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Christmas is officially here, and of course we know that because of the fantastic Coca-Cola truck advert gracing our screens. It's also the last issue of Diesel Car published during 2012, and it's an absolute corker. This issue, we're testing some of the cars that will take the market by storm when they arrive next year, including the new SEAT Leon, affordable Dacia Sandero, facelifted Ford Fiesta and the first diesel product from new MG, the 6 dTi. And there's more, we also get behind the wheel of the facelifted BMW 7 Series, the new Audi A3 Sportback and drive the Ford B-MAX on UK roads for the first time.
A pair of rugged, rough and tough pick-ups go head to head this issue – the Isuzu D-Max meets the Toyota Hilux. Which one is victorious? We also test the facelifted Hyundai i20, Kia cee'd Sportswagon and Jaguar XF – now with stop-start technology and an eight-speed automatic transmission. We take a look at Volkswagen's free-wheeling system on its latest DSG twin-clutch automatic transmissions and appraise what's involved in getting your car back working again after a misfuelling accident. We also examine Jaguar's new speedboat concept, designed by design legend Ian Callum, and learn all about the different crash barriers used on our countries roads. This month's used car buyers guide subject is the Volkswagen Scirocco, and in Eco Car we test the sharper looking Toyota Auris Hybrid, the BMW ActiveHybrid 7 and drive the Toyota Prius+ for the first time on this country's roads.
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306 Christmas is officially here, and of course we know that because of the fantastic Coca-Cola truck advert gracing our screens. It's also the last issue of Diesel Car published during 2012, and it's an absolute corker. This issue, we're testing some of the cars that will take the market by storm when they arrive next year, including the new SEAT Leon, affordable Dacia Sandero, facelifted Ford Fiesta and the first diesel product from new MG, the 6 dTi. And there's more, we also get behind the wheel of the facelifted BMW 7 Series, the new Audi A3 Sportback and drive the Ford B-MAX on UK roads for the first time. A pair of rugged, rough and tough pick-ups go head to head this issue – the Isuzu D-Max meets the Toyota Hilux. Which one is victorious? We also test the facelifted Hyundai i20, Kia cee'd Sportswagon and Jaguar XF – now with stop-start technology and an eight-speed automatic transmission. We take a look at Volkswagen's free-wheeling system on its latest DSG twin-clutch automatic transmissions and appraise what's involved in getting your car back working again after a misfuelling accident. We also examine Jaguar's new speedboat concept, designed by design legend Ian Callum, and learn all about the different crash barriers used on our countries roads. This month's used car buyers guide subject is the Volkswagen Scirocco, and in Eco Car we test the sharper looking Toyota Auris Hybrid, the BMW ActiveHybrid 7 and drive the Toyota Prius+ for the first time on this country's roads.


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Christmas is officially here, and of course we know that because of the fantastic Coca-Cola truck advert gracing our screens. It's also the last issue of Diesel Car published during 2012, and it's an absolute corker. This issue, we're testing some of the cars that will take the market by storm when they arrive next year, including the new SEAT Leon, affordable Dacia Sandero, facelifted Ford Fiesta and the first diesel product from new MG, the 6 dTi. And there's more, we also get behind the wheel of the facelifted BMW 7 Series, the new Audi A3 Sportback and drive the Ford B-MAX on UK roads for the first time.
A pair of rugged, rough and tough pick-ups go head to head this issue – the Isuzu D-Max meets the Toyota Hilux. Which one is victorious? We also test the facelifted Hyundai i20, Kia cee'd Sportswagon and Jaguar XF – now with stop-start technology and an eight-speed automatic transmission. We take a look at Volkswagen's free-wheeling system on its latest DSG twin-clutch automatic transmissions and appraise what's involved in getting your car back working again after a misfuelling accident. We also examine Jaguar's new speedboat concept, designed by design legend Ian Callum, and learn all about the different crash barriers used on our countries roads. This month's used car buyers guide subject is the Volkswagen Scirocco, and in Eco Car we test the sharper looking Toyota Auris Hybrid, the BMW ActiveHybrid 7 and drive the Toyota Prius+ for the first time on this country's roads.
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