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    Remember a time when everyone who wanted a well-equipped and good value crossover bought a Nissan Qashqai? Now the family crossover buyer has a wide range of affordable SUVs to choose from: the SEAT Ateca, Skoda Karoq, Renault Kadjar and Ford Kuga to name a few. Oh, and the Kia Sportage. Since the...
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    The latest Ford Fiesta takes everything that has given its predecessors so much success – practicality, sensible pricing and great handling – and adds in extra comfort, refinement and technology. It’s easily one of the best small hatchbacks on the market. Perfectly set up for British roads, with revised...
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    The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is arguably even more desirable than rivals including the BMW 3 Series, Audi A4 and Jaguar XE. As well as sleek looks that echo the S-Class, the S-Class is based on a new platform with more interior space than the old model, especially for rear seat passengers. The latest...
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    The Superb is the halo model in the Skoda range and remains true to its creator’s value for money principles by providing the size and feel of a luxury saloon for the same cost of a family hatchback. As a result the Superb represents excellent value, with no other model coming close to matching its...
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    The 2006 Honda Civic still marks a real revolution in design. In terms of styling - both inside and out - it is unlike anything else on the road and a huge departure from its dull predecessor. Replacing it was never going to be an easy task for Honda so for this - the ninth generation of the Civic...
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    The Corolla Touring Sports is Toyota at its very best. All versions are smooth to drive, refined and comfortable over a long journey. It won't set many pulses racing when it comes to driver engagement, but if you choose one of the efficient hybrid versions then you'll probably never buy a diesel estate...
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