New cars

Thursday, April 30, 2015
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Dacia’s Sandero Stepway – a supermini on stilts and steroids – offers high value and low running costs, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Peugeot turns up heat with 308 GT

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Peugeot 308 GT is not a full-blown hot-hatch but you'll warm to its driving appeal.

Famed for its GTI models from years past, Peugeot is rebuilding its stable of hot hatches. This 308 GT might not be hot but it aims to give you a warm GTI-like feeling, says Iain Dooley.

Audi TT Roadster ray of pure sunshine

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Audi TT Roadster looks stunning, roof up or down, and doesn't disappoint to drive.

Audi’s highly-anticipated TT Roadster is one of the most desirable cars of 2015. Motoring editor Andy Russell finds out if it delivers on the promise.

Toyota reveals new Avensis highlights

Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Toyota's new Avensis can now be ordered with the first cars being delivered from late June.

Toyota has revealed first details of new Avensis which gets more distinctive styling, higher levels of sensory quality in a reworked cabin, improved equipment levels and a range of efficient Euro 6 engines.

Fiat 500X combines the style of the cute little 500 with the popularity of a crossover.

Fiat combines the cute styling of the 500 with the popularity of a crossover in the 500X. Motoring editor Andy Russell finds out how it adds up.

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Used Cars

Thursday, April 30, 2015
United Kingdom

Has your next car been HPI checked? Simon Gray, of Credo Asset Finance, explains why it could cost you dear.

Vehicle theft is down 70% in 10 years.

The number of cars stolen in the UK has dropped by 70% in a decade.

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Audi giving home delivery problems boot

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Audi has developed a system for delivering packages to the boot of a customer’s Audi using one-time keyless access technology.

Audi wants to put an end to the package tour – in a bid to eradicate the age-old problem of parcels being returned to the depot, left with a neighbour or earmarked for redelivery when a designated recipient is out.

Alan Hazlewood's first car was a 1928 Riley 9 Tourer bought in the mid Fifties.

I learned to drive in 1945 when I was 17, writes Alan Hazlewood, ofTrimley St Mary, near Felixstowe.

Licence warning over driving abroad

Thursday, April 30, 2015
The paper counterpart to the photocard driving licence is being phased out on June 8 which could cause initital problems for people driving  or hiring a car abroad.

UK drivers could face problems hiring cars abroad when the paper counterpart to the photocard driving licence is phased out on June 8 with the AA and RAC saying some drivers were unaware of it.

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