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We invented the road test in 1928. Almost a century later, we've just ticked over test number 5500
May not be your idea of a desirable luxury car, but it’s certainly an effective one.
A more vigorous, highly-strung driver’s car than the compact crossover segment needs, probably – but a proper ST and a likeable one despite its dynamic challeng
Revised super saloon has pace, poise, purpose and adaptability in spades.
All-paw Yaris might be the most exciting addition to the hot hatchback market in a decade. Wickedly purposeful, and wonderfully evocative of fast 4x4s of old.
Does a tax-friendly plug-in hybrid powertrain harm the practicality or driver appeal of this premium-badged SUV?
Familiar engineering substance and new interior allure lift the 4 Series' appeal, even if the styling doesn’t.
New dual-clutch gearbox isn’t the greatest addition to an otherwise very commendable car and range-topping Vignale trim is best avoided, too
It has distinguishing driver appeal but higher prices and limited progress on perceived quality may inhibit market progress
Plug-in hybrid Renegade is certainly pricey, and not so polished or rewarding to drive on the open road, but might make up for it in other ways
Puts the Panamera back on equal terms with top-end rivals on paper. Goes and handles well enough to beat most of them on the road.
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