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My wife and I are in our 70s and own a BMW 118d. Soon we feel we'll need a newer and smaller car, perhaps three years old and economical. Our favourite car that we ever owned was a Citroen C3. What particular...
I don't know a great deal about cars but I'm looking to spend somewhere between £3k and £5k. I've narrowed my choices down to a Volkswagen Golf, Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus or a Skoda Fabia. What do you recommend?
I would like to purchase a mid-size car for about £22,000 - what would you recommend
I want to buy a nearly new Ford Fiesta similar to my Ecoboost Powershift. I understand that the later model year cars have a torque converter and are more reliable than my 2015 dry clutch version of the...
I'm looking to replace a 55 plate Ford Focus diesel with a similar-size family hatchback, this time petrol. Reliability and economy are top of the list. I'm currently doing 25 miles a day on A roads and...
My London based 26-year-old grandson wishes to purchase his first car for occasional journeys out of London, especially to play golf. He wants a fun 'snazzy' car to drive that will take his golf clubs...
My son is changing his Mazda 2 but needs a bigger boot for the impending arrival of his first child. He has seen a 2018 Hyundai i30 for £12k but is something you feel is better for the budget?
I've got £4000 to spend and would like a manual hatchback, petrol around 1.6. I'm doing about 200 miles, on mainly motorways, per week and I'm tall so need good leg room. I want a reliable, sturdy car...
Joint problems mean I have incredible difficulty getting in and out of any seating. I love my 1995 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, it has only done 60,000 miles and runs like a rocket. But as I approach my 70th...
I'm looking for a reliable torque converter hatchback, must be a petrol automatic. I've narrowed it down to either a Mazda 3 2.0 (2014 -) or a Honda Civic 1.8 (2012 -). Can you help me decide which to...
 

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