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MINI announces new Paceman model line-up

THIS is the next new Mini to join the ever-increasing line-up. It’s called the MINI Paceman and will be launched in the UK in March next year. Mini says it’s a coupe interpretation of the Countryman and there will be four versions on offer, including a Cooper S model which will have a 0-62mph of […]

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Built in Britain Hondas are cause of Civic pride

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Honda range Around 95 per cent of all Hondas sold in the UK are built at the company’s Swindon plant. DAVID HOOPER catches up with some of the company’s latest models. HONDA may be a Japanese manufacturer, but some of its most popular models are built at its Swindon plant […]

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Roller Team offers 2013 motorhomes at 2012 cost

EVERYONE loves a bargain – and they don’t come much bigger than this fabulous introductory offer on the 2013 Roller Team range. Customers who order their new Auto-Roller or T-Line motorhome before October 22, the end of The Motorhome and Caravan Show, at Birmingham’s NEC, will pay 2012 prices – and that’s guaranteed. Speaking at […]

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Peugeot 208 range hits the showrooms

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Peugeot 208 range As Peugeot’s new 208 range hits the showrooms, KEITH WARD has a look at the range and puts two of the new cars to the test. FOR decades now, models as they are replaced in all categories have come out bigger (more for your money) and heavier […]

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Tonka toys for big boys – the Barbarian does the lot

 Mitsubishi L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian road test and review Like Tonka toys for grown-ups, Mitsubishi’s Barbarian is big and brash, will go anywhere and do anything. Wheelworldreviews.co.uk editor DAVID HOOPER spent a week getting to know one. PICK-UP trucks were once the exclusive steeds of tradesmen – but not any more! Today they […]

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Mazda drives into future with Skyactiv technology

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Mazda CX-5 range Mazda’s Skyactiv technology not only heralds the CX-5 compact crossover, but a whole new philosophy. Wheelworldreviews editor DAVID HOOPER travels to Scotland to test drive the results of some Blue Sky thinking. THE boffins at Mazda have been doing some “Blue Sky” thinking about the future direction […]

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Vauxhall Ampera won’t run out of electric power

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Vauxhall Ampera Unlike other electric cars, Vauxhall’s new Ampera has a range-extending petrol engine, so you will never run out of power. DAVID HOOPER is one of the first to drive this unique new car which is on sale from May 1. With the launch of its new Ampera, Vauxhall […]

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Becoming fluent in French electric cars

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Renault Fluence ZE Charging around in an electric car, wheelworldreviews.co.uk editor DAVID HOOPER looks at the pros and cons of Renault’s battery-powered Fluence ZE. THERE’S been a bit of a buzz about electric cars in the last few years, but with few sales in the UK, it still seems to […]

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