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Which? tests reveal if built-in sat navs are worth the money

Built-in sat navs are often a tempting optional extra when you're buying a new car. Which? tests reveal whether they're worth paying for.

Top 10 most popular products on which.co.uk in August

The most popular product reviews on which.co.uk in August, with mattresses, smartphones and cordless vacuum cleaners all piquing our members' interest.

Volkswagen the latest carmaker to introduce new 2017 scrappage scheme

Volkswagen joins a host of other car manufacturers in offering discounts to drivers looking to trade in their older, more polluting diesel vehicles.

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Police in Wales using dash cam footage to prosecute

Dashboard-mounted cameras, or dash cams, have enjoyed a significant rise in popularity among Britain’s motorists in recent years. Starting out as a must-have device for Russian motorists looking to protect...

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Revealed: the cars you love and hate

We’ve been able to identify the cars that owners have ranked as the most and least satisfying to own, thanks to the results of the latest Which? Car Survey, over...

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New Best Buy cars for 2017

The results of our latest annual car survey are now in. We’ve updated our ratings for 740 new and used cars, based on the real-life experiences of 44,794 car owners. These car...

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Lidl launches cheap £12 spiralizer

Find out if the Lidl £12 spiralizer is worth buying and what you should look for when investing in a new spiralizer for your kitchen.

LA motor show: the real-world cars to watch

The new cars from the 2016 LA motor show likely to make it to a showroom near you, including the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Mini Countryman.

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Toyota recalls 5.8 million cars over airbag fault

Toyota recalls a further 5.8 million cars over potentially fatal airbag fault.

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Paris motor show: the most important new cars

The Paris motor show is hosting carmakers from across the world, which are showing off the cars that will be available to buy from later this year.

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