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Malaysia delivers a storm of Formula 1 action

2012 Formula 1 Malaysian Grand Prix Malaysia delivers a storm of Formula 1 action. TOM WILKINSON reports on thrills, spills and plenty of rain – it’s round two, in Sepang. After another close qualifying session, we were set for a thriller in Sepang. With heavy rain threatening before the start, there was plenty of speculation […]

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Original Beetle still puts a big smile on your face

This Beetle is one of the last to be built in Europe and is now part of Volkswagen’s heritage fleet. DAVID HOOPER takes it for brief, but delightful drive. TWO new Volkswagen models could be right up! your street, the new generation of the Beetle, and VW’s entertainingly-named city car, the up!. I’ve driven both […]

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New Beetle is more spacious and practical

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Volkswagen Beetle As VW’s new Beetle goes on sale, DAVID HOOPER has a look at the new range and previews the 1.2-litre model which goes on sale later this year. The Volkswagen Beetle is surely one of the most iconic cars ever made and now, a new generation of the […]

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Jetta now rivalling its big sister Passat in size

Once no more than a booted Golf, motoring writer Keith Ward reports on the new VW Jetta, which is now nearly as big as the Passat in the next class up. Volkswagen’s latest Jetta is now nearly the same size as the Passat. TIME was when the Jetta was simply a booted, saloon or notchback […]

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