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There's a top-secret high-performance engine under the bonnet of this test car seen in this week's issue - and Auto Express can reveal that it's destined for the UK.
Recovery rates of stolen cars have fallen by nine per cent since 1996. The latest Government statistics show that only 52 per cent were returned to their owners in 2003/2004.
They don't have thumbs, but parking ticket mach-ines can now text engineers' mobiles when they aren't working properly.
Diesel do nicely - that's the clear message from British motorists.
It's not only car makers that are forced to issue recalls. The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) has called back 14,000 of its learner education packs as they wrongly identify a waiting restriction sign as meaning no stopping.
Drivers are overstretching themselves by taking out bigger loans to buy cars. As a result, many are at risk of defaulting on payments and having their vehicles repossessed.
Bigger, better built and more refined... meet the new Mondeo estate, the latest addition to the next-generation Ford's family.
How has the recent drop in UK fuel prices changed the way you drive?
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