Autocar magazine 27 The month of january – out now
Autocar magazine’s 27 The month of january concern is now on purchase. We tell you its contents below.
We pit three from the UK’s best-selling SUVs against one another to determine what one deserves the category crown, sample Alfa Romeo’s new 4C Spider and obtain an initial taste of Porsche’s updated 911 Turbo S. We check out Vauxhall-Opel’s striking GT Concept and look at the brand new four-pot Porsche 718 Boxster.
Plus we learn how much all of the recent floods are costing britain’s motorists and ponder how important Toyota’s hydrogen-powered Mirai would be to the way forward for motoring.
And in this problem:
Smart Fortwo Cabrio – Two-seat, rear-engined city vehicle launches having a folding fabric roof. A cool choice without doubt, but could it be an authentic rival for the kind of the Fiat 500 Convertible?
Infiniti Q30 2.2d AWD – We sample the Hyundai’s Q30 in four-wheel-drive diesel spec to determine how it’ll endure lots of competition in the Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series.
Toyota RAV4 Hybrid – The RAV4 returns having a mild facelift and optional hybrid drive. Efficiency expires but, due to individuals batteries, boot space is lower.
Ford’s secret GT bunker – We mind subterranean to Ford’s once-secret GT basement studio, and examine the prototype designs that gave influence towards the final product.
Our lengthy term test cars:
The Autocar test team returns using the latest on the Volvo XC90, Skoda Fabia, Bentley Continental GT, Honda Social Type R, Audi A4, Ford Mondeo, Mazda MX-5 and Lexus NX300h.
Enticed with a used performance Subaru? We trawl the 2nd hands market and report on their behavior using the going rates in our favourite models, plus we consider which of today’s new cars get the best used buys.
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