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SSANGYONG TURISMO - BETTER BY DESIGN

SsangYong's Rodius used to be a shoo-in for Britain's ungainliest car. Its successor, the Turismo, looks a whole lot tidier and has been comprehensively modernised. Andy Enright reports.

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ALFA ROMEO MITO QUADRIFOGLIO VERDE - A LEAF OUT OF ALFA'S BOOK

When Alfa Romeo gives its Quadrifoglio Verde badge to a car, you can be reasonably certain it means business. Steve Walker takes a look at the MiTo version.

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ALFA ROMEO MITO - SMALL BUT PERFECTLY FORMED

Alfa's little MiTo isn't just fun, it's also efficient and green. Jonathan Crouch checks out the Multijet II diesel model

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BMW I3 - READY OR NOT, HERE i COME

BMW's long-awaited electric vehicle, the i3, promises much. Can it deliver? Andy Enright reports.

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VOLVO V40 T3 - ANYONE FOR T?

Volvo has a very credible premium family hatch in the shape of its V40. But how will it stack up in entry-level T3 petrol guise? Jonathan Crouch reports

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VOLVO V40 T2 - T2: JUDGEMENT DAY

Volvo's sleek V40 is now more affordable than ever when teamed with the T2 petrol engine. Andy Enright reports.

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