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New Rover Sport by Sam Young

The new Rover Sport has something everyone has waited a long for. Now its here, well of!

They are in the dealers to look at and to drive although if you want one be prepared to wait.

So waiting a bit then?

Is it worth it? YES. it’s worth it.

Compared to the old Rover Sport it is like it is by a different manufacturer who likes driveability as well as the usual put together luxurious cabin, add some stunning styling again ages the old one by over 10 easily!

Styling follows the but in a bigger package and it suits it well. It manages to be futuristic being ugly and will be for a very long time to

The SDV6 engine will be the popular and suits the car well enough performance for 80% of the world the rumour of the SDV8 from the rover being available the middle of next year.

For the go fast crew there is the V8. Which makes a welcome from the current V6 twin that are flooding the market in the and performance sector of the market.

Yes I they are more efficient but if you are a 500+hp 4×4 is that the game here? If that is you want then there is rumour of Hybrid power due at the end of next year also.

To the SDV6 is incredibly easy to with day to day. Whether it is starting in traffic or on a run to Scotland London you get the feeling it can do it all. is no fuss with it no matter you do with it.

In fact on a test day on a the Supercharged V8 at over 155mph was easy to drive and could from 80-0 in about The scary part is that I probably do all that whilst on a call, drinking a coffee, an email and browsing for accessories for my new Range Rover. Not that I of course on the roads, but it gives you an of how easy they are to use.

I not spend too much time on the as it is easily as good as before if not the handling is a lot better thanks to a new chassis, and that is on and off road.

The is a decent price at just £60000 for the HSE which unlike other manufacturers will you mostly what you need in a car. Going all the way up to £90000 for the Autobigraphy. Again if your to other 4×4’s then yes the is a lot of money but compared to high coupe and GT type cars no it is not over the top.

Imagine Aston martin DB9 coupe you can fit 5 adults and luggage in, then to the top of Ben Nevis then back to for a lap and being able to do the same of speeds and getting out and playing a of Golf at some point.

So the wait then, lead will drop to something over the next year. The question is can you wait longer for the Hybrid or V8 Diesel?

Mazda 6 2.2D 175 Sport by Sam Young

is the second car in Mazda’s next of vehicles, the first was the CX5. is using what they Skyactive technology, which makes everything lighter. No lighter Yes even the bolts.

You if it is made of anything substantial.

it is and this Tourer is a big estate not that Mazda will their Sport Tourer called an estate as they sporty things. But let’s be these cars are firstly to carry stuff. This is good at that.

Which makes a nice change as are a lot of Tourers, Touring, Shooting etc etc etc that are not that big. of goes against having an sorry a Tourer.

There is a market and it is nice to see there is a size Tourer that not look like a van and can look as well.

Mazda are very at packaging their cars models with good of kit between them. No scimping on for example on a top of the range car (see the New GTD review).

It does not really Japanese either and is far more in terms of look feel and Do not get me wrong it is no 5 series or A6 but it is not as far off as the price When you come down a to the next brand level it scores highly against the of VW and Volvo just for styling to with.

The power is strong on engine but there is the danger of more front tyres you would normally as if loaded can spin up and the traction control in regularly. The advantage of the attention to in the Skyactive department does it feel lighter and smaller to than it actually is but not to the detriment of quality. A neat trick made the CX5 drive as well as it

I think this is going to the bigger cars more the upcoming new 3 and the 2 as there is more to We will see.

So its big, looking for an Esta. Tourer, well, and is full of equipment. Can not can it?

Well it is still a Mazda and they are carving out a new niche in the of sporty but practical (aside MX5 of course) that SAAB behind there is still a Similar price to the V60 and Passat and than the Mondeo at very value presently. Once pricing detail is sorted there is no reason not to.

Maybe go for the 2.2d 150 for the 109 co2 and the better and it may mange a 150hp better the 175hp but that is up to you and your provider.

New Golf GTD MK7 by Sam Young

one that had to be waited for as in typical VW the nice ones are launched than the standard cars.

So it is over £26000, it has 184hp and its 109 It is a five door hatch and it lovely (for a 5 dr hatch).

The co2 and the is a great result for the company car but is it worth 3 series saloon

It is going head to head 320d Efficient Dynamics, A4 2.0 TDI 150 SE and the C class Executive SE at this Yet it is a Golf. If you are into badges and your keys look on the pub table then enjoy one of the saloons and there is no reason to on.

If you fancy something a bit different and that you can find in a car park carry on.

There is nothing with the big three brand Exec Saloons. They are all cars and they will do you want them to do and give you to no trouble.

So why have a Golf because it looks like the of car where you can have some you can look at yourself in a shop in it and it stands out where ever you it. It has LED’s and xenons as standard, it has the GTI and chassis and even has a twin with privacy glass all as Not standard on the above saloons.

So looks good.

Inside in the retro tartan, do not get me wrong I heard about this I was especially as the option to not have is full leather at £1600 However it is absolutely fine and Grey, black and white is not the top. Speaking of options Sat Nav is an excuse me? It is standard on the regular GT but not on the top of the GTD.

Saving grace is it is only £750 to have it and is worth it. The interface for the multimedia is great with the ease of a screen or you can still use buttons and knobs. Nice flat steering wheel, carbon plastics throughout (decent it is still German) and LED mood

So what about the witch of making a 108 co2 engine that produces 184hp? Honestly I do not enough about the technical but it differs from the 150hp in the GT is not much, usual load of from 1500 rpm to 2500 rpm the difference is after that. one keeps going and delivering and more power right up to which on a diesel is a massive

You can also change the drive as well from ECO (when low on juice) to normal (driving with the wife/ husband and and sport (when you are on your own or the girl/boyfriend /assistant).

Handling is good, OK its not Rear wheel (a la Mercedes and BMW) but the front drive handles amazingly thanks to the XDS diff and it will not you if we get any Snow again.

So if you like car sensible and reliable with and not ruffling any feathers then you what to go for. For something all that and extra this be the one for you.

Citroen DS5 Hybrid by Sam Young

First impressions of car is WOW, it looks like the of car you drew as a kid of what cars look like in the future if didn’t fly.

Inside the outside, lots of chrome, black gloss and aircraft switches throughout as well as In fact with the head up it could probably do with

The downside is that you have to your mind of how a regular car is out and this takes some used to, along with the dials for the AC, the multimedia system and for the mode. In fact without tuition it’s easy to the car in full electric mode trying turn the radio

On paper this is one of those that should tick box:

· Low CO2 (109) on the sport version with wheels and sticky tyres

4wd Not full on but enough to get you out of trouble in situations

· Zero when charged you can drive the car in electric mode

· 5 family hatch

· 163 hp and 37hp electric motor a total of 200hp

So what could you want?

Well at £28000 it ain’t cheap but for the car you have ever wanted does everything?

Due to the battery in the this is dramatically smaller the competition in its class and price (3 A4 Avant) and is similar to New Golf.

You want for spec at this as pretty much everything is Leather, Navigation, Bluetooth, to Mars probably as well as USB and SD card.

There is always the as well. On one hand Citroen played a neat trick the DS element using its heritage of to bring forward to the 21st although there are a lot that say it’s still a Citroen.

didn’t harm them when they took on Mini with the DS3 and despite having two versions compared to the different versions of the Mini that’s right SEVEN not the van) it still more holds its own.

I do wonder whether this is bridge to far for the The DS3 at under £15000 and usually £13000 is a far cry from £28000 for this DS5.

In terms of quality the car I think is qualified for its brand. It easy to see the money has gone into car and I think Citroen could produced this car for under and still would have a very nice car but Citroen Citroen they didn’t and much took the Sportlounge and then built it regardless of The same happened with C6.

other manufacturers build a then give it to the number then the production version Which is never as nice as the but is more realistic and more realistic on price in today’s Look at the New Mazda 6 compared to the Shiro concept.

Performance

So to the actual car, this is as a round town car. Up to miles per year would it. The electric element of the engine is and I have driven this car at 40 mph is electric mode only is way better than the Toyota and which can’t cope 25.

The other bonus is that the engine is diesel then it to is efficient than the petrol The only downside to this and all is that they need an gearbox. In the Citroen to makes more efficient they use EGS box.

This is a clutchless as opposed to a CVT box. Similar to DSG in only. Because that is it ends. The DSG is a great gearbox, the EGS is just not.

Which is a because the moments of loss of that occur are down to and until you get used to it can be scary. The is a good engine, the electric is good shame their work is ruined by the thing controls them both.

In of MPG it’s difficult to say. I am currently testing the New Leon the New Volkswagen Audi Group 2.0 TDi 150 which has no hybrid, no electric and according to the trip computers is very little in it. Around I didn’t get over 46mpg.

And on a run didn’t get over 50mpg. Now the spanner in the works for this is I think the trip computer on car only measures when the engine is used and for the benefit of I don’t think it takes account when the car is in electric as the fuel gauge never moved when used town.

If this is genuine MPG the car seems to have made a lot of to really not get that far ahead of the diesel world.

There are new co2 versions of the regular engine DS5 due out now will reduce the price and the has plenty of spec for most. But as a car to look at and sit in it is still WOW and still you feel like you’re to work instead of driving. You won’t lose it in the car park.

I it would be hard for Citroen to the WOW factor of the looks and interior to the I just wish the gap was closer the two. If you like things a bit for your next car it is still considering for the lower mileage

Toyota Yaris Hybrid by Marks

Hybrid T Spirit

A car, that draws looks !

Very efficient, average consumption of 60 + mpg, but can 70 +, with petrol at 5p a litre than diesel, no road tax emissions at 85g/km, plus no congestion charges, this car is frugal.

The car is very comfortable and equipped, with extremely front seats. The car was designed to hybrid drive from its with the battery accommodated the back seat, so no sacrifice to or boot space.

The T Spirit benefits with blue dials, and stitching, with LED lights, adds an upmarket

The build quality is good, and the Hybrid benefits from a low of gravity, with minimum role, and reasonable, but not sporty

Overall, very impressive.

Roadster by Sam Young

So you want an car? You want it to have a 250 range? You want it to get 0-60 in than 4 seconds and handle the best track cars on the And be able to take the roof

Sound impossible, it is if you’re a manufacturer producing millions of every year with Hybrid, Diesel and electric in all shapes and sizes.

However if is the only thing you do and you produce one with one power train a car like this is not only but exists now and but has been around for a few as well.

The only downside is the which is not ever officially but there won’t be a lot of change out of

I’m afraid it’s the if you want something to do everything your going to have to pay for it. said when you compare it to performance 2 seaters (EG SLK 55 AMG) you wouldn’t get a lot of change out of £60000

In terms of driving, stunning, it it goes and just keeps and going and going before you get to the of far to fast for anyone else’s although you will be smiling. You can it anywhere, Tesla have own charge points and have for a while and they are not more 165 miles apart. It all sounds good sense, no waiting for the to sort out charging points, no for manufactures to work out what to use and you can go 250 miles.

No wonder it commands the that it does. There is really exciting new product from Tesla in the next 2 which will see other getting worried but I’ll let you about that when I get the word.

Infiniti M35H at the EV by Sam Young

Infiniti have only in the UK for a couple of years, although successful in the United States brand of performance handling mated with 3.7 petrol and 3.0 V6 turbo diesels didn’t win the of eco minded and eco walleted uk.

Until With the launch of the M35h have their first car 160 gm/km co2 at 159. So it’s a but when you drive this its more of a getaway from else producing large cars.

The performance is great a big car, it handles like a can out accelerate most things 0-60 time of 5.5 seconds and yet like a refined large car with fuss, no spoilers or big air unlike the Red Bull Racing F1 car Infiniti are major sponsors.

The comes from a 3.5 V6 and an electric power-plant this means around town under the electric motor whispers you then on the open road it between the two dependant on driving This is what gives it its figures of 39.6 combined MPG and 159 co2.

The real party though is in its execution of managing the Hybrids have always had the of not really knowing which bit of the to use in different situations, they need a little think. is something that people just got an accepted as a driving of a hybrid engine as they all suffered from the same regardless of who makes it.

The difference the Infiniti is the power does seem to be seamless giving an smooth ride between the

The bar is changing next year 130co2 being the magic for businesses to hit with their cars and there is more to from this manufacturer, hope the new models are executed as as this one.

Citroen DS5 at the EV Show by Sam Young

Fresh the PSA hybrid paddock is the DS5. the DS range of higher appointed and higher end styling in those the car does not disappoint. Being as an alternative the usual German of A4, 3 series and C class the DS5 has enough style to be a consideration inside and

And with the exit of SAAB could be what the market is

The Hybrid is the top of the power-trains in DS5 with more regular Petrol and variants available. PSA group launched the power-train in Peugeot hybrid last year and are set to it into the 508 range also and on it seems it has everything.

In the DS5 200hp, 4 drive capable, co2 of 99-109 on spec and big enough for a family of and luggage. Sounds almost to to be true.

In the DS5 200hp, 4 wheel capable, co2 of 99-109 depending on and big enough for a family of four and Sounds almost to good to be

There is another figure on which may redress the balance is the price, the hybrid is £6000 than the standard diesel But for every car you have ever rolled in to one is it worth it?

Driving inside the plush cab is a pleasure, there are a couple of French in the plastics departments, not in terms of but in terms of how many different touch plastics can you get in one dashboard? you first drive the car runs in EV mode then as you carry on changes depending on how you drive. You can manually select what you whether it’s Eco, Normal, 4×4 or EV.

Overall the is fine when pottering if you get tempted by the sport setting prepare for a shock. In this you get 200hp, 163 from the diesel and 37 the electric, the issue is the management of the as on top of traditional turbo diesel spikes you then get the electric its bit as well then when you on the diesel engine makes a lot of (because its diesel of course) your not expecting it because the has been so quiet previously.

The is a bit of a muddle when pushed when driving more it all calms down again to be the nice car it looks and feels

Renault Twizy at the EV Show by Sam

“Electric for the people” could been the cry from Renault this vehicle. The 4 wheel (not a car) is around plus £40 per month for the It is the most affordable way of having an vehicle.

It can carry 2 passengers and has a if you want doors you go to the next up (remember its not a car) if you want on the doors, you cant (again not a

The performance is good for urban 40 mile range, 45mph top quick enough off the line and wheel drive so really so as a second around town vehicle perfect.

On the drive it had raining so on a wet track I got wet with a of windows and sealed doors but was smiling as the drivability is really fun for such a low speed vehicle, the however you must be wary of are not powered brakes, this as hard as you put your foot on the is as fast as you stop there is no no brake assist not even a assistance to the brakes literally you and this is even more when you carrying the extra of a passenger. But then again not a car it’s a four wheel bike.

The future for this be good for Renault, the interest is and the looks futuristic not normal some of the other electric on the road and this is the appeal.

If you children under the age of 10 my prediction is this kind of vehicle is first vehicle they drive and I think there be other manufacturers looking at and other versions over the couple of years.

Vauxhall Ampera at the EV Show by Sam

There has been a lot of talk this car, this is the car will change Electric driving and ownership, this is the car will save General This is the Electric car that can do 300 (Although with the help of a engine so does that it electric or Hybrid?) And it looks ok as

Lots of statement and questions the big one if it’s not Hybrid or only what is it?

Well the difference this and Hybrid is that the never technically powers the the engine powers a generator and turns the wheels, the same is also powered by a bank of and conversely the generator can also the batteries back up. The result is is called a range extending vehicle.

Sounds complicated, it is. The news though is that it and works really well no switch issues, no lag in performance, the to charge every night if you around town all week when you go away just add unleaded and your ready for a 300 round trip.

Price its quite serious £37500 is the point for the Ampera with model £2000 more. The version is about £1200 though. You do get the government £5000 though which does that price but don’t any deals like you would get other Vauxhall or Chevrolets.

car cost millions and millions at and development and for good reason have produced a practical vehicle that has no range like all of the other current models out there.

There is one fear with this because of the rate of development of kind of technology how long are we from a pure electric 300 range car (see Tesla which will see this car

For now though it is the best option out

The New Audi A6 2.0 TDi 143 SE Saloon by Sam Young

Had the of a couple of hours with the new A6 last week. This was a 2.0 TDI 143 SE Saloon.

That is the last I mention standard in this

I had to keep making sure as I was the keys that this was a sorry regular car with no This is because on revamping the A6 have decided to spec cars more than before.

The key points that I was at were Leather, keyless (although not keyless entry) and colour navigation,Bluetooth is an expected for this kind of car along the usual electricals (one elec windows, elec mirrors etc).

So we have a premium brand saloon an economical diesel engine full Leather, Navigation and dream surely?

From the it looks like the car wasdesigned to back as the designing is almost at the front end with good lines that flow the sides and then quite a rear end. Don’t if because the rest of it looks so that the rear disappoints or if it disappoints.

Inside nicely out and no more red digital displays always used to remind of off the 80’s. Now white Led displays and take over and as the Nav appears the dash, like a Bond you are ready to go.

The seats, did I mention were leather, are definite style with not a great of shape which can have you a little when cornering but enough on a stan regular

The engine was the trusty 143 unit have used for a while and is as OK here, good on fuel Ok on Audi are going to be launching a of new engines in the first part of year which will better co2 credentials this on top of the masterstroke of the new 3.0 TDI Auto which emits 139co2. So the engine will bevery strong.

Not wrong with this car the aspirational S-line comes the styling tweeks and changes to the and brakes and upgrade sport and S-line badges aplenty but I this SE model based on value on paper is a good Unless you’re a die hard S line fan I think most go for the Standard car.

BMW 520 Efficient by Sam Young

So have BMW done it The new 5 series with an Efficient badge. Well the figures do up.

119 Co2 (under the magic 120 for BIK)

184 BHP

62 mph in 8.2 seconds

Combined MPG of 62.8 to government test)

On the face of it the is yes they have again the boundaries with another eco but useable saloon car. trim is very nice to: alloys, keyless start, front and rear, auto cruise control with leather trim, Bluetooth and just the highlights.

So hang on, is a BMW with standard equipment as as your arm holding a broom? The that I still hear talk about “ you to pay for a radio and if your lucky you get 4 wheels”.

Yes it is. On the face of it this car a lot of boxes, similar to all those ticked by the 3 series but bigger and more specification and similar co2 and mpg but this does come a bigger price tag.

compared to its competition the more you pay for carthe more you will on the other aspects of running it. Benefit In Kind taxation and national insurance contribution. is a similar situation that have had with the new Passat.

expensive car but offset with all running costs being

To drive it is very comfortable. might say a bit too comfortable and not dynamic but with the joy of a button you can changethat. different modes. Sport, and Eco pro.

Sport and comfort speak for selves, changes to the throttle and fuel intake and suspension and of steering but what of EcoPro. mode really tones right down to essentially you maximum fuel efficiency and then tell you how many of fuel you are gaining by driving it in way. I gained 2.7 miles in a 9 section driving this

So three cars in one WOW! I’m not sure. I think is the only area where the brother beats its big one. The 3 did it without having to change so you could be cruising along 65-70 mpg then if you need down and shoot past quick instinctively without you could.

To do that in this car you to set the car up first which you wouldn’t have time to do in road situations.

It would be interesting to get on term as I think what happen is you would drive it in most of the time, then if you fancied something a bit more and when the low fuel warning came on you would use eco pro to get you home.

sound great but not sure if the MPG figures would be asclose to the driving like this. So it end up being a bit disappointing on this

All that being said you have to pay a bit more it is very spec’d, a great size just smaller than a 7 and on paper has great figures. New A6 and E are due for a more eco engines early year but yet again BMW are first to the

Range Rover Evoque SD4 190 by Sam

The Reason for the short test is due to the massive interest in this My local dealer is currently at least 5 test drives per day this car instead of an average of 10 a week across the whole range.

I managed to get one for a few hours.Initial is that the car is not a s big as it looks in the photos.Land have done a very job in designing a car that looks thanit is. Its competitors in the market Q5, BMW X3) are all bigger. The Size is much like a Qashqai.

But that’s the similarity.

The fit and finish of the car is every bit Rover. There was not a place I spied some cost at all. I drove the coupe of the SD4 190 4×4 manual in Prestige There arethree trim

Pure is the start then is a split between Dynamic and prestige (luxury). There is to no price difference between and Prestige they are just at different markets.

Engines are 3 diesels, a 2wd 150BHP, 4 wheel 150 BHP and a 4 wheel drive 190 BHP with available onboth the 4×4 trains. Petrol is only in the model with a 240bhp engine.

The business sellers be the diesel manual as all of these under 150 co2 even in 4×4 With spec onthe including Leather and Bluetooth as the Dynamic and Prestigewill be for people really want those with the majority going with or without Tech which gives you Navigation and of other tech goodies.

It really well not bouncy, not just very well for urban use and although we didn’t it off road it’s equally at The 190 engine has plenty of power and take off due to the 4×4 set up and the gearbox is a shift, even sporty.

So the the downside to all this?There is at the moment a 5 to 6 lead time for one of these and of demand that is not likely to get any for a while. Also a little bit of from potential customers about the previous generation and think that its terrible on co2 and This is the first of a new generation for brand with their vehicles getting a serious eco over the next 12 months.

So get orders in early. This is a strong car to lease at the moment due to the residual values and we have great rates on this

BMW 320 Efficient Dynamics by Sam Young

Term Test BMW 320 Efficient saloon. Just given a BMW 320D Efficient Dynamics a year.

This car not only the goal posts but got on a plane to another planet introduced it to the locals and re-invented the low co2 car game!

was due to its on paper performance figures, g/km, 163 Bhp, 0-62 in 8.0 and all this in an exec saloon. You may all this already because the eco and motoring world has been about it. But what is it actually to live with.

To look at it looks a bit sportier than the SE model of which it is spec as. is due to smaller 16inch Streamline wheels. Only 16inch I hear you cry. Yep, the car runs on a lower chassis to drag so it does not look out of

Inside it is very BMW sensible but not short on spec for a standard car Auto dimming rear mirror, Rear parking Professional CD Radio and Dual control all as standard.

The Drive

is where the car shines. Rear drive more torque the regular 2.0 D which has 184 bhp means it can be a lazy manual to drive and has pick up for over taking.

Due to BMW have done with the and clutch you can drive it very at 1200 rpm the only issue is your brain that you do not to have it at 1800 to 2200

The other thing to tell brain is that when you are in and you take your foot off the the stop start cuts in and the engine off. It will again. Its not broken. This a big difference to urban driving. In the when it does not work as I lost about 6-7 mpg just of it not stopping and starting.

You can de-activate the if you do not trust it just do not expect the car to do as on fuel as it can.

The Fuel.

All test their vehicles to a test for publishing mpg figures. rarely happens in the real and we only use it as comparison. This car was at a 1000 miles per month mostly urban use at 49.2 For this kind of car that is else!

Also it is not a car you particularly to drive ultra carefully to get figure either, just get to the start stop, used to at 1200 rpm most of the time and is it.

So what is wrong with it?


much. It is very sedate and in looks so does not stand out that is personal taste of you want to stand out or not. are an awful lot of them on the road in this model now. The news is there is a shiny new one out next year with the statistics but different look if you something different.

If I were to be picky the car does not stick to the as well as the regular 320D SE or due to low rolling resistance tyres of regular and if it snows leave it at

This is a car that ticks boxes than any other, for the planet, good for the wallet, for the image and good to drive. they invent a 4×4 that you can put 12 kids in, which on sea water, that does 60 in 3 then there will need to be another car again. that day comes though is quite a good bet.

Astra 1.7CDTi Ecoflex by Danny Lee

At first glance the new (seat Leon look-a-like) is a breath of fresh air compared to the estate agent pretending he is an unmarked police panda 5 version with all new chassis, and sleek dash board the gear change is a vast you do not feel like the stick is to come off in your hand as you try one of those poorly radioed

The model GKL has had the fortune of reviewing was the 1 .7 16v ECOFLEX (110) EXCLUSIV satellite navigation, Bluetooth and sensors and with a top speed of (cough cough) a fuel of 68.80mpg is starting to make car quite an attractive competitor but lets not get carried away the price is still over and you do not get alloy wheels which comparing it with the Volkswagen Match you can spend a couple of pounds more and get a far better car with alloy wheels.

So to sum up the Astra, the new generation, it is far better its predecessor, handles and drives and is spacious although coming from a long journey my back but that is just me over fussy. It is going to be a used budget medium car after our friends at the big rental which I am sure I am not aloud to but they are very enterprising and flooded the market with test driven vehicles. So we have it my view on the new Vauxhall not all negative I think the Astra has really good points would surprise my colleague the west country who says I if it is not German it is not any good.

Would I up my love for the VW Golf for a Vauxhall NO Chance!

BMW 520D SE by Tim Norton

I was excited when this car 184 bhp, 58 mpg and 129Co2, sounds too to be true. 1200 miles and I have to say the car has exceeded all my expectations than probably due to my heavy foot it only averages at mpg.

With Bluetooth and trim as standard this car raises the bar for standard specification, the I means you can operate your safely, it also has a complete handbook which you can view on the I This has proved to be a real as my 3 year old son loves to press button in the car and I have to re set everything he has gone to bed. The boot is certainly big enough for most although probably not the Lee family all their junk!

I must that having a new car can make you paranoid and I find myself checking on the car, parking away from anyone The first weekend I had it I made my walk an extra half because I would not park the Marks and Spencer door crowd, maybe I just to accept I am getting old, how are those tartan rugs days? To conclude this is an car that does everything and than I need and until it I would recommend it to anyone.

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