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Tentative hybrid application doesn’t do much for the new Forester on the road but at least preserves its hard-working all-round capability
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 sports car gets a hardcore chassis makeover but remains usable and enjoyable on the road, even if it has still not quite made it into Porsche
Range-topping A110 S’s extra grunt and tactile feel are welcome, but the new-found grip and body control of its chassis aren't always.
Three of the hottest of hot hatches prepare to do battle
The 1 Series has lost its six-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive - but what about enthusiast appeal? We stack it up against two key rivals to find out
Big improvements in practicality and refinement serve BMW’s bottom-rung model well on UK roads, and the loss of a driven rear axle is nothing to mourn.
Audi’s first new-generation V8-powered RS model is rapid yet reserved and prefers handling precision to playfulness
The votes are in, and it's time for our judges to decide this year's winner from the final three contenders
Mazda has used its impressive new 3 hatchback as the basis for a compact crossover
Honda’s rare, alternative, unconventional and understated supercar has been tweaked rather than overhauled
Entry-level petrol version of Audi’s refreshed A4 has the maturity, refinement and equipment-driven value to appeal loud and clear, albeit in very rational term
Mercedes’ brisk, spacious, tidy-handling electric SUV has everything it needs to do well on UK roads, barring perhaps quite enough design appeal