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First Drive review: Mazda CX-5 (2015)

It's always a bit worrying when a mainstream manufacturer announces that it is going 'premium'. More often than not, this means they've stuck a bit of plastic chrome on the coin tray...

First Drive review: Mercedes-AMG C 63 (2015)

The new Mercedes-AMG C 63 doesn’t hang about. Panting expectantly as soon as you’ve twisted the key in the ignition, it accelerates from 0 to 62mph before the woman on the sat nav can finish saying, “

First Drive review: Smart Fortwo (2015)

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First Drive review: Porsche Cayenne Turbo S (2015)

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First Drive review: Volvo XC90 (2015)

The update of the XC90 after 12 years is a momentous occasion. Will it finally take Volvo into the top tier of SUV makers?

First Drive review: Audi TTS roadster

A biblical deluge in Mallorca cramped this new roadster’s style but when the clouds parted, a proper sports car emerged...

The Clarkson review: Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS

A colleague of mine noted recently that there are 154 options you can have on a Porsche 911, and as a result there are a staggering 9.6 trillion possible combinations...

First Drive review: Audi R8 LMX (2014)

The Audi R8 was the future once. A prototype appeared in 2003 and was so modern-looking that it became the basis for Will Smith’s car in the film I, Robot , set in 2035.

First Drive review: Ford Mondeo (2015)

He helped Tony Blair to a landslide win in 1997 but while the archetypal Mondeo buyer may no longer have the same political clout the car itself is still going strong — and moving upmarket...

The Clarkson review: Ferrari California T (2014)

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