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    The Skoda Octavia Estate is a no-nonsense holdall that offers more space and equipment than a Volkswagen Golf Estate at a lower price point.  And to underline the fact that this is fuss-free motoring, Skoda has called it a plain and simple estate. Not a Sportwagon, not a Tourer and not even a Sports...
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    If you're after a big premium estate, you've never had it so good. The quality of models from the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and Audi mean there are really no bad choices. Whatever you choose, you're unlikely to be disappointed. In fact there are such fine margins between them, heralding...
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    The 3 Series Touring is the largest ever – its 495 litre load area is 35 litres larger than the outgoing model, and it can be expanded to 1500 litres with the seats folded.  The rear seats have a 40/20/40 split set up, meaning skis or snowboards can be stowed with four occupants in the car. The boot...
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    Despite a series of setbacks and delays, the new Ford Mondeo Estate feels thoroughly up to date, with sharp styling, great handling and a spacious, practical boot. It also offers plenty of modern technology and is competitively priced. In terms of size, the estate variant offers 525 litres of space...
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    A big estate with more than 550PS that can out accelerate most Porsche 911s. It doesn't seem like an obvious car to build but if anyone is going to do it, you can count on Audi. So step forward the mighty RS6. Yes it doesn't make much sense, especially given the price tag and how expensive it is to...
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    The British-built Honda Civic Tourer is the next step in the development of the Japanese company's longest-lived model line. The arrival of the five-door estate bolsters a range, which got off to something of a slow start following its launch in 2012. It's taken two years for the Civic Tourer to surface...
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