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The really likeable Ford Fiesta Active B&O Play review

In Car Reviews, Ford by Jonathan Humphrey

Not just the best small car I have driven this year. Is this the also the best Fiesta so far? The Fiesta Active is a stylish version of the ever-popular All-New Fiesta. There are some subtle changes to the car to make it the ‘Active’ model, just a tad higher, with increased ride height and a little wider track, rough road suspension and more robust urban look. Jonathan Humphrey hits the roads in the likeable Fiesta Active B&O Play 1.0T Ecoboost…READ MORE

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The Need For CEED 3

In Car Reviews, Kia by Neil Lyndon

The most significant change is the smallest. For the latest version of its popular C-segment family hatchback, Kia have at last seen sense and done away with the silly apostrophe that made its name a complete nonsense. Neil Lyndon from Slovakia for his first drive of the All-New Kia Ceed Hatchback…READ MORE

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Reviewed the New Audi A7 Sportback, one to be driven

In Audi, Car Reviews by Neil Lyndon

At the end of my week with the new four-door Audi A7 Sportback 50 TDI, I checked my average fuel consumption. The read-out from the onboard computer was unbelievable, simply incredible. I scrolled through the system again to make sure I was getting the final average for the whole week, not the figure for trundling down my drive at the end of my last trip. The number that came up was the same. It was still unbelievable. It was 40.1 mpg. Neil Lyndon drives the Audi A7 tiptronically for a week and is rather taken with it…READ MORE

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The 2018 Ford EcoSport Titanium Reviewed

In Car Reviews, Ford by Neil Lyndon

I hated the EcoSport when the last model came out in 2012. Ford promoted it at that time as one of their “world cars” (made in Brazil, China, India and Russia for sale everywhere). This only went to prove, to my mind, that something which is devised for everybody has little chance of pleasing anybody. Neil Lyndon drives the Latest 2018 Ford EcoSport Titanium…READ MORE