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DS 3 Crossback E-Tense: Eccentric, moi?

William Scholes
THE electric version of the weird DS 3 Crossback - dubbed the E-Tense - has been updated so it can go further on a full charge, writes William Scholes

Magnificent Seven make COTY shortlist

William Scholes
IN a further sign of the motor industry's dramatic and rapid shift to electric vehicles, six of the seven cars shortlisted for the 2022 European Car of the Year title are powered by batteries, writes William Scholes

Sharply styled Vauxhall Astra goes on sale

VAUXHALL'S snazzy new Astra has gone on sale. Anyone used to Vauxhall's traditionally extensive and sometimes bewildering number of trim levels will be surprised to find a mere three grades offered - at launch, at least

Toyota spices up Aygo X

William Scholes
As highlighted on these pages in recent weeks through the Dacia Sandero Stepway and Kia XCeed, it seems no size of car is safe from being given the faux SUV treatment these days, writes William Scholes

Saintly Citroen

William Scholes
BE still, your beating heart - Citroen has only gone and updated its C3 hatchback, writes William Scholes.

A sharper new Focus

William Scholes
It is overhaul time at Ford, where the sweet-steering and big-selling Focus is getting a refresh in time for Christmas, writes William Scholes

Longer range for MG ZS EV

William Scholes
SOUNDING dangerously close to a letter short of a winning Scrabble hand, the MG ZS EV has always been one of the more affordably priced electric cars on the market

Mazda MX-30: Short range forecast

William Scholes
Mazda makes a virtue of the relatively low range of it first electric car, the MX-30. William Scholes asks if it goes far enough