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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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Mitsubishi’s ASX provides the best of both worlds

ROAD TEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Mitsubishi ASX 4 Good to drive and easy to live with, DAVID HOOPER reviews a top-of-the-range Mitsubishi ASX 4. PEOPLE like SUVs – and the ASX has proved to be a popular choice for Mitsubishi customers since its launch when it filled a gaping hole in the Japanese manufacturer’s range. […]

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Better VW Beetle is now much less of a girlie car

ROADTEST REPORT AND REVIEW: Volkswagen Beetle Now with a more masculine look and feel, IAN LAMMING likes VW’s third generation Beetle. VW’S cutsey Beetle has just slipped off its caftan and sandals and slipped into a pair of steel toed boots. Third generation Bug has shrugged off its girlie accessories and gone for a bolder […]

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Hyundai announces prices of new i30 range

Hyundai’s new i30 hatchback range goes on sale in March and the company has just revealed how much it will cost, and what you will get for your money. Prices for i30 start at £14,495 on-the-road for the entry level Classic model, which comes with insurance ratings from Group 7E, making it one of the […]

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Hyundai reveals details of exciting new Veloster

The Hyundai Veloster has a single door on one side . . . Hyundai has announced full details of its sleek new sports car, the Veloster, which goes on sale in February 2012. The car features an unusual design, with two doors on one side of the car, and only one on the other, in […]

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