26 April 2011
90-second verdict

This is Toniq's CB 200 - a light-weight racer, which offers fantastic straight-line performance thanks to its 2.0-litre engine and slick gear changes courtesy of a Mazda-sourced six speed manual gearbox. But how does it compare with the more established variants from Caterham and Ariel? Here, Jamie Corstorphine find out.

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5 February 2013

so, basically, another lightweight kit car with virtually no redeeming features or USP's? Sad

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