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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?
Among the rumour surrounding the VW emissions scandal, one question has yet to be answered - what do you do if you own an affected vehicle?
The new WLTP testing system will shake things up in emissions testing, but will it go far enough on all fronts?
Brit driver Andy Green will attempt to break the Land Speed Record in 2016 with the Bloodhound supersonic car - a vehicle with some amazing statistics
James still loves Volkswagens despite the emissions scandal
It will be a long road, but Volkswagen will pull through this crisis, and its cars will still be worth considering after the dust settles