Have you ever tried to send a text from the back of a London cab? The suspension is so catastrophically hard that it’s just about impossible read full story >>
Not so long ago, Porsche was a sports car company and Nissan turned out a nice line in sensible small cars for pensioners. Now, the...
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Driving purists, it's time to get your wallets out: the fourth generation Mazda MX-5 is available to pre-order form today.
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By Dave Pollard
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Does Dacia offer automatic gearboxes? I have emailed its headquarters, which did not reply, and asked two franchise garages, which shrugged off the inquiry.
This week: Mazda MX-5 spare wheel conundrum, personalised 'plate chat continues, Guy Martin feedback and traffic light mastery.
Maybe you're being tailgated too closely. Perhaps you're arguing with a stranger over a parking space. Or you're stuck in traffic on the way to a friend’s wedding. With so many sources of frustration
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For seven years the Ford Fiesta has been Britain’s best-selling car. Even now, one in 20 cars sold in the country is a Fiesta. But the nation’s favourite is starting to show its age.
Q. The cloth on the A-pillars of my otherwise immaculate W-reg Volvo S80 SE is lifting off the plastic trim beneath. Volvo replacements cost £200-plus for each trim. How can I return my car to its for