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Top Gear’s WTF Car? Awards

  1. MG TF

    ‘It costs £16.5k. A last-gen TF can be had for £4k. Do they think we’re stupid?’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote MG TF

  2. Chrylser Sebring cabrio

    ‘It drives like a boat and is flimsier than a bog roll holder…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Chrysler Sebring

  3. Ssangyong Rodius

    ‘Like the result of a genetic experiment by a blind, fingerless, sadistic scientist…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Ssangyong Rodius

  4. Citroen C3 Pluriel Charleston

    ‘Like an original 2CV Charleston, minus the charm…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Citroen C3 Pluriel Charleston

  5. Honda RA108

    ‘Cheers, RA108. You were ultimately a black hole that produced nothing…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Honda RA108

  6. BMW X6

    ‘It’s two fingers to practicality, the environment, poor people and rationality…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote BMW X6

  7. Chevrolet Aveo

    ‘If Fiesta is the iPhone of ‘minis, Aveo is a pair of polystyrene cups and a shoelace…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Chevrolet Aveo

  8. Mercedes CLC

    ‘The awful SportsCoupe of yesteryear, cynically tarted up to fall in line…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Mercedes CLC

  9. Maybach Laundelet

    ‘The Maybach Landaulet is the height of all that’s wrong with money…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Maybach Landaulet

  10. Jeep Compass

    ‘A brilliant symbol of Jeep’s disintegration into failure…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Jeep Compass

  11. Fiat Qubo

    ‘Fiat re-invents the box by making it massively less useful…’ Should this car be our WTF? Awards overall winner? Vote Fiat Qubo

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