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VAUXHALL INSIGNIA - BACK TO THE FRONT?

Vauxhall's Insignia is now the complete car it should always have been. Jonathan Crouch drives one.

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MINI ROADSTER - DIESEL DROP-TOP DELIGHT

A Roadster with a diesel engine? Andy Enright reports on MINI's Roadster Cooper SD.

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MINI PACEMAN - PACE NOTES

Yet another MINI body style hits the market. The Paceman offers coupe MINI motoring with extra comfort and space. Jonathan Crouch tries it

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MINI HATCH - WORKING IT

We're used to sporty MINIs, but the John Cooper Works GP model has what it takes to pique the interest of the most jaded motorist. Andy Enright explains why.

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MINI COUNTRYMAN - NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN

MINI has taken its youthful retro persona to the crossover 4x4 market with the Countryman. Jonathan Crouch takes a look at the latest much improved version with its cleaner engines and smarter interior.

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MINI CLUBVAN - CLUB CLASS COMMERCIALS

MINI dips a toe into the shark-infested waters of the commercial vehicle market but does so with a clever twist. Andy Enright reports.

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MG 6 MAGNETTE - FATAL ATTRACTION?

Predictably, the MG6 was launched as a five-door hatch form but the four-door Magnette model might also find favour. Andy Enright reports.

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MG 6 DTI DIESEL - BACK ONCE AGAIN

The MG brand may have been facing some challenges re-establishing itself in the British market but the addition of a diesel engine to the MG6 range will massively improve its prospects. Andy Enright reports.

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MG 6 - CHINA SYNDROME

MG is back with a budget family hatch. Even with a lately added diesel option, the MG6 will need to elbow aside some tough rivals. Andy Enright takes a look and wonders if it can re-establish the marque.

 

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