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Skoda Superb 1.4 TSI SE L Executive review
Exclusive: Car makers 'can't meet' Euro6 emissions targets
Renault Kadjar 1.5 dCi review
New Subaru Levorg 2015 UK review
Planned switchover from analogue to digital radio won't happen until 2017, according to new figures
Radical shake-up will leave motorists liable for astronomical bills to repair electronic stability control systems from next year
Sales of petrol and diesel dropped by 1.7billion litres in the first six months of 2011, causing £1billion in lost revenue for the treasury
Half of British motorists drive at 80mph on the motorway already, but soon it will be legal
High-performance Jeep Grand Cherokee has made its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show
New data casts doubts over the use of speed traps as the number of accidents increases
BMW releases teaser shot of what we can expect from its Frankfurt show stand next month
Figures released by the RAC Foundation show the UK is only the ninth most expensive country in Europe for petrol
String of councils are planning to introduce the controversial charges over the next few months
New report says fuel tax should be used to subsidise public transport
Jet-turbine whine or the thrum of a traditional engine? Help Ford pick the low-speed noise the Focus Electric will make.
Brit firms revolutionary 175mpg hybrid takes to the road and Auto Express is behind the wheel.
It's your chance to make a difference as a motorist - the Governmnent wants to know what you would change, and so do we.
Early verdict on clever diesel-electric estate
We report live on what Chancellor George Osbourne has in store for the motorist in his Budget speech.
Battery Phantom gets wireless charging, still blends power, luxury.
MINI Cooper SD will get 141bhp - covering the 0-62mph spring in 8.1 seconds and yet returning impressive 66mpg fuel economy figures
The government are considering relaxing MoT testing. Is it good idea? We want your views
Safety alert as UK supply runs short, outrage as insurers push up premiums
We drive the most powerful diesel version of Seat's sporty supermini estate to find out if the extra room in the back spoils the fun factor.
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