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2015 updates include slimmer headlights and daytime running lights
A welcome addition to the range - provided that Aston gets the shift software spot-on before full production.
Superb value for money, though we'd go for the 1.9 or 2.0 diesel engines over the 2.5 V6, which isn't significantly smoother.
Still impressive off road but, despite Mitsubishi's best efforts at updating it, the Shogun's too rough around the edges to recommend
As pleasant to drive as any Eos in the range, but we'd save £5k and stick with the 2.0-litre turbo
Mitsubishi's soft-roader takes a big leap forward in both material quality and specification but, although it's decent enough dynamically, it needs a better diesel engine
Light facelift hasn't banished any of the Impian's really unforgivable flaws. It's cheap, but in almost every respect, it feels cheap too
Entertainlingly quick and reasonably priced. A lot of fun
The latest Skyline's refined, well-appointed, great to drive and bodes well for the forthcoming Nissan GTR. Its European introduction can't come soon enough
Effective automatic gearbox makes this the car it always should have been.
New open-top Audi icon may look derivative rather than innovate like its predecessor, but it's brand new underneath, impressively-engineered with it, and actually pretty good value-for-money