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New look for Toyota GT86

Toyota will launch a facelifted version of its GT86 sports car at the New York Auto Show on 23rd March. The car, which is built in a joint programme with Subaru, gains exterior, interior and chassis upgrades. Visually, the 2017 GT86 can be distinguished by a larger central air intake which – according to Toyota – emphasises the low, wide look of the coupé. The front bumper is restyled, as are the ...

Geneva – Toyota goes bold with C-HR

Toyota Concepts at the 2014 Paris and 2015 Frankfurt shows pointed towards a new crossover to rival Nissan’s Juke, and the production C-HR.

Geneva – Three MPVs of a kind

Citroën, Peugeot and Toyota all debut new people carriers. All three are based upon their van counterparts, as a result of a joint brand programme.

Toyota Auris review

The Toyota Auris does not compare with the Ford Focus or new Vauxhall Astra, but it will continue to do well on dependability and value for money.

Postcard from Le Mans – the Pistonheads experience

Yet again, the 24 Heures du Mans has been run and won, and as always it was a fabulous motorsport occasion that every racing fan should experience at least once. The only problem being that once you've been once, you'll want to keep going back...

Vehicle recall – two words which strike fear into every car owner

A recall occurs when a manufacturer (or higher authority) determines that a particular car has a safety-related defect or does not comply with a legislated safety standard. So why does this happen?

Motoring wishlist: the new cars you’ll want in 2015

Sizzling sports cars, saloons, superminis or SUVs – whatever your preferred shape of car, 2015 promises to be a belter. This article by Jennings Ford Direct looks at some highlights (sponsored post)

The Top 10 concept cars of 2014 – Part Two

In the second part of our Top Ten Concept Cars feature, The Car Expert highlights the Final Five concepts, representing the very best automotive showstoppers of 2014.

Toyota Yaris review

The heavily-revised Toyota Yaris supermini is a major improvement, with much more style than its predecessor.

Green technologies in new cars

With more car makers producing green vehicles, expect to see more hybrids, renewable energy and some potentially game-changing technology.

Who makes the most reliable engines?

Figures released by a consumer warranty company show that some famous-name car brands make some of the least reliable engines on the market.

Five of the top cars from the 2014 Detroit Auto Show

2014 was a vintage year for the Detroit Auto Show, and far more upbeat than previous years as the US car industry continues to recover from the recession. Louise Haines looks at 5 of the best concept and new production cars to be revealed at this year's show.

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