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Some optional extras are more popular than others - and Vauxhall has realised that with one of its offerings.
British drivers want foreign motorists who break UK traffic laws tracked down, fined and their licences endorsed, a survey has found.
We've shown you the spy shots - now make Room for the real thing.
Two reborn legends have gone head-to-head again. The Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger led the way in a Web poll on what will be America's next big car. Here's the top six:
Well, blow me... Nightclubbers and pub-goers can now discover precisely whether or not they're over the drink-drive limit before getting behind the wheel, thanks to a new safety device.
Top brass at Volvo have confirmed its £100 servicing deal will be extended across the entire range. The three-year/30,000-mile scheme is currently offered on the S40 and V50 only.
Excessive parking charges and restrictions are holding back small businesses in the UK, industry experts have warned.
The 2006 Subaru Legacy saloon (image) and Sports Tourer have been given the first-ever 'Top Safety Pick Gold' award by the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
A go-slow safety initiative taking its lead from pace cars in US motor-sport is failing to keep speeding drivers in check and cut road accidents.
It's seven heaven for Toyota with the launch of this, the all-new Previa.
Which do you think looks better, the new Fiat 124 or the new Mazda MX-5?
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