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2014's best cars: part 2

David Thomson and Richard Bosselman conclude their review of cars that made a real impression last year by picking their SUV and sports car favourites, as well as an overall winner.

Manual Mazda hatch maintains high standard

Manual Mazda hatch maintains high standard

The new Mazda 3 - confirmed on Thursday night as New Zealand's 2014 car of the year - has already impressed Drivesouth this year, when tested in both 2.0-litre and 2.5-litre automatic four-door guise. Now the manual SP25 five-door hatchback has also passed through our hands.

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BMW 25d X5 an accomplished performer
Yaris face freshened for European tastes
Nissan's new Qashqai - the urban experience and more
Holden Colorado a quieter achiever

Holden Colorado a quieter achiever

Another year, another ''new'' Holden Colorado. Well, sort of.

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Holden crossover right back on Trax
Beautiful new beasts do BMW badge justice
Porsche spices up off-road offerings
The best cars from 2014, part 1

The best cars from 2014, part 1

David Thomson and Richard Bosselman ease into 2015 by looking back at the cars from the year just past that left a real impression. They start in this issue with small, medium, large and luxury cars.more >
Classic bike donated for charity auction
Vehicle sales boom continues
Teenager racing to promising future
Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

There is little reason to change a winning formula if the latest version of the top-selling Suzuki Swift is any indication.

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Kia surprises with concept CUB
Kia raises bar with new Sorento
Subaru launches 2013 Legacy, Outback
Pocket rockets make NZ debut

Pocket rockets make NZ debut

Highlands Motorsport Park will be buzzing to the tune of more than 40 pocket rockets as the popular Aussie Racing Cars (ARC) make their New Zealand debut at January's classic race meeting.

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Bamber proud to be `flying the Kiwi flag'
F1's Bianchi out of artificial coma
Hamilton closer to title after US GP win
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