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Alfa Romeo Mito 1.4 MultiAir 135 TCT road test report and review

Alfa Romeo Mito 1.4 MultiAir 135 TCT road test: Fast and fun!

With its TCT twin-clutch transmission system, DAVID HOOPER’s road test and review of the Alfa Romeo Mito 1.4 MultiAir 135 TCT proves the little Alfa MiTo is not only fast, it’s fun, too. I HAVE always been a fan of the Alfa Romeo MiTo. It’s friendly “face” with its oval headlights give the car a […]

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Mazda5 Venture

Mazda5 Ventures to offer more style and value

MAZDA has launched two enhanced versions of its popular Mazda5 Venture models – priced from £19,995 for the petrol variant and from £21,290 for the diesel. The pair feature 17-inch bright finish alloy wheels, black mirror covers, black cloth trim with red stitching, chrome exhaust tailpipe trim and power-folding door mirrors and a choice of […]

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Mazda 3 MPS

Unruly Mazda3 MPS is full of fun and great value

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: MAZDA3 MPS Our Mazda3 MPS road test proves this revised hot hatch is a very quick car, but it has a character all of its own. DAVID HOOPER reviews the Mazda3 MPS. THE Mazda3 MPS first went on sale in 2009, so this handsome looking hot hatch is the latest, […]

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Skoda Rapid road tests as historic name returns

NEW SKODA RAPID ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW Squeezing into the Skoda range is this new Rapid model. DAVID HOOPER explains why, and drives two versions of the new car. The new Skoda Rapid, the seventh model line in the Czech company’s expanding range, revives another name from the past – and there was a […]

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Go on, ask him what his favourite car is . . .

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Kia Sportage 2.0 CRDi Ask motoring journalist IAN LAMMING what his favourite car is – and his answer may just surprise you! IT’S the question people always ask me? What’s your favourite car? And the answer never fails to surprise them. After 21 years in the game, badges mean very […]

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‘Less aggressive’ styling for new Peugeot 208

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Peugeot 208 The weather may not have been the best, but a great new car from Peugeot brightened the day in Portugal. DAVID HOOPER, editor of wheelworldreviews.co.uk, drives the new 208 range. PEUGEOT’S executives are the first to admit the French carmaker’s outgoing 207 model didn’t do as well for […]

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Proof of Porsche pudding is in the driving

Classic styling, mixed with the latest technology means Porsche’s Boxster is hard to beat. wheelworldreviews editor DAVID HOOPER explains why it is still one of his all-time favourites. The Porsche Boxster is a beautiful looking car – classically elegant. SOME say that Porsche’s designs are dated, never change much and are a throwback to the […]

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