New cars

Yesterday, 17:20

Suzuki’s latest Vitara may not have the original model’s trend-setting status but it’s good to drive, easy to live with and still has a sense of fun, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Tweaks to Toyota Auris, incluing some new engines, make it even easier to live with and better to drive.

A stalwart of the Toyota range, the updated Auris boasts cleaner engines, an exterior refresh and much-improved cabin environment, says Iain Dooley.

Ford
All-new Hyundai Tucson is a huge step up for Hyundai which, coupled with strong value and kit, makes it very tempting.

One of the UK’s most popular sport utility vehicles is back, new from the ground up and as good value as ever, says Matt Joy.

Europe

Lighter, slighter, mightier Mazda MX-5

Thursday, August 27, 2015
Fourth-generation Mazda MX-5 has shrunk in size but the driving pleasure has grown, making it even more agile and pure.

Mazda has taken the world-beating MX-5 sports car back to its roots – smaller, lighter and even more fun to drive, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

United Kingdom
Practicality takes precedent over style with the seven-seat Ford Grand C-Max but it's still cool family transport.

If you want a compact seven-seater that’s good to drive, Ford’s revised Grand C-Max is a neat choice, says 
Matt Kimberley.

Used Cars

Yesterday, 17:20

Suzuki’s latest Vitara may not have the original model’s trend-setting status but it’s good to drive, easy to live with and still has a sense of fun, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Subaru Levorg sport tourer arrives in showrooms this month.

The all-new Subaru Levorg estate – spiritual successor to the much loved fourth-generation Legacy – goes on sale this month priced at £27,495 on the road.

Tweaks to Toyota Auris, incluing some new engines, make it even easier to live with and better to drive.

A stalwart of the Toyota range, the updated Auris boasts cleaner engines, an exterior refresh and much-improved cabin environment, says Iain Dooley.

Ford
More than 27,000 uninsured cars have been seized so far this year by police including this Lamborghini Aventador.

More than 27,000 uninsured cars have been seized so far this year, national figures show.

Using a mobile phone while driving is the bad habits which annoys the most drivers.

Almost a third of drivers list someone else using a mobile phone at the wheel as their most hated bad habit on British roads – but as many as 10% admit to doing it themselves.

United Kingdom
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