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Hyundai Sante Fe is big on value for a full-size 4×4

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Style A big 4×4 which won’t break the bank, DAVID HOOPER puts the latest version of Hyundai’s Santa Fe to the test. A CONSIDERABLE amount of time has passed since I last drove a Santa Fe and having just spent a week reacquainting myself with […]

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Saloon joins its i40 Tourer sibling

The i40 Saloon should be of particular appeal to company car drivers. HYUNDAI has released pricing details and specifications for its all-new i40 Saloon. Going on sale in early January, prices run from £17,395 through to £24,895. As with the i40 Tourer, the Saloon has the lowest Benefit In Kind cost in its class for […]

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Take your SEAT to drive through the recession

Cost effective quality has seen SEAT rise above the recession. Editor DAVID HOOPER says the Exeo ST range will ensure further success for the Spanish carmaker. SEAT’s make-over of the old Audi model has certainly done it no harm. SPANISH carmaker SEAT seems to be able to do little wrong at the moment and has […]

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Nissan Juke is funky, but is it fun to live with?

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: NISSAN JUKE If you think all new cars look the same, DAVID HOOPER, editor of wheelworldreviews.co.uk, says Nissan’s new Juke will make you think again. Nissan Juke is something different, but will everyone like it? SO all new cars are supposed to look the same, are they? Looks like someone […]

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