'Tame' Astra now playing Golf's game
Lexus coupé is California dreaming
For cruising and bruising
Lacks the punch of a hot-hatch great, but it's an attractive and entertaining choice
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Freakishly exciting, serving up the biggest rush this side of a superbike. Ariel has created a crushingly quick but forgiving track car.
Drop in performance pays for economy gains
Our favourite Suburu just got even better. Hot hatch drivers approach at their own risk.
Never mind evolution: with 405bhp and 355 lb ft from just 2.0 litres the Evo FQ-400 is more like a revolution. Just don't think about the 47 grand you'll need to buy one.
Range, refinement and plenty of space make this a fine cruising car. It's just a little slow
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