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While the Voyager - see separate story - is getting a major revamp, you'll have to look closer to spot the changes to the facelifted Mercedes SL.
We hope Chrysler doesn't take offence, but our spy photographers have managed to capture the firm's latest people mover through this security screen in this week's mag.
Have you completed your 2006 Driver Power survey yet? If not, you're missing out on being part of Britain's most comprehensive car ownership study - and the chance to win £25,000!
It's so flat, you could sleep on it... Chevrolet's new Captiva will be the first SUV to offer a totally horizontal load area, from dash to tailgate, when it debuts at March's Geneva Motor Show.
Petrol and diesel prices have started 2006 around 10 pence per litre higher than at the same time last year.
Quick, Ren for cover! A hot new Mégane, celebrating Renault's racing success, has roared on to the scene.
A new in-car fitness CD that promises to turn hold-ups into tone-ups has been launched.
It's only a sketch, but already we can see a stunning new Aston Martin that will be licensed to thrill.
Britain is a nation of 'spinners' who can't resist taking their latest car out for a blast round the block, says a survey.
Which do you think looks better, the new Fiat 124 or the new Mazda MX-5?
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