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NISSAN NAVARA NP300 - NISSAN PICKS UP THE PACE

The Navara has long been a key player for Nissan in the popular pick-up sector, especially since the second generation truck debuted in 2004. Time has moved on however and with renewed competition from the likes of Mitsubishi and Ford, it was time for a major overhaul. The NP300 is the result.

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VOLVO V40 R-DESIGN - BETTER BY DESIGN?

In the improved V40 premium compact hatch, Volvo has at last produced a properly sporty car. Specify it in R-Design trim and it can look exactly that. Jonathan Crouch reports

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VOLVO V40 T2 - T2: JUDGEMENT DAY

Volvo's sleek V40 is now more affordable than ever when teamed with the brand's 'Drive-E' T2 petrol engines. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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VOLVO V40 CROSS COUNTRY - CROSS DRESSER

Volvo's handsome V40 is even better looking in revised Cross Country guise. Just make sure you know what you're getting. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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VOLVO V40 - VICTORY V?

Volvo's five-door V40 has proved to be a credible entrant in the premium compact hatch sector against cars like BMW's 1 Series and Audi's A3. Now it's been facelifted and made even more efficient. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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VOLVO S60 D2 - VOLVO'S ECO DRIVE

The Volvo S60 never needs too much incentivisation but coupling it with minuscule running costs can't fail to appeal. Jonathan Crouch reports on the entry-level D2 diesel variant.

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VOLKSWAGEN UP! - GET ON UP!

With the improved up!, Volkswagen can offer citycar buyers a very competitive proposition indeed. Jonathan Crouch checks it out

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VOLKSWAGEN GOLF R CABRIOLET - SIX PACKED

The Golf Mk VI bows out with a barnstorming 261bhp open-top model. But can it justify its enormous price tag? Jonathan Crouch reports.

 

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