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Renault Megane GT

Renault Megane GT

by Barry Green ,
reviewed April 2017

Based on Renault's Common Module Family C/D architecture, the GT is – until the arrival of the RS later this year – hero of the all-new, fourth-generation Megane line-up.


Holden Trailblazer

Holden Trailblazer LT

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2017
Like the Colorado Ute, with which it shares a large percentage of its underlying DNA, the Holden Colorado 7 SUV has come in for major updating.


Hyundai Elantra SR

Hyundai Elantra SR

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2017

The SR sits at the apex of the three model, sixth generation Elantra range.
Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary Edition

by Barry Green ,
reviewed March 2017
As a tribute to the diamond jubilee of its brand in 2016, Jeep rolled out 75th Anniversary special editions of its Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Renegade and Wrangler models.
Suzuki Baleno

Suzuki Baleno GL

by John Ewing ,
reviewed March 2017
Suzuki disted off one of their 1990s model names and bestowed it on their new compact hatch, that size-wise sits above the Swift.
Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius i-Tech

by Barry Green ,
reviewed March 2017
The tale of two Toyotas ... After a week driving the Corolla Hybrid, jumping into the Prius i-Tech was like going from night to day.
Honda Civic

Honda Civic VTi-LN sedan

by John Ewing ,
reviewed February 2017
Honda is billing it as Civic “reimagined and reinvented” – and the latest 10th generation Civic sedan could have what it takes to inspire significantly more buyers to try a model and brand that arguably has drifted into the doldrums in recent years.
Infiniti Q30

Infiniti Q30 22d Sports

by Barry Green ,
reviewed February 2017
At the risk of understatement, the Q30 compact hatch is an important model for Infiniti.

Suzuki Vitara GLX Turbo Diesel

by Barry Green ,
reviewed January 2017

A 1.6-litre direct-injection, common rail diesel is the second turbo-charged engine to be added to the Suzuki Vitara compact SUV range in 2016.

Toyota Corolla Hybrid

by Barry Green ,
reviewed January 2017
With an ADR combined cycle fuel figure of 4.1 litres/100km, the new Hybrid is the fuel miser of the Corolla hatch and sedan range. This is between 2.0 and 2.9 litres/100km better than its 12 conventional siblings.

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