Cars like the Delta, a rebadged Lancia, were the final straw for Chrysler in the UK

Sorry Chrysler - but good riddance

Chryslers will no longer be sold in the UK by 2017, but our man can't wait to see the back of them after decades of shoddy cars and mismanagement

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Saab 9-3 Convertible

Missing Saab? You only need to look in the classifieds

There might not be any new Saabs around at the moment, but you only need open up the classifieds to find a pool of used examples on your doorstep

by James Ruppert
16 March 2015
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To buy or not to buy? A 1999 Mercedes C43 AMG Estate for £3500

Affordable high-performance estate, or a terrible bank-breaking mistake?

by Lewis Kingston
13 March 2015
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Industry leaders come together to protect diesel cars

Blameless diesels need better friends

The motor industry should be applauded for reaching strict emissions targets early, but the anti-diesel rhetoric needs to end

by Steve Cropley
11 March 2015
Industry
The Aston Martin DBX concept was created to 'defy conventional thinking'

Why Aston Martin is firmly back in the race

The DBX concept shows how Aston Martin has been reinvigorated, thanks to the bold thinking of its new boss Andy Palmer

by Jim Holder
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Life with a £500 luxury barge - part four

The greatest skill when running a £500 luxury car is knowing when to stop spending

by Rory White
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Anything goes
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Used Hondas - the no-brainer purchase

Supreme reliability and eminently practical - a used Honda is just about the best bargain purchase you can make

by James Ruppert
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New cars
The new Volvo XC90, soon to come with a personal assistant on the end of a phone

Volvo's plan to bring a GP into your car

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by Richard Bremner
9 March 2015
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Despite the average age of premium car buyers still being high, Infiniti says there are young, affluent customers who are ready to embrace new products

by Richard Bremner
6 March 2015
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by Lewis Kingston
5 March 2015
Geneva motor show

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