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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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Honda Jazz and VW Up! GTI: family car favourites vs sporty alternatives

We’ve tested family car favourites, including the sport trim of the Honda Jazz, alongside the quick and nippy Volkswagen Up! GTI city car and true sports cars from Porsche and...

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Family SUVs reviewed – plus sporty alternatives

Family SUV sales are soaring, as car buyers are looking for space and practicality. So it’s just as well that we’ve tested a whole host of them at our expert...

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VW and Seat continue to sell thousands of cars with potentially lethal fault

Despite confirming a possibly fatal seat belt fault in May this year, Volkswagen and Seat continue to sell thousands of affected cars – without a permanent fix in place. Earlier this...

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Volkswagen and Seat recall thousands of cars over safety concerns

More than 12,000 Volkswagen Polos sold in the UK since January 2018 are subject to a recall due to a seatbelt issue, the car maker has now confirmed. Seat, also...

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Safety alert: Seat and Volkswagen car seatbelt fault

Warnings over three cars – the Seat Arona, Seat Ibiza and Volkswagen Polo – have been issued after it was found that the rear left-hand seatbelt could come unbuckled.  UPDATE 14...

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Has Which? uncovered the best new family car?

It’s the battle of the family cars – popular stalwarts the Honda Jazz and Volkswagen Golf going head-to-head, with the Honda Civic and Vauxhall Astra snapping at their heels. Plus...

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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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