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High refinement in Mercedes CDI

Devotees of Mercedes-Benz will be familiar with the CLS. A rakish four-door, coupe-style take on the E-Class saloon, it was launched back in 2004 and a second-generation version appeared in 2010.

Lexus flexes SUV muscles

Lexus flexes SUV muscles

Lexus has filled a vital niche in its line-up with the new NX.  David Thomson puts this new luxury SUV through its paces.

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Toyota's 2WD workhorse gains extra appeal
Manual Mazda hatch maintains high standard
BMW 25d X5 an accomplished performer
Hyundai plays a reprise

Hyundai plays a reprise

Take a letter, add a number, create a cool persona: Alpha-numerics work well for some car companies, BMW being the best example, but not all.more >
Holden Colorado a quieter achiever
Holden crossover right back on Trax
Beautiful new beasts do BMW badge justice
Quinn has high hopes for hillclimb special

Quinn has high hopes for hillclimb special

Wanted: A driver for a lightweight, 850hp (633kW), hillclimb-demolishing car in April's Race to the Sky.more >
Sundstrum Rally gentle challenge for all
Delight as Highlands team backs Race to the Sky
The best cars from 2014, part 1
Paddon prepares for chilly WRC return

Paddon prepares for chilly WRC return

Instead of a baptism by fire, Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon's return to the 2015 World Rally Championship will be on ice and snow as he wrestles with the frozen roads of Rally Sweden this week.

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Pocket rockets make NZ debut
Bamber proud to be `flying the Kiwi flag'
F1's Bianchi out of artificial coma
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
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