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Nissan Micra: Where's the charm gone?

William Scholes
The Nissan Micra was once synonymous with character and likeability. William Scholes finds out how the current car stacks up

Cupra pulls a faster one

William Scholes
HERE'S one for the dedicated enthusiast - a left-hand-drive-only SUV from Seat's sporty spin-off Cupra, powered by the unhinged five-cylinder turbo familiar from the Audi RS3, writes William Scholes.

Happy birthday, GTI

William Scholes
EVERY few years, Volkswagen wheels out a special anniversary edition of the Golf GTI, writes William Scholes.

Seat widens Leon range further

SEAT has continued to grow the Leon range, adding a new 2.0-litre petrol hatch and 2.0-litre diesel estate to the family car's line-up.

Hyundai Santa Fe: Expect big things

William Scholes
Things move fast in the car world. A new Hyundai Santa Fe arrived only two years ago, but the big family SUV is already being shown the door, writes William Scholes

Coupe-roofed C40 a bad look for Volvo

William Scholes
Volvo has been on a brilliant run of form, with great design forming the centrepiece of the brand's growth; this car may well be its first misstep in years, writes William Scholes