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Chassis and drivetrain are similar to old model, but on- and off-road performance is solid
It's still the traditional no-nonsense 4x4, but surprisingly capable on and off road.
It is the new Mini, honest
Besides a subtly updated but no less funky cabin and body, the new car offers improvements in economy and engine refinement. It's also great to drive. A mature step forward.
Phantom hides extra 250mm well
Fabulously opulent. Best in the back, but the chauffeur will be happy too.
The C70 is a thoroughly relaxing way to travel
The C70 perhaps makes most sense with the D5 diesel, which admirably suits its cruising prowess - except when you need to nip into a gap in traffic.
Very fast, and very expensive. Raw performance countered by luxury.
The Subaru B9 Tribeca 3.0 is one of the better-to-drive SUVs around
Subaru's first sports-utility vehicle is good to drive, for an SUV, and good value, but it's crying out for a diesel engine
T5 uses Volvo's own 2.5-litre turbocharged five-pot - as used in the Ford Focus ST
A stylish, good to drive and well-equipped alternative to the mainstream.
The Accent Atlantic is a stop-gap until Hyundai's Astra-rival arrives next year. It's very cheap, but not that good either
Interior a fine place to be, mainly because it gives an excellent opportunity to listen to the V10
The soft-top M6 delivers a delicious soundtrack and a huge sense of occasion. But its 220kg weight gain blunts its responses.
Sideways action is available at a flick of the right foot
It still smells of resin, but this Sagaris is a significant improvement, and feels built to last a bit longer. And it goes sideways for Britain