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Hatchback bodystyle increases the practicality of the ever-popular Lancer, yet it falls behind the pack dynamically.
Most powerful Turbo ever gets flappy paddles and a double-clutch ’box. The most useable supercar ever?
Not spectacular, but everything is done well, from the design to the drive. So much better than the old version.
Decent if forgettable crossover distinguishes itself from rivals through seven-seat option and strong economy.
New direct injection V6 gives a much-appreciated power increase, and also helps at the pumps. Interior still not great, though.
Small car with enough room for larger people. The Jazz beats public transport, as well as a number of its competitors.
The twin clutch gearbox finally makes it onto the FQ330. It doesn’t transform the FQ, but the SST does suit it more.
A very nice car, but not actually the hot hatch it pretends to be. And deceit is really quite a bad thing.
The closest thing to guilt-free motoring this side of a hydrogen-powered moped. All good.
Nothing touches it for all-round performance at the price. Utterly sensational car, and well-equipped too.
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