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New Fiat 500X crossover prioritises petrol power

New Fiat 500X crossover prioritises petrol power

The Italian giant has had a decent go at scaling up the charm factor for its new 500, writes Dave Humphreys

The wonderful world of Future Classics

The wonderful world of Future Classics

Mondello provides a great day out for those of us who like cars

A legendary name is updated

A legendary name is updated

The Jeep Cherokee could be argued to have started the SUV trend in 1984, but does it feel outclassed in 2018?

Warm Opel Corsa GSi turns out to be a lot more show than go

Warm Opel Corsa GSi turns out to be a lot more show than go

How many previous owners are too many?

How many previous owners are too many?

Aston’s ‘super light’ is a true heavyweight

Aston’s ‘super light’ is a true heavyweight

The new Aston Martin DBS Superleggera may have a name from the past, but it’s bang up to date in every other regard under the sun

Finally, we get proper emissions testing

Finally, we get proper emissions testing

Ever heard of WLTP or RDE? These little letters may nip you in the wallet initially, but are good news in the long term

Summer loving in Mazda’s new MX-5

Summer loving in Mazda’s new MX-5

The updated open-top will make you long for a return of the sunshine, writes Shane O’Donoghue

Versatile Opel Combo wins at Life

Versatile Opel Combo wins at Life

For family buyers who don’t want to follow the SUV trend, Opel’s new model offers space and comfort, writes Dave Humphreys

BMW’s new 3 Series will test the saloon market

BMW’s new 3 Series will test the saloon market

Can the latest incarnation of the 3 Series truly challenge the SUV onslaught? Liam Shard finds out

The other half shake their wallets in Monterey

The other half shake their wallets in Monterey

Last week in California, a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO became the most expensive car ever to be auctioned off

Skoda Fabia keeps it real

Skoda Fabia keeps it real

Minor tweaks suffice for 2019 model of the sensible supermini

Survival of the fittest: The super saloons

Survival of the fittest: The super saloons

Has BMW really improved the M5 with the faster and even more driver-focused Competition version? Matt Robinson investigates

Does size matter?

Does size matter?

Size matters, as does weight. We need to start curtailing our appetite for fuel-hungry, space-hogging hunks of metal

Hyundai swells its N ranks, but will Ireland get it?

Hyundai swells its N ranks, but will Ireland get it?

A new Fastback version of the i30 N should look sharp, so let’s hope Ireland benefits from Hyundai’s new performance addiction, writes Liam Shard