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Top 10 tips for young drivers to cut insurance costs

FORGET the image of furry dice and nothing but joy as they tear up the L-plates and get out on the road on their own… the biggest worry for young drivers is the cost of insurance. More often than not, the cost of the premium is higher than the value of their car, with the […]

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Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 now on sale

Peugeot’s Hybrid4 can be ordered now from dealers. THE world’s first full diesel hybrid, Peugeot’s 3008 Hybrid4, can now be ordered through your dealer. Using a combination of diesel and electric power, the Hybrid4 offers low CO2 emissions and great fuel consumption — and it’s still good to drive. Environmentally friendly, the car has four driving […]

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Mondeo wins green family car title

Ford’s Mondo 1.6 TDCi has been given the What Car? Family Car award. WHAT Car?’s 2011 award for the greenest family car has gone to the most fuel efficient Ford Mondeo. Having taken two of the magazine’s trophies in the overall awards in January, the 65.6mpg 1.6-litre TDCi (turbo diesel) version of the Mondeo clinched […]

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Audi A1 scoops mag’s Car of the Year title

Judges heap praise on Audi’s classy compact. AUDI’S recently introducted A1 scooped the top honour at the prestigious What Car? Awards. The judges were full of admiration for the premium subcompact hatchback, which “comes across as every inch a bespoke premium product“ and “oozes quality everywhere you look and from everything you touch – you […]

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What Car? readers honour Skoda

Skoda models have proven popular with What Car? readers. OVER 30,000 What Car? readers — all with real-world experience of living with their cars — voted Skoda the Best Manufacturer of 2010. Skoda’s multi-award winning range of cars also scored well in their individual categories, with the Octavia placed first in the Small Family car group, while […]

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