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Written on: 02/03/2014 by John Thompson (38 reviews written)
The E Class has become somewhat of a legend over the last couple of decades, as a Luxury car, a Taxi, the Epitome of practicality and Longevity, but ignoring the history, these latest E Class models from mid 2013 onwards are a little bit different. For starters, this is the basic model from a two car lineup (Plus the AMG E63 of course!) yet it has a lovely list of standard goodies, including: Heated Leather Seats Voice activated COMAND Navigation and Infotainment centre Parking sensors… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/02/2014 by glenc (309 reviews written)
I was looking at various mid-sized SUV's - comparing with the likes of the Audi Q5 and the Honda CRV I hadn't considered Volvo - the brand just didn't resonate with me - however, a friend had one so I thought I'd take a look. I was really impressed. It was on a par with the Audi Q5 in terms of quality of finish - possibly a little nicer actually. The interior was certainly nicer, with the floating dashboard which is quite a striking feature. It drove similar to the Q5, maybe the Q5… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2013
Bought this vehicle new in September 2012 and sold it after 10 months. Fuel consumption is pathetic for a modern diesel DPF regenerations occurred every 500 miles during which engine ran rough and impossible to get a smooth gear change from 1st to 2nd gear. Spoke to VX on numerous occasions and they just passed this off as being normal. Started having problems whilst moving off from rest, this started with around 3,000 miles on the clock. Strange noises coming from gearbox area which to… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2014
With some reservations, I evaluated the MG3 intent on retaining an unbiased approach. After quite a few test miles it became apparent that this was something of a serious contender in the 'supermini' class. The build quality is simply superb, fit and finishes on the body tub are up with the best in class. The overall concept is well thought out so that whilst staying within the supermini brief the (British) designers have managed to give the buyer all that is expected. Back seats are superb… Read Full Review
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