This week’s large news – BMW has suggested a new X4 to a world, with a uninformed quarrel opposite a Range Rover Evoque and Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupé.
Making news this week, we’ve got all a sum on a new Lancia Stratos, brought behind to life by bespoke automobile maker Manifattura Automobili Torino (MAT). Just 25 will be made.
Not permitted enough? Nissan’s bringing a new Z automobile to marketplace with 475bhp, a V6 and four-wheel drive. Find out some-more in this week’s magazine.
Also in this issue
Want reviews? We’ve tested a Audi A7 Sportback in 50 TDI guise, and we’ve also had a go in a antecedent Kia Ceed. We came divided impressed.
As SUVs continue to take over, we’ve had a go in dual of them – a Toyota Land Cruiser 2.8 D4-D, and a Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 3 AWD.
Our full highway exam this week, though, is a Audi RS4 Avant. Take a review of Audi’s latest prohibited estate car, and find out if it can flog a Mercedes-AMG C63 estate from a tip of a pile.
Our facilities this week embody a marathon army in a Skoda Karoq, a male behind a strange Mercedes-Benz G-Class, a story of diesel and a not-so-small universe of radio-controlled cars.
We contend a teary farewell to a Suzuki Ignis – a automobile that has bewitched a approach into a hearts of many of a staffers. We’re also still anticipating new facilities on a jam-packed Mercedes-benz E-Class estate, while we find unsentimental touches in a new Honda Civic Type R.
What’s a best Mercedes-Benz we can buy for £3000? James Ruppert takes us by his picks. Meanwhile, a used automobile shopping beam takes we by how to bag a Ford Puma but removing bitten.
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