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Euro NCAP’s car testing saves 78,000 lives in 20 years

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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Which? reviews Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake, Hyundai Ioniq and more

Get the lowdown on the new Mini Countryman in our first drive video and check out our reviews of the Hyundai Ioniq and Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake.

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Volvo S90, Mercedes-Benz SLC and more new car reviews now online

A look at our latest car reviews featuring the stunning new Volvo S90, the stylish redesigned Nissan Micra and the BMW i3 with its new longer range battery.

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Five car faults most likely to affect you

Got a problem with your sat nav, parking sensors or exhaust system? You’re not alone. We reveal the most common car faults.

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Fill in the Which? Car Survey for a chance to win £2,500

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.

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New Ford Fiestas coming in 2017

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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Most satisfying car brands of 2016

Not got the money for a Tesla or Porsche? You may want to buy a Dacia. It's one of the three most satisfying car brands, based on the Which? Car Survey. 

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Infiniti Q30 premium hatchback tested

The Infiniti Q30 is a plush and compact hatchback but is it a Which? Best Buy? We've also driven the Toyota C-HR crossover and taken a peek at the new Audi Q2.

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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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Audi cars: has a new emissions scandal been uncovered?

US-market Audi cars with automatic transmissions may have a defeat device which obscures how much CO2 they really produce.

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