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Give the DS5 a chance

Citroen is looking to do something a bit different with the DS brand. It’s trying to spin it off as a standalone entity, separating it from the Citroen badge entirely in the minds of customers. This is easier said than done.

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Think outside the box with Renault Kadjar

The Renault Kadjar has proved to be a strong proposition for Renault in the family crossover market, firing a broadside at the likes of the Mazda CX-5, the Volkswagen Tiguan and the Hyundai Tucson.

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New BMW means business

The seventh-generation BMW 5 Series claims to be significantly lighter, safer, quieter and more efficient than ever before.

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Sleek new SUV

YourCar casts its eye over the second generation of Peugeot’s compact 3008 SUV

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Be tempted with Audi’s premium hatchback

Back in 2010, the original version of Audi’s A5 Sportback was the first hatchback in the compact executive segment, the area of the market dominated by models like Audi’s A4, BMW’s 3 Series and the Mercedes C-Class.

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Three men in a Skoda on epic road trip

When childhood friends Ally Anderson, Liam Macintyre, and Chris Houston met for a drink, they didn’t bank on agreeing to drive 10,000 miles across dangerous terrain in a £600 Skoda Fabia.

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City drive with Kia

Kia is set to reveal its new Picanto city car after showing off a series of design sketches. The Picanto ranks among Kia’s most popular models, and the forthcoming iteration will be the third since the name was introduced in 2004.

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Seeing red with Toyota

Toyota has revealed a new paint colour option for its Yaris and Avensis models. The pearlescent Tokyo Red is now available as a £750 option on Yaris models and a £795 option on the Avensis, placing it among the most expensive paint jobs offered by the brand. For Yaris customers, the shade can be specified as a full-body colour or as part of a bi-tone paint scheme. No matter which option is chosen, Tokyo Red is teamed with contrasting metallic black paint on the roof, front pillars, upper front wing sections and leading bonnet edge. The door mirror casings are also in black. The Yaris is Toyota’s top-selling model in the UK, and the new colour is available on variants fitted with petrol, diesel or hybrid engines and one of three equipment grades – Icon, Design and Excel.

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