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New car reviews online: Kia Carens and BMW X1

This week we've tested three spacious cars - the Kia Carens, BMW X1 and Toyota Auris Touring Sports - to see if they have what it takes to be Best Buys.

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New car reviews online: the new Honda Jazz has arrived

The eagerly anticipated new Honda Jazz has gone through our tests alongside the Jaguar XE, it's latest saloon, and the Hyundai Tucson compact SUV.

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New car reviews online: BMW 6 Series, Mercedes-Benz GLC and more

The latest car reviews from Which?, including the gas-guzzling BMW 650i M Sport, the efficient new Prius and three Mercedes SUVs.

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Which? reviews the latest Ford Grand C-Max

The latest version of the seven-seat people carrier, the Ford Grand C-Max, has been through our comprehensive lab tests. Is it a Best Buy?

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New car reviews online: Jaguar XE, Toyota Auris, Prius+ and more

Our latest car reviews have something for everyone: from superminis like the facelifted Kia Rio and Peugeot 208, to the hotly anticipated Jaguar XE.

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Half of MOT failures avoidable with simple checks

Nearly half of all MOT failures in 2015 could have been avoided had the vehicle owner carried out a number of basic visual checks beforehand.

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Car emissions: is nobody clean?

It’s not just diesel cars that break emissions limits: petrol and hybrid cars are doing it, too. Which? reveals the worst offenders from our own tests.

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Which? Car Reliability Check tool now live

If you’re considering buying a new or used car, you can now simply check how reliable it’s likely to be using Which?’s interactive Car Reliability Check.

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VW, Audi, Seat and Skoda owners: check your VIN

We show how VW, Seat, Skoda and Audi diesel owners can check to see if their car has the emission-cheating defeat device inside.

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VW diesel emissions – it’s only half the story

Volkswagen Group has come under fire for using a defeat device to cheat official US tests. But it’s not just emission figures that need to be looked at.

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