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    Loan Owners In Repossession Fear

    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.

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    Get A Load Of Stylish New Mondeo

    Bigger, better built and more refined... meet the new Mondeo estate, the latest addition to the next-generation Ford's family. The exclusive picture in this week's Auto Express shows what the forthcoming load-lugging version of the blue oval favourite will look like.

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    Scooby Shifts Up

    If you want a cheap Subaru, get your order in now! With its sights set on the lucrative premium sector, the firm has announced plans to move upmarket - and increase prices across the range.

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    Stradale's A Safe Bet

    Most development vehicles are disguised with black plastic cladding - but Ferrari is trying a new approach. Although this F430 has warning lights on the roof and safety car written down the side, don't be fooled! The machine proves that work on the forthcoming 200mph Stradale is underway.

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    Special Volvos Going On Sail...

    Volvo has launched special editions of the XC90, XC70 and V70 to celebrate its round-the-world yachting series.

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    Olympics To Force Show Switch

    Britain's golden wonders have delivered a blow to future plans for the Motor Show. Organisers have revealed the expo will be rescheduled, because its new home at the ExCeL centre in London's Docklands will be one of the venues for the Olympic Games. That means the 2012 Motor Show will be held a month earlier in June.

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    At Full Chat by Mike Rutherford

    There are no plans for the mandatory introduction of speed limiters in privately owned vehicles, the Government claims. But why, then, is it spending millions of pounds testing 20 partly remote-control cars that use satellite technology to automatically apply the brakes if you are going too fast?

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    New 75 Hails Rover's Return...

    It's not over for Rover! And in our sensational pictures in this week's Auto Express we take the wraps off two radical new machines which are set to rise from the ashes of the collapsed manufacturer.

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    ...And '45' Is On Its Way Back Too!

    It's not only the compact executive market that will be targeted by the owners of MG Rover's best technology... SAIC also has its eyes on the huge family car market.

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    Anti-theft Aid Loses Its Sting

    The spiked 'stingers' used by police to puncture the car tyres of criminals and slow them down are useless on run-flats.

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    Micra's Top Of The Fobs

    Money isn't everything when it comes to car security. The Nissan Micra is the only model to pass a tough new test for keyless 'smart keys' - but the BMW 7-Series and Mercedes S-Class failed.

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