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Abarth
500 (02/2009) — Small but decidedly wicked pocket-rocket.
500C (07/2010) — Fun, performance-packed good handling package.
Grande Punto (2008) — Famous race/rally pedigree. The new leader of the pack?
Punto Evo (07/2010) — Well priced proposition for both trackdays and everyday driving.

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Alfa Romeo
159 1.9 JTDm (2006) — Sporting saloon in the classic Alfa tradition.
159 Sportwagon 1.9 JTDm (2006) — Satisfies your heart and your head.
159 Sportwagon 1750 TBi Elegante (03/2010) — Sleek lifestyle estate.
159 3.2 JTS V6 TI (2008) — Turismo Internazionale... even the name sounds exciting.
Brera 2.2 JTS SV (2006) — Sporty 2+2 coupé from a famous sporting marque.
Brera 3.2 JTS V6 Q4 SV (2006) — Gorgeous body, 260bhp and 4WD. Who could resist?
Brera S 3.2 JTS V6 (2008) — Developed by Prodrive. A true driver's car.
Giulietta 1.4 TB MultiAir Lusso TCT (10/2012) — Still goes as well as she looks and now has the added pull of Alfa's in-house DSG auto 'box.
Giulietta 1750 TBi Cloverleaf (08/2011)Leader of the Alfa pack. Hot hatch? Or Grand Tourer?
Giulietta 1750 TBi Cloverleaf (07/2011) — Gorgeous, distinctive Italian styling. Hot to trot!
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm 140 Veloce (08/2011) — Less taxing alternative to mainstream family hatch.
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm-2 170 Sportiva (04/2013) — Serves up some saucy driving entertainment.
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm 170bhp Lusso (01/2011) — Revs rule. Need we say more?
Giulietta 2.0 JTDm 170bhp Lusso (06/2010) Sexy name. Sexy car.
GT 1.9 JTDm Q2 (2008) — Sassy 4-seat GT coupé + 54.2mpg!
MiTo MultiAir 1.4 TB 135bhp Veloce (04/2010)MiTo range now has another ace.
MiTo MultiAir 1.4 TB 135bhp Lusso (03/2010) — Loving it already!
MiTo TB TwinAir Sprint (12/2012) — Just 875cc under the bonnet but still very much an Alfa.
MiTo 1.4 TB 155bhp Veloce (03/2009) — Pretty + pretty damn quick.
MiTo 1.4 TB 155bhp Veloce (01/2009) — Alfa's all-new sporting 3-dr supermini.
MiTo 1.6 JTDm Lusso (12/2009) — Turbodiesel hasn't harmed Italianate driveability.
MiTo 1.6 JTDm (09/2009) — Stands out in a crowd. Fun to drive.
Spider 2.2 JTS (2007) — New Spider continues Alfa's legacy of iconic convertibles.
Spider 3.2 V6 JTS Q4 (2007) — Head-turning, heart-stealing + loaded with Italian chic.

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Ascari
KZ1 (2006) — Sleek, sexy, scintillating and very seriously quick supercar.

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Aston Martin
DB7 Volante — Supermodel looks + supercharged-six make a great driver's combo.
DB7 V12 Vantage Volante — Spine-tinglingly good.

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Audi
A1 1.2 TFSI SE (04/2011) — The best supermini on the market today.
A1 1.4 TFSI Sport (10/2010) Brilliant engine. This is a car whose zeitgeist has come.
A1 1.4 TFSI Sport S tronic (02/2011) — Classy, compact + capable. What's not to like?
A1 1.6 TDI Sport (10/2010) — Affordable Audi. A sure-fire hit.
A1 2.0 TFSI quattro (11/2012) — Ultra-exclusive (only 20 coming to the UK) 152mph A1 quattro.
A1 Sportback 1.4 TFSI S tronic (03/2012) — Five doors are better than three. Smarter, too.
A1 Sportback 1.6 TDI Sport (10/2012) — Looks chic, is frugal at the pumps and it's fun to drive.
A1 Sportback 1.6 TDI Sport (04/2012) — Fun, frugal, comfortable quality car.
A3 1.6 TDI (07/2010) — 64+mpg on test in real-world driving. Who needs batteries?
A3 1.8 TFSI Sport S tronic (09/2012) — Super-sweet motor that's also impressively refined.
A3 1.9 TDIe — Audi badge, 62.7 miles to the gallon and £35 Road Tax.
A3 Cabriolet 2.0 TDI Sport (04/2014) — Svelte looks. Superb to drive.
A3 Cabriolet 1.8 TFSI Sport (2008) — Fashionable + very useable must-have Cabrio.
A3 Cabriolet 2.0 TFSI Sport (2008) — Show & Go: A3 Cabriolet has got the lot.
A3 Saloon 2.0 TDI Sport (08/2014)In terms of looks, feel and driving ability, the A3 saloon really has got it covered.
A3 Sportback 1.6 TDi (11/2009) — Stylish + 68mpg.
A3 Sportback 2.0 FSI Sport — Satisfaction guaranteed.
A4 2.0 TDIe SE (06/2012) — Classy, fuel efficient, low tax. Serves up a comfortable ride.
A4 2.0 TDIe SE (03/2012) — Incredible 65.7mpg + good performance + assured handling.
A4 2.0 TDI SE (2008) — Bigger, better, all-new A4 trumps BMW and Mercedes.
A4 3.0 TDI SE quattro (2008) — Audi's answer to 3-series and C-Class.
A4 allroad 3.0 TDI quattro S tronic (11/2009) — For all roads, in all weather.
A4 Avant 2.0 TDI SE (2008) — Sleek new estate sure to boost Audi's booming sales.
A4 Cabriolet 2.0T FSI — Turboed drop-top now even more desirable.
A4 Cabriolet 2.4 V6 Sport — Beautiful looking, beautifully-crafted convertible.
A5 Coupe 2.0 TFSI quattro S line S tronic (12/2011) — Offers utter driving refinement.
A5 3.0 TDI quattro (2007) — 'Tasty' in the nicest possible way.
A5 3.0 TDI quattro Sport (2007) — Four-seater coupι. Another brilliant Audi.
A5 Cabriolet 2.0 TFSI (06/2009) — A most elegant and desirable convertible.
A5 Cabriolet 2.0 TFSI SE (09/2009) — Pips BMW + Merc at the post in the looks stakes.
A5 Sportback 2.0 TDI SE (11/2009) — New five-door, five-seat Sportback.
A6 2.0 TDI SE (04/2011) — All-new lightweight A6 is an impressive package.
A6 3.0 TDI quattro SE — Striking, swift + satisfyingly good to drive.
A6 Avant 2.0 TDI SE (11/2011) — A premium estate. Something we rate!
A6 Avant 2.0 TDI SE (09/2011) — Inside and out, a prestigious package.
A6 Avant 3.0 TDI SE Multitronic (04/2012) — Better than BMW or Mercedes).
A6 Avant 3.0 BiTDI quattro S line (08/2012) — Sophisticated and searingly quick.
A6 Avant 4.2 quattro SE (2006) — No surprise that Audi have just had their best year ever.
A6 Allroad 3.0 TDI quattro (07/2012) — More versatile than a traditional A6 Avant estate.
A6 Allroad 3.0 TDI quattro (2007) — Smart lifestyle multi-tasker for discerning drivers.
A6 Allroad 2.7 TDI quattro (2006) — Goes places you didn't know there were places.
A6 Allroad 2.7T quattro — Original Allroad cuts the mustard!
A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI quattro SE S tronic (12/2010) — Stunning. Versatile GT.
A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI quattro S line (11/2010) So good we drove it twice!
A8 3.0 TDI quattro SE Executive (06/2012) A very clever car and a great flagship for Audi.
A8 4.2 TDI quattro SE Executive (09/2010) — S-Class, 7 Series or XJ? Buy the Audi.
A8 4.2 TDI quattro SE Executive (05/2010) — Why Audi is Europe's top premium brand.
A8 4.2 V8 TDI quattro (2006) — Beauty and the Beast. It's a happy ending!
Q3 2.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic (11/2013) — Covetable and classy: a premium-looker and premium player.
Q3 2.0 TFSI 170PS quattro (10/2011) Good enough to frighten Range Rover's Evoque?
Q3 2.0 TFSI 211PS quattro SE S tronic (01/2012) — All the car you'll ever need.
Q3 2.0 TDI SE quattro Auto (11/2011) 8 out of 10 buyers prefer this turbodiesel.
Q5 2.0 TFSI quattro S line S tronic (01/2013) — Premium space in a shrinking world.
Q5 2.0 TDI quattro S line (06/2010) Less taxing quality.
Q5 2.0 TDI quattro SE (2008) — Right image. Right engine. Right spec. Right on!
Q5 3.0 TDI quattro S line S tronic (06/2009) — Close to all-round perfect.
Q7 3.0 TDI quattro Clean Diesel S line (07/2010) — World's cleanest diesel.
Q7 3.0 TDI quattro S line (2007) — Big, bold 7-seat Sports Ute from the Ringmeister.
Q7 4.2 TDI quattro S line (2008) — Imperious. You have arrived!
R8 4.2 quattro (02/2009) — Brilliant user-friendly supercar.
R8 4.2 quattro (2007) — Ultra-desirable 911-rivalling supercar.
R8 5.2 V10 Plus (12/2013)For connoisseurs of high-performance supercars.
R8 5.2 V10 quattro (12/2009) — Ab-Fab all-weather supercar.
R8 5.2 V10 quattro (05/2009) — One of the world's best two-seater sports cars.
R8 Spyder 4.2 FSI V8 (10/2011) Spectacular-looking. Brilliant performer.
R8 Spyder 5.2 FSI V10 quattro (10/2011) Sensational driving 365 days of the year.
RS 3 Sportback (02/2012) — A 335bhp-drive to die for!
RS 3 Sportback (06/2011) — Possibly the perfect all-round performance car.
RS 3 Sportback (06/2011) — Extremely fast, responsive and surefooted.
RS 4 Avant (10/2012) — What other car can do 174mph with kids and dogs on board?
RS 5 (04/2011) — Persuasive. Doesn't need entertaining roads to entertain you!
RS 5 Cabriolet (07/2013) — Deliciously seductive 174mph topless German temptress.
RS 6 Avant (07/2013) — Loads of fun to drive while carrying large loads in the back.
RS 6 quattro Avant (2008) — 572bhp super-estate: Avant-age Audi!
RS 6 quattro Avant (12/2008) — Most powerful road-going Audi ever. Awesome!
S3 quattro S tronic Saloon (07/2014) Über-eager, όber-grippy and όber-desirable all-weather sports saloon.
S3 quattro S tronic (07/2009) — Fire in its belly; derring-do dynamics. Addictive.
S3 quattro Sportback (2008) — Performance that blows the bloody doors off!
S4 quattro (2006) — AWD and a 4.2 V8 to thrill you in comfort from A to B.
S4 Cabriolet 4.2 V8 quattro (2006) — Road-burning roadster + genteel grand tourer in one.
S5 quattro (2008) — Sleek, stealthy, 155mph four-seat coupé.
S5 Sportback (10/2013) — All weather competence. Goes like a wild thing. Looks fab.
S5 Sportback (09/2010) Very much 'a bit of all right'.
S7 Sportback 4.0 TFSI quattro (11/2013) The best £63K you'll ever spend?
S7 Sportback 4.0 TFSI quattro (08/2013) Supercar-slayer with a basketball team's boot.
S8 5.2 quattro (01/2009) Beautifully-crafted. Ice-cool looks + a fiery heart.
SQ5 (08/2013) — 155mph, 62mph in 5.1 and near-40mpg! Seriously Addicitve.
SQ5 (05/2013) — Capable of despatching Porsches and AMG-badged Mercs.
TT Sport 2.0 TDI quattro (12/2012) — Performance, looks and economy from iconic TT.
TT 2.0 TDI quattro (2008)A fistful of reasons to smile in the recession.
TT 3.2 V6 S tronic quattro (2006) — Second-gen TT a real class act.
TT RS (07/2009) — Still a fashion icon but now with knockout punch.
TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI Sport S tronic (09/2012) — Plenty of admiring glances.
TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI (05/2010) — Unadulterated driving pleasure.
TT Roadster 1.8 TFSI (10/2009) — Smart way to downsize without losing face.
TT Roadster 3.2 V6 S tronic quattro (2007) — Bat Out Of Hell.
TT Roadster 3.2 V6 quattro (2007) — A 'sure thing'.
TT Roadster 3.2 V6 DSG quattro (2006) — Original TT still a most desirable machine.

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Bentley
Arnage — Yes, money really does 'torque'!
Continental GT Speed Convertible (10/2013)World's fastest (202mph) four-seater convertible.

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BMW
1M Coupe — Small car; big price and performance.
116d EfficientDynamics 5-dr (07/2012) — The most fuel efficient BMW passenger car to date.
116d Sport 5-dr (07/2009) — May be small (and frugal) but still a proper BMW.
118i SE 5-dr (08/2011) — Now the car it should have been in the first place.
118d SE 3-drProves you can still have fun while saving the world.
118d SE 3-dr BMW's most economical car returns a record 60.1mpg!
120d M Sport 3-dr (01/2009) — Driving to save the planet.
120d SE 5-dr (2008) Will satisfy sporting and non-sporting drivers.
120i SE Convertible (2008) BM's first premium compact convertible for 30 years.
135i M Sport Coupι (2008) — Downsizer packing a slam-dunk punch.
220d SE Coupe (02/2014) — Another series and another fine drive from BMW.
318d Sport Gran Turismo (05/2013) Not a sports saloon or estate but a GT meant for long-legged cruising on open roads.
320d ED (07/2012) — 143mph, 0-62mph in 8 seconds and a real-life 66mpg!
320d EfficientDynamics (04/2010) — 55mpg from BMW's super fuel-efficient saloon.
320d SE (2008) — Facelifted 3 Series saloon a smart contender.
320d Sport (02/2012) — All-new 6th-gen model. Are we impressed? Should you be?
320i SE Convertible (2007) — A pleasure to drive, top up or down.
325i SE Convertible — Cool, practical and stylish metal-roofed drop-top.
330d Luxury Touring (10/2012) — Impressive and persuasive new 3 Series estate.
335i M Sport — Scintillatingly fast sports saloon comes close to upstaging the M3.
335i SE Coupé — Twin-turboed, four-seater coupé kicks up a storm.
420d Gran Coupe xDrive M Sport (07/2014)Dignified and practical approach to modern executive Coupe ownership.
520d SE Touring (10/2010) The best of both worlds + BMW's greatest new engine.
530d SE (03/2010) — 6th-gen 5 Series saloon still the benchmark for the sector.
530d SE Grand Turismo (10/2009) — Unique new 5 Series model.
630i Convertible — A great drive, whichever seat you're in.
650i SE Convertible (03/2011) — Hugely desirable grand tourer. Blistering performance.
640d Gran Coupe M Sport (02/2013) Makes you feel like a million dollars. More spacious than a slinky coupe has any right to be.
640d M Sport Gran Coupe (09/2012) — Sporting, luxurious and desirable four-door coupe.
730d SE (2008) — Technically it's 'the tops'.
730Ld SE — Magnificent Seven!
760Li (02/2010) — V12-engined flagship. It's a rich man's world!
i3 Range Extender (05/2014) — Does away with conventional electric car 'range anxiety'.
M3 Convertible DCT (2008) — M is for Macho.
M3 Coupé — Brilliant!
M3 Saloon (10/2009) — Stunning!
M3 GTS Coupe (06/2011) — £117,630 buys you exclusivity and raw power.
M5 (11/2011) — For buyers with more money than driving skills, it's probably too fast!
M6 Convertible 2+2 (07/2012) — £100,000 buys you the fastest production BMW ever.
M6 (2008) — M6 to Portofino. As good as it gets?
X1 sDrive 20d SE (10/2009) — Rear-wheel drive and permanent 4WD versions.
X1 xDrive 18d xLine (10/2012) — Compact premium 4x4 crossover and the best X1 to date.
X1 xDrive 23d SE Auto (01/2010) — BMW's latest get-you-most-places 4x4.
X3 3.0sd SE — 286bhp Sports Activity Vehicle has plenty of Show 'n' Go!
X3 3.0sd M Sport — First drive of twin-turboed 149mph X3.
X3 xDrive 2.0d SE Automatic (01/2011) — Leader of the 'posh' compact SUV pack.
X5 3.0d SE (2007) — The best-handling 4x4 by far just keeps getting better.
X5 3.0d Sport — 9 out of 10 owners recommend it.
X5 M50d (10/2013) — New X5 better in all ways than its class-leading predecessors.
X6 35d xDrive (2008) — Rule-breaker from BMW.
X6 M50d (12/2012) — Boldly-styled, triple-turboed technological masterpiece.
Z4 sDrive 18i (05/2013) — Tempting new 151bhp range-starter, from £27K.
Z4 sDrive 23i (07/2009) — Retains classic rear-wheel drive but gains folding metal roof.
Z4 sDrive 35i M Sport Auto (01/2014) — Latest Z4 is deliciously more intense.
Z4 3.0si SE Coupé — Has BMW finally out-Porsched Porsche?
Z4 2.5i Roadster — Sharp-edged styling; sharp driving machine.
Z4 3.0i Roadster — Welcome return of the 'Ultimate Driving Machine'.
Z3 2.8 — You don't have to go to the red line to rumble.
Hydrogen 7 — Luxury motoring in a world without oil.

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Cadillac
BLS Luxury 1.9 TiD — You don't have to be a rock star to afford one.
SRX 3.6 V6 AWD Sport Luxury (2008) — Cadillac's crossover will get you noticed.
SRX 3.6 AWD Sport Luxury — First drive of Cadillac's luxury 7-seater SUV.

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Chevrolet
Aveo 1.2 LT (06/2013) — Well-priced supermini that's easy to live with and pleasing to drive... everywhere.
Aveo 1.2 LT (01/2012) — Value for money, low running costs and distinctive styling.
Camaro Convertible (08/2012) — Big, brash 6.2-litre Camaro muscles into the UK.
Captiva 2.2 VCDi LTZ 7-seat (10/2013) — 7 seats, 4WD and rides the tarmac well.
Captiva 2.0 LT 7-seat — Smart-looking SUV for seven.
Cruze 1.6 LS (07/2009) — Smartly-styled saloon with a hint of coupe.
Cruze 1.8i LTZ (11/2011)Every 7 seconds, someone in the world buys a Chevrolet.
Cruze Station Wagon 1.7 VCDi LT (10/2013) A very together estate that's very easy to live with.
Matiz vs Peugeot 107 — Is Small really the new Big? Matiz goes head-to-head with 107.
Orlando 2.0 130PS LT MPV (02/2011) — Seven-seater is no Mickey Mouse MPV.
Spark 1.2 LT (04/2010)Chevrolet's 'bright' Spark ticks all the right boxes.

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Chrysler
300C 3.0 CRD V6 Executive (04/2013) — Hospitable in a genuine American way.
300C 3.0 V6 CRD SRT Automatic (05/2010) — Big on image. You'll be noticed.
300C 3.0 V6 CRD SRT-Design (02/2008) — All-American 'swank tank'.
Grand Voyager 2.8 CRD Limited (09/2013) — Not to be confused with Star Trek: Voyager.
Grand Voyager 2.8 CRD Limited (2008) — No wonder customers keep coming back.
Grand Voyager 2.8 CRD — Space. The final frontier. Voyager has loads of it.
Sebring 2.0 CRD Limited — Ritzy-looking family-size four-door saloon.
Ypsilon TwinAir Red & Black (10/2012) — Packs large car feel into an ultra-compact 5-door body.
Ypsilon TwinAir (03/2012) — Does it tick enough ownership boxes for the customer?

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Citroen
Berlingo Multispace 1.6 HDi 90 VTR (2008) — Whatever your needs, it's got them covered.
C1 Feel VTi 68 5-dr (07/2014) — All-new 'naturally urban' C1 city car.
C3 Picasso 1.6 HDi Exclusive (07/2010) — A practical work of art?
C3 Picasso 1.4 VTi VTR+ (04/2009) — Cute + versatile passenger/load carrying.
C3 1.6 HDi 90bhp Exclusive (12/2009) — Smart. New. C for yourself!
C4 1.6 e-HDi micro-hybrid VTR+ (11/2010) — Customer-focused solution.
C4 1.6 HDi 110 EGS SX Hatchback — Distinctly Citroën; automatically better.
C4 2.0i 16V 180bhp 'by Loeb' Coupι — Irresistibly affordable little gem.
C4 Picasso 1.6 HDi 110 VTR+ 7-seat — Host of innovative class firsts.
C4 Picasso 1.6 HDi EGS VTR+ 5-seat — No wonder sales are booming.
C5 2.0 HDI VTR+ (2008) — Allo! Allo! It's the new Citroen C5.
C5 Tourer 2.0 HDI VTR+ (2008) — Significantly more up-market C5 estate.
C5 Tourer 2.0 HDi VTR+ (01/2009) — Cost effective, stylish and practical.
C6 2.7 V6 HDi — For executive drivers who prefer to be seen but not 'herd'.
C8 2.0 HDi 136 Exclusive 7-seat — Seats + space for the whole family.
C-Crosser Exclusive 2.2 HDi — Perfect timing for politically-correct SUV.
DS3 Cabrio THP 155 DSport (03/2013) — Handles our changeable weather without fuss.
DS3 DSport Pink THP 155 (05/2014) — Chic style. Sporty performance.
DS3 DSport Red THP 155 (05/2013) — Boasts much more style and exclusivity than a MINI.
DS3 DSport 1.6 THP 150 (05/2010) Smart, sassy, sporty three-door.
DS3 Racing (10/2011) — If you're very quick, you can buy this top-dog Citroen DS3.
DS4 Style HDi 160 5-dr (08/2011) — Dare to be different!
DS5 DSport 2.0 HDi 160 (09/2012)If it wore an Audi, BMW, or Mercedes badge, it would pass for a premium product.
Nemo Multispace 1.4 HDi (07/2009) — Compact MPV scores for functionality.

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Dacia
Duster Laureate 1.5 dCi 110 4x4 (10/2012) — Value-for-money family vehicle/country workhorse.
Logan MCV Access 1.2 16v (10/2013)The cheapest new estate car in the UK.

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Daihatsu
Materia 1.5 (09/2008) — Cult car? Fully functional mini-MPV? Yes to both.
Materia 1.5 (05/2008) — Funky five-door mini-MPV.
Sirion 1.5 SX (09/2009) — £10K buys you grin-inducing driveability + 40mpg.
Terios 1.5 SE — Compact 4x4. Easy to live with in town and out.

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Delta
E-4 (05/2011) — High-performance, electric gullwing coupe with 4 full-size seats.

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Dodge
Avenger 2.0 CRD SXT — Aggressively styled and loaded with kit.
Caliber 2.0 CRD SXT — Tough enough to tame Dodge City?
Journey 2.0 CRD SXT Automatic (2008) — 7 seats and it won't break the bank.
Journey 2.0 CRD SXT (2008) — Family 'bus' that doesn't look a bit like one.
Nitro 2.8 CRD SXT (2007) — Looks alone will sell it.

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Ferrari
F430 Spider F1 — Wears its supercar status like the Devil wears Prada.
599 GTB Fiorano F1 — Fearsomely quick, eminently civilised supercar.
612 Scaglietti F1A — Five hundred and thirty two prancing horses.
California HELE (03/2012) — Retractable metal hardtop and dual-clutch transmission makes the California a genuine every-day-of-the-year high-performance driving machine...

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Fiat
500 1.2 Lounge (03/2009) — Standout kerb appeal.
500 1.4 Sport — Cute, funky, must-have motoring status symbol.
500C 1.2 Lounge (03/2013) — Even if you're driving alone, you'll always have a smile for company!
500C 1.2 Lounge (07/2009) — Chic with a capital 'C'.
500C 1.2 Pop (12/2009) — Puts all other small drop-tops in the shade.
500C 1.2 Pop (06/2009) — When is a convertible not a convertible?
500 TwinAir Pop (11/2010) — 875cc two-cylinder TwinAir petrol trumps diesel.
Fiat 500L Trekking 1.6 MultiJet (06/2014) — More character than its rivals + all-weather grip.
500L 1.6 MultiJet Pop Star (02/2013) — Even has an on-board Lavazza coffee-maker.
Barchetta — Snazzy two-seat roadster.
Bravo 1.4 Dynamic T-Jet 150 (2007) — Comfortable and competitively priced.
Bravo 1.4 MultiAir Sport (11/2011) Will inject some welcome ιlan into the family driver's day.
Bravo 1.6 MultiJet 105 Dynamic Eco (2008) — Fiat's Bravo New World.
Coupé Turbo Plus — It's good. But not many people know just how good.
Doblo 1.6 MultiJet 105 Eleganza (01/2011) — Million-seller workhorse MPV.
Panda 1.3 MultiJet 4x4 (09/2013) — Two cars for the price of one: 4x4 and tough city car.
Panda 1.3 MultiJet 4x4 (01/2013) — Off-road capabilities are huge and it's good fun to drive.
Panda Lounge 0.9 TwinAir (10/2012) — A Swiss Army Knife designed and built by Italians.
Grande Punto 1.9 MultiJet 120 Eleganza — Italian style + big-car feel.
Punto Evo 1.4 MultiAir Dynamic 5-dr (01/2010) — The Revolution's here.
Punto Evo 1.4 MultiAir Sporting 3-dr (08/2011) — MultiAir: the star in a reasonably priced car.
Punto Evo 1.6 MultiJet Sporting 3-dr (12/2011) Worth a punt!
Qubo 1.3 MultiJet Dynamic (01/2009) — Small on the outside. Big on the inside.
Sedici 1.6 Eleganza Compact SUV with 4WD on demand.
Sedici MultiJet 1.9 Eleganza Urban-friendly, family-friendly 4X4 sports ute.

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Ford
B-Max 1.0 EcoBoost Zetec (11/2012)Good-to-drive compact people carrier.
C-Max Titanium 2.0 TDCi (2007) — People-mover of distinction.
EcoSport Titanium 1.5 TDCi (08/2014) Compact SUV perfect for the urban jungle.
Fiesta ST-2 (04/2013) — Fast feisty Fiesta leads the pack.
Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Titanium X Auto 5-dr (05/2014) — New Powershift auto for UK's best-seller.
Fiesta Titanium 1.4 Auto (04/2010) — Better still with new auto 'box.
Fiesta Titanium 1.4 Auto (06/2009) — UK's best selling car. And?
Fiesta Titanium 1.6 5-dr (12/2010) — Perfect car for a rally trip to Wales.
Fiesta ECOnetic 1.6 TDCi 5-dr (01/2009) — No road tax to pay.
Fiesta 1.0T EcoBoost Zetec 5-dr (04/2013) — Smart new Fiesta the best supermini by far.
Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 5-dr (06/2012) The industry benchmark for downsizing.
Fiesta 1.6 TDCi Zetec (2008) — Ford's 'smallest large car' is hard to fault.
Fiesta 1.6 TDCi Ghia 5-dr — Still pulling in the customers after thirty years.
Focus 1.6 Duratorq TDCi Zetec (03/2011) — Fifth-gen five-door hatch.
Focus 1.6 EcoBoost 5-dr (01/2011) — Masses of driving support technology.
Focus 1.6 EcoBoost Zetec S 5-dr (12/2011) — Fun to drive. Looks great.
Focus 2.0 TDCi Titanium 5-dr (2008) — Fettled new Focus.
Focus Coupé-Cabriolet 2.0i — Blue Oval returns to 'alfresco' market.
Focus Coupé-Cabriolet 2.0 TDCi (2007) — 48mpg. Just the job for wet summers.
Focus ECOnetic (2008) — Just how 'green' is it?
Focus Estate 1.6 EcoBoost Titanium (07/2011) — Low-CO2 + high tech.
Focus Estate 1.6 TDCi Zetec (07/2011) — Classy family and work transport. But pricey.
Focus Estate 1.8 TDCi Zetec (2008) — Sharply-styled wagon.

Focus RS500 (07/2010) — Very focussed up Goodwod's famous hillclimb.

Focus RS (05/2009) — FWD + 305bhp + 324lb ft = torque-steer.
Focus RS (04/2009) — Brilliant!
Focus RS (02/2009) — Supercar slayer?
Focus ST-2 (08/2012) — Great performance. A fine noise. The right kit.
Focus ST-2 (07/2012) — 154mph Sweeney star is the most powerful ST ever.
Focus ST-2 (2008) — Civilised performance at a civilised price.
Focus ST-3 (08/2012) — Safe, secure, predictable and balanced; even on a track.
Focus Zetec 2.0 TDCi PowerShift 5-dr (2008)Seamless new PowerShift auto.
Galaxy 2.0 Duratorq TDCi Titanium X (05/2010)Accomplished performer.
Galaxy 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (02/2010) A higher class of 'ride'.
Grand C-Max 1.6 150PS EcoBoost Titanium (07/2011) — Easy to handle and drive.
Grand C-Max 1.6 TDCi Titanium (12/2010) — Great package. Realistic price.
Grand C-MAX 2.0 TDCi Titanium (02/2011) — Pure function.
Ka 1.2 Zetec (2008) — Smart enough to appear with 007 in Quantum Of Solace.
Ka 1.2 Zetec (01/2009) — The Ka you've been waiting for?
Kuga Titanium X 2.0 TDCi Powershift (02/2013) — Significantly improved + costs less.
Kuga 2.0 TDCi Zetec — 5 doors + 5 seats + intelligent 4-wheel drive.
Kuga 2.0 TDCi Titanium 2WD (04/2009) — Saves on price, fuel and CO2 charges.
Kuga 2.0 TDCi Titanium (2008) — User-friendly family crossover. Just the job.
Kuga 2.0 TDCi Titanium (02/2009) — Bad weather is 'snow' problem in a Kuga!
Mondeo 1.6 TDCI 115 ECOnetic Titanium XThe 'Little and Large' of the new car market.
Mondeo 2.0 ECOnetic 5-dr (06/2009) — Cleanest and greenest Mondeo.
Mondeo 2.0 TDCi Zetec 5-dr — A lot more car for your money.
Mondeo 5-dr Titanium X 2.0 TDCi (2007) — So good it should have a new name!
Mondeo Estate Titanium 2.0 EcoBoost (12/2010) — Pukka 'exec'.
Ranger Double Cab 2.2 TDCi Limited 4x4 (02/2012) — Comfort, handling + 5-star Euro NCAP.
Ranger Thunder 2.5 TDCi Double Cab 4x4 (09/2009) — Function + fashion.
Ranger Thunder 3.0 TDCi Double Cab — Big. Butch. Cool.
Ranger Thunder 2.5 TDCi Double Cab — Sean Bean drives one!
S-Max Titanium 2.0 TDCi PowerShift Auto (05/2010) — Refined + fun to drive.
S-Max 2.0 SCTi EcoBoost (02/2010) — Seamless shifting twin-clutch autobox.
S-Max 2.0 TDCi — Sporty, well-packaged MPV. Takes top-slot on family wish list.
Puma 1.7 — Sought-after sporting coupé for keen drivers.

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Great Wall
Steed S (07/2012) — 4WD double cab pick-up at a hard-to-walk-away-from £13,998. Tempted?

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Gumpert
Apollo — First UK drive of the 224mph German όber-exotic that does zero to 124mph in 8.9 seconds.

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Honda
Accord 2.2 i-DTEC ES GT (04/2011) — Smart, sensible + good to drive.
Accord 2.2 i-DTEC ES GT (03/2011) — Competent Passat/A4 alternative.
Accord 2.2 i-DTEC ES GT (2008) — Sharp-suited new Accord.
Accord 2.2 i-DTEC EX GT Automatic (01/2009) — First time with diesel + auto.
Accord 2.2 i-CTDi SE — A car to be appreciated.
Civic 1.8 i-VTEC ES 5-dr (08/2012) Meets a multitude of motoring requirements.
Civic 1.8 i-VTEC ES GT 5-dr Automatic (04/2009) — Focussed on families.
Civic 1.8 i-VTEC Si (03/2011) — Striking appearance + passenger comfort.
Civic 2.2 i-DTEC ES (11/2011) 'Brave' looks, 67mpg + a very comfortable ride.
Civic Hybrid EX — Green, yes. But green enough?
Civic Type R GT — Fantastic free-revving engine.
Civic Type S GT 1.8i-VTEC — Slick 'n' sporting three-door hatch made in the UK.
CR-V 2.0 i-VTEC EX 4WD (07/2013)This new 4th-generation CR-V will serve you right!
CR-V 2.2 i-DTEC EX Auto (02/2013) — Diesel-power still mainstay of new 4th-gen CR-V range.
CR-V 2.2 i-DTEC EX Auto (10/2012) — A pleasure to drive. A 'sure thing' purchase.
CR-V 2.2i CTDI EX (2008) — Affordable and socially acceptable family SUV.
CR-V 2.2i CDTi EX — Much more to the CR-V than meets the eye.
CR-Z GT-T (03/2014) — Stylish, sleek, sporty and sensible hybrid.
CR-Z 1.5 Sport (04/2013) — The only hybrid sports car. For the moment.
CR-Z 1.5 IMA GT 3-dr Coupe (08/2010) — Entertaining mainstream hybrid.
CR-Z 1.5 IMA GT 3-dr Coupe (06/2010)World's first sporty hybrid.
FR-V 2.0 i-VTEC SE — Useful Family Recreational Vehicle.
Insight 1.3 HS IMA Hybrid CVT (05/2014) — A consistent 55+mpg + £20K price makes for a gentle and undemanding entry into hybrid motoring.
Insight 1.3 IMA SE Hybrid (07/2009) — Family-sized petrol-electric hybrid.
Jazz 1.3 i-VTEC IMA HS Hybrid CVT 5-dr (01/2013) — Plays a good tune.
Jazz 1.3 i-VTEC HE Hybrid CVT (02/2011) — Supermini-sized petrol-hybrid.
Jazz 1.4 i-VTEC ES (04/2009) — The perfect buy for downsizers?
Jazz 1.4 i-VTEC ES (2008) — Second-generation Jazz has the fizz.
S2000 GT — Genuine Japanese cracker.

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Hyundai
Coupé SIII 2.0 — Outsells BMW's 3 Series Coupé and Mercedes' SLK.
Coupé SIII 2.7 V6 — Smart way to stand out from the crowd.
Coupé SII 2.0 SE — Styled to tease. Sure to please!
Coupé SII 2.7 V6 — Buy one. Drive one. Smile.
Getz 1.5 CRTD CDX+ 3-dr (2007) — Likeable, affordable supermini.
i10 1.0 Blue (02/2011) — The cheapest five-seater with sub-100g/km CO2.
i10 — Small car, small price. Beats rivals for equipment and value-for-money.
i10 1.1 Comfort Automatic (2008) — I Spy a bargain!
i20 1.2 Comfort 3-dr (05/2011) — 50+mpg supermini-sized hatchback fits the bill.
i20 1.2 Comfort 5-dr (01/2009) — An affordable set of wheels.
i30 1.4 Comfort 5-dr — Best budget family car buy. Impressive.
i30 Estate 1.6 CRDi Comfort (08/2011) — Total peace of mind motoring.
i40 1.7 CRDi Tourer Style BlueDrive (08/2011) — Hard to better.
i800 2.5 CRDi Style (2008) Seats eight and still has 851 litres for luggage.
ix20 1.4 Active (10/2010) Value for money + versatile accommodation.
ix20 1.4 CRDi Classic (10/2010) Hard to resist.
ix35 1.7 CRDi SE Nav (01/2014) Very easy to live with. Hard to fault for the money.
ix35 2.0 CRDi 4WD Premium (01/2013) More people than ever are buying the ix35. Why?
ix35 2.0 CRDi 2WD Premium (12/2010) — Affable jack-of-all-trades.
ix35 2.0 CRDi 2WD Style (02/2010) — Smart, value-for-money crossover.
ix35 2.0 CRDi 4WD Premium (06/2010)Easy on the pocket and the eye.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium 4WD 7-seat (04/2013) — Practical, comfortable family-cum-workhorse transport...
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium 4WD 7-seat Auto (11/2012)New-for-2012 model aims up market.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Premium 7-seat Auto (03/2010) — A Great Deal.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRDi Style 7-seat Auto (04/2012) — Sensible, roomy, well equipped multi-seat 4x4.
Santa Fe 2.2 CRTD CDX+ 7-seat — As anti-social as Stuart Little.
Sonata 2.4 CDX — A whole lot of saloon for your money.
Terracan 2.9 CRTD — A whole lot of 4x4 for your money.
Trajet CRTD GSi — A whole lot of MPV for your money.
Veloster 1.6 GDi (04/2012) — Competitively priced and roomy 2+2 coupe.
Veloster 1.6 T-GDI Turbo SE (11/2012) — Turboed Veloster goes some of the way towards becoming a true sports car.
Veloster 1.6 T-GDI Turbo SE (09/2012) — Now with the power to match its ready-to-rumble looks.

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Infiniti
FX Vettel Edition (12/2012)414bhp makes this Sebastian Vettel-flavoured Infiniti the most powerful Infiniti ever made.
G37 Convertible (10/2009) — It's different.
M30d S Premium (03/2011) — Will appeal to celebrities, VIPs, etc.
M35h GT Premium (10/2012) — The world's fastest accelerating hybrid saloon.
M37S Premium (04/2011) — Big, swanky, and will spoil you rotten.
Q50 2.2D Auto Premium (08/2014) — Rarity and an alternative to prestige German marques from Nissan's premium label.

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Isuzu
3.0 Rodeo LE Sport Auto (08/2009) — Ridin' in a Rodeo is right good fun.
Rodeo Denver Max (2007) — Easy ridin', easy drivin' family pick-up.
Rodeo Denver Max PPP — Award-winning pick-up for the leisure market.

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Jaguar
F-Type Roadster 3.0 V6 (12/2013) — A future icon like its E-Type predecessor?
S-Type 2.7 V6 Diesel Sport — Superb twin-turboed V6 diesel power.
S-Type V8 — Refined sports saloon wearing one of the world's best badges.
S-Type 4.2 V8 R — Deliciously addictive supercharged 400bhp sports saloon.
X-Type Estate 2.2 Diesel Sovereign Auto (2008) — The perfect downsizer?
X-Type 2.2 Diesel S Auto (2009) — Still a contender.
X-Type 3.0 V6 Sport Estate — Estate that drives like a sports saloon.
XF 2.2 Diesel Premium Luxury (10/2011) — No pain, only gain, from the stylish 2.2-litre XF.
XF 2.7 V6 Diesel Premium Luxury (2008) — Another Jaguar milestone.
XF 2.7 Diesel Luxury — Jag's thoroughly-modern saloon comes out fighting.
XF 3.0 Diesel 600 S Premium Luxury (09/2009) Lion-hearted cat.
XF 3.0 Diesel S Portfolio (02/2011) — Serenely hard-charging Brit.
XF Sportbrake 2.2 Diesel Portfolio (09/2013) — Just get in and drive. Anywhere.
XJ 2.7 TDVi Executive (2008) — Muscular new look.
XJ 2.7 TDVi Sport — Luxury saloon. But you'd never guess it's a diesel.
XJ 3.0 Diesel Portfolio (11/2011) — Superbly comfortable and dynamically invigorating.
XJ 3.0 Diesel Portfolio (07/2010) — Classy motoring.
XJ8 3.5 SE — Seamless blend of ultra-modern with trad core Jag values.
XJR 4.2 V8 Supercharged (2005)Indecently fast luxury express.
XK Convertible (2007) — Goes head-to-head with 911, SL and 6 Series.
XK8 ConvertibleThe cat's whiskers.
XKR Convertible Supercharged (06/2011) — Bona fide driving joy.
XKR'Wildcat' XKR delivers fantastic driving experience.
XK8 'R' Convertible Sure to set your pulse racing.

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Jeep
Cherokee 2.0 Limited 4x4 Auto (04/2014) Jeep continues its long-standing sports utility 'go-anywhere, do-anything' policy.
Cherokee 2.8 CRD Limited Auto (2008) — Well kitted-out. Iconic Jeep fashion.
Commander 3.0 CRD Limited (2007) Go-anywhere-do-anything 7-seater 4x4.
Compass 2.2 CRD Limited 4x4 (04/2011) — Tough not gruff compact 4WD SUV.
Grand Cherokee 3.0 CRD V6 Overland (01/2012) — O lucky man!
Grand Cherokee Overland (07/2011) — The 4x4 legend returns! Better than ever.
Grand Cherokee 3.0 CRD (04/2011) — Off-road an easy match for the Range Rover.
Patriot CRD Sport (2007) Ideal for families + doubles-up as a rugged workhorse.
Wrangler 2.8 70th Anniversary (11/2011) — Civilised all-American hardcore 4x4.
Wrangler 70th Anniversary 2-dr (08/2011) Memorable or memorabilia?
Wrangler Sport The 'greenest of the green'?
Wrangler Unlimited 2.8 CRD Sahara (2007) — Tougher than a Texas Ranger.

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Kia
cee'd 2 1.6 CRDi EcoDynamics (10/2009) — All about easy driving 'n' easy living.
cee'd 1.6 CRDi LS — Sure-to-succeed family transport with 7-year warranty.
cee'd Sportswagon 1 1.4 CRDi ISG (03/2013) — Welcome on my drive any day of the week!
cee'd SW 2 1.6 CRDi EcoDynamics (12/2010) — Ideal, economical family estate.
cee'd SW 2 1.6 CRDi (12/2009) — Very nice product at a very nice price.
cee'd SW 1.6 CRDi LS — Exceptional value-for-money 'lifestyle' estate.
Carens 1.7 CRDi 2 ISG (06/2013) — A rock-solid buy.
Carens 1.7 CRDi 3 Sat Nav (02/2014) — Smart-looking, well-priced, and very well fitted-out.
Magentis 2.0 CRDi TR (07/2009) — Well-specced, perfectly competent family car.
Optima 2 Tech 1.7 CRDi ISG (03/2012) — Well, Kia, here's another nice car you've gotten me into!
Optima 2 Tech 1.7 CRDi (01/2012) Classy flagship saloon offering real value for money.
Picanto 1.1 Ice — Easy on the eye and, at just £6,995, very easy on your pocket.
Picanto 1.25 3 5-dr (02/2012) — Smart. Great value. And most definitely a 'sure thing'.
Picanto 1.25 EcoDynamics 2 5-dr (05/2011) — Small car with a 'grown up' feel.
pro_cee'd 4 1.6 CDRi (05/2012) — Three doors better than five.
pro_cee'd (2008) — Ready to go? Then pro_cee'd!
pro_cee'd 1.6 T-GDi GT (01/2014) — Has 'buy me' written all over its sleek body. As the
Borg would say: 'Resistance is futile'.
pro cee'd GT Tech (11/2013) — Sporty game-changer for the Kia brand.
Rio 5-dr 2 1.1 CRDi EcoDynamics (03/2012) — Smart styling, interior space and 55+mpg.
Rio 5-dr 2 1.4 (12/2011) — Big-car feel, refined air and classy style for not a lot of money.
Rio 2 1.5 CRDi (08/2011)Good deal that's hard to pass up.
Sedona 2.2 CRDi 3 Auto (01/2010) — Kia goes from strength to strength.
Sedona CRDi LS — Easy-to-live-with 7-seater for your tribe.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-2 SatNav AWD (02/2014) — Seats seven. All-wheel drive. Comfortable. Loaded with kit. Nice to drive. And the price is right.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-3 7-seat 4WD Auto (09/2010) — Urbanised + family-friendly.
Sorento 2.2 CRDi KX-3 7-seat 4WD Auto (04/2010) — Now with 7 seats.
Sorento 2.5 CRDi XS Auto (01/2010) — Easy-driving. Very big on spec and space.
Soul 2 1.6 CRDi (02/2009) — Innovative packaging and individuality.
Soul 2 1.6 CRDi Auto (10/2009) — Everybody could do with more Soul in their life.
Soul Hunter 1.6 GDi (03/2012) — California-esque looks. Fun to own and drive.
Soul Searcher 1.6 CRDi (09/2011) — A 'bod' for fun!
Sportage 1.6 GDi 2WD (03/2011) — Petrol-powered model to dispel the 'motoring blues'.
Sportage 1.7 CRDi 3 SatNav 2WD (09/2011) — Has 'want one' written all over it.
Sportage 1.7 CRDi 3 SatNav 2WD (02/2011) — The right product at the right time.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi KX-4 (10/2012) — Super-specced, AWD KX-4 is easy and satisfying to drive.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi First Edition AWD (08/2010) — Designed by the original TT's designer.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi Titan 4WD (07/2009) — Pleasant-to-drive, family-friendly soft-roader.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi XS — Affordable, compact 4x4 for 5.
Sportage 2.0 CRDi XS 4WD — Strongly revised soft-roader is an easy car to like.
Venga 2 1.4 (03/2010) — Compact on the outside; big on the inside.
Venga 3 1.4 CRDi (08/2010) — Downsizing? No problem!
Venga 3 1.6 CRDi (03/2013) — Family-sized space and practicality with comfort for all in a stylish shell + real-world 50mpg economy.

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Koenigsegg
CC8S — 240mph Koenigsegg unleashed in the Scottish Highlands.

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Land Rover
Defender 90 XS Station Wagon — Defender of the faith. Likeable rough diamond.
Defender 110 Double Cab (01/2009) — The ultimate off-roader?
Defender 110 XS Station Wagon Td5 — Been there. Done it. Got the T-shirt.
Discovery 4 3.0 SDV6 HSE (01/2012) There's no better heavyweight go-anywhere 4x4.
Discovery 4 3.0 SDV6 HSE (07/2011) — 100% home-grown talent. Brit Rules!
Discovery 4 3.0 TDV6 HSE 7-seat (09/2009) — Best large off-road workhorse SUV.
Discovery 3 2.7 TDV6 HSE (2008) — Need a hero? The world's most decorated SUV.
Discovery 3 2.7 TDV6 HSE — Smart and highly competent third-gen Disco.
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE Lux (09/2013) — Give it a mission, and it's 'mission accomplished'!
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE Lux (01/2013) — Tougher, plusher and altogether more desirable.
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE (03/2011) — New 2.2 diesel power + cabin makeover.
Freelander 2 2.2 SD4 HSE (02/2011) — Anywhere, anytime, any weather driveability.
Freelander 2 2.2 TD4 HSE — Impressive all-round package for on road and off.
Freelander 2 2.2 TD4 HSE Auto — Automatically better!

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Land Rover Range Rover
Range_Rover e Hybrid (02/2012) Luxury diesel-electric off-roader.
Range Rover 3.0 Td6 — 1,000 miles in the depths of winter and first class all the way.
Range Rover 3.0 TDV6 Autobiography (01/2013) — The most all-round capable car in the world.
Range Rover 3.6 TDV8 Autobiography (02/2010) — Expensive. But you get the absolute lot.
Range Rover 4.4 TDV8 Autobiography (03/2011) — Most capable + luxurious SUV on the planet.
Range Rover 4.4 Vogue — One of the finest vehicles on the road. At any price.
Range Rover Hybrid Autobiography 3.0 SDV6 HEV (12/2013) — Must-have, efficient hybrid technology.
Range Rover TDV8 Vogue SE — The world's most complete luxury 4x4.
Range Rover Evoque SD4 Prestige (12/2012)Amazingly feel-good: you never want to get out!
Range Rover Evoque SD4 Dynamic 4WD (10/2011) — New 'baby' Range Rover a big hit.
Range Rover Sport 3.0 SDV6 Autobiography Dynamic (07/2013) — Try it and you will buy it.
Range Rover Sport HSE (2008) — Right royal one-upmanship.
Range Rover Sport HSE 3.0 TDV6 (07/2011) — The Sport is The Player!
Range Rover Sport HSE 5.0 V8 Supercharged (08/2009) — Imposing 4x4 + sportscar performance.

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Lexus
CT 200h Advance (03/2014) — Exclusivity of ownership value.
CT 200h SE-L (07/2011) — Forget electric. Go hybrid Lexus.
CT 200h SE-L E-CVT (03/2011) — First full hybrid small luxury car.
GS 250 Luxury (08/2012) — Now petrol-powered and £12K cheaper than the hybrid GS.
IS 220d SE — Or would Sir prefer a 3 Series, A4 or C-Class?
IS 250C SE-I (10/2009) — 'Grand Tourer' from Toyota's premium brand.
IS 250 F-Sport Automatic (11/2010) — Beautifully made. A hidden gem.
IS-F (04/2011) — Enough tyre-shredding potential to satisfy The Stig.
IS 300h Premier (08/2013) — IS hybrid really any better than diesel?
LS 460 SE-L — Executive 'smoothie'.
LS 600h L — Technological tour de force.
RX 450h Premier (01/2013) — A worthy alternative to prestige models from Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar, Land Rover/Range Rover?
RX 450h SE-L (08/2009) — Guilt-free SUV.

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Maserati
Coupé GT — Very Seriously Quick GT brimming over with Italian brio.
GranCabrio (05/2010)Thank goodness cars like this still exist.
Quattroporte — Fabulously enjoyable super-saloon. Simply gorgeous!
Quattroporte Executive GT Automatic (2007) — Truly, madly, deeply desirable.
Quattroporte Sport GT Automatic — 4-dr sports grand tourer. Bellissimo!

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Mazda
Mazda2 1.4D TS 3-dr (2008) — Now with lighter, leaner 3-dr body.
Mazda2 1.3 TS2 5-dr (2008) — World Car of the Year.
Mazda3 2.0 Sport Turbo Diesel — Got a family? No need to give up the Zoom-Zoom.
Mazda3 2.0 120PS Sport Nav (03/2014) — All-new '3' really does stand out.
Mazda3 MPS (07/2011) — Fast! Ichiban nakano ii tomodachi (your Number One friend).
Mazda5 1.6 Diesel TS2 (02/2011) — 'Flowing waves' down the sides of the body?!
Mazda5 2.0 Sport (11/2010) — Best mid-size Multi-Function Vehicle?
Mazda5 2.0 TS2 (09/2011) — Smart, comfy and versatile. And doesn't penalise keen drivers.
Mazda5 2.0 Diesel SportZoom-Zoom for 6+1.
Mazda6 2.0 Diesel TS 5-drZoom-Zoom with Room-Room.
Mazda6 2.2D Tourer Sport Nav (04/2014) — Strong family appeal along with the ability to keep keen drivers smiling.
Mazda6 2.2D SE-L (02/2013) — Mazda's sexy new 'six' is the class leader.
Mazda6 2.2D Estate TS2 (06/2011) — Packs in a lot. Comes well-packed with kit.
BT-50 TS2 — Hard on the outside, soft on the inside pick-up.
CX-5 2.2D SE-L Nav Auto (04/2013) — Classy enough to give all its rivals more competition than they'll want.
CX-7 2.2 Diesel (04/2010) Dare to be different!
CX-7 Sport Tech 4x4 (02/2010) — CX-7 gets new turbodiesel engine.
CX-7 2.3T (2008) — SUV with sportscar handling and Zoom-Zoom performance.
MX-5 2.0i Roadster Sport — Entertaining 'classic' front-engine rear-drive roadster.
MX-5 Roadster Coupe 1.8i SE (10/2011) — Engaging driver's sports car for all wallets.
MX-5 Roadster Coupe 2.0i Sport Tech Nav (06/2014)Grin-generating blacktop motoring every time you fire up the engine.
MX-5 Roadster Coupe 2.0i Sport Tech (06/2010) — Pleasantly addictive.
MX-5 Roadster Coupe 2.0i Sport — The world's most popular roadster.
RX-8 R3 (09/2009) — Looks the biz. Does the biz. Still the biz!
RX-8 R3 (2009) — Looks the biz. Does the biz.
RX-8 — Fully-fledged sports coupé with 4 seats and 4 doors.

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Mercedes
A 180 CDI Classic SE 5-dr (2008) — More of the same. Only better.
A 200 Avantgarde SE — Impressive big 'small' car.
A 250 BlueEfficiency AMG Sport (02/2013) — New A-Class Mercedes-Benz rates a triple 'A'.
B 180 CDI BlueEfficiency Sport (06/2012) Ideal for premium compact family car buyers.
B 180 CDI SE (2008) — Worthy step up from the A-Class.
C 180 Kompressor SE Estate (2008) — 'C' for Classy.
C 220 CDI Sport — 'A'-lister from Mercedes.
C 220 CDI Elegance Estate (2008) — Raises the bar for compact premium estates.
C 320 CDI Sport — 'Two-faced' new C-Class is hard-to-fault.
CL 500 BlueEfficiency (09/2010) 435bhp makes it more of a driver's car.
CL 500 (2007) — Elegant, expensive and very desirable.
CL 500 — Classy drive.
CLC 220 CDI SE (2008) — Sporty-looking three-door compact coupe.
CLK 220 CDI Sport — Who says you can't have too much of a good thing?
CLK 320 Cabriolet — Stylish, refined, seriously capable 4-seater drop-top.
E 200 CGI BlueEfficiency SE Estate (07/2010) — Affordable running costs.
E 200 BlueEfficiency CDI SE (02/2010) Praised by the press.
E 280 CDI Avanagarde — 2,000 reasons why you should buy one.
E 350 Avanagarde Estate — Something we rate!
GL 420 CDI — Go everywhere in comfort in Merc's luxury 7-seat SUV.
ML 270 CDI — As competent in the rough as it's comfortable in the city.
ML 320 CDI Sport (2008) — A classy AWD act.
R 280 CDI SE — Undeniably stylish, refined and comfortable. And good to drive.
R 320 CDI L SE — Sporty saloon, large estate and premium SUV all in one.
S 320 CDI — The best-selling luxury saloon?
SL 350 — Accomplished driving machine.
SLK 200 Kompressor (2008) — Roadster and also a full-on sports car?
SLK 350 — Fast, furious, graceful, poised. Try one. Buy one!

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MG
MG3 Form Sport 5-dr (03/2014) — Affordable (£9,549). Stylish. Fun to drive.
MG6 Magnette 1.8 TSE (07/2011) — Back from the dead. An MG, but not as we know it!
TF LE500 (05/2009) Genuine mid-engined, rear-wheel drive sports car.
TF 120 Stepspeed — Fun roadster goes auto.
TF 160 1.8 VVC — Good time guaranteed in MG's racy roadster.
ZR 160 — Hot hatch lives up to the tag.

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MINI
Cooper Clubman — Max'd MINI.
Cooper D Clubman — Sassy little load-lugger.
Cooper — Greener 'n' meaner!
Cooper D (2008) — Munich and back in 48-hours.
Cooper D (2007) — Saving The World never so enjoyable.
Cooper — FUN.
Cooper Convertible — Best-selling drop-top.
Cooper Convertible (03/2009) — Design icon.
Cooper S Hatch (06/2014) — Completely new from the ground up third-generation model.
Cooper S — 2nd-gen 'S' best-handling FWD car you can buy?
Cooper S — Point-and-squirt ability keeps you grinning all day.
Cooper S Convertible (02/2010) — Better and better.
Cooper S Convertible Sidewalk (2007) — A walk on the wild side.
Cooper S John Cooper Works Auto — Paddle-shifting superhatch.
Countryman Cooper S ALL4 (01/2011) — For MINI owners growing a family.
Countryman Cooper S ALL4 (09/2010) — 2 or 4WD. You choose.
Countryman Cooper SD ALL4 (04/2011) — Most performance-oriented diesel MINI.
Countryman John Cooper Works ALL4 (03/2013) — Grips and goes. Fast.
Coupe Cooper SD (09/2011) — Most satisfyingly sporty model in the range.
Coupe John Cooper Works (10/2011)MINI overkill?
E (2008) — The 'million bucks' MINI you can't buy!
John Cooper Works (01/2009) — Fast + entertaining. A MINI then.
John Cooper Works (2008) — Fastest-ever production MINI (so far). Yee-hah!
One (2007) — 50mpg. A hoot to drive.
One Convertible (06/2010) — Happy topless MINI motoring.
One D — Frugal fun.
Paceman Cooper S (01/2014) — Floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee!
Paceman Cooper SD ALL4 (06/2013) — Fairest MINI of them all?
Roadster Cooper S (04/2012) — Classic Brit two-seater. Kart-like handling.

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Mitsubishi
ASX 3 1.6 2WD (05/2013) Smart and strong on real-life functionality.
ASX 3 1.8 Diesel (09/2010) Competitively-priced, family-sized, SUV-styled crossover.
ASX 3 1.8 Diesel (08/2010) Mitsu's player in the expanding crossover market.
ASX 4 Black 1.8 DI-D 2WD (02/2012) 50+mpg. A compact crossover with a conscience!
ASX 4 Black 1.8 DI-D 2WD (01/2012) Close to 60mpg most of the time.
ASX 4 2.2 Diesel 4WD Auto (03/2014) — Prices down + specs up. Good to drive and 50mpg.
Colt 1.1 CZ1 5-dr (02/2009) — Frisky new Colt joins the Mitsubishi stable.
Colt 1.3 CZ2 ClearTec (06/2009) — Versatile 'supermini'-sized hatchback with 'eco' label.
Colt 1.3 Juro 5-dr (11/2011) Fun, frugal and fully specced.
Colt 1.5 T Ralliart 3-dr (07/2009) — Understated Colt packs 147bhp turboed wallop.
Colt CZC Cabriolet — Yet another coupé-convertible with a folding metal roof.
Evo X FQ-330 GSR SST (11/2012) — Riotously, impolitely fast. Twin-clutch sport shift transmission adds eXtra appeal.
Evo X FQ-360 GSR (05/2010) Hardcore entertainment.
Evo X FQ-360 GSR (08/2008) — The Theory of Evolution... speeded up.
i-MiEV (09/2012) — Fun to drive. A wake-up call for drivers who think Electric Vehicles are boring.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Auto (03/2014) — Lifestyle pick-up. Gets you there against all the odds.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Black Auto (09/2012)Bare-knuckle confidence and ability to rough it out wherever you take it.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Auto (01/2011) — The Bruce Willis of pick-ups.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Barbarian Auto (06/2010) — Tougher than Genghis Khan.
L200 Double Cab 2.5 DI-D Warrior — Business or pleasure, this Warrior's got it sorted.
L200 Double Cab Long Bed 2.5 DI-D Warrior (12/2009) — Deservedly Pick-Up of the Year.
Lancer 1.5 SE (11/2009) — High spec. Cheap to run. Stylish looks.
Lancer 2.0 DI-D GS4 (2008)Looks like an Evo. Is that enough?
Lancer 2.0 DI-D Juro 5-dr (04/2011) High level of spec at a budget price.
Lancer 2.0 DI-D Juro 5-dr (03/2011) — You don't have to drive dainty to see 45+mpg.
Lancer Sportback 2.0 DI-D GS3 (01/2009) — Just the job for downpricers.
Mirage 3 1.2 CVT (07/2013)The Mirage's mission statement is to keep things comfy and economical. Mission accomplished.
Mirage 3 1.2 (03/2013) — Supermini-sized car for a city car price. That's good!
Outlander PHEV GX4h (04/2014) — Plug-in hybrid that's also a proper SUV 4x4.
Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX5 7-seat (06/2013) — It's got the lot, and all for just £33,999.
Outlander 2.2 DI-D GX3 4WD (02/2011) — Go-anywhere-at-any-time SUV.
Outlander 2.2 DI-D Juro SST (09/2010) — Outlander it's called and that says it all.
Outlander 2.2 DI-DC Diamond 7-seat — The 'real deal' in sensible SUVs.
Outlander 2.0 DI-D Warrior 7-seat — A 'people carrier' and an SUV/4x4.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Elegance Auto (08/2010) — Wins on price and capability.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Elegance Auto (07/2010) — Bulletproof.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC Diamond — Tough, seven-seat on/off-roader.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG3 Auto (12/2011) — Big, bold and very likeable bruiser.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG4 (04/2013) — So much more than just an off-road warrior.
Shogun 3.2 DI-DC SG4 Auto (01/2012) — Tough, roomy and reliable 4x4.

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Nissan
350Z GT — As addictively enjoyable as a Skyline for half the price.
350Z Roadster GT (2008) — A 'proper' sports car: focused, lithe and bullish.
370Z Nismo (03/2014) — Do Nissan fans finally have something to shout about in the UK?
370Z Roadster GT Pack+SatNav (03/2010) — 'Z' cars are back!
Cube LDN 1.6 (05/2010) Be Cool! Get yourself YouCubed.
GT-R 3.8 Black Edition (05/2009)Gone in 3.5 seconds!
Juke 1.5 dCi n-tec 2WD (03/2014) — Easy to drive with lookalike SUV status at low prices.
Juke 1.6 Tekna DIG-T (01/2011) — The alternative super-mini hatch.
Juke 1.6 Tekna DIG-T 2WD (08/2011) — Unashamedly youthful, funky and chunky.
Juke Nismo (05/2013) — Healthy dose of performance for a reasonable outlay.
Juke-R (05/2012) — Ferrari-baiting Nissan: the joker in the supercar pack?
LEAF (06/2011) — Is electric power really the most practical solution?
Micra 1.2 DIG-S Acenta (10/2011) — Small city-car that packs a punch.
Micra 1.2 Acenta (02/2011) — There's a touch of 'Henry Ford' about the latest Micra.
Murano 3.5 V6 (2008) — Nissan's 'business crossover'.
Murano 3.5 V6 — Cross over with Nissan's dramatic-looking AWD sports ute.
Navara Aventura 2.5 dCi Double Cab (2008) — Big, bold, brash. And the real deal.
Navara Aventura Double Cab — Pick-ups are the new black.
NV200 Combi 1.5dCi SE 7-seat (07/2012) Just about the cheapest way to transport 7 people.
NV200 Combi 1.5dCi SE (03/2010) — Could be just the ideal choice for active families.
Note 1.4 SE — Noteworthy supermini MPV.
Note 1.5 dCi Acenta (10/2013) — Supermini-cum-Compact MPV with loads of room.
Note 1.5 dCi Acenta + Connect (02/2009) — Ticks all the right boxes.
Pathfinder Aventura 7-seater 2.5 dCiPlanet 4x4's 'Best Medium Off-Roader'.
Patrol GR 3.0 Di — Happy crossing the Sahara... or just visiting your local Tesco.
Qashqai 1.2 DIG-T Acenta Premium (01/2014) — Good enough to replace the Golf?
Qashqai 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium (06/2014) — Easy to drive family car with affordable running costs.
Qashqai 1.5 dCi N-tec (03/2010) — For? Almost everything.
Qashqai 1.5 dCi — 'Urban Nomad' looks. 'Best Small Family Car Buy'.
Qashqai 1.6 dCi N-Tec+ (07/2012) — Nissan's best-seller gets efficient new diesel power.
Qashqai 2.0 dCi Tekna (11/2010) — Easy to live with. And easy to load with a family's 'stuff'.
Qashqai+2 1.5 dCi (03/2009) — Smaller, more fuel-efficient and less tax-hungry.
Qashqai+2 2.0 Acenta (2008) — Seven seats + plenty of room!
Qashqai+2 2.0 dCi Acenta (12/2008) — Everything a compact family vehicle should be.
Skyline R33 GT-R — Road-going cruise missile.
X-Trail 2.5 Sport — X-rated fun for the family.
X-Trail 2.0 dCi Sport Expedition (2008) — Go on! Try an X-Trail today.

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Pagani
Zonda C12S — Koenigsegg, Spyker and Pagani unleashed on the road.

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Peugeot
107 1.0 Allure 5-dr (04/2012) — Happy in and out of town, cheeky charm + 50mpg.
107 1.0 Urban 3-dr — Smile in the city with the new 3-cylinder 107 Urban.
107 1.0 Urban 5-dr (05/2009) — Real-world 67mpg and a pinch of big-car feel.
107 Verve 5-dr (04/2009) — Cheeky, cute and fulfils the function of getting from A to B.
107 and Chevrolet Matiz — Small is the new Big: 107 goes head-to-head with Matiz.
206 CC 2.0 SE — Fun, Funky, Functional.
206 GTi 180 — 180bhp guarantees that this is one very enjoyable hot hatch.
207 5-dr OXYGO+ 1.6 HDi 92 (04/2012) — Breezes along all types of roads and returns 60mpg.
207 — Stylish new supermini with wide-ranging appeal.
207 CC GT THP 150 (10/2009) — Ideal for taking the sunshine... at any time of year.
207 CC GT THP 150 (04/2009) — More than game for some entertaining alfresco driving.
207 CC GT THP 150 — Yet another best-seller for Peugeot.
207 CC Sport HDi 110 — Much more than just a fair weather friend.
207 GT THP 150 3-dr — 150bhp warms up the 207 driving experience.
207 GTi THP 175 3-dr (2007) — Hard-riding, hard-charging hot-hatch.
207 SW Sport 1.6 VTi 120 — Supermini estate big on appeal.
208 1.4 HDi 70 Active 3-dr (11/2012) — Good-for-the-planet green. And fun to drive.
208 1.4 VTi Active (04/2012) — More desirable 208 has more engines, more economy, more space.
208 1.6 e-HDi 92 Allure 5-dr (03/2013) — Should it be on your supermini shortlist? Absolutely.
208 GTi 1.6 THP 200 (09/2013) — Nice one Peugeot!
208 GTi 1.6 THP 200 (06/2013) — Feels great to sit inside and pretty good fun to drive.
307 CC 180 — Has it all: four seats and a fully-automatic folding steel roof.
307 CC 2.0 HDi Sport — Best-selling CC extends its appeal with high-torque diesel.
307 SW SE 2.0 — Handsome family 'holdall' with bags of panache.
307 SW SE HDi — The family car for families.
308 CC Allure 2.0 HDi 163 (03/2012) — Alluring alternative to other metal-topped convertibles.
308 CC GT 1.6 THP 150 (03/2009) — With Airwave temperature-controlled neck heating.
308 CC GT 2.0 HDi 140 (08/2009) — An easy car to say 'Yes' to.
308 CC GT 2.0 HDi 140 (10/2009) — Spring is in the air. So what are you waiting for?
308 Feline 1.6 THP 156 (04/2014) — Desirable family hatch seasoned with a sprinkle of Gallic charm that the French do so charmingly.
308 1.6 THP 156 Allure (12/2013) — Good enough to give the Golf a real run for its money.
308 1.6 e-HDi 112 Active (05/2011) — Freshly made over with a new face.
308 2.0 HDi 136 SE (2008) — Smart alternative to a Focus or Golf.
308 THP 150 SE (2008) — Peugeot kicks off 2008 with its very own '08'.
308 SE VTi 120 & Sport HDi 110 (2007)Tres Bonne!
308 SW Sport 1.6 HDi 110 (03/2010) — Clever little lugger!
308 SW Sport 1.6 HDi 110 (12/2008) — Peugeot's 'long range' estate.
308 SW Sport 1.6 VTi 120 (2008) — Seven seats + luggage. Who needs an MPV?
407 2.0 HDi 140 Sport (09/2009) The French know a thing or two about comfort.
407 Coupé GT 2.7 V6 HDi — Head-turning looks to satisfy your heart and your head.
407 Coupe Sport 3.0 V6 HDi (11/2009) — French chic. Surprisingly good mpg from V6.
407 SW SE 140 HDi (2008) — A nice place to be.
407 SW Executive 2.7 V6 HDi — Stylish, capable load carrier and much more besides.
407 SW GT 2.7 V6 HDi Auto (2008) — Eye-catching family estate.
508 1.6 e-HDI 112 Active (05/2011) — Demand will outstrip supply for all-new 508.
508 1.6 e-HDI 112 Active (04/2011) — Headline 64.2mpg is mightily impressive.
508 GT 2.2 HDi 200 (12/2012) — GT's credibility is right up there with the best of them.
508 GT 2.2 HDI 200 (11/2011) — Dynamically accomplished. An all-round box-ticker.
508 SW 2.0 BlueHDi 150 (06/2014) — Take a deep — super-clean! — breath. A green family estate to satisfy the secret 'driver' in you.
508 SW 2.0 HDI Allure (11/2011) — Impressive both around town and in the country.
607 2.2 HDi — One of those big, luxurious, comfy saloons the French do so well.
1007 1.4 — Not a lot of '007' here, but you do get nifty electric side-sliding doors.
2008 Feline 1.6 e-HDi 115 (03/2014) — Classy, deservedly much-coveted crossover.
2008 Allure 1.2 VTi (07/2013) — Classy and with all-weather capability, it's a serious family player.
3008 110 HDi Exclusive (06/2010) — Easy-to-drive and truly multi-purpose.
3008 163 HDi Exclusive Automatic (08/2010) — Great all-rounder for work or play.
3008 110 HDi Sport (12/2009) — Versatile. Big hit with UK buyers.
3008 110 HDi Sport (09/2009) All-new crossover makes its mark.
3008 150 HDi Sport (04/2010) — One of the best cars to enter the market.
3008 HYbrid4 99g (07/2012) — Get yourself a test drive in one today. Yes, it's that good!
3008 HYbrid4 99g (10/2011)World's first diesel-electric hybrid is also the nicest-to-drive hybrid.
3008 HYbrid4 104g (01/2012) — World's first diesel-electric hybrid delivers the power.
3008 e-HDi EGC (04/2012) — Is the e-HDi micro-hybrid 3008 really more economical?
4007 HDi GT (01/2009) — Mad Max would love it!
4007 HDi GT — First drive of Peugeot's slick new SUV.
4007 HDi GT — Lion-hearted Sports Utility from Peugeot.
4007 GT 2.2 HDi 156 DCS Auto (12/2009) — Now with desirable twin-clutch auto.
5008 Allure e-HDi 112 (04/2012) — Copes comfortably with a family of seven and 55mpg.
5008 Exclusive EGC HDi 112 7-seat (01/2011) — Family favourite with 7 seats.
5008 Exclusive EGC HDi 112 7-seat (10/2010) — Pleases the family and the driver.
5008 Exclusive EGC HDi 110 7-seat (02/2010) — Smarter than the average MPV.
5008 Sport 1.6 HDi 110 (01/2010) — 'MPV of the Year' even before it went on sale.
Bipper Tepee Style 1.3 HDi (06/2013) — Wear your biggest hat!
Bipper Tepee Outdoor 1.4 HDi 70 (03/2010) — Notably non-conformist.
Expert 2.0 HDi 130 ATV (06/2013) — You could live in this 'all-terrain' van.
Partner Tepee Outdoor 1.6 HDi 110 (01/2009) — Practical family runabout. Zips along!
Partner Tepee Outdoor 1.6 HDi 115 (10/2012) — Many hatchbacks and estates offer practicality but they can't touch the Tardis-like space of a Tepee.
Partner Tepee Outdoor 110 HDi (04/2009) — Function over fashion but fun to use.
RCZ GT HDi 163 (05/2013) — Polished grand tourer with style in spades.
RCZ GT HDi 163 (02/2012) Sexy looks, loads of grip and a reassuring attitude. And 45mpg!
RCZ GT THP 200 (03/2011) — More presence than an Audi TT.
RCZ GT THP 200 (12/2010) — Is a brilliant 200bhp enough?
RCZ GT THP 156 (06/2013) — Stand-out styling plus sensible performance from its frugal but fun engine.
RCZ Sport 1.6 HDi (08/2010) Entertaining and involving driving experience.
RCZ Sport 1.6 HDi (05/2010) — Stunning-looking 2+2 sports coupe.

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Porsche
Boxster S — Don't drive one... unless you want to be hooked for life.
Cayenne S — Panting for a Porsche? Got a family? Here's the answer to your prayers.
Panamera 4.8 V8 4S PDK (12/2010) — Not just a four-door 911. Stunning to drive.

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Proton
Satria Neo 1.6 Sport (11/2010) — Doesn't over-insulate the driver from the driving.

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Renault
Captur Dynamique MediaNav TCe 120 (07/2013) — With its quirky 'notice me' looks, the Captur (no 'e' please, she's French!) is likely to be a strong seller.
Clio 1.4 16V Dynamique — All-new version of Renault's dynamite supermini.
Clio Dynamique TCe 100 (11/2009) — Nimble + great fuel-efficient petrol engine.
Clio Expression Eco dCi 88 (12/2011)Tax-busting 1.5 Eco diesel manages real-life 67mpg.
Clio Renaultsport 197 — Flagship Clio is fast and furious.
Clio Renaultsport 200 Cup (08/2010) — So 'hot' it could be called Vindaloo.
Clio Renaultsport 200 Cup (11/2009) — On twisty roads leaves most carsfor dead.
Fluence Z.E. Dynamique (02/2012) — Clean 'n' green, but is 'range anxiety' scaring customers off?
Grand Espace 2.0 dCi 175 — Seven-seat luxury meets French chic.
Grand Scenic Dynamique TomTom dCi 130 Stop & Start (08/2011) — Satisfies many needs.
Grand Scenic 2.0 dCi 160 Dynamique (11/2009) — Much more for much less.
Kangoo Expression dCi 106 (11/2009) — All-rounder made out of a cube!
Koleos Privilege 1.5 dCi (2008) — 'Sports Ute' for loyal Renault customers.
Koleos Privilege 175 dCi (2008)The wait has been worthwhile.
Laguna Coupe GT 2.0 205 Turbo (03/2009) — Takes on Audi, BMW and Merc coupιs.
Laguna Dynamique 5-dr 2.0 dCi 150 (2008) — Sharp-looking family car.
Megane 1.9 dCi Dynamique 5-dr (02/2009) — First class ride comfort and handling.
Megane Coupe-Cabriolet 1.4 Dynamique TomTom TCe 130 (08/2011) — Renault's most stylish.
Megane Sport Tourer 1.9 dCi (08/2010) — Family-sized work-and-play estate.
Scenic XMOD Dynamique 1.5 dCi 110 (11/2013) — XMOD's USP is its Grip Xtend system that
does exactly that.
Twingo Dynamique SCe 70 (09/2014) Potentially the new Small Car with Big Appeal!
Twingo 1.2 GT TCE 100 — 100bhp sure to make you feel 'Glad All Over'.
Twizy Urban (08/2012) — Extras include doors and a waterproof blanket!
Wind Roadster 1.2 TCe 100 Collection (10/2010) — It's no wind up!
Wind Roadster 1.6 VVT 133 Dynamique (10/2010) — Looks sensational on the road.
ZOE Dynamique Intens (08/2013) — Could boost the so far less-than-viable sales of electric cars in the UK.

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Rolls-Royce
Phantom — Really, if you have to ask what it costs you can't afford it.

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Rover
75 Club — A soothing place to take time out from a stressful world.

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Saab
9-3 Vector Sport 1.9 TiD 150 (2008) — Sporty + stands out from the crowd.
9-3 Vector Sport Convertible 2.0t BioPower — Comfortable, 4-seater 'green' cabriolet.
9-3 Aero Convertible 2.8 Turbo — Shines on days when the sun doesn't.
9-3 SportWagon Aero 2.0T XWD (04/2009) — Good news for fans of the brand.
9-3 Aero SportWagon 2.8 Turbo — More than enough 'Sport' + plenty of 'Wagon'.
9-3X 2.0T XWD Sports Wagon (11/2009) — Very good news for Saab customers.
9-5 Vector Sport 1.9 TiD — Stand out from the executive crowd.

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SEAT
Alhambra 2.0 TDI CR 7-Seat E Ecomotive (11/2010) — Unexpectedly good to drive.
Altea FR 2.0 TSI DSG (2008) Family motoring with a sporting pedigree.
Altea Freetrack 4 2.0 TDI — SEAT brings on its own well-mannered 4x4.
Altea XL 2.0 TDI Stylance — Ideal for those who want a little bit more.
Exeo 2.0 TDI Multitronic SE Tech (07/2011) — For SEAT fans with families.
Exeo ST 2.0 TDI CR Multitronic SE Tech (09/2011) — An Audi but priced at bargain levels.
Exeo ST 2.0 TDI (10/2009) — Smart, efficient, well-specced estate.
Ibiza FR 2.0 TDI CR 5-dr (06/2010) — High-performance, low-CO2 joins Ibiza line-up.
Ibiza SE 1.4 5-dr (2008) — Sharper looking, sharper handling all-new 5-dr hatch.
Ibiza SC 3-dr 1.4 Sport (2008) — Not sporty except in looks. And not really a coupe.
Ibiza SC Bocanegra 1.4 TSI (10/2009) — SEAT's little gem. Goes like a rocket!
Ibiza SE 5-dr 1.2 TSI DSG (05/2012) Sharp new styling and even sharper new prices.
Ibiza ST S 1.2 TDI CR E Ecomotive (11/2010) — Eco-warrior with a streak of 'mean'.
Ibiza ST SE 1.6 TDI CR (11/2010) — New Ibiza on the block.

Leon FR 2.0 TDI — Motorsport's in the Formula Racing Leon's blood. Fast fun.

Leon FR+ 2.0 TDI (11/2011) Hot hatch for people who like to drive. And 50mpg+!
Leon Cupra R (10/2010) Five-door, family-sized and will fulfil your need for speed.
Leon Cupra 2.0 T FSI (2007) — Probably isn't a better buy in this hot hatch sector.
Leon SE 1.2 TSI 5-dr (03/2013) — Rides better than any other SEAT. Gem of an engine.
Leon Ecomotive 1.6 TDI SE (08/2010) — SEAT chases the 'green pound'.
Mii 1.0 60PS Toca 3-dr (11/2013) — Small car, small price, small running costs.

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Skoda
Citigo Elegance 1.0 GreenTech 3-dr (08/2012) The secret of a happy life: KIS. Keep It Skoda.
Citigo Elegance 1.0 GreenTech 3-dr (05/2012)Very probably the best city car you can buy.
Citigo Sport 1.0 3-dr (12/2013) — 56mpg and serves up an adrenaline spike on demand!
Fabia 1 1.2 HTP Estate (2008) — The best space for the best price.
Fabia 2 1.2 (2007) — Bigger '07 Fabia still serves up value-for-money motoring.
Fabia vRS (07/2013) — Lives up to its rep: goes like a rocket but without the giveaway fizz-bangs!
Fabia vRS (08/2010) — You've met the Stig. Now say Hi to the rubber-burning Skod!
Octavia Elegance 1.6 TDI CR (06/2013) — Bigger. Easy to live with. Very easy on your pocket.
Octavia vRS 2.0 TSI (11/2013) — Subtle styling + Golf GTI power puts the vRS right on the money.
Octavia vRS — Affordable 150mph performance.
Octavia Estate 4x4 2.0 TDI (07/2009) — Really makes Happy Drivers!
Rapid SE 1.6 TDI CR (12/2012) — Sits between the Fabia and Octavia. Delivers a real-world 60mpg.
Rapid Spaceback SE 1.6 TDI (11/2013) — More space. But guess where?
Roomster 1.4 — Mobile room with a view.
Roomster 1.6 TDI CR Scout (10/2010) — It's got a 'living room' and a 'driving room'.
Superb SE 2.0 TDI PD (2008) — All-new Superb is impressive.
Superb Elegance 3.0 V6 4x4 DSG (10/2009) — Only one question: Is it?
Yeti Elegance 1.6 TDI CR Greenline II (09/2011) — Abominable? No. Eco-friendly? Yes.
Yeti Elegance 2.0 TDI CR 4x4 (02/2010) — Versatile 4x4 family car. Pleasure to drive.
Yeti Elegance 2.0 TDI CR 4x4 (01/2010) — No need to trek to the Himalayas.
Yeti SE Plus 1.8 TSI 4x4 (08/2012) — Could quickly become your best buddy.
Yeti Outdoor Elegance 2.0 TDI DSG 4x4 (07/2014) Versatile and roomy family battlewagon that ticks every box for today's hard-pressed drivers — Yeti's the name, outdoors is the game!

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smart
fortwo (2007) — All-new smart fortwo promises a smarter future for everyone!
fortwo coupé passion (2007) — Smarter smart!
fortwo coupé passion mhd (2008) — Chic body, 65mpg and £35 road tax.

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Spyker
C8 Spyder — Koenigsegg, Spyker and Pagani unleashed on the Rio Road Rally.

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SsangYong
Korando EX 4x4 Auto (11/2011) The best SsangYong to date.
Korando Sports EX Double-Cab Pick-Up (11/2012)£3K less than main rivals but delivers more value-for-money.
Kyron 2.0 EX Auto (2008) — A lot for not a lot of money.
Rexton 270 SPR (2008) — Well-spec'ed SUV that does it all.

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Subaru
B9 Tribeca 3.0 SE7 — Subaru's first AWD, 7-seat premium SUV. A temptress.
BRZ 2.0i (07/2013) — The game's all changed at Subaru: 'Scooby' is now a rear-wheel drive, two-door sports coupe. Be glad!
Forester 2.0i XT CVT (10/2013) Comfortable 237bhp all-weather, family-friendly SUV.
Forester 2.0 X (2008) — All-new third-gen Forester is more than 'fit for purpose'.
Forester 2.0D XC (2008) — Diesel power makes this the most desirable Forester yet.
Forester 2.0D XSn (06/2009) — Functional lifestyle SUV. And good fun to drive.
Forester 2.0D XS NavPlus (11/2011) — Roomy, versatile, durable and good for country living!
Forester 2.0D XS NavPlus (11/2010) — Country-dweller at home in the city.
Forester 2.5 XT — Family SUV. Almost as much fun as an Impreza Turbo.
Impreza Boxer Diesel RC (07/2010) — As surefooted as its rally-bred brethren.
Impreza 2.5 WRX S (12/2009) — Does seriously fast and enjoyable everyday quick.
Impreza 2.5 WRX STi Type UK (2008) — New 5-dr 'Scooby' hits 60mph in 4.8.
Impreza 2.5 WRX STI Type UK (2008) — First drive of the new 5-dr 'Prezza'.
Impreza WRX STi 2.5 PPP Type-UK (2007) — As quick off the mark as an Aston.
Impreza WRX STi 2.0 PPP Type-UK — Beg, borrow (but don't steal) one today.
Impreza 2.0 WRX AWD 5-dr — Quick Q-Car. It's got it; doesn't flaunt it.
Impreza 2.0 R Sports Wagon (2006) — Sporting 5-dr all-rounder with full-time 4WD.
Justy 1.0 R (08/2009) — Distinctive 55+mpg supermini... Just-y Right-y!
Legacy Tourer 2.0D S (01/2010) — New lifestyle estate absolutely fit for purpose.
Legacy Tourer 2.5i SE Lineartronic CVT (01/2010) — Will please most drivers!
Legacy Sports Tourer 2.0D RE (2008) — Diesel-powered and well worth the wait.
Legacy 3.0R spec.B Sports Tourer — Fast, well-kitted 4WD sports estate.
Outback 2.0D SE NavPlus (07/2012) — Ideal for those who want to take their estate where others can't follow.
Outback 2.0D R (09/2009) — AWD happy to go where many estates dare not.
Outback 3.0 Rn — AWD estate for satisfying long-term relationship.
Outback 3.6R (07/2010) — First class all-rounder. Good to drive; pampers every mile.
WRX STi (07/2011) — Delivers an adrenaline-charged 296bhp drive on the wild side!
WRX STI (10/2010) — Scooby saloon is back: 158mph and raring to go.
XV 2.0D SE (09/2012) — Compact crossover not afraid to walk on the wild side.

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Suzuki
Alto SZ-L (09/2010) — 5 doors, 4 seats, 64.2mpg and cheeky looks.
Alto 1.0 SZ4 (04/2009) — First drive of Suzuki's all-new city car.
Alto 1.0 SZ4 (06/2009) — Perfect for drivers who want to be eco-friendly.
Grand Vitara 1.9 DDiS SZ5 (06/2013) — Sure-footed on, and off, all roads.
Grand Vitara 1.9 DDiS SZ4 3-dr (12/2009) — Snow easy to live with!
Grand Vitara 1.9 DDiS SZ5 5-dr (01/2012) Grand. Now with four wheels... or five!
Grand Vitara 2.0 5-dr — Compact 4x4 that's perfectly at home in the City.
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr (05/2012) Bad weather? The Vitara will be the last car still moving.
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr (12/2010) — Genuine go-anywhere 4x4.
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr (10/2010) — Keeping you safe sun or snow.
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr (01/2009) — Smart, well-equipped, affordable mid-sized 4x4.
Grand Vitara 2.4 SZ5 5-dr Auto (03/2009) — Auto adds extra veneer of smoothness.
Jimny 1.3 SZ4 (02/2013) Supermini-sized 4x4. Does the biz off-road.
Kizashi Sport (03/2012) Debonair looks, high spec and 4WD. A definite feel-good car.
Kizashi Sport (02/2012) Smart, easy-driving saloon with selectable 2/4WD for just £22K!
Kizashi Sport (11/2011) — New 4x4 saloon has the right USP for UK buyers.
Splash 1.0 GLS (05/2009) — Suzuki's mini-MPV fits the bill.
Splash 1.2 SZ4 (11/2012) — Who buys it? Lots of people. For lots of very good reasons.
Splash 1.2 SZ4 (06/2012) — Easy-to-afford, easy-to-drive, and easy-to-live with.
Splash 1.2 GLS — Lifts the brand into a new sector of premium city cars.
Splash 1.2 SZ4 (03/2011) — No need to splash too much cash.
Splash 1.3 DDiS (2008) — A lot of car for your money.
Swift 1.2 SZ4 4x4 (04/2014) — More grip in all weather and over rougher terrain than you'll find in the city.
Swift 1.2 SZ4 5-dr (12/2013) — A genuinely enjoyable drive. And 49mpg!
Swift 1.2 SZ4 5-dr Auto (12/2010) — Smart alternative to a Fiesta or Polo.
Swift 1.2 SZ4 5-dr (09/2010) — 'More Swift'. And they're not kidding about the 'more'.
Swift 1.3 DDiS SZ3 (09/2011) — A truly likeable supermini. Reluctant to average less than 60mpg.
Swift 1.3 DDiS (06/2009) — Genuinely likeable, brilliant little car. And 58.3mpg!
Swift 1.5 GLX 5-dr — All-new Swift is going places... fast!
Swift Sport 1.6 5-dr (05/2014)Fun-loving 5-door hottie. Buy the ticket, take the ride!
Swift 1.6 Sport (03/2012) — Even more fun than the original. Another winner from Suzuki.
Swift 1.6 Sport (11/2011) New model is Swifter and Sportier!
Swift Sport 1.6 VVT — Does exactly what it says: It's swift and it's sporty.
SX4 S-Cross 1.6 ALLGRIP SZ5 (03/2014) — Easy to live with and easy to drive.
SX4 Aerio (07/2010) — Easy-going nature and scoots round corners.
SX4 1.6 SZ4 2WD (01/2010) — Neat and nimble. Practical option for urban adventurers.
SX4 1.6 VVT 4GRIP GLX — Sporty supermini with 4WD. A funky crossover.
SX4 X-EC (10/2011) — Fun to drive, versatile and won't cost the Earth (or destroy it!) to run.
SX4 2.0 DDiS SZ5 4x4 (07/2012) Cheeky SX4 is just the job come sunshine or snowflakes.
SX4 2.0 DDiS SZ5 4WD (07/2011) — Useful, fun and versatile 4x4.

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Toyota
Auris 1.8 VVTi Hybrid Icon (03/2013) — Refined, easy to drive and economical in town.
Auris Hybrid T4 (05/2010) — Interesting low-cost motoring.
Auris TR 1.33 (06/2010) — A to B in comfort without hurting your wallet.
Auris T3 1.6 Dual VVT-i 5-dr — Another hit from Toyota.
Auris 2.0 D-4D 130 T Spirit 5-dr — Ticks all the politically-correct boxes.
Avensis TR 2.0 D-4D (02/2012) — Comfortable and easy to drive + 50mpg.
Avensis T3-X 2.0 D-4D 5-dr — Gets the thumbs-up.
Avensis Tourer T Spirit 2.2 D-CAT (05/2012) Goes well. Handles with confidence.
Avensis Tourer TR 2.0 D-4D (07/2012) — The world's most boring car?
Avensis Tourer TR 2.0 D-4D (2009) — Competent.
Aygo 1.0 x-pression 5-dr (06/2014) — Fun to look at... not so much fun to drive.
GT86 (10/2012) — The chance to play Colin McRae on roundabouts.
GT86 (08/2012) — Fun handling. Affordable. Desirable. I want one!
HiLux Double Cab HL3 2.5 D-4D (01/2012) 13 million customers can't be wrong!
Hilux Double Cab 4WD — Latest sixth-generation Hilux.
iQ2 1.0 VVT-i (02/2009) — Smart city car. But pricey.
iQ3 1.33 (11/2010) — Is it really 'intelligent' city car motoring?
Land Cruiser 60th Anniversary 3.0 D-4D Auto (12/2011) — World's best-selling 4x4.
Land Cruiser LC4 3.0 D-4D (11/2009) — All-new 3.0-litre diesel.
Prius Plug-In (08/2012) — Enough electric power for most city commutes + 80mpg in hybrid mode.
Prius 1.8 T Spirit (08/2009) Mainstream hybrid delivers on all fronts.
Prius+ T4 7-seater (09/2012) — The only 7-seat MPV on the market with under 100g/km.
RAV4 2.2 Icon AWD (01/2014) — Premium Crossover from Toyota.
RAV4 2.2 D-4D Invincible (07/2013) — Under the smart new skin the hardcore off-road ability is still there.
RAV4 SR 2.2 D-4D D-CAT Auto (01/2011) — Expensive but first class 4WD.
RAV4 T180 — Moved upmarket in size, spec and cost.
RAV4 XT5 2.2 D-4D (2008) — Say 'good buy', not 'goodbye'.
Urban Cruiser 1.3 Dual VVT-i 2WD (03/2009) — Street smart.
Verso 1.6 D-4D Icon 7-seat (02/2014) — Refreshed with BMW-sourced diesel power.
Verso 2.0 D-4D Icon (05/2013) — Most Sensible Car of the Year?
Verso-S T Spirit 1.33 Multidrive S (02/2011) — Supermini-sized MPV.
Verso TR 1.8 V-Matic M-Drive S (06/2009) — Versatile by nature.
Verso TR 2.0 D-4D (03/2009) — The right choice if you need seven seats.
Yaris 1.0 VVT T3 3-dr — For those with a 'yen' for a 'big-small' supermini.
Yaris 1.33 VVTi TR 5-dr (08/2011) — All-new Yaris outscores the competition.
Yaris 1.8 VVTi SR 5-dr — 'Warm' hatch that's easy to warm to.
Yaris Hybrid T4 5-dr (05/2012) First supermini hybrid + no worrying driving range limitations.

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Vauxhall
Agila 1.2i Design (2008) — Flex in the City... and everywhere else.
Agila 1.3 CDTi Design (2008) — Small car with big ideas.
Ampera Positiv (12/2012) — Silent-running electric power provides the range without the anxiety.
Ampera Electron (03/2012) — Electric-drive Ampera takes European Car of the Year crown.
Ampera (07/2011) — Overcomes EV 'range anxiety'. Ultra-low running costs.
Antara 2.0 CDTi SE — All-new soft-roader comes highly-specced.
Antara 2.2 CDTI Exclusiv AWD (02/2011) — Vastly improved package.
Astra 1.6i Turbo SRi (11/2009) — Practical.
Astra 1.6i VVT Exclusiv 5-dr (10/2009) — Refined.
Astra 1.7 CDTi Exclusive 5-dr (11/2009) — Best of the bunch + 55mpg.
Astra GTC 1.7 CDTi Sport (05/2012) Best looking filly in the Vauxhall stable.
Astra GTC SRi 2.0 CDTi (10/2011) — Stylish + responsive and very agile on the road.
Astra Sports Tourer 1.7 CDTi 110 ecoFlex Exclusiv (08/2011)'Bye Estate, Hello Sports Tourer!
Astra Sports Tourer 1.7 CDTi 110 ecoFlex Exclusiv (10/2010) True Brit!
Astra TwinTop 1.9 CDTi Design — Coupé-convertible scores first time out.
Astra VXR (01/2013) — Extrovert looks, blistering power, entertaining handling, and, to keep it all on the boil, just a pinch of hooligan.
Astra VXR (08/2012) — Effortless and ruthlessly quick cross-country machine.
Astra VXR (06/2012) For performance-per-pound and smile-per-mile it's keenly priced.
Astra VXR — Race-bred DNA.
Cascada 1.6 Turbo Elite (08/2013) — Classy convertible-cruiser from The Luton Lads!
Corsa 1.2 Club 3-dr — You know it makes sense.
Corsa 1.2 Club 5-dr — Best-seller in the making.
Corsa 1.3 CDTi ecoFlex Limited Edition 5-dr (04/2011) — Cheap to run with 'attitude'.
Corsa VXR — Goes as hard as it looks.
Corsa VXR Nürburgring (02/2012) — Über-hot-hatch with an addictive twist.
Corsa VXR Nürburgring (03/2012) — Hot and spicy. Talented drivers only, please.
Insignia 2.0 CDTi Exclusiv (2008) — Smart. German 'premium' values.
Insignia 5-dr 2.0 CDTi ecoFLEX Exclusiv Nav (02/2012) — Driveable 50mpg+ family hatch.
Insignia 2.0 CDTi ecoFLEX Exclusiv Nav (04/2010) — Cheap to run; expensive to buy.
Insignia Sports Tourer 2.0 CDTi SE (03/2009) — Estate of the Nation?
Insignia Sports Tourer Elite 2.8i V6 Turbo 4x4 (10/2009) — Roomy executive estate.
Insignia Sports Tourer VXR Auto (09/2011) Devilishly effective A-to-B machine.
Insignia VXR (11/2009) — Fast.
Meriva 1.3 CDTi ecoFlex Exclusiv (04/2011) — New ecoFlex diesel power.
Meriva 1.4T SE (02/2011) — Family favourite!
Meriva 1.4T Exclusiv (04/2010) — Bigger, better and more flexible.
Mokka SE 1.7 CDTi 4x4 (09/2013) — Prestige looks. Prestige feel.
Signum 2.8 V6 Design — Executive Express.
Tigra Exclusiv Red 1.4i — It's always Summer in Vauxhall's coupé-convertible.
Vectra 1.9 CDTi 5-dr — New, improved and it can see round corners!
Vectra VXR — 161mph family-friendly hatch.
Zafira 2.0i Turbo VXR 7-seat — MPV for the fast family man.
Zafira Tourer SRi 2.0 CDTi (07/2012) — Ideal for drivers with a need for a stylish troop-carrier.
Zafira Tourer Exclusiv 2.0 ecoFLEX (02/2012) — Stylish 7-seat 50+mpg family transport.

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Volvo
C30 1.6D DRIVe SE Start/Stop (11/2009) — Hard to think of a reason not to DRIVe one.
C30 DRIVe (08/2009) — Most convincing of the eco-derivatives.
C30 T5 R-Design Polestar (08/2012) — Convincing punch will keep speed junkies entertained!
C30 R-Design Sport (03/2009) — A dash of class.
C30 T5 SE — Fiery Swedish sports coupé with a sense of occasion.
C70 D3 SE Lux (10/2010) — Does an honest job of accommodating four adults.
C70 D4 SE Geartronic (06/2012) — All-year-round top-down driveability.
C70 T5 SE — Good enough to lure the smart money away from Audi and BMW?
S40 T5 SE Sport — Cuts the mustard in the compact executive class.
S60 D3 SE (08/2010) — All-new S60. Comfortable, agile and trustworthy road manners.
S60 D5 SE Lux Geartronic (12/2010) — Stylish looks. Stylish drive.
S80 D2 SE Lux Powershift (10/2012) — Drive sensibly and you could see 60+mpg from this luxurious saloon.
S80 D5 SE Lux Geartronic (03/2009) — Ride comfort, refinement plus capable handling.
S80 T6 SE — Smooth executive cruiser. A serious alternative to the Germans.
V40 D2 SE Nav (12/2013) Nice to drive and nice to travel in, watched over by a host of electronic 'guardians'.
V40 D2 Cross Country SE Nav (08/2013)Has 'the look'. Smartly styled family car you can trust.
V40 D3 SE Nav (11/2012) — Volvo fans will love it. And so will many more.
V40 T4 SE Nav (09/2013) — No more coin tossing!
V40 T4 R-Design Lux (02/2013) — Plenty of classy touches. Nice to drive. Prepare to be impressed!
V50 1.6 DRIVe Start/Stop (01/2011) — Sensible, highly-specced medium-sized car.
V50 DRIVe Sportwagon SE (08/2009) Emissions + economy trounce most hybrids.
V60 D3 SE Lux Premium (11/2010) — Premium estate takes on Audi, BMW and Merc.
V60 D5 R-Design Premium (11/2010) — More oomph and easier cruising gait.
V60 T6 Polestar (09/2011) — With 329bhp on tap, it's the most powerful car ever made by Volvo.
V70 D5 SE Lux Geartronic (01/2012) — A good drive. Designed to survive a collision with a troll.
V70 R AWD — You'll never be late in Volvo's 155mph estate.
XC60 2.4D SE Geartronic (06/2009) — Worthy alternative to Freelander/X3.
XC60 D3 DRIVe SE Lux Premium (07/2011) — Serious alternative to Audi/BMW/Merc.
XC60 D5 SE (2008) — Impressive. And not just a 'little brother' to the XC90.
XC70 D5 AWD SE Lux Geartronic (12/2011) — Does just about anything you ask it to.
XC70 D5 SE (11/2008) — Will take the family safely down roads less travelled.
XC90 D5 SE Geartronic (06/2012) — Even hurricanes hardly hassle you in an XC90.
XC90 D5 Sport Geartronic — Stylish take on the 7-seat SUV.

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Volkswagen
Amarok Double-Cab 2.0 BiTDI 4MOTION (06/2011) — Named after a gigantic mythical wolf.
Beetle Design 1.2 TSI DSG (09/2012) — More driver-focused but the charms's still there.
Beetle Design 1.2 TSI DSG (03/2012) — 'Manned-up' new-for-2012 'Bug' still makes you smile.
Beetle 1.4 Design (03/2012) — New image will appeal to male drivers in particular.
Beetle — The kind of Bug that's good to catch.
Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition 2.0 TDI (12/2013) — Herbie's the name, fun's my game!
Beetle Cabriolet 70s Edition 2.0 TDI (09/2013)At last! A bloke's drop-top Beetle.
Beetle Cabriolet 50s Edition 1.4 (06/2013) — If style matters most you won't be disappointed.
Beetle Cabriolet 1.6 (06/2009) — One of the most distinctive soft-tops.
Beetle Cabriolet 1.8T — Entertaining driving & stylish posing evey day of the year.
Beetle Cabriolet 2.0 — Win friends and influence people.
Caravelle Startline 1.9 TDi (10/2009) — Enough space to worry an agoraphobic.
e-up! (07/2014) Definitely the EV way to go!
Eos SE BlueMotion 1.4 TSI (07/2010) — Classy car for all seasons.
Eos Sport 2.0 FSI — Easy-to-like, easy-to live-with coupé-convertible.
Eos Sport 2.0 T-FSI — Desirable four-seater coupé-convertible with unique roof.
Eos Sport 3.2 V6 DSG — 153mph coupé-convertible. ENJOYable.
Eos 2.0 TDI — 47mpg and just as good with diesel power.
Fox 1.2 Urban — Big car drive. Small car costs.
Fox 1.4 Urban — Smart city car with four seats and a big heart.
Golf Cabriolet GTI 2.0 TSI (08/2012) — Fans have waited 20 years for this.
Golf Cabriolet GT 1.4 TSI (11/2011) The prodigal drop-top returns in better shape than ever.
Golf R Cabriolet 2.0 TSI (06/2013) — £39K 'R' fastest drop-top Golf ever.
Golf Cabriolet SE 1.6 TDI BlueMotion Technology (09/2011) — A breath of fresh air!
Golf SE 1.6 TDI 5-dr (12/2013) — Latest Golf is still the Numero Uno family hatchback.
Golf SE 1.6 TDI 5-dr (01/2013) — New seventh generation Golf is The Best Yet!
Golf SE 1.4 TSI 5-dr (01/2013) — What a joy driving a sweet-running petrol can be.
Golf GTE (09/2014) 188 miles-per-gallon, 35g/km of CO2 and 0-62mph in 7.6 seconds!
Golf GTI (Mk7) 2.0 TSI 5-dr (10/2013)First choice for keen drivers.
Golf GTI (Mk6) 2.0 TSI 3-dr (08/2009) — You'll be smitten.
Golf GTI (Mk6) 2.0 TSI 3-dr (08/2009) — Best hot hatch.
Golf (Mk6) SE 1.4 TSI (05/2009) — A legend in its own lifetime.
Golf (Mk6) SE 2.0 TDI (01/2009) — Brilliant. You'll want one.
Golf Match BlueMotion 1.9 TDI (2008) — 'Green' Golf. Hard car to say 'no' to.
Golf GT (Mk5) 1.4 TSI — The benefits of diesel and petrol in one potent engine.
Golf (Mk5) GTI 2.0T DSG — Leader of the Pack.
Golf (Mk5) SE 1.9 TDI — Classless Golf is... a class act.
Golf R 2.0 TSI DSG (08/2010) — 155mph whizz-bang hot-hatch. Deeply satisfying!
Golf R32 5-dr — The Alpha Male of hot hatches.
Golf R32 (2006) — Seriously fast!
Golf V6 4Motion — Fast, furious + four-wheel-driven.
Golf Estate SE 2.0 TDI — Winning combination of space and performance.
Golf Plus (Mk5) SE 1.9 TDI — Regular Golf plus quite a bit more.
Jetta BlueMotion 1.9 TDI (03/2009) — 61.4 average mpg!
Jetta Sport 2.0 TDI BlueMotion (08/2011) — Supremely at home cruising on motorways.
Passat CC 1.8 TSI (2008) Graceful four-door, four-seater coupé.
Passat CC GT 3.6 4Motion DSG (01/2009) — A lot less ordinary.
Passat SE 1.8 TSI (2008) — A lot to like and a lot for your money.
Passat SE 2.0 TDI BlueMotion Technology (11/2012) Closer to a Merc than you might think.
Passat Estate SE BlueMotion 2.0 TDI (03/2011) — New 7th-gen. Better than ever.
Passat Estate SE 1.9 TDI (2006) — Good-looking alternative to B-M and M-B.
Passat R36 Estate (2008) — Very persuasive 4WD driving machine.
Passat R36 (2008) — Sizzling pace + high-performance at not-so-high prices.
Phaeton 3.0 V6 TDI 4Motion — Don't let a badge keep you apart!
Polo 1.2 TDI BlueMotion 3-dr (08/2010) — Real-life 72mpg+ better than any Hybrid.
Polo 1.2 SE 5-dr (09/2009) — Volkswagen's premium supermini.
Polo 1.4 TDI PD Sport 3-dr — The best of both worlds and 60mpg.
Polo 1.4 TDI BlueMotion 2 3-dr — 'Blue' is the new 'Green'.
Polo 1.6 TDI SEL 5-dr (03/2010) Like a Golf. Only smaller.
Polo GTI 1.4 TSI (06/2011) — A miniature Golf GTI that goes just as fast.
Polo GTI 1.8T 3-dr — Quick, economical hot hatch wearing desirable GTI livery.
Sharan Sport 1.9 TDI PD Tiptronic 7-seater — Ultra-efficient MPV.
Scirocco 1.4 TSI (04/2009) — Great handling. Potent powerplant.
Scirocco GT 2.0 TSI 200PS (08/2008)Fab new driving machine from VW.
Scirocco GT 2.0 TSI 200PS (12/2008) — Monstrously enjoyable. Brilliant to drive.
Scirocco R 2.0 TSI DSG (07/2010)A 'hot' drive whatever the weather.
Sharan 2.0 TDI (11/2010) After 15 years, new-gen seven-seat MPV.
Sharan SE 2.0 TDI BlueMotion (06/2011) 7 seater, fully-fledged people-mover.
Tiguan S 2.0 TDI 4Motion (12/2011) — Easy to own. Easy to drive. And easy on the pocket.
Tiguan SE 2.0 TDI 4Motion (09/2011) Thoroughly competent family-friendly 4x4.
Tiguan SE 2.0 TDI 4Motion — Hard to fault, easy to like compact SUV.
Tiguan SE 2.0 TDI 4Motion Tiptronic (2008) — Impeccably 'urbanised'.
Tiguan SE 2.0 TDI 4Motion (2008) — More power + performance.
Touareg 3.0 V6 TSI Hybrid (12/2011) Power + performance from VW's classy 4x4.
Touareg SE 3.0 V6 TDI Tiptronic (02/2011) — Enough driveability to banish those SUV blues!
Touareg SE 3.0 V6 TDI Tiptronic (11/2010) — Space, refinement + off-road abilities.
Touareg SE 3.0 V6 TDI Tiptronic (2007) — All-terrain luxury.
Touareg V10 TDI — Clambers over mountains.
Touran Sport 2.0 TDI 140PS (01/2011) — Totally fit for purpose.
Touran 1.6 TDI S BlueMotion (11/2010) Good handling family car for seven.
Touran 1.9 TDI SE 7-seater — For the family on the move.
Transporter Shuttle 2.5 SE TDI 8-seater — Snow White drives one!
up! 1.0 Move 3-dr (03/2012) — Best city car on the market + a real-world 64mpg!