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The Audi A7 Sportback Review

In Audi, Car Reviews by Neil Lyndon

Audi’s A7 Sportback makes you wonder if the day might soon dawn when that company will build an individual car for each and every customer. Other manufacturers boast about their bespoke offerings; but what that usually means..

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On the road in the New 2015 Mazda6

In Car Reviews, Mazda by Neil Lyndon

Mazda6 Review | “Driving this car,” said a journalist at the recent launch of the new, refreshed Mazda6, “I kept asking myself why anybody would buy a Passat or a Mondeo instead?” He voiced my own thoughts…

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Renault Twingo Reviewed, a True City Car

In Car Reviews, Renault by Neil Lyndon

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Dacia Duster Laureate Review

In Car Reviews, Dacia by Neil Lyndon

We needed a five-seater family car. Tick the Duster. We were going to buy it for cash out of our savings so we wanted to spend as little money as possible. Double ticks for the Duster. We live down an unmade track off a minor road in the Scottish hills where we get snowed in most winters. So we genuinely need a 4×4. Tick again…Read More

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Review of the New Generation Hyundai i20

In Car Reviews, Hyundai by Neil Lyndon

“This could be a serious rival for the Ford Focus,” I said to my driving companion while we were on the road in the new Hyundai i20.
A puzzled silence descended on the cabin for a second. “But this car isn’t up against the Focus,” he eventually said. “It’s in the Fiesta segment.”
“In that case,” I answered, “it’s serious competition for the Fiesta.”….Read More

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Citroen C1 Review, Degrees of Difference

In Car Reviews, Citroen by Neil Lyndon

You know how much one leaf differs from another? About the same degree of difference distinguishes the new Toyota Aygo, from the new Citroen C1 and the new Peugeot 108. Such minimal dissimilarity as does exist between these cars might be enough, however, to persuade a potential customer to buy one rather than another. – Read More