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Month: October 2016

2016 Citroen C1 Furio Review

The Citroen C1 Furio is aimed at bringing young drivers a sporty looking car at a reasonable price. Despite lacking performance power, it remains the perfect city car and with an on the road price of £10,855, this car is both affordable and fun. ExteriorInteriorPerformanceTechnology The Furio’s visual additions conjure up racing images with 15inch black alloys, red wing mirrors and black stripes on the rear quarter of the car providing contrast to the Lipizzan White paint. Citroen are definitely selling the new C1 on its updated sporty look, and with the addition of both a spoiler and a...

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2016 Jaguar XF R-Sport Review

The Jaguar XF R-Sport is the British brand’s latest entry into the executive saloon market and attempts to bring you luxury, refinement, impressive handling and performance as well as fuel efficiency. It competes directly with the BMW M Series, Mercedes E-Class and Audi A6 so we decided to find out how it stacked up in such a competitive market. ExteriorInteriorPerformanceTechnology The distinctive Jaguar badge automatically conjures up images of beauty, while the Italian racing red brings out the character of the car. Up front, its confident front grille and power bulge on the bonnet proudly shows off the car’s...

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2016 Land Rover Discovery Sport Review

The Land Rover Discovery Sport replaces the beloved Freelander as the second smallest in the range, bringing up the luxury level of the family-sized SUV. This has proved incredibly successful as it is just as popular as its predecessor showcasing its sporty design and smooth driving experience. This model is priced at £43,400 which competes well with its competitors, only being beaten by the Lexus NX. ExteriorInteriorPerformanceTechnology The Discovery Sport HSE Luxury has a clean, modern design and the test model’s stunning Loire Blue colour is impressive. The striking 20inch alloys have a truly distinctive design and enhance the...

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2016 Jeep Cherokee Review

ExteriorInteriorPerformanceTechnology Everyone has heard of or seen the Jeep Cherokee since its launch in 1986 but now that familiar face has changed with the new 2016 model. The rugged looks are gone as the SUV market moves towards more car influenced designs but the Cherokee still manages to keep some of its rugged driving experience. The Cherokee has always been popular with families as it provides the perceived safety of a higher ride height and practicality with lots of space available. The 2016 model, however, has lost some of that space and the back seats leave little leg room...

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2016 Infiniti Q30 Sport Review

The 2016 Infiniti Q30 Sport is a practical, premium hatchback and a very good competitor to the BMW and Mercedes equivalents. However, it does fall short in some aspects and fails to pose any serious threat to its competitors. ExteriorInteriorPerformanceTechnology With a beefed up grille and 19.5-inch black alloys, Infiniti has stepped up the luxury level on this premium hatchback. The swooping curves and angular creases help the Q30 Sport stand out from its rivals making for unique and distinctive styling. Despite the smoother design, the sweeping and human eye inspired headlights are still present from the remainder of...

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