Car Reviews

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BMW i3S

With a monthly cost of around £400 for a PCP with a 10,000-mile annual limit the i3 is a costly proposition, especially when you consider that an Audi A3 1.5 TFSi costs around 25% less
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Smart ForFour

When Smart burst onto the scene in the late 1990s it was supposed to kick-start a revolution in urban transport, but sadly that didn’t happen
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Suzuki Ignis

One of the lowest-profile motoring brands in the UK, Suzuki has long focused on small cars that are neatly designed, well equipped, easy to drive and very reliable
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Mazda 3

We’re big fans of Mazda, which builds sharp-looking cars that are good to drive, well equipped, excellent value and (usually) reliable
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Renault Clio

As a result the current Clio is surprisingly big, with a big-car feel. The Clio Mk4 arrived in 2012 and got a facelift in 2016, which brought improved connectivity, more safety equipment (both standard and optional) plus an upgraded interior
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Volkswagen Polo

You’re looking here at the all-new sixth-generation Polo. Yes, honestly; it might look just like the Mk5 that was first seen almost a decade ago, but this is VW’s clean-sheet redesign
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Nissan Micra

For more than 30 years the Micra has been Nissan’s entry-level model, and the all-new car that recently reached showrooms is no exception.
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Vauxhall Astra

An all-new Vauxhall Astra – the seventh-generation edition – reached showrooms in October 2015. It didn’t look much different from its predecessor, but arguably represented the biggest step forward for the Astra ever
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Ford Fiesta

The all-new Fiesta is bigger than before, more highly equipped, safer and built to an even higher standard. In short it’s an absolute cracker; here’s why we love it so much