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Take a look at Mazda's revised 6, seen here in estate form. The Japanese firm has facelifted the entire range, which is available now for only a small price hike.
A shocking 40 per cent of rear seat occupants fail to wear seatbelts, according to the RAC Foundation. As part of its 'think before you drive month', the organisation is trying to raise awareness of the need to buckle up.
Smart's Roadster and Roadster Coupé have been given a stay of execution. The two models were due to be axed at the end of 2005, but will now remain on sale in the UK throughout 2006.
Lower and sleeker, this week's magazine's shock picture reveals that the next-generation X5 will be sportier than its predecessor.
AUSTRALIA: Road safety campaigners in New South Wales are pinning wrecks of mangled cars to billboards to shock passing motorists.
Big Brother is all the rage these days - and even Ford is getting in on the act.
It's communism in a can! A German businessman is selling tins containing exhaust fumes of the Trabant on the Internet.
The Accent is on quality for Hyundai. These official pictures show the look of the new family car, due here in the autumn.
How has the recent drop in UK fuel prices changed the way you drive?
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