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AUDI TT ROADSTER - OPEN SEASON

The Audi TT Roadster returns in third generation guise, aiming to build on the best bits of the first two models. Andy Enright reports

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FORD FOCUS ST - QUALITY ST

Ford's Focus ST hot hatch is back, with a styling update, improvements to the chassis and the option of a diesel model. Andy Enright takes a look.

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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 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 brand's 'Drive-E' T2 petrol engines. Andy Enright reports.

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VOLVO V40 R-DESIGN - BETTER BY DESIGN?

If the V40 premium compact hatch, Volvo has at last produced a properly sporty car. Specify it in R-Design trim and it can look exactly that. Jonathan Crouch reports

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VOLVO V40 CROSS COUNTRY - CROSS DRESSER

Volvo's handsome V40 is even better looking in Cross Country guise. Just make sure you know what you're getting. Andy Enright reports.

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VOLVO V40 - VICTORY V?

Volvo's five-door V40 has proved to be a credible entrant in the premium compact hatch sector against cars like BMW's 1 Series and Audi's A3. What's helped its cause in recent times has been the gradual introduction of the brand's efficient Drive-E engine technology, now extended down to include lower-powered models. Jonathan Crouch checks out brand's most competitive car for years

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VOLVO S60 D2 - VOLVO'S ECO DRIVE

The Volvo S60 never needs too much incentivisation but coupling it with minuscule running costs can't fail to appeal. Andy Enright reports on the entry-level D2 diesel variant.

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VOLKSWAGEN UP! - GET ON UP!

With the up!, Volkswagen can offer small car buyers a very competitive proposition indeed. Jonathan Crouch checks it out

 

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