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Hyundai Tucson

6 Apr, 2004

When you make a list of the world's leading SUV manufacturers, Hyundai might not immediately spring to mind - but that could be about to change.

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Chrysler Crossfire

6 Apr, 2004

It might have sold out in the UK, but Chrysler's stunning Crossfire Coupe hasn't done much to shatter the sales charts in the US.

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Volvo V50

6 Apr, 2004

Just two weeks ago, we named the brilliant new S40 saloon as the finest compact Volvo ever. Its combination of crisp styling, dynamic handling and value for money made it one of the most impressive and significant new models in years.

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Pagani Zonda Roadster

6 Apr, 2004

Put your head to the ground and you can still just about hear the shockwave that went around the world when Horacio Pagani unveiled the Mercedes-powered Zonda in 1999. In one elaborate stroke, he had out-Lamborghini'd Lamborghini.

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Rover 75

6 Apr, 2004

The last time Rover launched an all-new mainstream model designed and engineered entirely by its own employees was in 1995, with the 200.

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Cadillac XLR

31 Mar, 2004

Another new model with a Merc SLK-style folding hard-top has been launched - but this time it's American. Cadillac's XLR two-seater has been on sale in the US since September, but from next month is available in Europe.

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Mercedes SLK 350 7G-Tronic

31 Mar, 2004

It looks set to be one of the most sought after drop-tops of this summer, but will all variants live up to the hype?

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Alfa Romeo GT

31 Mar, 2004

British buyers have been waiting a long time for the new Alfa GT. First, we were told it would be with us in 2002, European customers took delivery late last year, and UK cars will finally arrive this week. But has it been worth the delay?

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Citroen C3

31 Mar, 2004

With its funky looks and innovative roof arrangement, Citroen's Pluriel is already an oddball choice for the small car buyer.

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Citroen C3

31 Mar, 2004

Some people thought Rover's Streetwise was a daft idea, but obviously not Citroen.