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Confused?: What large car will accommodate my husband?


I want a large car for my husband who is 6ft 8in tall and weighs 21 stones
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Car clinic: How can I get my Apple iPhone 5S to talk...


After swapping my iPhone 4 for the latest 5S model I am no longer able to make hands-free calls in my 2010 BMW 535i SE. Is there a way to restore...
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10 holiday haulers for £20,000


Here are 10 roomy estates to consider from Driving's stockroom of over 140,000 used cars for sale.
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News: BMW celebrates 30 years of M5 with its fastest-ever...


The BMW M5 is 30 years old this year and to celebrate, the car maker has launched not only its fastest-ever M5 but also its fastest-ever production...
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First drive review: BMW 518d SE saloon (2013)


In the vicious, back-alley knife-fight that is the executive saloon market, the 5-series is BMWs Mack the Knife. And when those other German spivs...
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Top 10: New cars that beat depreciation


Planning to buy a new car? Read our rundown of the slowest depreciators, and keep more of your money
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The Clarkson review: BMW 528i Touring SE (1999)


When I spend a night at my flat in London, I like to cook myself some supper. And since my culinary skills are a little bit northern, I don’t overreach...
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BMW 5-series E60/E61 review (2003-2010)


If a car company is going to call its products “the ultimate driving machine”, it must have the machine and the drive to back it up.
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BMW 5-series F10/F11 review (2010-on)


For about as long as we can remember, the 5-series has been the king of the executive saloons.
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The Clarkson review: BMW 520d M Sport (2013)


THERE ARE a handful of cars on the market today that are demonstrably better than all of their rivals.
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Top 10 family and estate cars


An estate car is never going to attract a crowd of onlookers. A brown saloon will never turn another driver’s head.