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Imposing 300C brings a touch of gangster style
Charming, rather than convincing
Petrols steer better than diesels
New Clio hits the spot at the premium end of the supermini market.
0-62mph in 8.9sec, from the 265bhp 4.0-litre V6
Well priced and equipped, and versatile and spacious, but off the pace dynamically.
The DTM's look is subtle, not at all like an outlandish race car
Changes are successful and add to driver enjoyment, but at nearly £30k the DTM is too expensive.
Although not much changed since the last model, the '06 Amazon remains a likeable, more affordable alternative to a Range Rover, but not quite as good.
Worthwhile range of modifications - if only for the improved exhaust note. Not cheap, though.
The 1007 may be recommended if the accessibility provided by the slide doors appeals
Not the best 1007, and heavy Pug is only an average supermini to drive.
Attention-grabbing Toyota not for shrinking violets.
Towering, status-enriched 4x4 accelerates to 62mph in 7.6sec