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Month: March 2017

2017 Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 Review

The Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 is the result of a collaboration between Isuzu and Icelandic firm, Arctic Trucks – combining 125 years of engineering expertise. Arctic Trucks reimagined the pick-up, making it more tough and agile to deal with the harshest of terrains while still maintaining the slight comfort you’d expect from an Isuzu. Exterior: From a first glimpse at the AT35, you will notice that it sits taller and wider than most pick-up trucks on the UK roads and looks like it is ready to deal with anything you throw at it. Some of the many additions...

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2017 Mazda3 2.0 Sport Nav Review

When the new Mazda3 was launched, it offered the model’s first proper facelift in a long time. The result is a sleeker, sportier look, with premium upgrades that bring it into an upscale space within the competitive hatchback market. These luxury additions take the car way above the rivals in its price range, giving you more bang for your buck. Exterior: The hatchback edition of the Mazda3 looks purposeful with a powerful front end, dynamic lines and an expressive design that oozes with intent. It came in the Crystal White Pearl colour that makes it stick out from the...

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2016 Subaru XV Review

Subaru was late to the crossover market when it launched the XV in 2012 and so far it has failed to make a splash. Now, crossovers are more popular than ever in the thriving British car market, so how will the Impreza-derived XV fair with a larger demographic? Interior: The first thing that you notice when you enter the XV is the strikingly familiar cabin. This is because it is a very toned down version of the Impreza’s interior, with all the sporty bells and whistles taken away in favour of hard plastics and faux aluminium trim. However, the...

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Fiat is celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of 500 in Geneva with an exclusive limited number special series

At the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show, the Fiat brand will be showing its two identities, both of which stand side-by-side, forming part of an increasingly wide and complete range. The two worlds that characterise the brand, the functional and the emotional, are evoked by the symbolism of the stand and, in a practical sense, by the vehicles exhibited. In 2017, FCA will be celebrating the sixtieth birthday of the iconic 500: the star of the show will be the special limited edition to mark the 60th anniversary, which will feature an exclusive look and unique contents including new...

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