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    Lion Adds Flex Appeal

    French firm Peugeot's practical '007' range is growing - and this week's mag has the picture that proves it. Based on the next-generation 207 hatchback, which itself will be unveiled at next year's Geneva Motor Show, the mag has an exclusive preview of the 2007 MPV.

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    Ultimate Range Rover Blows In

    If the 400bhp supercharged Range Rover isn't powerful enough, this should do the trick. Surrey-based performance specialist Overfinch has come up with a power upgrade to boost the output to a whopping 500bhp - and this gives the new car a 0-60mph time of around six seconds.

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    Lollipop Ladies Feel Heat

    Now here's a story to warm the cockles of your heart... Lollipop ladies are testing a hi-tech pole-warmer in a bid to fight off freezing temperatures on cold winter days.

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    Freeze! Next Big Cat Is Snared

    It was a chilly wait for our snapper, but it was well worth it. In this week's magazine we have the best pictures yet of the new Jaguar XK, due to debut at September's Frankfurt Motor Show.

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    Bi-lingual Signs Confusion

    Campaigners are calling for the end of 'confusing' road signs, amid claims they can cause accidents. Experts say it takes longer for drivers to read signs that are in two languages and process the information. That means late lane changes and last-minute manoeuvres which put motorists at risk.

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    Next Mondeo's Caught Cold

    In last week's issue, we revealed the first-ever picture of the next Ford Mondeo, and explained that pre-production prototypes were testing - and this week's mag has the shots which prove it.

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    Hot Nissan Aiming Sky

    A new model is just over the horizon from Nissan - but there's no Skyline in sight. An exclusive image in this week's magazine reveals the Japanese firm's hot new GT-R performance flagship. And the big news is that when it's unveiled in the metal at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2007, it won't wear a Skyline badge.

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    Unfit Drivers Face Lock-out

    Feeling unwell or tired? Taken prescription or even recreational drugs? A new dashboard device will stop you in your tracks and prevent you from driving your car. The gadget tests a person's mental abilities, and switches off the engine if it senses that their judgment and co-ordination aren't up to scratch.

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    Memorial Has A Touch Of Glass

    It's glass for the past! Morgan fans have raised funds for a stained glass church window to remember former boss Peter Morgan, who died in 2003.

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    Quids In On Kia Servicing Deal...

    Pound for pound, there is no better deal. Kia has extended its £1 deposit offer to cover servicing on the Cerato hatch. For £2, you get the car and the maintenance package - a £330 total saving on the traditional 12 and 24-month check-up costs.

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    Bubbles To End Rubber Trouble?

    A solid tyre has passed high-speed tests for roadworthiness - days after also completing endurance trials. Amerityre's experimental unit doesn't need inflating, and can't puncture due to the millions of air bubbles in its polyurethane foam construction.

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