2 October 2015

In homage to the Gran Turismo game series we've put together an unlikely ensemble to battle it out for the title of Autocar's best sub-£30k driver's car. With no shortage of choice these days we've whittled it down to four of our favourites, including former champ, the Toyota GT86. The three plucky challengers - Mazda's new MX-5, the Renault Clio RS 220 Trophy and Mini's Cooper S JCW - have their work cut out, then... 

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2 October 2015
Nice test !

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