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TomTom Rider 550 sat nav review

TomTom sat nav is still a ‘must-have’ for bikers with a sense of adventure and a love of two-wheel touring

LAST summer my friend Steve and I ventured beyond the UK’s shores on two wheels for the first time, on a week-long trip to tour the D-Day Beaches and soak up the history and nostalgia that can be found everywhere you look along the Normandy coast. The sandy beaches where today family’s play among the […]

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Volkswagen

Volkswagen musical offerings aim to beat rivals!

VOLKSWAGEN is inviting car buyers who love their music to get into the groove. The carmaking giant thinks that attracting music lovers is the key to boosting sales in the small car market. It is hoping two special editions of its award-winning up! will be in tune with drivers who have a keen ear for […]

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Toyota GT86

Toyota GT86 will appeal to the enthusiast driver

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Toyota GT86 The Toyota GT86 looks fantastic and is attractively priced, but what’s it like to drive? DAVID HOOPER has been finding out. SINCE the demise of the MR2 and Celica models, the Toyota range has been lacking a proper sports car, but now, this superb Toyota GT86 sports coupe […]

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Peugeot 508 SW roadtest proves its family talents

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Peugeot 508 SW Allure HDi 140 Peugeot’s 508 SW proves to be the perfect travelling companion. DAVID HOOPER packs it to the gills with “stuff” and heads south. WHEN it comes to choosing the ideal transport for a family holiday, the “Allure” of a top-of-the range Peugeot 508 SW is […]

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Sporty Peugeot goes about its frisky business!

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Peugeot 308 GT 200 A perky little performer, KEITH WARD subjects the range-topping Peugeot 308 GT to his discerning eye. THIS GT version tops the latest 20-strong 308 range from Peugeot, for many the most stylish of the trio of Gallic brands made up by Citroen and Renault. Think GT […]

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VW Polo road test reveals the sweet taste of success

It’s not hard to see why the Polo is an award-winning car. Motoring Writer KEITH WARD understands why it has enjoyed the sweet taste of success. NOW into its fifth generation, the Polo seems to have been around as long as its namesake mint with the hole. The four-wheeled version has been crowned European Car […]

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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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Mazda CX-5 SKYACTIV ‘makes good all-rounder’

Mazda CX-5 road test and review TOM SCANLAN tests three versions of Mazda’s all-new compact crossover, the Mazda CX-5 SKYACTIV Mazda’s CX-5 is a good all-rounder – whichever version you fancy. There are two 2.2-litre diesel engines, a150PS and a 175 PS; and a 165 PS 2-litre petrol engine. There is a manual and an […]

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