Formula E
09 Sep 2014

Formula E sees return to car swaps in single-seat racing

When the inaugural FIA Formula E race runs this weekend in Beijing, it will be the first international single-seater race to allow car swaps in almost 70 years.

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Forget Knight Rider meet Trafic Rider
03 Sep 2014

Forget Knight Rider meet Trafic Rider

Renault has released a video, called Trafic Rider to celebrate the recent launch of the all-new Traffic light commercial vehicle, casting it in the role f K.I.T.T.

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New Toyota Kluger will be here in March
09 Feb 2014

New cars for 2014

We bought a record 1.14 million new vehicles in 2013, Now the manufacturers are hoping we’ll buy even more in 2014. Paul Murrell lists what new cars are on the way.

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The Audi S3 will appeal to a broad range of hot hatch buyers
24 Jan 2014

Audi S3 Sportback review

The Audi S3 Sportback will find its way onto shopping lists of European buyers, but the real surprise is that it is also competitive with the Subaru WRX STi and Mitsubishi Evo X.

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The Nissan Juke is bound to polarise opinion with its quirky looks. Will it age well? Only time will tell.
12 Nov 2013

Nissan Juke Review

Nissan’s range is undergoing a long-awaited refresh. The range of SUVs is possibly the broadest on the market and the funky-looking new Nissan Juke is already turning heads and bringing people into showrooms, reports Paul Murrell.

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Kia Rondo offers seven-seats yet isn't much bigger than a Toyota Corolla
12 Nov 2013

Kia Rondo First Drive

People movers are miracles of clever packaging, says Paul Murrell and the Kia Rondo is a seven-up wagon no bigger than a Corolla.

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New Volkswagen Golf GTI driven by Practical Motoring
11 Nov 2013

Volkswagen Golf GTI First Drive

The Volkswagen Golf GTI sets the standard for all other hot hatches and is probably more usable than any of them. Paul Murrell tries the latest version to see if it’s still leader of the pack.

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Frankfurt Motor Show
10 Nov 2013

The A-Z of the Frankfurt Motor Show

It’s reckoned to be the world’s biggest and glitziest car show, and Frankfurt certainly didn’t disappoint this time round as the wraps were taken off a host of new and exciting cars, many of which are headed this way, reports Tony Bosworth.

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