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7:43pm Tuesday 8th April 2014
I DIDN’T quite “get” the original Soul. I mean, what was it supposed to be? Did Kia intend for us to buy a Soul in preference to an off-roader, a people carrier or a crossover? Or maybe it was just the oddest-looking hatchback since the Nissan Cube (the one that came with a pointless piece of shag-pile carpet for the dash and no one bought).
6:57pm Tuesday 8th April 2014
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3:21pm Thursday 13th March 2014
THANK the Lord for the DS range, the one consistently bright spot in the Peugeot-Citroen (PSA) firmament these past few years. It’s no secret that the French giant has had its problems ever since the recession began in 2008.
6:58pm Friday 7th March 2014
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8:22pm Monday 24th February 2014
TALK is cheap - and so is the Dacia Duster. You can have a new one on your driveway, the odometer reading 0000 miles, bobbles on the tyres and that indefinable ‘new car’ smell still permeating the cabin, for less than £10,000.
5:27pm Friday 14th February 2014
3:56pm Thursday 13th February 2014
MY WIFE sometimes accuses me of wrapping my cars in cotton wool (by which she means I don't leave the remains of a half-eaten sandwich in the passenger door bin) - but I have never wrapped a car in bubble wrap.
5:11pm Wednesday 12th February 2014
SUBARU has an image problem in this country. How ironic that the car that made Subaru a major player in the past decade - the Impreza STI - should be so spectacularly responsible for an inexplicable failure to rebrand as a purveyor of fine 4x4s and easy-to-own SUVs.
10:39pm Monday 10th February 2014
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6:00am Thursday 23rd January 2014
AT the launch of Nissan's new Qashqai model, Andy Richardson, business editor, talked to Colin Lawther, who was recently appointed senior vice president for manufacturing, purchasing and supply chain management for Europe
3:32pm Thursday 23rd January 2014
THINGS are about to get a lot tougher for Lexus in the small premium hatchback segment. When the new Infiniti Q30 arrives in 2015, Lexus will no longer be the sole Japanese representative in the small prestige class.
8:21pm Tuesday 21st January 2014
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7:32pm Monday 30th December 2013
AS ONE of the world’s biggest car manufacturers, it’s understandable that Ford has made some mistakes. It lost a bundle on the Edsel, suffered a public relations disaster by ignoring Pinto design flaws and, in perhaps the biggest gaffe of the lot, sold Land Rover in 2008 after spending a fortune on new models.
7:25pm Monday 30th December 2013
QOROS sounds like a particularly poncey type of men's aftershave - the sort of "fragrance" for blokes who don't have to try... too hard. Fear not Lynx-users, you won't have to switch brands, because Qoros is a car company.
4:19pm Monday 30th December 2013
MICHAEL Schumacher spent his career cheating death at 200mph but last night the seven time Formula One world champion lay in a coma after an accident while skiing with his family. Nigel Burton looks at Schumacher’s career and what may lay ahead…
8:50pm Wednesday 18th December 2013
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7:50pm Wednesday 11th December 2013
THE Kia pro_cee’d is like a Korma curry. At first sight it might look hot, but in reality it’ll only warm your insides. Matt Westcott reports on the stylish coupe for those who aren’t overly obsessed by power.
12:10pm Thursday 5th December 2013
6:13pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013
AS the market-leading crossover the Qashqai already has excellent residual values. But Nissan must be delighted that the new Qashqai, which goes on sale in January, is forecast to retain 50 per cent of its value after three years or 30,000 miles – a 10 per cent improvement on its predecessor – according to latest data from residual value (RV) setters CAP.
6:07pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013
8:22pm Monday 2nd December 2013
THE Nismo 370Z is a highly desirable car - but would you sell a body part to own one? The same week I was hooning about in Nissan’s hotted up coupe a man in America announced he had sold one of his testicles so he could buy a 370Z.
7:10pm Friday 29th November 2013
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6:59pm Friday 29th November 2013
or the first time in its UK history, Mercedes-Benz has sold 100,000 new cars within a year. The 100,000th car was delivered this afternoon at Mercedes-Benz of Bristol, and comes after the company posted record sales levels throughout 2013.
12:00am Thursday 28th November 2013
7:52pm Tuesday 26th November 2013
IT was no big deal finding a car for seven-foot American actor Richard Kiel when he arrived in the UK for a personal appearance tour, thanks to Chrysler UK. The car brand simply loaned him a Grand Voyager people carrier – the world’s best-selling MPV.
7:41pm Tuesday 26th November 2013
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