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Kia Niro: Practical, economical and diabolical

Kia has brought a new hybrid model to market, but the Niro is unexciting to drive, says Declan Colley.

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Trofeo is new track-oriented version of sporty Abarth 595

A new, track-focused Abarth 595 has been revealed in the form of the Trofeo, with uprated performance parts.

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Tipo puts Fiat back on the road to the top

Time was when Fiat had a car for everyone and the company’s factories pumped out gazillions of units annually to an audience only too willing to purchase the attractive and cost-effective products on offer.

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The Toyota C-HR: real crossover appeal

A funky hybrid? An offbeat and eye-catching crossover? Can there be such things? And if so, is it possible that a company as staid and conservative as Toyota would be capable of manufacturing such a thing? Declan Colley says the Tpyota C-HR has the answers.

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Alfa Romeo enters the crowded SUV market in style with Stelvio

The Stelvio, which shares many components with the Giulia, is Alfa Romeo’s first venture into the SUV market. Jon Reay finds out what it’s like.

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C3 sparks a French revival for Citroen

CITROËN has always — well, nearly always — been a paragon of style and virtuosity when it comes to the design of their cars and the classics the company has come up with down the years are far too numerous to go through in the limited amount of space we have available.

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Ateca shows the future is bright for Seat

The are those in quiet corners of the VW empire that have, for many years, referred to the company’s Seat brand as ‘The Spanish Patient.’ 

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Peugeot maintains upward trend with 3008

Peugeot is going upmarket and further evidence of the company’s move not simply to a better neighbourhood, but to a very chi-chi address altogether, emerged this week.

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