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Nine new cars you should look out for in 2019

The past year has been one of highs and lows for the car industry. We’ve seen new car sales nosedive, but there has also been a rapid growth in the number...

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Latest SUV car tests reveal new Don’t Buy

Every major car manufacturer now makes SUVs, from budget to flagship models, and from small to ever larger sizes. So how do you pick the best one for you? We’ve...

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Family car favourites: is it worth paying more?

Looking for the best car for your family? The latest cars we’ve driven give you plenty of options to choose from. There’s the cheap and cheerful Renault Clio, popular new...

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Cars too wide for narrow roads – we expose the worst offenders

Many UK roads have width restrictions to prevent large vans and commercial vehicles from using them. But as cars are getting larger, we’ve discovered which models will struggle to navigate...

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The most important cars of the Geneva Motor Show 2018

This week saw the opening of one of the most important events in the global motoring calendar: the Geneva Motor Show 2018. With no homegrown car industry to speak of,...

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5 surprising faults found in new cars

An independent Which? survey* has revealed five unforeseen failings in cars under three years old. These faults prove new models are not always reliable, safe or cost effective. The law...

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How much do Britain’s bestselling cars cost to tax?

Car tax has become confusing. Changes to Vehicle Excise Duty (VED), including new charges for diesel cars in the budget, mean costs are increasing. We tell you how much it...

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BMW and Kia cars put to the test: is either worth your money?

The Kia Stonic, BMW 6 Series GT and Skoda Octavia are under all under the spotlight - did any of these cars impress us enough to be a Best Buy?

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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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