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The driving position is awkward

20 June 2016

Paul Acres discovers that less is more in the mildly revised Fiat 500

Continental shift

20 June 2016

It’s not green or lean, but the GT Speed is deliciously mean, as Paul Acres discovers

Dealership a winner for fourth year

Steve Clary, left, presents the Ford Motor Company's Chairman's Award to Haynes chairman and managing director Andrew Haynes

15 June 2016

A car seller has picked up the Ford Motor Company’s Chairman’s Award once again for its car service department.


Capital gains

Mitsubishi have given the Outlander PHEV a facelift for 2016

10 June 2016

The Outlander PHEV is the UK’s best-selling electric vehicle. Paul Acres finds out why

Back to the future

There is certainly some of the original DS in there somewhere

09 June 2016

Innovative, quirky and deliciously different this is the first Citroen truly worthy of the DS badge since the original wowed the world

Electric car maker opens store

Tesla has opened a new store at Bluewater

24 May 2016

Tesla has launched its first shop outside London in the county.

Power generation

The battery is good for 31 miles, in theory

13 May 2016

The Golf hybrid is no GT, but it retains the capacity to delight, as Paul Acres discovers.

Taking charge

The front is dominated by the huge grille

13 May 2016

The Lexus RX stands out from the crowd but is its hybrid powertrain a breath of fresh air? Paul Acres finds out

TT yeS!

The TT remains a bit of a looker

13 May 2016

Audi’s little coupe doesn’t need more power, but the TTS shows exactly how good it can be, as Paul Acres finds out

Car maker cuts losses

A Caterham Seven 160, which is manufactured at its Dartford headquarters

20 April 2016

Bosses at sportscar maker Caterham Cars said they are "disappointed" after having to cease expansion plans, put up prices and make redundancies.

C’eed blossoms

The wide lower air intake, underscored by a red trim line, isn't just for show

18 April 2016

The C’eed GT, like its three-door sibling, is an enjoyable entry into the hot hatch arena writes Paul Acres

Sports mad

15 April 2016

The Clio Renaultsport Trophy is more suited to the track than a trip to the shops reports Paul Acres

Navara so good

It might not look it, but the Navara is actually a lot of fun

11 April 2016

There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to the Nissan Navara discovers Paul Acres

S is for stunning

08 April 2016

What do you get if you combine all-wheel-drive, 375bhp and a stonking chassis? Fun with a capital F, U and N reports Paul Acres

All in on Red

The sports suspension is firm but there's still some body roll in corners

01 April 2016

The new Corsa brings some welcome improvements as Paul Acres discovers

Gaining momentum

01 April 2016

The Volvo XC90 points Volvo in a new direction as Paul Acres discovers

Rare treat

There’s hardly a straight line in sight

30 March 2016

The Infiniti Q70 faces an uphill battle against some tough rivals. Paul Acres finds out if it has what it needs to compete

Little pleasures

The Kodo 'Soul of motion' design language is in full evidence

30 March 2016

The new MX-5 is smaller, lighter and funner, as Paul Acres discovers

Delays ease after collapsed manhole

Long traffic tailbacks are being reported on the M2. File picture

24 March 2016

A busy motorway is getting back to normal after a collapsed manhole caused delays.


What’s in a name?

The twin-door boot lid, which compromised the styling, has been replaced with a traditional set-up

07 March 2016

Paul Acres discovers that the latest generation Superb finally lives up to its billing

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