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Autocar is the world's oldest car magazine, published since 1895 'in the interests of the mechanically propelled road carriage'
Ogier entered and won his first JWRC rally in a Citroën C2
We didn’t foresee much for Sébastien Ogier 12 year ago. More fool us…
We liked its road manners and found it a practical, frugal and unpretentious kind of car
An Autocar road test session rarely leads to a safety recall but one with the Celerio did
The Covid-19 crisis has been tough on the entire industry, but certain manufacturers, both small and large, stand to do well once things return to normal
Every debut and new model due to arrive over the next twelve months, all in one place
We all know it’s a fine executive as both saloon and estate, but can it hold its head high in £40k company? Let’s see
One of the car world's biggest partnerships was already on rocky ground. Can it survive a pandemic too?
Post-lockdown, the need to offload stock may have an impact further down the production line
Once the automotive world recovers from the pandemic crisis, there's still the looming threat of the UK's departure from the European Union
DBX SUV is a make-or-break model for Aston Martin
Changes at the top and the promise of a volume-selling SUV aim to transform Aston's fortunes
Land Rover may make several appearances in this list, but plenty of other brands have an offering in this premium segment