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The latest family cars tested: is plug-in hybrid the fuel type of choice?

The latest family cars tested: is plug-in hybrid the fuel type of choice?

Our latest batch of tests include cars from Vauxhall, Volvo, Volkswagen and Citroen. purporting to offer the best of petrol and electric propulsion. Find out what we made of these PHEVs and conventional family cars in the form of the new Volkswagen Golf Estate and updated Hyundai i30 hatchback.

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Petrol, hybrid and electric family cars rated: which aced our tests?

Petrol, hybrid and electric family cars rated: which aced our tests?

If you’ve been putting off buying a new car during the pandemic, the delay could have worked in your favour. Lockdown restrictions haven’t held manufacturers back from launching new models...

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Car dealerships are opening – is now a good time to buy a new car?

Car dealerships are opening – is now a good time to buy a new car?

Is it a good time to buy a new car, now that sales have plummeted and dealerships are reopening?

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Plug-in hybrid cars use more fuel than official figures claim

Plug-in hybrid cars use more fuel than official figures claim

Which? tests have revealed that motorists could be paying up to £400 more in fuel per year, on average, compared to plug-in hybrid car manufacturers' own official fuel claims

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Automatic cars: what you need to know about automatic transmissions

Automatic cars: what you need to know about automatic transmissions

Whether you’re looking for an off-road SUV or a small city car, chances are that any model you’re considering is offered with an automatic transmission. Once the preserve of the...

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Which cars should you look out for in 2021?

Which cars should you look out for in 2021?

Discover which cars were the highlight of our year in 2020. Plus we reveal the cars to watch out for in 2021.

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Family car is a Don’t Buy following crash test concerns

Family car is a Don’t Buy following crash test concerns

The Hyundai i10 received only three stars out of five for safety in official crash tests. We don’t recommend you buy any car that gets such a disappointing score or...

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Five new hybrid and electric cars to look out for in 2021

Five new hybrid and electric cars to look out for in 2021

With much of the UK population spending most of 2020 shut indoors, it’s no surprise to see that new car sales have fallen through the floor. However, despite a 30%...

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Car prices after Brexit: should you buy now?

Car prices after Brexit: should you buy now?

UPDATE 15 Jan 2021: The trade deal the UK agreed with the EU prevented the price rises expected from many car brands (as we outlined below) had a deal not...

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Are hybrid cars reliable?

Are hybrid cars reliable?

With diesel now an enemy of the state, manufacturers are putting their full weight behind petrol-hybrid technology in a bid to make their cars as clean and efficient as possible....

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