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PEUGEOT 308 GTI - A PUG WITH TEETH

Peugeot's 308 GTi takes on strong rivals at the top of the family hatchback shopping rocket segment but it's well prepared for the task. The experts at Car & Driving check it out.

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VOLVO V40 R-DESIGN - BETTER BY DESIGN?

In the improved 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 T3 - ANYONE FOR T?

Volvo has a very credible premium family hatch in the shape of its improved V40. But how will it stack up in T3 petrol guise? Jonathan Crouch reports

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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. Jonathan Crouch reports on the entry-level D2 diesel variant.

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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. Now it's been facelifted and made even more efficient. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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VOLVO V40 CROSS COUNTRY - CROSS DRESSER

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

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VOLKSWAGEN UP! - GET ON UP!

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

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VOLKSWAGEN GOLF R CABRIOLET - SIX PACKED

The Golf Mk VI bows out with a barnstorming 261bhp open-top model. But can it justify its enormous price tag? Jonathan Crouch reports.

 

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