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Will the new Renault Zoe make you go electric?

The new Renault Zoe is both reasonably affordable and should have a decent driving range - is this the car that convinces you to go electric?

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Five cars we want Nissan, Tesla, Ford, BMW and Seat to fix for free

One in five Nissan Qashqai owners told us in our last survey that they had to replace their battery in the past 12 months. According to our figures, that means you're four to five times as likely to see your battery fail in the Qashqai than another car. The numbers point to an inherent fault with the car – so why should consumers foot the bill?

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Tesla Model 3 gets perfect score in crash test

Tesla Model 3 gets a perfect score in Euro NCAP tests - and would you pay £750 extra for better safety? The new Skoda Scala ranks as one of the safest family cars to date.

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Life savers: seven new cars ace Euro NCAP safety tests

The new Renault Clio, hybrid Toyota Corolla and all-electric Audi e-tron among the seven cars to get top marks for safety from Euro NCAP.

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Tesla Model 3: don’t be fooled by ‘full self-driving’ claims

Tesla Model 3; it’s the first car from the electric car pioneer with a sub-£40,000 price - but there's something you need to know about one of its claims.

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Car tax increases – how are you affected?

Car tax rates have increased as of 1 April 2019. Owners will likely see a small increase, but those buying a new, highly polluting car, will need to pay £65 more in the first year.

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ULEZ sign in a busy London street

How will the ULEZ ultra-low emission zone affect car owners?

The ULEZ (ultra-low emission zone) comes into force in London as of 8 April, and will operate 24 hours a day, every day of the year. New rules also mean...

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Jaguar and Land Rover cars recalled for excessive CO2 emissions

Jaguar Land Rover is recalling over 44,000 cars made between 2016 and 2019 for producing excessive carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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New car emission tests uncover some big polluters

New organisation Green NCAP has launched today – it’s a European consortium that publishes independent emissions and fuel efficiency results. It’s released results for 12 cars and the biggest polluter...

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Luxury cars and SUVs are the least reliable

When you’re buying a new car,  you might think that a higher price guarantees reliability – but nothing could be further from the truth.  According to the last Which? car...

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