Thursday, 24 April 2014
Mini MINI
Mini MINI
Car review | What if the MINI was a person? The MINI is from 1959, so it's coming of age. If the MINI was a person, he would have grey hair by now but still manage to tie it in a ponytail. He would still wear a denim jacket, but at the same time carry the latest smartphone. Meet the fourth generation of the car that's forever young: the MINI. >>
 
Vauxhall Meriva

First impression | The Vauxhall Meriva was launched in the spring of 2010. Compared to other family cars, the Meriva distinguished itself by offering a more flexible use of the available cabin space. Also, road handling and technology were above average. Yet, its rivals kept improving their vehicles, so now the Meriva was ready for a facelift.
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Nissan Qashqai

Car review | Suddenly, everything changed. In 2007 mid-sized cars with a mid-sized price tag all looked about the same. However, the Nissan Qashqai changed this in a radical way. The Qashqai offered more space, the tough looks of an SUV, but still the same price tag as the average masses. Now Nissan introduces the all-new Qashqai. Will it cause a revolution once ...
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Mazda Museum

Motor museum | It is fascinating to see how a large company can change a town. Mazda's head office is located in the Japanese town of Hiroshima. Even when closing in on the town Mazda cars dominate traffic. Almost every taxi is a Mazda. There's even a Mazda hospital. It's obvious who sponsors the "Zoom Zoom" stadium. In other words: this is the ideal location to investigate ...
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