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Mazda 6 Mk 3 review (2013 on)


The Mazda 6 doesn’t just look good next to rivals such as the Vauxhall Insignia, Volkswagen Passat and Ford Mondeo ‒ it’s also good value
Mazda5 Mk 2 (2008-2015)

Mazda5 Mk 2 review (2008-2015)


A rival to the Ford C-Max, Renault Scenic, Vauxhall Zafira Tourer and Volkswagen Touran, the Mazda5 has an ace up its sleeve in the form of two sliding...
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Mercedes-Benz S-class W221 review (2006-2013)


It is widely rumoured that the most stressed engineers at Mercedes are those responsible for designing the new S-class.
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First drive review: 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-class


Mercedes reckons that being at the wheel of its new saloon is like flying business...
Renault Mégane (2008-2016)

Renault Mégane review (2008-2016)


Renault's rival to the VW Golf and Ford Focus is feeling its age. Our advice? Look elsewhere.
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First drive review: BMW M6 Gran Coupé (2013)


Giles Smith first drive review: BMW M6 Gran Coupé (2013)
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Renault Captur review (2013-on)


Renault’s quirky SUV rival to the Nissan Juke is a good-looking and fun addition to our roads, but it’s not quite the all-round package family...
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Porsche Cayenne review (2010-on)


The Cayenne is a luxury SUV that delivers the best driving experience in its class. It is larger than the new Macan and is currently Porsche's best-selling...
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Porsche Panamera review (2009-on)


The Panamera is Porsche’s equivalent to a luxury saloon car from the likes of Audi, BMW, Maserati and Mercedes
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Citroën DS5 review (2011-on)


The DS5 is Citroën’s way of saying it now deserves to be taken seriously as a luxury car manufacturer, a maker of machines as opulent and desirable...
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Porsche 911 review (2011-on)


This is the best everyday sports car money can buy, but with a huge choice of 911 variants buyers must choose wisely.
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Citroën C5 Mk 2 review (2008-on)


The C5 is Europe's forgotten large car, a rival for a Ford Mondeo or a Vauxhall Insignia, yet it looks almost German – particularly from the rear...