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Honda Civic Type R
Sep21

Honda Civic Type R

Suzanne Keane checks out the new Red Hot Honda Civic Type R  What is it? The new Type R Civic from Honda is officially the fastest front wheel drive hatchback as proven on the Nurburgring. Pushing 320bhp through the front wheels it has a top speed of 272kmph and will do 0-100kmph in just 5.8 seconds. This is the car that every girl (and boy) racer dreams of. Who is it aimed at? The Type R is aimed at real petrol heads. Other “hot...

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Autumn Car Care tips
Aug23

Autumn Car Care tips

  Unfortunately summer seems to be quickly coming to an end and it’s almost time to switch the heating back on but is your car prepared for the sudden change in conditions? We have some Autumn Car Care tips writes Suzanne Keane 1. Lights With long evenings we don’t need to rely on our headlights as much to see where we’re going (although you should always keep them turned on for safety). Check that all your...

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Citroen C4 Cactus FEEL Puretech 110
Aug21

Citroen C4 Cactus FEEL Puretech 110

Citroen’s C4 Cactus has lost some of its wacky styling but has it lost any of its appeal asks Suzanne Keane What is it? Citroën’s previous C4 Cactus launched back in 2014 with wacky styling, mostly attributed to the airbumps down the sides to eliminate car park dents and scratches. Now it’s back, keeping some of the cheeky look with a more sophisticated feel. Who is it aimed at? Aimed at those looking for a smaller family car...

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Review: Concord Reverso Plus
Aug13

Review: Concord Reverso Plus

Suzanne Keane trys out the Concord Reverso Plus What is it? Concord have been making child seats for the past 40 years so they should know a thing or two about creating functional quality safety products.  The previous model Reverso was best known for its ability to seat children up to 23kg using isofix – most isofix seats are just rated to 18kg and the new Concord Reverso Plus follows on with this innovative lightweight design but...

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Thinking of buying a van?
Aug07

Thinking of buying a van?

    Thinking of buying a Van? Here are some ‘Van Buying Tips’ that you should bear in mind writes Suzanne Keane         Size – Overloading is both dangerous and illegal so work out the size of van you need. A good rule of thumb is to add 15 per cent more than you think you will need. Space – What will you be carrying regularly and what is the biggest load you are likely to need to transport...

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