1 December 2010
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Porsche's 911 Turbo S supercar is tested against Peugeot's diesel RCZ HDi at the Rockingham motor speedway to conduct an economy test with a difference. Just how close on fuel economy will both cars get when driven around the track at the same speed? Here, Mike Duff and Vicky Parrott find out.

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2 February 2013

Ride quality is less impressive. SadThe RCZ struggles to soak up typical British road surfaces, and suffers from a firm and jarring ride around town, although the car's stiff suspension does keep body roll to a minimum in corners. Smile

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