Tag Archives: Renault
Captur

Renault set out to Captur hearts and minds

One thing you can’t accuse Renault’s Captur of being is a shrinking violet. Motoring writer Keith Ward finds out if it’s more than an exercise in design. IF the Renault Captur is out to capture attention it succeeds.  Three optional eye-catching colour themes are alluringly dubbed Arizona Orange, Miami Blue and Manhattan Ivory. This car, modest in […]

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Octavia estate

Octavia estate gives you more for less

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Skoda has long made the estate car one of its major features. Motoring writer Keith Ward takes a look at the Octavia Estate. ESTATES loom large in the sizeable Skoda Octavia range, accounting for more than half the 46 versions and around one third of this model’s sales. Like the […]

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Zoe

Can Renault’s Zoe spark change of attitude?

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Renault is just one manufacturer trying to tempt buyers to go electric. Motoring writer Keith Ward finds out if its Zoe can do the trick. DRIVING an all-electric car is certainly different. Get in and with your foot on the brake press a “start” button.  Hear nothing.  Then see a […]

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Dacia Logan MCV road test review

Dacia Logan MCV gives rivals run for their money

DACIA call the Logan their MCV – standing for Maximum Capacity Vehicle. There’s still the whiff of old Eastern Europe austerity about that, somehow.

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three-wheelers

Three is the magic number… for some

There are plenty of devotees to two and four-wheeled vehicles, but for some the allure of three wheels is just two strong. And now they have a book just to themselves!

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Megane

Megane range has a coupe cabriolet added for 2014

THE latest model which Renault has chosen to revamp is the Megane. The French carmaker has brought out a new Megane Coupe Cabriolet. In common with its other updated siblings, the new model has Renault’s new styling identity and the firm’s R-Link connected multimedia system as standard. The car will be officially unveiled at the […]

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ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Renault Clio Dynamique MediaNav dCi 90 S&S ECO -

Renault Clio Dynamique MediaNav dCi 90 S&S ECO road test review

With its aversion to filling stations, DAVID HOOPER says the new Renault Clio will be a pleasure to own. Renault Clio Dynamique MediaNav dCi 90 Stop and Start ECO review FEW would argue that when it comes to car design, French carmaker Renault is up there with the best of them. Your eye only needs […]

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qashqai

Nissan revamps its popular Qashqai crossover car

THE car which arguably became a pioneer, the Nissan Qashqai, has undergone a revamp. More than two million customers bought the crossover car since its launch in 2007 and helped create a new sector as rival manufacturers followed suit. The Qashqai appeals to both C-segment drivers looking for additional style, technology and excitement as well […]

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