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Why right- and left-sided split-folding back seats can make buying an estate car tough in right-hand drive markets like the UK
As the last flying Avro Vulcan prepares to touch down for the final time, it's been filmed as part of a special flypast with its 800bhp Aston Martin namesake
Nissan learnt the hard way that open-top SUVs don't always work - but Jaguar Land Rover could have the brand power to pull off such a stunt
Concerned and confused Volkswagen customers are contacting Autocar for help - but shouldn't the company itself be doing more?
Tesla's first SUV was unveiled to a crowd of journalists and customers in the US last night, and it's set to be as much of a game-changer as the Model S
Does buying new instead of used ever make sense? It can do with value brands
We took part in an official economy test in a new Nissan Qashqai in 2013. Here's what goes on in the lab
Now that the headline-grabbing revelations of Volkswagen's emissions scandal have subsided, we're left to decide how to pick up the pieces
It's almost a week since the VW scandal broke – and UK and European owners of potentially affected cars still don't know what's going on
Government retests are very likely to confirm what we already know - and certain to cost a fortune. So why bother?