you can buy? A driving day in Yorkshire gave me the chance to try out some of the “Big […]

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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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British-built new Honda CR-V hits the showrooms

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: New Honda CR-V range Taking in the views of the Clyde’s Scottish sea lochs,DAVID HOOPER enjoys a first drive of Honda’s new CR-V line-up. PARKED on the edge of Loch Lomond, with the autumn colours making this part of Scotland even bonnier than usual, I took a moment or two […]

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We are among the first to drive Honda’s new CR-V

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: New Honda CR-V Against a back-drop of lochs and glens, KEITH WARD is among the first to drive Honda’s all-new CR-V WITH more than 5-million global sales behind it in 17 years, Honda’s CR-V enters its fourth generation with an all-new body, revised engines, a cheaper front-drive option to the […]

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W12 badge of honour for new Bentley GT Speed

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Bentley GT Speed As Bentley launches the fastest production car it has ever built, DAVID HOOPER travels to Munich to drive the new GT Speed with its fabulous W12 engine. I hate the rain at the best of times – but when it’s truly persisting it down and you get […]

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Suzuki’s Kizashi has the makings of a good seller

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Suzuki Kizashi 2.4 Suzuki’s Kizashi has the potential to do well, but wheelworldreviews editor DAVID HOOPER reckons its engine and gearbox combination will prove to be a handicap in the UK. IT seems Suzuki’s Kizashi may be destined to remain something of a rarity on the UK’s roads, which is […]

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