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Vauxhall Meriva
It’s longer and more expensive, but does bigger mean better?

The Vauxhall Meriva, with its rear-hinged back doors, is a more mature car than before, but little more innovative

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20 June 2010

Jamie, I can't believe that even you are not immune to the nationalistic bias that has stained Autocar! You discreetly popped in a nice plug for Jag there. Really disappointed, I thought you were better than that. I hope it proves to be just a once off.

20 June 2010

Oh god those LED lights on the new A8 look so good ! I want one now !

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