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The replacement for the CL grand tourer has some big boots to fill
Elegant, alluring and with some welcome improvements, but not good enough to lead the class
Hushed, flexible and remarkable value for money. Arguably more fit-for-purpose than any other ‘S’.
The Mazda CX-3 has style and substance, and deserves consideration for anyone wanting a compact urban SUV. Here’s hoping Mazda gets the price and equipment right
New Focus Estate offers decent space, and the latest 98g/km 1.5-litre diesel engine is as frugal as it is flexible
More power, improved efficiency and new equipment options lift the appeal of Citroën's characterful cabriolet
Second-generation Ford Focus RS shreds the front-drive rule book
Skoda wants the new Superb to take on class leaders such as the Ford Mondeo and Vauxhall Insignia, and, as our early test drive shows, it stands every chance of doing so
If it can better the old model, the new Mazda 2 has the potential to unseat the established leaders of the supermini pack
Japan’s M4-chaser certainly does rich and exciting but it lacks the usability and dynamic finesse of the class’s big-hitters.