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New Large cars

50 New Large cars reviews available

  • Suzuki Kizashi (2012-2013)

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    New price: £21,735 - £21,735

    Large saloons with four-wheel drive are rare indeed. Can the Suzuki Kizashi score highly in a very narrow market niche?
  • Toyota Avensis (2009-)

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    New price: £16,975 - £28,745

    Toyota sticks to what it knows with the latest Avensis, safely in the middle of the road and similar to the previous version. We ask - is that enough?
  • Toyota Prius (2009-)

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    New price: £21,995 - £28,345

    The 2009 Toyota Prius was the most radical design for the model since it first appeared. The big question is, has it improved on the original?
  • Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid (2012-)

    Toyota Prius Plugin Hybrid 2

    New price: £33,395 - £34,895

    Plug-in Prius records best-ever fuel economy in Which? tests
  • Vauxhall Ampera (2012-)

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    New price: £33,750 - £35,495

    Is Vauxhall's 'range-extender' hybrid the next revolution in motoring?
  • Vauxhall Insignia (2008-)

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    New price: - - £36,580

    Replacing its standard issue rep car, the Vectra, with something better wasn't the most challenging of tasks for Vauxhall. Enter the Insignia.
  • Volkswagen CC (2012-)

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    New price: £24,030 - £31,940

    Our full review of the updated VW CC four-door coupe
  • Volkswagen Passat (2000-2005)

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    New price: £18,990 - £35,275

    The big saloon in the VW range and a rival for such models as the Ford Mondeo and Peugeot 406. This Passat is now a cheap secondhand option.
  • Volkswagen Passat (2005-2010)

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    New price: £17,745 - £35,275

    Continuing the Passat name, the 2005 model is as large and saloon-like as it's forerunner. It's also available in eco-friendly BlueMotion spec.
  • Volkswagen Passat (2010-)

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    New price: £20,365 - £28,195

    Just how good is the latest Volkswagen Passat?
  • Volkswagen Passat (2015-)

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    New price: £22,215 - £36,905

    With sleek styling and a noticeable step-up in quality, the new Passat aims to beat BMW and Mercedes at their own game.
  • Volkswagen Passat CC (2008-2011)

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    New price: £21,930 - £33,995

    Introduced alongside the latest version of Volkswagen's Passat is the Passat CC model, a four-door coupe version of its namesake.

Used Large cars

73 Used Large cars reviews available

  • Skoda Octavia (2013-)

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    Used price: From £9,995

    Skoda's best-selling Octavia is larger, plusher and pricier. But is it a winner?
  • Skoda Superb (2002-2008)

    Skoda Superb 1a

    Used price: From £1,725

    The Superb is a large 'high-end' saloon from the budget Skoda brand. A contradiction it may be, but the Superb offers a viable alternative to cars like the Volkswagen Passat, Ford Mondeo and Honda Accord.
  • Skoda Superb (2008-)

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    Used price: From £5,095

    The Skoda Superb is called a 'saloonback' as it has both a hatchback and a saloon boot. The Which? team finds out if its as good as it seems.
  • Subaru Legacy (2003-2009)

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    Used price: From £2,525

    Subaru's quirky, 4WD alternative to a 5 Series or Volvo V70
  • Subaru Legacy (2009-)

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    Used price: From £9,350

    The Subaru Legacy and raised-ride-height Outback are relatively rare, but the four-wheel-drive chassis appeals to some drivers. Which? takes a closer look.
  • Suzuki Kizashi (2012-2013)

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    Used price: From £9,395

    Large saloons with four-wheel drive are rare indeed. Can the Suzuki Kizashi score highly in a very narrow market niche?
  • Toyota Avensis (1997-2003)

    Toyota Avensis Hatch 97 2

    Used price: From £925

    The original Toyota Avensis was introduced as a large family hatchback in 1997 replacing Toyota's Carina E model. Does it still cut the mustard?
  • Toyota Avensis (2003-2009)

    Toyota Avensis Saloon 02 2

    Used price: From £1,995

    Introduced as a five-door hatchback, four-door saloon or roomy Tourer estate, the 2003 Avensis was updated again in 2005.
  • Toyota Avensis (2009-)

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    Used price: From £5,095

    Toyota sticks to what it knows with the latest Avensis, safely in the middle of the road and similar to the previous version. We ask - is that enough?
  • Toyota Prius (2004-2009)

    Toyota Prius 2003 4

    Used price: From £4,095

    The hybrid Prius is notoriously popular with celebs and is thought of as one of the greenest cars money can buy. Find out what our experts thought.
  • Toyota Prius (2009-)

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    Used price: From £10,150

    The 2009 Toyota Prius was the most radical design for the model since it first appeared. The big question is, has it improved on the original?
  • Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid (2012-)

    Toyota Prius Plugin Hybrid 2

    Used price: From £16,995

    Plug-in Prius records best-ever fuel economy in Which? tests