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    Leon Sinks Its Teeth Into Hatchback Rivals

    Feast your eyes on the next SEAT Leon. The Spanish car maker used all the razzmatazz of the Geneva Motor Show to unveil its new small family hatchback, and freely admitted that this 'prototipo' is virtually the real deal.

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    Clueless Cop Gets Smart

    It's not the obvious choice of vehicle for a high-speed pursuit, but then its driver isn't your typical detective. In a match made in marketing heaven, Inspector Clouseau will drive a Smart ForTwo city car in the forthcoming remake of The Pink Panther.

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    New Cars Lose Their Shine Fast

    Crashing your new car sounds like a nightmare, but for many motorists that's the cruel reality - on the day they take delivery.

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    Vauxhall Faces A Testing Time

    The world's biggest test drive - that's how Vauxhall is billing its latest initiative. A staggering 35,000 cars are being made available for three-day tests in countries across Europe. The scheme runs from next month until the end of June.

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    Morgan That's Fit For A Prince

    Some people are so rich they can have a unique car built for them - and here's the proof. This is the Morgan Aeromax, commissioned by Prince Eric Sturzda, president of Swiss bank Barings.

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    New Civic Answers Call Of The Wild

    There's only one word to describe this car: showstopper. Honda hopes the model will change its image forever - and judging by the reception the all-new Civic received at its Geneva Motor Show unveiling, the company is well on the way to achieving its goal.

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    Classy New Mondeo Is On The Way

    It's the car that Ford is pinning its future on - and Auto Express magazine has the exclusive pictures! The mag's stunning images show the blue oval's all-new Mondeo for the first time - and are proof that the firm is serious about moving its most critical model upmarket.

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    At Full Chat

    Just done my 19th Geneva Motor Show, and this one was like no other car expo I've attended in Switzerland, or anywhere else. What made it so different? The fact that one company - Citroen - simultaneously launched a new entry-level city car for cash-strapped kids and a top-of-the-line, £30,000-plus executive cruiser. These models are not cynical concepts created by vain Paris-based designers to show how talented they are. They will be on sale in Britain in a matter of months.

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    At Full Chat

    When politicians can't cope with hugely complicated matters, they often rope in outsiders to do the talking, and much of the dirty work, for them. Bob Geldof does it with famine, Bono's area of specialty is Third World debt and the latest unlikely character to dabble in the political world is Jamie Oliver. Don't laugh. He's still a young man, but can already consider himself to be a highly successful and wealthy chef, entrepreneur, television presenter, employer and celebrity.

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    Special Maybach Is All Torque

    In the 'ultimate saloon' stakes, Maybach is heading off Bentley and Rolls-Royce rivals with a new version of the 57, the S.

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