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Motoring & Fleet

Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC Tourer

Over the last 15 years or so, cars have been getting more and more economical. But the Honda Civic1.6 i-DTEC moves economy onto a whole new level writes Ian Strachan. I’ve just been testing the Tourer version of the latest Civic, and even with the extra space of a small estate car, there’s very little penalty in…

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Isuzu DMax 2.5D Yukon Hardtop

Pick-ups used to be workhorses, so that’s what you got. A tough, uncompromising package with little thought given to design, comfort and specification. It did a job, didn’t cost too much, and that would be it  writes Ian Strachan. No more. A 21st century pick-up is a fashion statement. That means it has to look…

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Citroen C1 Platinum

If you’re stuck in a traffic jam for an hour or so you need to be in a comfortable car. So when it took me that long to travel less than 10 miles after road-works had shut lanes on the M6 I was glad I was in a Citroen C1, writes Ian Strachan. Yes, the C1 is small – very small. But it’s not the least bit cramped,…

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Suzuki SX4 S-Cross

Suzuki’s latest crossover vehicle – the SX4 S-Cross – is already making a big impression on the market. This impressively frugal vehicle is rivalling the new Nissan Qashqai and has some significant advantages over its Japanese neighbour, writes Ian Strachan The S-Cross is more car-like than many of its…

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