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Fiat Croma

27 Apr, 2005

What does the name Croma mean to you? For many, it will conjure up images of an ageing, unreliable and largely unloved family Fiat. So what are we to make of the all-new Croma, which we drove for the first time this week?

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Mitsubishi Colt

27 Apr, 2005

It's no surprise that Mitsubishi's revitalised Colt range will be going topless at the end of the year with its own folding hard-top version

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Range Rover

20 Apr, 2005

While Reva's NXG doesn't use petrol, this supercharged version of the new Range Rover Sport certainly does, returning a miserly 17.8mpg. But then it is the fastest model that Land Rover has ever made.

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Reva NXG

20 Apr, 2005

There are plenty of people prepared to talk about saving the planet by driving green alternatives to petrol-engined cars. But how many do you think are actually prepared to put their money where their mouths are and get behind the wheel of one?

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Caterham Seven CSR 260

20 Apr, 2005

The average life-cycle for a modern car is around seven years, but a legend takes longer to develop. Caterham's Seven has been on sale for nearly half a century, yet only now have engineers given the classic its most significant update ever.

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Skoda Octavia

20 Apr, 2005

In this year's Auto Express Driver Power survey, 87 per cent of old-model Skoda Octavia owners said they would buy another.

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BMW M6

20 Apr, 2005

There aren't many supercar firms that are household names. Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche all instantly spring to mind, but now BMW thinks it should be added to the ranks of exotic car makers.

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Mazda 5

20 Apr, 2005

Not everything is what it seems in today's new car market. We have roadsters as practical as superminis, saloons as fast as supercars and people carriers that look like hatchbacks.

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Toyota Aygo

20 Apr, 2005

Small is big news this year, so it's no surprise few cars are as eagerly anticipated as Toyota's neat little Aygo.

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Hyundai Sonata

13 Apr, 2005

For some time now, Korean cars have been cheap and reliable - but one thing they've lacked is style. Well, Hyundai's all-new Sonata is bidding to change that with European design cues and a higher-class package.