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Car review: Vauxhall Ampera

Vauxhall Ampera

It might be greener than Shrek and save you pounds at the pump but it's unfortunate the electric Vauxhall Ampera only seats four, warns car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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Car review: Peugeot 2008

Peugeot 2008 exterior

The Peugeot 2008 launched in the UK this summer and it's a car which has some people confused already, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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The best and worst Italian cars ever made

Fiat 124

There’s much more to the Italian motor industry than the production of supercars, writes motoring journalist Rob Griffin.

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Car review: SEAT Toledo

SEAT Toldeo

If you like acres of easily scratched, grey plastic inside your vehicle, then the new SEAT Toledo is for you, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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Car review: Isuzu D-Max

Isuzu D-Max exterior

After a tough-as-old-boots workhorse for towing that doubles up as a family motor? Consider the Isuzu D-Max, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay.

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The best and worst Japanese cars ever made

Mitsubushi Lancer Evolution

Which Japanese manufacturers have produced the best cars and which have failed to hit the mark? Motoring journalist Rob Griffin takes a look.

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Car review: Chevrolet Trax

Chevrolet Trax exterior

The Chevrolet Trax offers SUV style for those on a budget. Car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay put it to the test and found it a pleasure to drive.

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Car review: 2013 Subaru Forester SUV

Subaru Forester exterior

Having a conversation in Subaru's new Forester SUV is like having a chat in a busy pub, writes car reviewer Tim Barnes-Clay, but he's otherwise impressed.

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The best and worst Vauxhall cars ever made

Vauxhall Chevette

Vauxhall has been one of the most popular car manufacturers of all time – but some models have enjoyed more success than others, writes motoring journalist Rob Griffin.

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Car review: Audi A4 Saloon

Audi A4 saloon exterior

If you're after a prestige motor in the compact executive car market then four shiny silver rings should do it. Tim Barnes-Clay takes the Audi A4 saloon for a spin.

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