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New MG3 2018 review | Auto Express

MG is aiming to crack 10,000 sales in the UK next year, with the firm’s MG3 supermini tasked with delivering some of that volume. This mid-life revamp is intended to kickstart sales, ahead of an all-new version arriving in 2022.

Volkswagen Arteon R-Line long-term test review

The Volkswagen Arteon is a good-looking car that attracts either quiet approval from those who know what it is, or bewildered fascination from those who don’t. Despite bearing a distant resemblance to the CC that unofficially preceded it, the Arteon is a much more dramatic, far more successful design than just about any other previous big VW.

New BMW i8 Roadster 2018 review

BMW has revised its i8 for 2018, introducing an all-new open-top version. The i8 Roadster sits alongside a revised Coupe, losing the latter’s solid roof and back seats, while gaining 60kg and an additional £12,000 on the price. But does that add up to a worthy trade?

New Lexus ES 2018 review

The new Lexus ES marks a fairly radical departure for the Japanese brand in Europe and the UK. It replaces the GS, which tried hard (but ultimately failed) to take on the Germans at their own game: namely, a rear-drive executive saloon. 

Long-term test review: Toyota C-HR Excel

People really don’t like to compromise. But when picking a new car we’re so often forced to choose whether we want style or practicality, performance or low running costs. Budget is a big factor, too; is added kit a bigger boon than a lower list price and reduced monthly payments?

Long-term test review: Audi A7 Sportback

In my first report, where I picked up our Audi A7 Sportback from the dealer, I remarked on how much tech was crammed into the beautifully trimmed cabin. This is the way modern cars are going, with more connectivity and gadgetry – but they’re still cars first and foremost and, for now, still driven by humans. So, bearing that in mind, what’s the A7 like from behind the wheel?