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Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid road test report and review

Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid road test report and review

Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid road test report and review: The Hyundai Ioniq comes in three versions, depending on your preferences. DAVID HOOPER is impressed with the quality and attractive pricing which is on offer in one of the new models. HYUNDAI is one of the latest manufacturers to offer cars which, to a greater or lesser […]

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Toyota C-HR Hybrid road test report and review

Toyota C-HR Hybrid road test report and review

Toyota C-HR Hybrid road test report and review

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Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Excel AWD road test report and review

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Excel AWD road test report and review

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Excel AWD road test report and review: Clever hybrid technology with the ability to be a fully electric car for short periods, but DAVID HOOPER asks if hybrids are really the answer for those in search of ultimate economy. THIS is Toyota’s new-fangled RAV4 hybrid – basically a car with its own […]

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McLaren road test report and review

McLaren 570GT and 570S Coupe road test report and review

TAKE a huge chunk of race-honed engineering ability, technical excellence, clinical attention to detail and cutting edge design, then mix with that a huge slice of passion and pride in a brand rarely seen in any industry and what do you get?

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Ford Mondeo 2.0 Ti-VCT Hybrid Electric Titanium road test report and review

Ford Mondeo 2.0 Ti-VCT Hybrid Electric Titanium road test report and review

It has taken some time, but Ford’s first hybrid vehicle to be produced in Europe is making a glimmer of progress in the UK.

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VW Golf GTE front road test report review

VW Golf GTE plug-in hybrid review, road test report

IN a remote area of Northumberland, not far from Hadrian’s Roman Wall, the car park of our recent overnight hostelry offered the surprise of a very 21st century facility – a charging point for electric vehicles.

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VW Passat Estate 2015

New VW Passat range road test report and review

IN 41 years, 22m Passats have been sold worldwide, around 442,000 of them in the UK.

Not only is the latest Mk VIII “all-new”, say VW, but it marks the “biggest-ever jump in changes and features” of a model from them “or any other” car brand.

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hydrogen

Power cut? Start the car engine!

Traditionally, when the power supply is cut in your home, you would dig out the candles and sit and wait it out. In the future, suggests Toyota, you may be able to use its FCV hydrogen-fuelled car to power your home for up to a week!

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