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IF there's a car out there that's really in tune with the X Factor it's the latest Mokka compact SUV from Vauxhall.When the original Mokka hit UK streets back in 2012 it slipped quietly under the radar into an already intensely competitive area of the new car...

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OVERSEAS buyers are snapping up British-built cars ahead of Brexit, pushing production at UK factories to near record levels.Double-digit growth in demand for British-built cars last month helped deliver the biggest February for UK car production in...

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KOREAN maker SsangYong is set to move upmarket with a new, advanced off-roader, codenamed the Y400.Details are sparse, but these teaser images reveal a much more stylish approach than before and the technical aspects of the design sound...

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IN the rarified world of designer fashion, the name Inès de la Fressange may not exactly roll off the tongue or rank alongside the likes...

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AN elite band of just 106 mega-rich drivers around the world will eventually own this sleek new McLaren- and this newly released design...

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JUST A month after sister company Peugeot revealed an all-electric version of the Partner Teepee, Citroen is joining the drive to bring...

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THE cost of running a new car has increased by a massive ten per cent in the last year, according to new research.And the running costs of...

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THE new Peugeot Expert van has won its second award in two weeks by taking the prize for the Small Panel Van of the Year in the 2017 Vans...

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WHEN a car has been top of the tree and the best seller in its sector it might seem a problem for its maker's designers and engineers to...

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THE most powerful and luxurious Range Rover to go into mainstream production has just been released with a price tag of a cool...

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TRACK day fans are being targeted by Italian sports car maker Abarth which is fitting a special telemetry system to its new 595 Trofeo...

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ICONIC British sports car maker Lotus is launching a newcomer to its Elise line-up in April which will be one of the lightest in the...

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THERE was a definite sense of déjà vu at the traffic lights recently when an Austin Allegro pulled up alongside me.This product of the...

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KOREAN car maker Hyundai is carrying out winter testing on its first high-performance model, the i30 N which is due to be launched across...

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JAGUAR has unleashed its first electric vehicle - the Jaguar I-PACE - on to the streets for the first time.Driving in London's famous...

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A NEW pick-up truck from Fiat, the Fullback Cross, has made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.The newcomer to the Italian manufacturer's...

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NISSAN has introduced a LEAF Black Edition to its line-up of the world's biggest selling electric motor.Based on the Acenta grade of LEAF,...

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THE Audi Q5 is much less intimidating than the huge Q7, but despite all models having four wheel drive, it's not really an...

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A FLEET of 48 all-electric Nissan e-NV200 Combi vans has arrived at Portsmouth Naval Base in a deal with BAE Systems who manage the site on...

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A VISION of the motoring arena of 2025 in which hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery electric and fuel cell cars will make up two thirds of...

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THE Land Rover Defender may have gone from mainstream production but the legend of the iconic go-anywhere vehicle is being kept alive.While...

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A DACIA is the first new car of choice for used-buyers who want to move up the motoring ladder.From its UK launch in 2013, the...

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TESLA is not a car brand that perhaps many British motorists will instantly recognise.There are currently little more than a dozen...

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