You could save up to £836 every year on fuel by buying the most efficient medium-sized car we’ve tested, compared to the worst, according to our tests.
20 years ago, Which? joined forces to set up Euro NCAP. £160m and 1,800 crashes later, almost every car now sold in Europe has a safety rating.
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Want to know which are the most reliable cars in the road? So do we. Tell us about your car in our Which? Annual Car Survey, and you could win £2,500.
Four new Ford Fiestas have been announced for 2017, including the new Fiesta Active crossover. Find out here what these new cars will offer.
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The Hyundai Ioniq has got the Toyota Prius in its sensibly styled sights. The Ioniq is smart looking and cheaper - but is it the better car?
Jaguar recalls its F-Pace over a potential fire risk, and Nissan recalls select models of the Qashqai, Juke, X-Trail and Pulsar.