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Independent New Car Reviews

New cars are launched virtually every week but with so much choice, which is the right car for you? And is it any good? We get behind the wheel of the latest cars and tell you exactly how it is.

Review: Volkswagen Tiguan

Review: Volkswagen Tiguan

Enormous and extraordinarily capable. It’s more expensive than budget competition such as the Hyundai Tucson or Ford Kuga, but more affordable than true premium models such as the BMW X3.

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Video review: Volkswagen Golf 2020

Video review: Volkswagen Golf 2020

With an emphasis on digital, we're happy to report the all-new Volkswagen Golf continues the tradition of being the ultimate family hatchback, with faults so few and far between that you’d barely register they exist.

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Review: Ford Kuga PHEV

Review: Ford Kuga PHEV

Looking at the sensible practical nature of the Kuga first, we find that it’s grown up from the old model. It's longer, wider and better, and better than most of its rivals.

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Review: Honda Jazz

Review: Honda Jazz

It’s taken a pretty ordinary 1.5-litre petrol engine and added a pair of electric motors, creating a handy little hybrid powertrain. It works, too, balancing economy and performance that almost provides the best of both worlds.

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Review: Skoda Octavia

Review: Skoda Octavia

If you need luxury, you can spec it up to have everything you want. If you want space, it’s got plenty. Low running costs? Well, 64.1mpg suggests it won’t be expensive. What is it? It’s almost...

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Review: Suzuki Vitara

Review: Suzuki Vitara

There’s a lot of love for Suzuki, the plucky underdog. In a competitive segment, the Vitara has a few aces up its sleeve and a ride that’s arguably better than most of its rivals.

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Review: Honda e

Review: Honda e

Honda has hit the ball out of the park with the e, producing something that drives, handles and rides well, looks a million dollars and, crucially, is an appealing car in its own right. Look at i...

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