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    VW Set To Head For Hills With New Crossgolf

    Nothing gets VW bosses 'cross' like another selection of Golf spy shots. This week's mag has the best pictures yet of the new Volkswagen Crossgolf which, apart from the luxury Touareg, represents the German manufacturer's first entry into the mainstream SUV market.

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    Nissan 'Type R' Is Ready For Action

    Remember the Almera GTi? It's back! These are the first pictures of Nissan's sensational new Sport Concept - the maker's answer to Honda's class-leading Civic Type R - which made its debut at this week's New York Motor Show

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    Conti Blows Its Top

    The Bentley Boys are back again - and they've been busy! Just weeks after the Crewe-based manufacturer unveiled its new four-door Flying Spur saloon at the Geneva Motor Show, Auto Express magazine can reveal the next instalment in the Bentley renaissance - the Continental GT convertible.

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    At Full Chat

    The somewhat mysterious arm of central government known as the Highways Agency has recently appointed a new traffic director for motorways and trunk roads. His name is Derek Turner, and he introduced London's red route and congestion charging schemes. From what I can gather, he's hardly a friend of the car driver. The official word from his new employer is that he will lead the Agency's work into a new era of traffic management. What does that entail exactly?

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    Auto Express And BTCC

    Auto Express, has once again signed up as media partner to the British Touring Car Championship. As ever you'll be the first to get all the news and views from Britain's most exciting motor racing series. And, along with sister mag evo, our logos will be on the side of every car competing in this year's BTCC.

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    Lost Time

    British motorists could lose over 150,000 hours over the four-day Easter weekend through avoidable breakdowns says the AA. A spokesman said: "With Easter being early this year, many cars will be heading off on their first long journey for several months. If motorists do some basic maintenance before they head off they could reduce the risk of having the inconvenience of a breakdown."

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    Cleaning Up

    A survey commissioned by BP has found that 53 per cent of drivers spend at least 20 minutes each week cleaning their cars, in contrast to 27 per cent who spend 20 minutes cleaning their bathroom and 21 per cent who spend the same amount of time on their living rooms.

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    It's The Easy Way To Get Rich Quick

    There are reasons why the rich get richer, as one AE staffer found out while waiting in a UK airport recently.

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    News In Brief

    A new type of pavement that absorbs water has been unveiled. The maker says it could end flash floods, as it holds moisture and releases it slowly.

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    C4 Ready To Join Boot Camp

    There's even more to C from Citroen! The French company is widening the C4 range with this saloon - captured by the mag's spies while undergoing winter testing. With three and five-door hatchbacks already available, the newcomer will complete Citroen's line-up in the compact family car sector.

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