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    Hot Mazda 3 Charges In

    Exclusive pictures in this week's mag show the Mazda's forthcoming 3 MPS (Mazda Performance Series) being put to the test in the hands of development engineers at the Nürburgring in Germany.

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    HEMI Power Steaks Its Claim

    Fancy a hamburger in a hurry? You need a HEMI-powered barbecue! The supergrill (image) was part of the What Can You HEMI? competition at the Chrysler Museum, Michigan.

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    Get In Frame For Hot Fiesta's Keys

    Here's a snappy way to win a Ford Fiesta ST. The blue oval wants pictures of its vehicles that sum up the relationship between Ford and the UK.

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    Mechanic Bags Top Tech Prize

    It was third time lucky for John Tinham who, after twice being runner-up in the Top Technician contest, has taken the title. The event, run by the garage industry and supported by Auto Express, tests mechanics' knowledge.

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    GT Ferrari On Starting Grid

    Ferrari's latest prancing horse has left the stable. Exclusive spy shots in this week's magazine reveal the successor to the 575 Maranello, which will tempt buyers with more power, thrills and sleek styling than any other model in the firm's line-up.

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    Ky's The Limit For Koreans

    Hot on the heels of the quirky Rodius people carrier, here's another new model from SsangYong - and it's due to go on sale in the UK by the end of the year. This is the Kyron, an SUV designed to rival Toyota's RAV4 and the Nissan X-Trail. It fits into the Korean firm's line-up alongside the Rexton, but while that car is designed as a more rugged off-roader, this is hailed as a 'lifestyle' vehicle. Powered by a 2.0-litre common-rail diesel engine, the Kyron will have some mud-plugging ability, th

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    Around The World

    USA: Harold Tomlin of Missouri is quids in as his stolen car has been returned - after 26 years. The thief took care of the £800 1979 Corvette, so it's now valued at £14,000.

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    New Passat Loads Up On Style

    Just when we thought Volkswagen had made the perfect Passat, they release one that's loads better.

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    Firm Points Way To Smart Belts

    Boffins have 'fingered' a new way of making seatbelts safer. Car armrests could be fitted with digit scanners to measure bone density and work out how much to pretension belts.

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    'Speeding' Guidelines For Cops

    A major crackdown on police testing high-speed cars on public roads is being looked at after an officer was cleared of driving at 159mph. The chief constables' organisation, ACPO, is considering issuing guidelines to apply to all forces nationwide. The move follows the trial of Pc Mark Milton from West Mercia Police, who was caught doing 159mph in a cop car on the M54 near Telford, Shrops, at night.

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    Next Grand Vits The Bill

    Has Suzuki got Grand designs? These are the first official pictures of the Japanese firm's new Grand Vitara - and bosses are hoping the bold look will help the car steal sales away from key rivals.

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