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White lines are meant to keep traffic on track, but new research shows many in the UK are dangerously off the mark.
Big demand for new Rio diesel has forced Kia to raise its price. The oil-burning 1.5 GS is now £8,995 - that's £500 more than petrol car.
In this week's mag we have the first pictures of the revised Porsche Cayenne 4x4, and the big news is that the firm has opted for 911-style headlamps in an attempt to boost the model's much-criticised image.
The next generation of diesel engines is under development at Toyota, and combines the best bits of current oil-burners and petrol units.
Auto-txt, the mobile phone-based security device revealed in Auto Express issue 889, has been chosen as the anti-theft system for all new Land Rovers and Jaguars in 2006.
Anti-drink-drive campaigners have criticised a breathalyser seatbelt, which disables the car's ignition if the person at the wheel is over the limit.
Road tolling does not encourage motorists to drive less, a study has found.
The Fox, VW's new entry-level small car, will go on sale in April with prices starting at £6,595.
The muscle cars are back, as retro performance models made a welcome return at last week's Detroit Motor Show.
Europe's car giants are making a huge splash at this week's Detroit Motor Show. But the Americans have lots to shout about, too - none more so than Jeep.
Which do you think looks better, the new Fiat 124 or the new Mazda MX-5?
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